Pedagogy newlsletter | 06/12/2019

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Pedagogy newlsletter | 29/11/2019

Pedagogy Newsletter #44

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Paradigm Trust, Solebay Primary Academy | 26/11/2019

Solebay Primary Academy celebrates ‘good’ Ofsted rating

For the third time in a year, a Paradigm school has been praised by Ofsted. The recent inspection of Solebay Primary Academy re-confirmed the school as good (and it may be outstanding).  Our focus is on developing and sustaining great schools and the full report – read here – shows that we are doing just that. Our pupils feel safe and well cared for, work hard, like coming to school, are polite and well-mannered. We look forward to welcoming Ofsted back to Solebay to learn more.

Culloden Primary Academy, Paradigm Trust | 25/11/2019

Girls Active Leadership at Culloden Primary

Six Year 5 Girls from Culloden Primary Academy attended a leadership course with the aspiration to become leaders and role models to other girls in promoting physical activity. There is a stereotype in education that girls become less physically active than boys during their school lives. Our Year 5 girls set out to prove this is not the case!

Pedagogy newlsletter | 22/11/2019

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Paradigm Trust, Solebay Primary Academy | 18/11/2019

Anti Bullying week at Solebay Primary Academy

As part of Anti Bullying week, Staff and Pupils at Solebay Primary Academy sported odd socks as a show of solidarity and support.

Pedagogy newlsletter | 18/11/2019

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Murrayfield Primary Academy, Paradigm Trust | 11/11/2019

Celebrating success at Murrayfield Primary

Please click below to read a feature from the Ipswich Star on the success at Murrayfield Primary Academy:

‘Everyone deserves it’ – remarkable turnaround for school in Ipswich once rated ‘inadequate’

Ipswich Academy, Paradigm Trust | 11/11/2019

Duke of Edinburgh Programme at Ipswich Academy

Over at Ipswich Academy, 35 enthusiastic students embarked upon their Duke of Edinburgh journey. The Duke of Edinburgh programme is a nationally recognised award for young people which is designed to provide a sense of adventure and recognise achievement.

Pedagogy newlsletter | 08/11/2019

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Last updated November 8, 2019