We currently have 7 schools within the Partnership.
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We currently have 7 schools within the Partnership.
Here is the latest news and highlights from around the Partnership
Last week, Horn Park choir had the fantastic opportunity to perform at the London Youth Games which took place at Borough Village in Crystal Palace Park. Alongside them were other schools from around London who performed several acts from ballet to freestyle break dancing! The children were inspired by the other performances they watched and had the opportunity to make friends and share in their passion for performing.Details
Our Deansfield Chamber Choir had an amazing day last Wednesday (3rd July) representing Deansfield at the world-famous International Eisteddfod in Llangollen, Wales. Top choirs from all over the world have been coming to compete since 1947. This was Deansfield’s fourth visit, and the standard was especially high this year.Details
The Compass Council met last week, at the University of Greenwich, to further explore their idea of the ‘11 before 11’: the eleven experiences that they believe that all children attending a Compass School should have before they leave at 11 years. Children from our Willow Dene secondary school have added a further five experiences to become the ‘16 before 16’.Details
On Thursday 13th June, the Compass Partnership of Schools met for their second collective Sports Day event. The day was a tremendous success and was enjoyed by all. The children demonstrated values such as kindness, unity and respect, as they competed in several events throughout the course of the day.Details
We are pleased to share that Anne-Marie Duguid has joined our Compass Board of Trustees. Anne-Marie is an experienced Director of Education with a demonstrated history of leading education at a national level. She is one of the founding Directors of the Royal College of Teaching (now the FCCT).Details
On Thursday, 28th of March, the second Compass Spring Concert took place at Halley Academy and it was most certainly a night to remember! Each of the seven Compass Partnership Schools were in attendance, singing together as the Compass Choir as well as wowing the wonderful audience with their individual performances.Details
Representatives from our Compass Council presented their ‘11 before 11’ vision to our Board of Trustees yesterday. Children from across our seven schools, who had sought views from their respective school councils in order to agree their top 11 ideas, spoke confidently and passionately about what they believe all children within our schools, should experience…Details
We have decided to change the venue of the Compass Concert 2019. The event will now be held at the Halley Academy, Corelli Road, Blackheath, London, SE3 8EP at 6.30pm.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We look forward to seeing you all there.
Last week at South Rise, our Year 3 children visited the Transport Museum in Covent Garden. The trip was planned to support their unit of learning ‘On the Move’ which focuses on different transport systems and how they are developed based on the needs of a community. The children travelled into London by train, which…Details
AN INTRODUCTION TO OUR
The Compass Partnership of Schools cares passionately about achieving the best for your child. We commit to this by creating a fully inclusive environment that actively promotes social justice and equality, empowering everyone within our communities. We create challenging contexts for learning that develop your child’s thirst for knowledge. We believe that by encouraging your child to become actively involved in their own learning, they are empowered to question, challenge, imagine and create. This enables them to grow into a responsible citizen who wants to change the world for the better, equipped with a well-developed sense of self-efficacy. Your child’s school develops ambitious, challenging, and creative curricula that enables them to flourish socially, spiritually, culturally, emotionally, and academically. Whilst high academic attainment is important for your child’s life chances, we also believe in the importance of providing a rich experience of the arts and sport. The Compass Partnership of Schools is committed to the very highest professional standards, within a climate that values individuality, and that promotes the unique ethos of each school, sitting firmly at the heart of its community. Through collaboration, we seek to build on each school’s strengths so that we may benefit our broader Compass community.
Details about working for us
The Compass Partnership of Schools seek to recruit the very best staff. Great learning and teaching are at the heart of everything we do. Our success is determined by the way we innovate and improve them both. We are committed to personalised professional learning opportunities that support teachers and support staff in progressing their careers, by improving the quality of the educational experience for all of our children. Observed practice of each other and with each other is central to our drive to build a professional learning community, which harnesses the best quality research and builds collective capital for school improvement. We are also dedicated to the well-being and development of all our staff, and demonstrate this through our commitment to the London Living Wage, national teachers’ pay and conditions, and the clear career progression opportunities provided for all skilled, committed, and passionate members of the team.
Compass Partnership Facts
We are a growing Partnership of schools. To date we are: