Dixons free school in Manchester

The Secretary of State for Education has decided that Dixons’ application to establish a free school in Manchester should proceed to the ‘pre-opening’ phase. This is a significant step towards opening the school.

“We are delighted that our free school in Manchester will proceed to the pre-opening phase.  We already run six highly successful free schools, achieving some of the best results in the country.  We now want to bring the same success to Manchester.

Hoe Valley School’s Christmas of Giving

Hoe Valley School have embraced the recently launched Classrooms to Carehomes project being promoted by the Times Educational Supplement (TES) which has seen the entirety of the Year 7 students writing Christmas letters to care home residents, as well as holding an inter-form hamper making competition! The School delivered the hampers and Christmas letters to nearby Whiteley Village where they met with staff and residents, socially distanced of course, to present them with the treats.

Cobham Free School leads the way using GoBe robot technology to deliver lessons

Since being introduced to the technology and working with the team at NESA Robotics, Cobham Free School have unveiled numerous cost, safety and environmental benefits

● Cost reduction in supply teachers

● Teachers can be present from anywhere in the world keeping continuity of teaching staff for pupils

● Minimising social contact (Government’s COVID guidance) and enabling a wider reach when supply teachers are needed for cover

● Teachers and students self-isolating are now able to ‘be present’ teaching or attending classes and meetings

Shortlisted for the TES Schools Awards 2020: Pinner High School

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.

Nansledan School featured in Homertonian Magazine

You completed your PGCE at Homerton in 2002. What has your career trajectory been since then?

I initially did middle school training, specialising in Maths. I had previously done a psychology degree and had run activity groups for children with learning difficulties for years. I could not imagine not working with children in some capacity, and when I started teaching in primary schools, I fell in love with how creative you were able to be.

Wymondham College Prep School

Not yet inspected
Wymondham College Prep School is part of Sapienta Education trust. It provides all age education on one site and includes year 5 and 6 boarding places which will be available from Septemb...

Wren Academy Enfield

Not yet inspected
The Wren Academy Enfield is a Christian faith designated secondary school with 1280 places for pupils aged 11-18 in Enfield. Through its specialism in Design and the Built Environment, tu...