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  On 19 July 2017, Concordia Academy in Romford held a special Ground Breaking ceremony to celebrate the start of ground works on their new site on Union Road. To mark the special occasion, children from Concordia buried a special time capsule containing a letter and video message from children, a photo of Concordia’s temporary

Aerodrome Primary Academy in Croydon is celebrating after achieving the Inclusive School Award with Centre of Excellence status. The Inclusion Quality Mark Award provides UK schools with a nationally recognised validation of their inclusive practice and ongoing commitment to developing educational inclusion. The Inclusion Quality Principles include promoting access and diversity, raising achievement for all,

On the 5 July, Bushbury Lane Academy in Wolverhampton held a special opening ceremony to celebrate joining REAch2 Academy Trust. REAch2 CEO, Sir Steve Lancashire, Deputy CEO, Cathie Paine and other REAch2 senior leaders joined staff and children at Bushbury Lane to mark the occasion. Other special guests included representatives from Wolverhampton council. Guests were

Racemeadow Primary Academy in Atherstone has been rated as “Good” by Ofsted after being inspected last month. The school, which is part of REAch2 Academy Trust, was previously rated as “Requires Improvement” in June 2015, and before that was a failing school rated as “inadequate”. The primary school, which teaches pupils aged 4 to 11 was judged as “Good” in all areas. The

  Staff and children at Woodside Primary Academy in Walthamstow are celebrating after winning an award at the 2017 Education Business Awards for Outstanding Progress. The Awards, which took place in London on the 6 July, recognised the excellent work of schools across the country and were presented by Stephen Drew of reality TV show

On Wednesday, 14 June, children at Minerva Academy in London were delighted to be visited Her Royal Highness Princess Anne. She attended a celebratory event as part of the British Nutrition Foundation’s (BNF) Healthy Eating Week. The Princess Royal was given a tour of the school to see children undertaking activities relating to the themes of