This week, Swindon pupils and staff have been doing their part to promote the power of sport and raise money for Sport Relief as part of RideABC.
Pupils and staff in Paulsgrove have joined forces this week to promote the power of sport as part of national Sport Relief challenge RideABC.
Later this week, thousands of schoolchildren across Greater Manchester will be supporting two cyclists as they attempt to complete a mammoth bike ride in aid of Sport Relief.
United Learning’s Head of Sport Shaun Dowling and Educational Technologist Bruce Wilson are putting months of training to the test today as they begin the first leg of Ride ABC.
Two primary schools in Paulsgrove are joining forces to promote the power of sport as part of Ride ABC this March.
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.
Last Thursday, as this year’s competitions continue to get underway, the UnitedApp and United Ideas winners for 2017 launched their winning creations.
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, at three events around the country, over 80 pupils from United Learning’s primary academies and prep schools gathered to learn about becoming leaders in their own communities.
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.