Culloden Primary Academy, Murrayfield Primary Academy, Old Ford Primary Academy, Paradigm Trust, Solebay Primary Academy, Uncategorised | 02/04/2019

Spring at Paradigm Trust

Spring has sprung, and our pupils have been waiting for chicks and ducklings to hatch, after carefully looking after their eggs.

Pictured are:

Chick from Culloden

Sunshine the first duckling to hatch at Murrayfield

Ducklings at Old Ford

Bouncer, first duckling at Solebay

Ipswich Academy, Paradigm Trust | 28/03/2019

Ofsted success celebrated on BBC Radio Suffolk

Principal Helen Winn was recently interviewed on BBC Radio Suffolk. You can hear the interview by clicking on the link below.

BBC Radio Suffolk interview

Ipswich Academy, Paradigm Trust | 25/03/2019

Ofsted success for Ipswich Academy

Ipswich Academy was inspected recently by Ofsted, and we are pleased to report that the academy is now judged as GOOD, with an OUTSTANDING judgement for leadership and management.

Congratulations to staff and pupils!

The report can be viewed by clicking here.

Pedagogy newsletter | 15/03/2019

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Murrayfield Primary Academy, Paradigm Trust | 04/03/2019

Pupils go back to nature

Year 5 pupils from Murrayfield Primary had the chance to go back to nature to try den building and tool making. They made swings, learned to tie knots and told stories around the campfire. The pupils are growing in confidence and learning new skills.

Ipswich Academy, Paradigm Trust | 26/02/2019

Young people and mental health

Year 9 students at Ipswich Academy took part in an interactive mental health production today called, ‘In Harms Way’.

Students gained an insight into the different ways mental health can affect young people and how to gain help and support.

Paradigm Trust | 24/02/2019

Dawud Marsh – Parent Director

Dawud Marsh joined the Trust as a Parent Director on 16 December 2022. 

Dawud is a co-director of a project for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities in Tower Hamlets called CORE Projects, which is a vocational training project that aims to support people towards greater independence and to have a voice about how they want to be supported in their lives. Dawud previously worked as a senior manager of a department for adults with learning disabilities in a further education college. Dawud is also a trainer for the Challenging Behaviour Foundation and co-delivers workshops for parents/ carers and professionals around understanding and supporting people whose behaviour is considered challenging. Dawud has also taught on teaching training programmes on classroom management and delivered presentations on dual diagnosis and safeguarding in the learning disability community.

Pedagogy newsletter | 15/02/2019

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Last updated February 15, 2019