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  • Job Opportunity - Higher Learning Teaching Assistant and Pastoral Leader

    Published 10/06/22

    We are currently seeking a Higher Level Teaching Assistant whose role will be focussed within the early years of education. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated and nurturing individual who has the appropriate experience, expertise and/or potential to work in this role.

    This is a permanent contract focussed on providing excellent teaching and learning support to secure the academic progress and personal development of pupils during the Early Year Foundation Stage as they progress into the next stage of their education in Key Stage 1.

    This is a fantastic opportunity for a qualified HLTA who is looking for a fresh challenge or a teaching assistant with the experience, competence and willingness to take on further training in the role of HLTA

    Closing Date: 23rd June 2022

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  • HPL Conference

    Published 30/03/22

    The Teaching and Learning Team recently attended the annual HPL conference at Warwick University. They shared lots of ideas for developing practice with teachers from other World Class Schools, as well as, delivering a workshop on developing HPL within the curriculum, which was very well received. 

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  • Getting in touch

    Published 25/10/21

    01604 344744 is our new school phone number.

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  • Annual Student Awards

    Published 17/06/22

    On Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th July 2022, we will hold our Annual Awards Evenings for Years 7-10, to recognise students who have epitomised our High Performance Learning ethos this year. Each faculty has nominated students who have consistently demonstrated our HPL values and characteristics such as resilience, perseverance and agility in their learning.

    Due to limited capacity, invites are only available for students who are receiving an award, with up to two guests.

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  • Job Opportunity - Teaching & Learning Support Assistant

    Published 11/05/22

    We are currently seeking Teaching & Learning Support Assistants for our all-through school. To read more about the responsibilities of the role please see our application pack below. 

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  • Job Opportunity - Receptionist & Inclusion Leader

    Published 10/05/22

    We are currently seeking a part-time Receptionist and full-time Inclusion Leader within our fully inclusive, all-through learning community.

    Receptionist role:  All applications must be submitted by: 20 May 2022

    If you have not heard from the school within 1 week of this deadline, please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion. References will always be requested before interview.

    Interviews for the post will take place on either Thursday 9th June or Friday 10th June 2022.

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  • Sports Leaders Return

    Published 06/05/22

    For the first time since Covid-19 Sports Leaders returned to the programme this May and are assisting with the extra-curricular provision.

    The Sports Leader programme was created for Sixth Formers who can apply to work as part of a paid role in which they are supporting the extra provision of sports clubs alongside the Physical Education team. By doing so, it enables more 1:1 coaching, guidance, and they are able to act as role models for the younger students. It will help the Sixth Former long term as a supra curricular for UCAS, apprenticeships or even future careers.

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  • Year 4 - York Trip

    Published 25/04/22

    In the last week of Term 4, students in Year 4 went on a residential trip to York. For many of the students, this was their first time away from home. It was a highly successful trip, and all students and staff had a fantastic time, despite the snowstorms on the last day! The children received lots of compliments about their behaviour and how kind, caring and supportive they were of each other.

    During Year 4, the students learn all about the Romans and Vikings through their theme of ‘Invade’. By going to York, the students get to experience these periods of time hands-on.

    On the first day, they went on a tour of York via the city walls where they learnt all about the defence systems and why a wall was built around York. This gave them a clear visual picture of the geographical differences between Northampton and York.

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  • Chicks named and safely homed

    Published 20/04/22

    We are so pleased to share the results of the naming competition! Both Primary and Secondary students were awarded house points for using their creating and originality skills to come up with the winning name(s) for all 20 chicks. 

    Chicks named by Primary
    Yolkalina
    Frank-hen-stein
    Egg Sheeran
    David Peckem
    Princess Layer
    Chikachu
    Sydney
    Charlie Chickenson
    Goldie
    Chickago

    Chicks named by Secondary
    Jabba the Cluck
    Mrs Doubt-Flyer
    Moby Chick
    Kim Kardashihen
    Hillary Fluff
    Chick Jagger
    Chickerella
    Clucky Barnes
    Re-Pecka
    Sir Chicksalot

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