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Hopes and Dreams

October found our pupils exploring their future employment and career opportunities during our BOLD Cluster 'Hopes and Dreams' events. It included visits to Chester University, service personnel; vets, fire fighters, police, NHS, those with talents in catering, artistic dance and sports at  Warrington Wolves.

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We were delighted to be asked to provide one of seven research teachers to a research project being led by Deep Learning TSA and Unversity of Cumbria.

Paula Spenceley, a Specialist Leader of Education with Warrington Teaching School Alliance, was asked to support the project, including providing model lessons for video distribution for professional development.

A copy of the full report is here: FULL REPORT OF MASTERY RESEARCH

and Paula's lesson can be seen here: PAULA SPENCELEY'S LESSON

Paula delivers training for Deep Learning and Warrington Teaching School Alliance.  If you would like to receive further information please contact WTSA using the details in our Partnership tab menu on this website. 

Kenyan Visitors

We were delighted to host 10 Kenyan's from Thika Diocese.  Fr Daniel celebrated Eucharist with Year 3 - Year 6 pupils and we were joined by the worship teams from four other schools.

Our children found out about their churches and homes and were able to make comparisons.  Some children asked some challenging questions about how they encouraged people to attend church in East Africa (not an issue in Kenya where they come in their hundreds!).

Our own worship group treated our visitors to a sandwich lunch before they went to their afternoon programme of events.

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