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Two Rivers CofE Primary School is part of the Wellsway Multi Academy Trust. It has a Church of England ethos and is open to everyone, with places for 420 pupils in Bath and North East Somerset. Pupils enjoy access to the trust’s fantastic facilities at its other schools, for example science experience days at IKB Academy and sports events at the Wellsway Sport Centre.
The Isambard Kingdom Brunel Primary School has been opened by The Castle Partnership Trust and offers 420 places for pupils aged 2-11. The trust and school are committed to ensuring that every child achieves, belongs and participates in the community.
Thames Park Secondary School is a member of the Osborne Cooperative Academy Trust family of schools and offers places to 900 pupils aged between 11-16. The school offers a curriculum with a strong digital focus, alongside its personalised and inclusive approach to learning. Its state-of-the-art buildings and inspirational landscaping, will create a vibrant school community in the heart of Grays. It is a school, whose rich co-operative values will empower young people from all backgrounds to grow and flourish.
Stoneham Park Academy is a 315 place primary academy for children aged 4-11. They are sponsored by the University of Winchester and has opened in the heart of the new North Stoneham development in Eastleigh. The school aims to nurture curiousity among all its students.
Springhead Park is a two form entry primary and nursery offering 420 places to pupils. It is part of The Primary First Trust. The school is built on four main cornerstones: academic success, an enquiry-led curriculum, learning beyond the classroom and using technology to enrich the learning experience.
School of Science and Technology Maidstone is open to 180 Year 7 students and offers a broad and balanced curriculum. The state-of-the-art specialist facility that the school offers enables students to develop STEM based skills and knowledge. The school aims to give students the opportunities to thrive as community members, explore personal interests and have an excellent education. It has been opened by the Valley Invicta Academies Trust.
Roundswell Community Primary Academy provides 420 primary school places in Devon. The school engages pupils in a modern and internationally-minded curriculum and works closely with parents children develop to their potential.
Rosecliffe Spencer Academy is a primary school that has been opened by The Spencer Academies Trust. The school believes in the ability of every student to shine and will encourage all students to become critical thinkers. Pupils will also be encouraged to nurture a special talent and attend events, as part of the school's enrichment programme.
Outwood Academy Riverside is an 11-16 mainstream free school opening for up to 150 pupils, increasing to 210 pupils from 2023. This will be the first free school in Outwood Grange Academies Trust. The trust's innovative curriculum enables students to become knowledge rich in a variety of subjects, ensuring that deep understanding is secured by all. The school will open in temporary accommodation, intending to move to a permanent site in 2021.
The Norton Hill Primary School is part of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnerships and offers 630 places for pupils aged 4-11. It specialises in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), Forest School and outdoor learning.
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Deborah, Nicholas and Nuno visited Langley Hall to witness what the school does best within its Music Department and to offer their unconditional support and testimonial towards the opening of Langley Hall’s new Music Academy in January 2021.
Tes editor Ann Mroz said: “It is always a highlight of the education calendar to see the best ideas and people lauded at the Tes Schools Awards. But this year, it felt more important than ever to run an event that showcased and celebrated the hard work that teachers and school staff do for children and their local community every single day. This has been one of the most difficult years in education, but – as ever – teachers continue to rise to the challenge.
Established in Newham in 2012, LAE’s vision and core purpose is to promote social and economic mobility through education by supporting students in one of the most deprived parts of the UK to secure places on competitive degree courses at top universities. Eight years on, LAE continues to do just that!