Impact Award

Abbey Multi Academy Trust

Initially set up as a partnership between Abbey Grange and St Chad’s Primary School in Leeds in 2014, Abbey MAT has since grown with the addition of our first sponsored academy, Lightcliffe Academy in Calderdale. Most recently, we have welcomed Bishop Young C of E Academy, Manston St James Primary, Holy Trinity Rothwell CE Primary Academy and Lightcliffe CE Primary. The vision for the academies is ‘To work in partnership to educate, nurture and empower’. Our vision is that the academies, supported by Abbey MAT, will provide an environment which is welcoming, caring, calm, disciplined and purposeful and will stretch our young people academically, support them pastorally and help them develop socially and spiritually.


Barton Peveril College

Barton Peveril is a sixth form college in Eastleigh offering a comprehensive range of A Level and vocational courses to more than 3400 full-time students aged 16-19 drawn from a wide area of south central Hampshire including Eastleigh, Fareham, Romsey, Southampton and Winchester. Our students accomplished a 99% pass rate in 2018, which is outstanding and marks the College’s best ever results. Barton Peveril is performing amongst the best schools and colleges in the country.


Brighton Hill Community School

Brighton Hill Teen mind is the result of a cross- curricular collaborative effort between media students from a school in Surrey;  wellbeing student ambassadors from Brighton Hill Community School; Mrs Clare Roberts, Head of whole school mental wellbeing and Head of the Technology Faculty at Brighton Hill community school and ICT solutions provider Gaia Technologies.The App is a 24 hour customised online support for Brighton Hill Community school students, parents and teachers. It gives simple but effect definitions, advice and information on where to get help in our school, in the wider community and online. The language, links and information have been research and vetted by the students, mental health nurses , senior educators and social workers  to ensure relevance and safe  guarding.


Coleg Sir Gar

Coleg Sir Gâr was created in 1985 and became a corporate institution in 1993. In 2013 the college became part of a regional Dual Sector University with the University of Wales: Trinity Saint David Group, and most recently, in 2018, integrating with Coleg Ceredigion. The integrated College has an annual turnover of over £60m and employs around 950 staff. The FE College has approximately 11,000 learners spread across two counties and seven campuses, and offers a comprehensive and broad range of academic and vocational learning programmes. These range from pre-entry to graduate level, providing a service to the whole learning community, the college also provides for large numbers of 14-16 school pupils.


Elm Park Primary School

 


Forest Gate Community School

At FGCS we have very high expectations of everyone who is involved with the school – from students and staff to parents and governors. Our goal is to see all students become highly-skilled learners, achieving excellent standards and leading fulfilling and exciting lives. Students and teachers alike enjoy lessons, which make for a positive and purposeful atmosphere throughout the school. Our commitment to equal opportunities is reflected in all aspects of school life and we welcome young people from all cultures, backgrounds and beliefs. We aim for our students to leave FGCS as well-educated, knowledgeable, confident and well-rounded individuals.


Gable Hall

As an Academy school, based in Corringham, Gable Hall consistently uses their music technology suite and recording studio to produce some of the UK’s most talented young musicians. In the last academic year, their GCSE and A-level classes achieved a 100% pass rate. The school’s decision to implement Counterpoint’s EnhancedAD Mac solution for Mac media suites has played a significant role in enabling their students to reach their full potential, year after year, minimising time lost in the classroom and enabling teachers and students to focus on what they do best.

In April 2018, one of their esteemed students, Ruti Olajugbagbe won The Voice UK. While Ruti studied Media Technology at A-Level, excellent technology leadership from the music department enabled her to perform to the best of her ability. Gable Hall’s story reflects the fact that well-designed technology solutions can become a catalyst for students realising their creative potential.


Masefield Primary School

At Masefield we believe that all our children can achieve, becoming successful future citizens that contribute positively to a society in which all members are equally valued. High aspirations, high motivation and high outcomes for all, ensure that achievement gaps wherever they exist are narrowed in order to improve pupils’ life choices and future prospects. We strive for all of our children to be safe, feel valued, develop resilience and continually learn within our nurturing and supportive community. At Masefield, our children BELIEVE, ACHIEVE and SUCCEED!


Middleton Park School

At Middleton Park School we aim to provide an education of the highest quality where pupils feel safe and secure and are given every opportunity to succeed through providing high quality learning opportunities.

We strongly believe that partnership between the school and home is central to ensuring children achieve their best and we work tirelessly to work effectively with our parents and carers. There are many opportunities for becoming involved in school life and technology has eased the way and brought infinite skills not only in ICT but other areas of the curriculum. This is our way of communicating not only with our local community but worldwide to accommodate families and relatives throughout the globe.


Ormiston Primary School

In Ormiston Primary School, we have a positive and inclusive ethos where all pupils, staff, families and members of the wider community are encouraged to participate and contribute to the life of the school.

Our vision is to ensure that all children gain the full range of skills and abilities relevant to growing, living and working in the contemporary world.

Ormiston Primary School, East Lothian’s first Digital School, have gained national ‘Digital School’ status for excellence in digital technology in teaching and learning. Ormiston have since become a mentor school in order to support other schools along their journey to becoming a Digital School.


Perryfields High School

Perryfields’ success is built on a foundation of good quality teaching, high standards of behaviour and excellent relationships between staff, students and parents. The school is a mixed intake with 1100 pupils led by an experienced senior team, who have created an outstanding learning experience in a caring environment. At Perryfield’s we provide a caring and positive place of learning where rules and standards are seen to be in the best interests of all. We strive to develop their knowledge, skills and interests, whilst building their confidence for future challenges in life. We want our students to be happy, confident citizens with a real sense of purpose. 


The English School

At The English School of Helsinki, Finland we offer high quality hands-on learning through student-centered discovery. This is implemented with phenomenon-based learning, using real-world connections. We provide a nurturing environment, with an expectation of a high level of achievement. The Finnish – English bilingual nature of our school – immersion with additional language support when needed – and our international staff and student body, provide a dynamic and forward-looking environment within our globalized world, while our educational approach develops students’ life-long learning skills.