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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.
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.
Newly appointed mentors for United Access, United Learning’s four-year university access programme for the students in its schools, attended their first training day last week.
Students from Lincoln Minster School have spent six months decorating a statue of a Knight, which features as part of the city of Lincoln’s Education Knights Trail.
This year at Rowan Year, 3 and 4 have enjoyed a wonderful activity week around a central theme of ‘Inspirational Women’.
A Year 8 student from Lambeth Academy, Sophie McGrath, has designed the chosen logo to represent the IDeas Festival, which is United Learning’s national cultural festival for 2017.
Students and staff from state and independent sectors collaborate with theatre professionals for two regional showcase events
Four-year programme aims to support students from low-income backgrounds to access the country’s top universities
Pupils from United Learning’s primary schools around the country competed last month for the Group’s two regional StorySLAM semi-finals.
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