Tag Archive: impact

Jan
22

Learning to learn together and 100% pass rate for GCSE English November cohort

  One of the key areas that we have been developing at Neale-Wade is how to increase and refine our student’s employability skills. This is a topic that is high on the government’s agenda and an area where we feel that we can make a real difference. Mrs Mandley (Director of Curriculum and Careers) has …

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Dec
13

First GCSE residential this week…

As we rapidly approach the Christmas break I have been delighted with the focus of our students. Year 11 in particular has been simply brilliant. I was fortunate to be able to spend time with them as they were working on their English IGCSE coursework. The English Faculty and the Learning Support Assistants did a …

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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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