On Friday 20th July, Ipswich Academy took four coaches of Year 7 and Year 10 students to Boulogne-sur-Mer in Northern France. Highlights included a trip to a chocolate factory where students made their own chocolate and a visit to Nausicaa, Europe’s largest sealife centre.
Students ordered food in French, and it was good to see the older students supporting the Year 7s.
Students were very enthusiastic, even at 4am, and their conduct throughout the trip was excellent. They were a credit to Ipswich Academy and Paradigm Trust.
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On Friday 20th July, pupils from Culloden, Old Ford and Solebay Academies joined together to perform a concert to parents and guests at the Troxy in Limehouse. The pupils shone and demonstrated how hard they had worked learning their music, expertly led by Holly Clark and her Love2Sing team. Also taking part were students from Ipswich academy, who performed a drumming number and a number from the band and choir.
On Friday 13th July, students and pupils from our three academies in Ipswich came together for their first ever joint Summer concert.
The sun was shining, and all the students and pupils involved put on an amazing show. The event was supported by many families.
Schools in London will be celebrating with a concert on Friday 20th July at the Troxy in Limehouse.
To celebrate Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June 2018, Scottish Power launched a ‘No Waste World!’ education challenge. In teams, students were invited to investigate the sources of waste from their home or school and design a plan to reduce, reuse and recycle to achieve zero waste by 2020.
We are proud to announce that students Aviha, Kara, Katie and Kara from Ipswich Academy won the challenge! They were awarded £500 for the Academy’s science faculty. The Judges were impressed with their enthusiasm and the level of detail in their presentation.
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Paul has wide-ranging experience as a General Manager and a Finance Director in a number of Retail businesses.
In a thirty-year executive career in the Retail Sector, he was the Managing Director of Homebase and Habitat, GUS Home Shopping and Shoe Express/Shoe City, and the Finance Director of Argos, Debenhams, and Burton Menswear.
As a Non-Executive Paul sits on the Boards of Peabody, the London Housing Association, where he chairs the Audit Committee and the Customer Services Committee, the Solicitors Regulation Authority, where he chairs the Audit Committee and Black Stork, a charity dedicated to improving rehabilitation after traumatic injury.
In his plural career, Paul looks to bring his commercial experience to bear in organisations with a social purpose.
He is particularly interested in Risk Management, Organisational Change, Customercentricity, and Effective Service Delivery.
Paul was appointed as a Director on 23rd April 2021.
Assistant Principal for Culloden Primary Academy’s Deaf Support Base – closing date Monday 4th June at 9am
Culloden Primary Academy is seeking an energetic and innovative individual to join the leadership team and lead the Deaf Support Base within the academy.
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On Tuesday 24th April 2018, 26 pupils from Y3, Y4 and Y5 classes at Culloden Primary visited the Tate Modern to take part in the ASSEMBLY yearly event. All pupils and adults enjoyed looking at various pieces of art from different contemporary artists. One of the activities involved building structures using foam materials. We are very proud to announce that two of our Y5 pupils, Maya and Bushra, were filmed and interviewed to give their opinions about art in the cities.
Due to the relocation of our finance function, Paradigm Trust is looking to build an Accounts Payable team responsible for all aspects of end to end Accounts Payable. We are seeking to appoint a number of Accounts Payable Clerks to be based at Ipswich Academy.
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