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Nov 23 | Mayor of West Midlands visits Shirestone Academy
Andy Street, mayor of the West Midlands, visited Shirestone Academy this month. Andy spoke to the children about dreams and aspirations.
He joins an esteemed list of visitors to our schools that includes future queens and prime ministers, oscar-nominated actors, artists, authors, and poet laureates.
Sep 23 | Green curriculum launches
September saw the launch of the TEFAT Green Curriculum. All the schools in the Trust are working collectively to put teaching and learning about the environment and sustainability at the heart of the curriculum.
Aug 23 | Welcome Hollywood!
We're very pleased to welcome a new school to the family. Hollywood Primary School in the West Midlands joins us this September and becomes our 33rd primary school!
Find out more about Hollywood
Jul 23 | Elliot Foundation KS2 SATs results improve by 1%
Elliot Foundation now meets the national average for Reading, Writing, and Maths (RWM), with 59% of our pupils exceeding DfE targets. Our highest achieving school had 84% of pupils exceed the target for RWM. In 2022, we achieved 58% RWM.
Jul 23 | At Royal Opera House, 2000 of our pupils sing the Magic Flute
Jul 23 | Hillingdon re-awarded a School Games Platinum Award
The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.
Hillingdon Primary School were happy to be awarded a Platinum award from School Games for the second year running.
Jun 23 | Greenside Primary re-awarded Artsmark Platinum Award
Arts Council England have awarded Greenside Primary an Artsmark Platinum Award for the second time running. All Elliot Foundation schools have achieved, or are working towards, an Artsmark Award in commitment to our emphasis on providing a broad curriculum.
Across the Trust, 6 schools have Artsmark Platinum awards, 11 schools have Artsmark Gold Awards, and 9 schools have achieved Artsmark Silver.
Apr 23 | Olympic gold-medallists teach swimming at Shireland Hall
Shireland Hall pupils received swimming lessons from Olympic gold-medallists & pro swimmers.
Ensuring children can swim enables a safer, healthier society. However, in the Black Country, fewer than half of primary school leavers can swim 25m. This is partially due to effects of COVID19. Unsurprisingly, the pop up pool scheme has made some waves in the media:
As the athletes pointed out, high swimming participation is also crucial to bring about the next generation of athletes that will represent us on the international stage. We're grateful to all the organisers and to Ellie Simmonds, Adam Peaty, Matt Richards, Michael Gunning, and Anna Hopkin who gave our pupils a once-in-a-lifetime swimming lesson.
Mar 23 | Annual Report Release
We are pleased to release our Annual Report 2023 which provides an overview of news and events from the past year. Find about world-record-breaking sports lessons, arts projects with nationally renown institutions, our community projects, and much more.
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Feb 23 | Reflections on a multi-school arts network
Our reflections on the strengths and challenges of running a multi-school arts network have been published by A New Direction. While the article focus is on our West Midlands schools, our arts network expands to all schools across West Midlands, London, and East Anglia.
Read it here:
The death of HM Queen Elizabeth II
The Elliot Foundation mourns the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. A life spent in the service of others is a life to be honoured.
Grief, although it can be expressed collectively, is experienced personally. It is not our place or indeed anyone else's to tell you how to grieve. We will all feel differently about the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. How you feel is how you feel.
During the 10 day period of national mourning our schools will remain open as normal. If a bank holiday is declared for the state funeral then schools will close on that day.
London, September 9th 2022
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