Monthly Archive: October 2012

Oct
27

A busy week before half-term break

This week signalled the end of the first half-term of the academic year and it was unusual in that it was an 8 week half-term. Longer half-terms can mean that students get tired and this can lead to a deterioration in behaviour. I am happy to say that this was not the case at Neale-Wade …

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Oct
19

Many different activities this week

The variety of activities that the College provides was highlighted over the last seven days. We started the week with a Sixth Form evening focussing on how to be successful and progress to university or a full time career. Mrs Lamb delivered an informative presentation to a large number of our students and their highly …

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Oct
12

Further confirmation of progess

This week was a typical busy week at the College and I am pleased to be able to inform you that the improvements in behaviour that Ofsted commented on were confirmed by a visiting behaviour expert. We were very fortunate to have an advisor in on Thursday (11/10/12) who was looking at the behaviour of …

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Oct
05

Principal’s blog – Positive feedback from a variety of sources

This week I was pleased to receive the draft report from our recent Ofsted monitoring visit. The report, which should be officially published on Tuesday (9/10/12), outlines some of the areas where we have made ┬áprogress as well as identifying further areas for improvement. It was felt that we have made the most progress with …

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