Delight at progress of three Harlow primary schools

Education: Secondary / Fri 22nd Jul 2016 pm31 04:55pm

NET academies are delighted to close the academic year with great news from Abbotsweld, Latton Green and Longwood Primary Academies. On 14th June 2016 these three NET Academies in Harlow had a visit from an advisor from the Department for Education. The purpose of the visit was to discuss the progress at the academies since they converted to academy status in January 2015. The visit programme included visits to all three Harlow NET Academies, together with meetings with several staff and Trust members. The advisor was extremely impressed with the developments made across the NET academies and noted that all the academies have made great progress since they became sponsored by NET and are now securing better outcomes for pupils

The adviser also praised the academies for the:
Successful implementation of the Trust’s values and vision
Relentless focus on high expectations
Carefully crafted layered approach to school improvement
Quality specialist teaching
Positive impact of lead practitioner teachers in English and mathematics
Robust pupil tracking and assessment system
Consistent practice across the schools

Staff, who speak positively about the support they receive from the school and the Trust

Pat Jefferson, Chair of Directors for NET Academies, congratulated Jo Coton, Executive Headteacher, and her team for this “significant endorsement of the quality of work being undertaken in the Harlow schools.” Mrs Jefferson observed that, “the children are thriving in such a climate and it was truly wonderful to see how they took every opportunity to explain not only what they are doing, but to demonstrate that they knew so much about where they were going next in their learning.”

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