This March, United Learning is launching an epic week of fundraising, the main event of which will be Ride ABC: a gruelling 600-mile bike ride from Ashford to Bournemouth to Carlisle.
One of the main challenges of the new GCSE was deciding which tier to enter students into. Looking at the results of the summer 2017 exams suggests that teachers made the right choice between Foundation and Higher for the vast majority of students, but even in the second year of the new specification, the decision is still a tough one for many teachers.
Kate Sharp, Surbiton High School's Head of Examinations, relates her top advice for parents with children awaiting the impending 11+ entrance exams in January.
Year 9 student Courtney from The Regis School has been unveiled as the winner of United Learning’s annual Christmas design competition.
This week over 1,000 students and staff from United Learning schools across the country sang in premiere performances in Southwark Cathedral in London and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
Last week, students across United Learning begun a year-long programme of fascinating talks from experts in fields such as law, neuroscience and public policy.
Eighteen students from six United Learning academies across the country attended their first event of the academic year as part of United Access.
Students and staff at Newstead Wood School are embarking on a new chapter today as the school joins United Learning. The Orpington school, which became an academy in 2011, joins the group of academies and independent schools including Guildford High School, Surbiton High School and Ashford School.
#UnitedApp and #UnitedIDEAS roadshows launch across the Group for the new academic year
The future of an outdoor activity centre in Shoreham has been secured, as a new operator prepares to take over the site.