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Embley’s worthy Religious Studies Award winner Embley’s worthy Religious Studies Award winner

Embley’s worthy Religious Studies Award winner

Rushton, a student at Embley, proved a worthy winner of the Religious Studies Award thanks to his exceptional individual classwork, as well as an outstanding and sustained contribution to whole-school initiatives.

The skilful sportswoman at St Ives School Haslemere The skilful sportswoman at St Ives School Haslemere

The skilful sportswoman at St Ives School Haslemere

In June 2019, Emma was the deserving winner of the ‘Primary Sports Pupil of the Year’ award at United Learning’s Best in Everyone Awards. 

The trailblazing student at Sheffield Springs Academy The trailblazing student at Sheffield Springs Academy

The trailblazing student at Sheffield Springs Academy

One of the key tenets of United Learning’s Framework For Excellence (which informs everything we do) is ‘Leadership in every role’. 

A "name to watch out for" at Hull Collegiate School A "name to watch out for" at Hull Collegiate School

A "name to watch out for" at Hull Collegiate School

Hannah was a highly committed and conscientious student when she attended Hull Collegiate School. She displayed a ‘can do, will do’ attitude which was quickly recognized by her teachers and fellow...
Subject Improvement Subject Improvement

Subject Improvement

Steve Adcock, Deputy Director of Secondary Academies, explains why subject improvement is at the heart of our approach to school improvement at United Learning.

Flexible working for teachers Flexible working for teachers

Flexible working for teachers

In this blog post our Director of People, Mandy Coalter, discusses how to deliver flexible working for teachers.

The Rosenshine Papers The Rosenshine Papers

The Rosenshine Papers

In this article, Steve Adcock explains what the Rosenshine principles are, and why we have adopted them at United Learning as the basis for our approach for teaching and learning.

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