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Brilliant article from Andrew Field, Director of Digital Strategy click on the image below to open the digital magazine and then go to Page 122 : 'It ain't what you got...'
Fen Park Primary School was re-named as Red Oak Primary School yesterday as it has gained academy status under the Active Learning Trust.
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Playtime is often a much overlooked period, where the cognitive and academic skills developed during lessons can be consolidated with social and physical learning. Encouraging your child to spend time outdoor play outdoors is not only an excellent way of ensuring that they grow up maintaining an active lifestyle, but also that they learn and develop new skills that aren’t unique to the classroom.
At a time when government reforms have made GCSE qualifications much harder to achieve, Neale-Wade Academy continues to improve. This year’s cohort of Year 11 students were the first to be affected by the government‘s educational reforms. The modular system is no more and the early entry with multiple opportunities to sit exams for GCSE ceased to be a viable option for schools after a very late change to the procedures mid-way through the two year course. Despite all of these changes and the increase in marking rigour the Academy has once again improved for the third consecutive year.
Results at Neale-Wade Academy continue to improve with our Year 13 student’s performing extremely well across the board. 100% pass rates where achieved in 90% of subject areas representing our best ever set of A2 results. 97% of our students achieved 3 A level passes enabling them to access further education at university whilst 100% of students achieved ‘good’ A level passes.