On Thursday 15th November, Horn Park Primary school hosted the first Compass Sporting event of the year. 96 children from across the Compass Partnership met at Horn Park to compete in a demanding cross country race.
We held our inaugural Compass conference ‘Seeing Possibilities, Realising Dreams’ on Monday 3rd September, which was a fantastic opportunity for staff, trustees and governors to come together from across the seven schools at the start of the academic year.
July 1st 2018 marked one year since we came together as one legal entity and formed our multi-academy trust. It has been a busy year in which we have strengthened our existing partnership of schools and built on the ways in which we collaborate together.
At Wingfield results at all key benchmarks this year have been incredible and that is testament to the complete drive and determination of all the staff at Wingfield. Our Year 6 performance of ‘The Lion King’ this week again is a statement of our intent and drive – as a school we are committed to ensuring our learners have full access to the arts as part of our curriculum offer.
This year the Chamber Choir from Deansfield Primary School in Eltham joined 6 other choirs to compete in the Junior Choir category of the annual Llangollen Choir Competition.
Schools from across the partnership took part in our very first Compass Sports Day. This wonderful day gave our children the opportunity to both compete and collaborate with their peers across our schools.
We welcomed our new NQTs to Willow Dene yesterday for the start of their induction programme. It was an opportunity for NQTs to meet their peers who will be working across our schools, and to gain an insight into our approach to teaching and learning.
The Summer term is proving to be another busy term for us here at Willow Dene! With so much going on it was hard to choose what to share! Have a read below to find out what the second half of the Summer term has in store for us and what we have already managed to squeeze into this busy final term!
The Summer term has been incredibly busy at South Rise. There has been a particular focus on outdoor learning with two school journeys over the last few weeks and a range of other trips and activities.
Yesterday, school leaders, trustees and governors from across four Greenwich multi-academy trusts (Compass, Inspire, Endeavour and Maritime,) came together to reflect on the power of partnership and how schools can work together to ensure that they are providing the best outcomes for the young people and communities that they serve.