Tag Archive: apprenticeships


First class all-round – huge success in many areas

The last two weeks at Neale-Wade have been exceptionally hectic with students and staff undertaking a multitude of activities in addition to the usual teaching and learning that takes place every day. I have been impressed with the enthusiasm from all parties and the opportunities to develop and understand moral purpose have been outstanding. Cultural …

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Practical experiences focus on next steps in life

The half term break had the desired effect as both students and staff returned invigorated and ready to face the challenges that lie ahead. We are moving toward the critical period when time is short before the GCSE and A level examinations begin but there is still time to make a significant impact on the …

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A time to reflect

As we come to the end of this term it is a chance to reflect on the progress that we have made since September. The recent visit from Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMI) confirmed that we are moving forward and the report highlights some exceptional practice in some key areas of provision. We know that we …

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Apprenticeship opportunities provided

There have been a number of varying activities this week at the Academy. The highlight of the week was the official signing of the agreement between West Anglia training Association (WATA) and Neale-Wade. WATA are helping us to provide apprenticeship opportunities for our students. They attended last week’s Parent Consultation evening and there was a …

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