This half-term, pupils from across United Learning’s primary schools went head-to-head in the annual StorySLAM competition to be named best storyteller.
Whilst students and teachers across the country were eager to return to school last week, students at Carter Community School had an extra reason for feeling excited about their first day back as they were finally able to move into their brand new buildings.
Northampton Academy is celebrating after one of its students took home first place at an international art competition. Year 11 student, Anastasija, was last week crowned winner of United Learning’s International Art Competition.
The Department for Education has today announced its national network of 81 new teaching school hubs (TSH), which will include several United Learning academies. These hubs will provide high-quality professional development to teachers at all stages of their careers – from initial teacher training (ITT) and early careers support to national professional qualifications (NPQ).
United Learning has today launched its annual International Art Competition giving young artists across our secondary academies and independent schools the chance to see their artwork exhibited in Tokyo.
This week, pupils from Salisbury Manor Primary School have enjoyed creating special pieces of artwork for St Edmund’s ‘Share the Hope’ initiative.
On Friday 4th December, pupils at Hanwell Fields Community School in Banbury donned Santa’s hats and ran in aid of Katharine House Hospice in Adderbury. Running within their class bubbles and dressed in festive outfits, pupils and staff ran a combined total of 2,658 laps (nearly one million metres) raising £7,400 for the hospice.
Fully redeveloped area includes new science labs, classrooms and an open plan learning space. New facilities are dedicated to supporting the school’s impressive STEM programme.
This term, United Learning has been working in partnership with the Department for Education to offer a series of webinars for leaders and school staff across the country. In total, six 60-minute webinars will be streamed as part of the series, designed to help schools improve the quality of their remote provision and share best practice.