Last week, Year 12 pupil Sophia from Kettering Buccleuch Academy was announced as winner of United Learning’s Group Art Competition for 2018.
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.
Eighteen students from six United Learning academies across the country attended their first event of the academic year as part of United Access.
This week pupils from across United Learning are participating in recording sessions for Wassail! – a brand new musical score which has been commissioned by the United Learning Partnership Fund.
The artwork of a group of Kettering Buccleuch Academy students will feature on the cover of a newly commissioned musical score. The eight students were asked to design the cover of the score for Wassail! – a piece of music which has been commissioned by the United Learning Partnership Fund.
Students in Years 8 to 10 from secondary schools across United Learning joined up for a three-day social leadership residential at Wellington College.
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.
Pupils from United Learning’s primary schools around the country competed last month for the Group’s two regional StorySLAM semi-finals.
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.