Exceptional provision, especially in the nursery,
early years and special school environments
Northamptonshire has a University Technical College (UTC), academies and Multi Academy Trusts (MATS), a high performing Free School (more Free schools opening soon) and exceptional provision in the nursery, early years and special school environments. Northamptonshire’s schools are improving their performance and young people are increasingly ‘work ready’ through engagement with Enterprise Advisers but performance in our primary and secondary sectors still remains below the national average.
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5 Wells is one of only a handful of education focussed Development Centres in the UK that can boast true independence of service delivery. Our ability to create unique support opportunities for you will benefit your school, from Foundation Stage, all the way through to secondary level education.
Abbeyfield School, part of the Creative Education Trust, is an 11-18 school, predominately serving the South East of Northampton. Through teamwork and a shared desire to support and challenge every student in order for them to achieve their personal best we are building on the 2016 Ofsted ‘good’ judgement and the very pleasing recent outcomes. We have high expectations and aspirations of ourselves and of our students. Our Quality First Teaching Charter ensures a focus on high quality teaching and learning. Alongside academic achievement we place a very high value on students’ social and personal development, equipping them with the life and employability skills needed for successful adulthood.
The school has a wealth of facilities that underpin the wide curriculum including; state of the art theatre, science lecture theatre, dance studio, drama studio, super learning centre designed for collaborative teaching, fitness suite, sports field, netball courts, basketball courts, gym and a full size sports hall. In the last few years we have been at the forefront of curriculum innovation and now offer our students an extensive and relevant curriculum choice.
Our mission is to develop the full academic, personal and social potential of each individual student. The School has a growing reputation for success, with our school slogan “Ambitious to Achieve” proposed by one of our own Year 12 students and our 6 school values – Respect
We are a modern primary school across two sites approximately a mile apart and part of the Northampton Primary Academy Trust. Although both sites are very different in appearance, both share the same ethos, values and dedication to high standards. The teachers work hard to ensure that the children experience a very high standard of all round education.
Park Campus (the original Abington Vale site) was built in 1968, it is an attractive building surrounded by extensive grounds, which provide a stimulating environment for both learning and play for our pupils.
Stirling Campus was completed and opened in September 2013. It is a fabulous office block conversion providing a unique and exciting learning opportunity for 210 children. Its modern and dynamic design is based upon Scandinavian school principals with large collaborative spaces.
Alfred Street School is located in the centre of Rushden and is housed in Victorian buildings which give it a distinctive character. The number of pupils which the school plans to admit in any year (the Admission Number) is 60
We are extremely proud of our inclusive, inspiring and creative school. All Saints CEVA is an oversubscribed “outstanding” Church School for 210 pupils with 52 children attending our nursery provision. The school has strong connections with the Peterborough Diocese and All Saints Church. Our mission statement encompasses this:
“With Jesus as our guide we will inspire a passion for learning, high aspirations and respect for all”
It is of vital importance to us that our children develop a lifelong love of learning through a relevant, creative and fun curriculum, appropriate to the children’s needs and interests. We see the child as a “whole” and it is of paramount importance to us to develop their social, spiritual, moral, cultural, physical and academic wellbeing. Our Victorian building built in 1880 has undergone substantial refurbishment, turning it into a contemporary, appropriate building able to accommodate a well-resourced 21st century curriculum. Our intention is simple, we want every child to be happy and excited about coming to school.
Ask Education Teaching School Alliance was created to harness and disseminate professional expertise across our region.. We develop communities of practice to meet the social, emotional, cognitive and mental health needs of primary aged children. We recognise the importance of shaping activity in response to evolving needs. In support of this, Inspire offers professional development, teacher education, systems leadership, research, school to school support and innovation. Our work is underpinned by the notion that we can all learn from each other, locally, regionally and internationally.
Our vision is to help children learn today to meet their own needs for tomorrow. The Alliance develops creative minds so that all of our children, irrespective of their start in life, can make informed choices to ensure a bright, happy and safe future. If you have the courage to imagine an even better tomorrow for our children then as a student; a teacher; a leader or a trainer, we have something to offer you. Will you choose to join us?
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