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William Hulme’s Grammar School celebrates the spirit of Manchester with Cultural Diversity Day
19 July 2017

William Hulme’s Grammar School celebrates the spirit of Manchester with Cultural Diversity Day

Students used music, art, food and drama to bring the spirit of Manchester to life, when William Hulme’s Grammar School (WHGS) staged its own Cultural Diversity Day on Tuesday (11th July.)

Barnsley, Sheffield Park and Springs Academies team up to stage visual spectacular
14 July 2017

Barnsley, Sheffield Park and Springs Academies team up to stage visual spectacular

Barnsley Academy joined together with Sheffield Park and Springs Academies to stage visual spectacular ‘The Journey’ on 5th and 6th July.

Film awards reveal filmmakers of the future
14 July 2017

Film awards reveal filmmakers of the future

United Learning has just announced the winners of its very own Oscars.  The United Learning Film Awards (ULFAs) challenged pupils in both the Group’s primary and secondary schools to make short films as part of the IDeas Festival – a national event for all of the Group’s schools to explore their local, regional and national identities.

Abbey Hey Primary Academy celebrates 80th birthday
13 July 2017

Abbey Hey Primary Academy celebrates 80th birthday

Pupils at Abbey Hey Primary Academy have been turning back time this week as part of the school’s 80th birthday celebrations.  The week of celebrations coincides with United Learning’s IDeas Festival – a national event in which all of the Group’s schools are exploring their local, regional and national identities.

Hull Collegiate School Celebrates ‘The Roots of Rhythm’
06 July 2017

Hull Collegiate School Celebrates ‘The Roots of Rhythm’

Over 100 pupils from Hull Collegiate School celebrated ‘The Roots of Rhythm’ last week with two full days of music and arts activities – from a mass samba band to local artist workshops.

Swindon Academy Students Explore Different Cultures Through Music and Dance Extravaganza
06 July 2017

Swindon Academy Students Explore Different Cultures Through Music and Dance Extravaganza

This week Year 6 students at Swindon Academy have been celebrating the cultures of their local community through a series of music and dance activities.

Developing a Cultural Curriculum, by Dame Sally Coates
06 July 2017

Developing a Cultural Curriculum, by Dame Sally Coates

Recently the Social Mobility Commission published a survey showing that the younger generation feels increasingly “on the wrong side of a profound unfairness in British society”, leaving them less well-off than their parents, with worse job security and poorer housing prospects.

Spectacular performances launch IDeas Festival
03 July 2017

Spectacular performances launch IDeas Festival

Last week, over 500 students aged 9 to 16 took part in two regional music and arts showcases as part of United Learning’s national 2017 cultural celebration – IDeas Festival.

Lincoln Minster School hosts Summer Concert at Lincoln Cathedral
03 July 2017

Lincoln Minster School hosts Summer Concert at Lincoln Cathedral

“Lincoln Minster School held its Summer Concert last night in the Nave of Lincoln Cathedral, a wonderful setting for outstanding performances from our pupils, ranging in age from Year 3 to Year 13.

NOA’s Ark Nursery pupils explore Banbury’s history and identity through nursery rhyme
03 July 2017

NOA’s Ark Nursery pupils explore Banbury’s history and identity through nursery rhyme

Last week at NOA’s Ark Nursery in Banbury, staff and pupils made local nursery rhyme ‘Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross’ the focus of their learning as part of their involvement in United Learning’s IDeas Festival.

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