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Thursday 2nd February 2023

Extracurricularactivities like sport hold benefits for students both in and outside the classroom. At , we’re committed to giving all our students opportunities to participate in sports activities, and we are actively working to expand our provision.
Inaugural netball tournament

Athletics Championship 2022
Thursday 1st December 2022

Salesforce has pledged more than £600,000 over two years to enable to provide extracurricular music and sports programmes to our 29,000 students.
Extracurricular activity and working outside the classroom can positively impact young people's prospects when they leave school.
Group activities, such as singing in a choir or playing on a sports team, help create a sense of belonging to a group, support social connectedness, and reduce loneliness.

Remembrance Day
Friday 11th November 2022

On Remembrance Day, ’s 39 schools came together to mark the moment.
Also known as Armistice Day, Remembrance Day marks the ceasefire that began at 11am on 11 November 1918 and brought an end to the fighting in the First World War. Since then, Remembrance continues to unite people across faiths, cultures, and backgrounds, honouring the personal sacrifices made by men and women, past and present, to protect the freedoms we have today.

AC+ logo
Tuesday 11th October 2022

Primary schools across England will be supported to adopt an approach to teaching maths that has been shown to improve pupil achievement. Mathematics Mastery Primary is an evidence-informed curriculum and teacher development programme from Curriculum Plus.

GSF Fellowship in Zambia
Tuesday 4th October 2022

Two teachers from Schools travelled to Zambia over the summer for their placement on the (GSF) Fellowship Programme.
Connor McElwaine from North London’s Pioneer Academy and Sarah Al-Hanoush from Birmingham’s Boulton were successful in getting a place onthe Fellowship programme.

 Little Ridge Primary Academy
Friday 30th September 2022

Little Ridge Primary Academy in St Leonards-on Sea has been praised by Ofsted and told it has the potential to receive an outstanding rating at its next inspection.
Inspectors visited the school from 12 to 13 July, and its report was published today. It described the school as feeling ‘like another family’, where children ‘feel safe’. It went on to praise Year 6 pupils, describing them as ‘role models’ who are ‘kind and caring towards each other’. The report said: "Pupils are inspired by each other's successes.

 John Keats and Spencer Steadman Trust
Tuesday 27th September 2022

is delighted to celebrate the formal opening of its new school library.
A year of hard work from all involved has seen the creation of a new library space which puts reading at the heart of being an John Keats pupil. Supported by a generous donation from the , the students can now access more than a thousand new books and enjoy a warm and welcoming space to read and study.

Burlington Danes students celebrating Good rating
Wednesday 21st September 2022

Burlington Danes Academy has received a Good rating across all areas from Ofsted.
The school was praised for having teachers who 'seek to know pupils teachers seek to know and understand every pupil, and pupils have adults who are always there to help them."

Queen Elizabeth II
Friday 9th September 2022

Queen Elizabeth II
1926 – 2022
Today we mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

INA GCSE results
Thursday 25th August 2022

's schools will be a hive of activity as Year 11s collect their GCSE results today.
This is the first year students sat GCSE exams since the coronavirus pandemic started.
's Director of Secondary, Jerry Collins, said: 
"I must pay tribute to how hard our students and staff prepared for the examinations and how well they have managed over the last few years.

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