This week, primary pupils from 15 schools across United Learning came together to celebrate their social action initiatives at a special graduation ceremony held at Barclays HQ in Canary Wharf, London.
First launched in 2014, #UnitedApp is an increasingly popular national enterprise competition. In partnership with 7billionideas, it challenges Year 9 students in United Learning schools across the country to generate educational app ideas that could have a global impact. And arguably the most exciting thing about the competition is that the winning team gets to make their app idea a reality.
GB Olympic Gold medallist and England Hockey player Alex Danson visited Greenacre School, in Banstead, Surrey on Saturday 12 November to run a Hockey Workshop for Year 5 girls.
In September 2015, United Learning launched its UnitedApp competition for a second year in partnership with 7billionideas.
Greenacre School is celebrating the best GCSE results for 5 years with 97% of pupils gaining more than 5 GCSEs at A*-C grades (up from 90.5% last year) 44% of grades at A*-A, 73% at A*-B and 95% of grades at A*-C.
Pupils at Greenacre School Junior Department have spent a full week enjoying a variety of activities and learning to celebrate the Spirit of Rio Festival.
The United Learning University Fellowship Programme has welcomed its second cohort of students with a two-day residential in Cambridge.
A group of Year 9 students from Greenacre School for Girls have been crowned champions of United Learning’s national UnitedApp competition for 2016.
Last week, Year 6 pupils across United Learning celebrated graduating from the Group’s Primary Student Leadership Programme.