School has partnered with sports coaching and mentoring charity, Greenhouse Sports, to deliver a unique table tennis programme for students
Collaboration marks the charity’s first ever coaching programme outside of London since its inception in 2002
Designed to help schools re-engage young people in music following the disruption caused by the pandemic, the initiative has awarded each secondary academy across the Group a £500 grant to fund new music activities. Individual academies have been able to decide which activities they would like to deliver this term, with all focused on providing a memorable and high-quality musical experience for students alongside training for staff.
Pupils from over 20 United Learning primary schools took part in this year’s StorySLAM competition, going head-to-head to be named the best storyteller.
The full, two-day inspection was conducted at the beginning of February under Ofsted’s new, stricter framework which will ensure that only the very best schools in the country receive the highest grades. Schools are now only allowed to be judged ‘Outstanding’ in any category when they perform exceptionally across the school in this area.
As the Winter Olympics in Beijing came to a close, over 150 Tranby pupils put on their ski suits and headed for the slopes in Gstaad in Switzerland over the February half term.
Jo began her visit with a special learning walk around the College, led by two Year 10 students. The students proudly showed Jo the lessons taking place across the College, including Year 11 science, where students were hard at work preparing for next week’s mock exams, Year 10 English and Key Stage 3 maths, history and design and technology.
Today, primary pupils at Goresbrook School are joining together with thousands of children across the world to celebrate the 25th World Book Day.
A Year 13 student at Lambeth Academy has wowed her teachers and peers by launching her very own graphic novel, which she wrote and illustrated as part of her Sixth Form studies.
This week, pupils and staff at Salisbury Manor Primary School have been paying special attention to their mental health and wellbeing as part of Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week 2022.
Three Sixth Formers at Kettering Buccleuch Academy in Northamptonshire are being recognised for their exceptional athletics abilities by being selected to take to the international stage in their chosen sports.