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Windmill Cluster of Schools Ten Schools One Community

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Windmill Cluster of Schools

Ten Schools – One Community

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The Windmill Cluster of Schools started life as the Windmill Extended Services Cluster in September 2009 with a membership of seven primary schools.

Since then we have gained a nursery school, a secondary school and an additional primary school taking the total membership up to ten settings:

• Christ Church Streatham Church of England Primary School • Holy Trinity Church of English Primary School • • Jubilee Primary School • Richard Atkins Primary School • St Jude’s Church of England Primary School •

• Sudbourne Primary School • Orchard Primary School• St Luke’s Primary School • • Holmewood Nursery School• City Heights E-Act Academy

The Windmill Cluster of Schools Aims and Objectives PURPOSE: To work together, both within schools and with our partner organisations, to share ideas, resources and expertise across the settings to support and facilitate the highest outcomes in attainment and aspirations for our pupils, parents, families, staff and wider communities. AIMS: 1. To work together with trust and respect to raise standards and improve teaching & learning across

the cluster schools’ community.

2. To generate opportunities for improved outcomes across the cluster schools’ community.

3. To share and pool resources to increase efficiency and effectiveness of the cluster schools


4. To provide community support and development for all stakeholders within the cluster schools’

community to feel that they belong to a community of schools, which they can easily approach for

support and information without any barriers.

5. To build relationships across the cluster leadership, provide support to individual Heads and sustain

leadership across the cluster schools’ community.


We have worked together to formulate a Mission Statement that reflects the aspirations of our

individual settings working within the wider context of the cluster community:

Windmill Cluster of Schools Mission Statement

Working in a network to secure outstanding educational achievement in order to enhance the life chances of our pupils

Our mission statement underpins all cluster activities.

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Who We Are CHRIST CHURCH (STREATHAM) C.E. PRIMARY SCHOOL – Where Christian values and high expectations are at the heart of all aspects of our school life!

CITY HEIGHTS E-ACT ACADEMY– Excellence in education for all!

JUBILEE PRIMARY SCHOOL – Enjoying learning together!

HOLMEWOOD NURSERY – Where value is given to every achievement great and small every step of the way.

HOLY TRINITY C.E. PRIMARY SCHOOL – Excellence in how we worship, learn and work together!

ORCHARD PRIMARY SCHOOL - Building a firm foundation of Emaan for the pleasure of Allah and to promote lifelong learning!

City Heights E-ACT Academy opened for Yr 7 pupils in Tulse Hill, London, Sept 2013, specialising in Modern Foreign Languages with Spanish at its core. The school has 6 forms of entry – which means that 180 pupils can be admitted in each school year.

City Heights E-ACT Academy Abbots Park SW2 3PW Tel: 020 3691 4600 Principal: Jim Henderson

Jubilee is a progressive school, rich in cultural diversity and brimming with energy and ambition. The school has 2 forms of entry – which means that 60 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Jubilee in the Nursery.

Jubilee Primary School Tulse Hill Brixton, SW2 2JE Tel: 020 8678 6530 Headteacher: Joanna Eade

Holmewood is an outstanding Nursery School serving a diverse community in the centre of Lambeth. The school has places for 127 children, some on a part-time basis and some on a full-time basis, in consideration of Lambeth’s full time criteria. Children can start in the September after their 3rd birthday.

Holmewood Nursery School Upper Tulse Hill Brixton, SW2 2RW Tel: 020 8674 2186 Headteacher: Sue Donovan

Orchard Primary School is a Voluntary Aided Muslim school in the heart of Lambeth. The school is 1 form entry which means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Orchard in Reception at the age of 4.

Orchard Primary School Cotherstone Road Brixton, SW2 3ES Tel: 020 8671 4400 Headteacher: Hoosen Randeree

Christ Church Primary School is a voluntary aided school based in the heart of Lambeth. It is a 1 form entry school – this means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Christ Church in Reception.

Christ Church C.E. Primary School (Streatham) Cotherstone Road SW2 3NF Tel: 020 7274 7631 Headteacher: Nicky Zeronian-Dalley

Holy Trinity Primary School is a happy, thriving and successful school in the heart of Brixton Hill. The school has 2 forms of entry – which means that 60 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Holy Trinity in the Reception at the age of 4.

Holy Trinity C.E. Primary School Upper Tulse Hill London SW2 2RL Tel: 020 8674 9051 Headteacher: Lascelles Haughton

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RICHARD ATKINS PRIMARY SCHOOL – Always working to be better!

ST JUDE’S C.E. PRIMARY SCHOOL – Serving the community by providing education of the highest quality!

ST LUKE’S C.E. PRIMARY SCHOOL - Growing together in faith, love, knowledge and understanding!

SUBOURNE PRIMARY SCHOOL – Where learning fires enthusiasm!


Richard Atkins Primary School is a welcoming, caring and inclusive community primary school at which any child can fulfil his or her potential fully. The school is 2 form entry – this means that 60 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Richard Atkins in the Nursery.

Richard Atkins Primary School New Park Road Brixton, SW2 4JP Tel: 020 8674 5601 Headteacher: Nadia McIntosh

St Jude’s is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School situated in the heart of Herne Hill. The school is 1 form entry – this means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with St Jude’s in Reception.

St Jude’s C.E. Primary School Regent Road Herne Hill, SE24 0EL Tel: 020 7274 2883 Headteacher: Alexandra New

St. Luke's Primary School is a voluntary aided school based in West Norwood with a warm, caring and inclusive ethos. It is a 1 form entry school – this means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with St Luke’s in Reception.

St Luke’s C.E. Primary School Linton Grove West Norwood, SE27 0DZ Tel: 020 8670 1981 Headteacher: Nicky Zeronian-Dalley

Sudbourne Primary School is a happy, thriving and successful school in the heart of Brixton Hill. The school is 1.5 form entry – this means that 45 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Sudbourne in the Nursery.

Sudbourne Primary School Hayter Road Brixton, SW2 5AP Tel: 020 7274 7631 Headteacher: Milan Stevanovic

The role of the Windmill Cluster Community Partnership Manager is to develop collaborative arrangements between schools and partner organisations to support the aims and vision of the WSC.

For more information about the Windmill Cluster of Schools, please contact Penny

Porter-Mill, the Windmill Cluster Community Partnership Manager, care of Sudbourne

Primary School, by email: [email protected] or by phone: 020 7274 7631.

Penny Porter-Mill, Windmill Cluster Community Partnership Manager

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Profile of Our Schools o On the whole our pupils perform well, with an average 90% of our pupils who achieved a level 4+ at KS2

compared to a national average of 88% and 85% of our pupils achieved a level 2b+ at KS1 compared to a national figure of 79%.

o Attendance at our schools is generally good with an average of 96.7% attendance across the cluster.

o On average 25.8% of our pupils are eligible for Free School Meals compared to a national figure of 17% with 49.6% of our pupils qualifying for Pupil Premium compared to a national figure of 27.7%.

o On average 38% of our pupils speak English as an additional language compared to an approximate national average of below 20%.

o On average 1.7% of our pupils have a statement or EHC Plan or school action plus compared to the national picture which is 1.4%, a further 9.2% of our pupils receive other SEND support.

Our Progress o An 8% rise in attainment at level 4+ in KS2 English and Maths across our primary schools since the

Windmill Cluster was established in 2009.

o An 18% rise in attainment at level 2B+ in KS1 English and Maths across our primary schools since the Windmill Cluster was established in 2009

o There has been an 18% increase in children from the Windmill Cluster passing the Phonics test since its introduction in 2012.

o We have seen a 17% rise across the Cluster in the Good Level of Development reported for our pupils at the end of Reception since the new EYFS was introduced in 2012/13.

o Windmill Cluster schools are working hard at ‘closing the gap’ with 82% of pupil premium pupils achieving a level 4+ in KS2 English and Maths in 20145/15.

External Validation Excerpt from City Heights E-Act Academy Ofsted Report 6-7 May 2015: “Leadership & Management are good… [because] there is excellent liaison work between the academy, other schools and external agencies. The academy … is an active part of the Windmill cluster which keeps leaders well informed and supports their focus on driving up standards.”

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How We Work Together

“Our schools do not need to learn new ways of delivering great teaching and learning, we just need to find new and

innovative ways of looking at and sharing outstanding practice!”

Cluster Steering Group

The purpose of the Cluster Steering Group is to provide governance, accountability and strategic direction for the development and continuation for the Windmill Cluster. Each school in the cluster is represented at the Cluster Steering Group by the Head Teacher.

As with all professional networks, the Cluster Steering Group also provides peer to peer support and gives headteachers an opportunity to share ideas, challenges and successes within an environment of mutual trust.

Setting Priorities

WINDMILL CLUSTER PRIORITIES 2014/15: Teaching & Learning; increase in good or better lessons/increased levels of pupil

progress New Curriculum & Assessment Without Levels Writing

Towards the end of every academic year, members of the Cluster Steering Group take a day out of their normal routines to reflect on the progress of the cluster and identify the shared priorities, agree an Action Plan and identify success criteria for coming year in keeping with the Cluster Mission.

This year one area of development for the Steering Group was to improve the flow of information between the different Cluster Forums. Amongst a number of different initiatives introduced, deputies were invited to attend the Away Day in June. In total, 18 school leaders from across the cluster enjoyed a chance to celebrate successes and explore aspirational targets for future development.

In September 2014 three new headteachers joined the Windmill Cluster, two of them feedback what the Windmill Cluster has meant to them:

“A network of like-minded professionals working

together to meet the challenges of education

today, the Cluster has enabled both me and my

staff to develop professionally through numerous


“The Cluster Steering Group meetings have been

a platform for professional dialogue where ideas

are shared by headteachers, and were pivotal in

supporting me with establishing new priorities

and initiatives at [my school]. The sharing of

school improvement priorities has facilitated

collaborative work across neighbouring schools

which has also enhanced the CPD of [my] class


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Professional Networks This year we have introduced two additional professional networks to help us meet our cluster priorities, bringing the total to five:

Early Years and Foundation Stage (EYFS) Forum This is a forum for EYFS Leaders and Practitioners. The forum is facilitated by Clare Bradley, Schools and Educational Improvement Consultant for Lambeth. It is extremely well attended with between 15-20 colleagues attending each meeting. We have also been joined by an associate school to the Cluster; Rosendale Primary School. In addition to moderation, other areas of focus this year have been on narrowing the gap, indoor environment, outdoor activities and teaching creative subjects.

SLT Forum This forum is intended for Deputy/Assistant Heads and/or Senior Leaders. The aim of the forum is to ensure that cluster schools are triangulating and streamlining processes under the broader umbrella of teaching and learning. Focus has been around how schools in the cluster community evidence monitoring, moderation, assessment, performance management, marking, data collation and analysis of specific interventions.

Literacy Forum This forum is intended for Literacy Leads, with an aim of securing outstanding writing outcomes and outstanding teaching and learning in literacy across the cluster. Work this year has focused on curriculum and assessment systems across the cluster in light of the 2014 reforms. In particular moderation of written work for year groups other than 6 and 2 with the aim of ensuring comparability of content, range and assessment judgements relative to age related expectations.

Year 2 Forum & Year 6 Forum: These Forums are intended to

Provide support for year 2 and year 6 teachers as they continue to teach and assess using the old curriculum and assessment model

Identify tangible outcomes that can be jointly achieved to improve individual teaching practice

Share ideas, innovate practice and lesson plans

Achieve comparability and consistency across the cluster

Provide stretch for more able pupils

Provide professional validation

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Shared Professional Development When teachers learn from and, with each other there is endless potential for ‘cross fertilisation’. Shared CPD is an effective and cost efficient way to promote good pedagogy and improved standards for all settings across our cluster of schools. This year cluster schools have identified shared CPD opportunities to great effect.

Staff Feedback:

“I felt very inspired and

have developed a clearer

understanding of what

benefits working together

can bring”

“I enjoyed the inset

enormously, and it was a

valuable opportunity for

liaising with colleagues

from other schools”

Shared Cluster INSET All 390 members of staff from across our community of schools participated in a shared INSET day in January 2015. Aim: To inspire and inform all staff across the Windmill Cluster of Schools, and build a strong sense of community.

Staff Courses & Workshops Ofsted for Middle Leaders • Geography Curriculum Development with the Geographical Association • History of Brixton Windmill • Introduction to the Black Cultural Archives • New SEND profile and

Education, Health & Care Plan training for SENCOs • Debating • ASD Friendly Classroom • Communication

Friendly Classroom; enabling language poor children • Outdoor Classroom; the environment as a learning

resource • Phonics; best practice teaching • Support of EAL Pupils in the classroom • Drama; integrating

drama into the classroom • Music; to improve communication and Language skills • Value Creation & Communication

Staff Feedback: Ofsted for Middle Leaders: ‘It was extremely useful in developing and reinforcing my understanding

of what is expected of a phase leader.’ Impact: ‘[It will] enhance quality of teaching and learning

via coaching and use of an effective school development plan.’

Shared Governor Training Governing Bodies from across the Windmill Cluster of Schools came together for one day to explore ‘What Does an Outstanding Governing Body Look Like?’

Governor Feedback: “Found the session valuable,

collaborating with other governing

bodies interesting and very


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Collaborative Planning and Development

Shared Observations Every school has pockets of excellence; acknowledging that and allowing staff to demonstrate their outstanding practice provides rich CPD but, also gives a good morale boost to the teacher being observed.

The emphasis is on teaching practice and the learning environment and on visiting teachers identifying adaptations that can be made to improve practice/environment on return to their own settings.

Cluster Mocksted Schools participated in a one day mock Ofsted visit:

o External validation improved staff morale and the ‘non-judgemental’ feedback given by the ‘inspection team’ was very helpful.

o The ‘Inspection team’ reported that it was a productive exercise and provided a good opportunity to reflect on their own practice and settings.

Outstanding Lesson Observations This year’s lesson observations focused on Guided Reading.

Assessment without Levels Action Planning To identify a common approach to Assessment without Levels that is suitable for each school within the cluster whilst continuing to support school to school moderation and quality assurance across the cluster.

Compare assessment strategies

Compare tracking systems

Compare diagnostic tools

Moderate assessment judgements

SENCo Support: Windmill Cluster SENCos worked in partnership to better understand the new SEND Regulations and Education, Health and Care Plans that were introduced in September 2014.

Staff Feedback: “It was really good to be able to ask anything I needed to know and listen to the queries of other

SENCO and Inclusion Managers. Good opportunity to work together with expert advice”

Pupil Feedback: ‘I enjoyed the trip to the Brixton Windmill because we got to go inside the windmill. We also learnt

about the windmill and how it works’

Our Working Windmill Joint Unit of Work A unit of work that was developed jointly by Windmill

Cluster Humanity Leaders following specialist training with

the Geographical Association and the Brixton Windmill

Education Officer. The project took place during the

summer term and involved nearly 600 Phase 2 pupils from

across the cluster. In addition, planning for other phases

was completed and learning objectives identified to

facilitate similar projects with other year groups in the


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Shared Pupil Workshops and Interventions

Pupil Feedback:

“I enjoyed being in another school and

meeting new people”

“We worked together with new people”

“It was exciting and challenging”

“It was interesting, informative and fun”

Pupil Feedback:

“It was fun and motivated me to do my best”

“We learnt stuff we didn’t know”

“We worked together with new people”

“I wish I could come again”

“I wish it was longer”

Pupil Workshops and Competitions: Able Mathematicians’ Workshop • Booster Non-Fiction Author Workshop • Reluctant Writers Workshop • Able Poetry Workshops • Booster Poetry Workshops • Team London and Free the Children Youth Leadership Summit • Arabic Taster Day with SOAS and City Heights • Year 3/4 Inter School Maths Competition

Level 6 Booster Classes with City Heights: 47 year 6 children from Windmill Cluster primary schools took part in maths and/or literacy booster classes at City Heights E-ACT Academy. The classes were developed to provide focused learning and practice of level 6 concepts through the subject expertise of secondary level teachers to improve chances of achieving KS2 level 6 outcomes.

Understanding the Process of Learning Following cluster training for all staff on the importance of children understanding the learning journey, schools across the cluster introduced a visual aid in the classroom to help children understand that “it is ok not to know!”

Staff Feedback:

“The Learning Line is a fantastic method of visualising the

learning journey.” “The Learning Line is already a common phrase in class and,

being in the pit is exciting!”

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Fundraising and Funded Projects

Sported. A project aimed at engaging 11-18 year olds at risk of exclusion from school and becoming NEET through a blended programme of sport, maths & literacy learning and support and inspiration/aspiration opportunities

Horse Riding project for vulnerable children across the cluster

Fathers Reading Every Day (FRED)

Shine @ Clapham Park

Extension events at local secondary schools

No.1 Performing Arts and Counselling (NOPAC) services at Richard Atkins

Magic Breakfast Clubs

WE Day with Free the Children and Team London

Wild Learning project

Get Fit, Be Happy Awards for All, a Big Lottery Fund, supported a fitness and health awareness programme for one year. The main goal of the project was to promote the importance of regular exercise combined with a healthy diet. It was a blended programme which used sport as the vehicle to inspire children to have fun and enjoy making healthier lifestyle choices.

Staff on the Horse Riding Project: ‘A wonderful life experience for the children!’

‘[His] levels of confidence increased as well as his sense of self-esteem. His excitement and happiness

was evident throughout the six weeks.’

Windmill Cluster Running Costs

For the past four years, 50% of cluster working expenses have been covered by the Walcot Foundation. Their grants are designed to enhance educational opportunities and outcomes for children from financially poor Lambeth households (that is, families in receipt of means tested benefits, on very low incomes or without access to benefits). The Windmill Cluster of Schools is committed to working in partnership to meet the aims of the Walcot Foundation.

Walcot Aims:

a) Helping parents develop their role in preparing their children for learning b) Mastering literacy and numeracy c) Promoting engagement with learning (re-engagement) during secondary education years d) ‘Soft skills amongst NEETs to increase chances of obtaining and keeping employment Enable

people on low incomes to escape or avoid debt In nearly all areas we have been able to exceed the contractual stipulations and, as such, have secured funding for another year.

Enrichment Projects: The Windmill Cluster of schools is also committed to the research and development of extra-curricular, after-school and intervention activities aimed at improving life skills, attendance and learning opportunities. Activities include, but are not limited to:

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Funded Projects in 2015/16 In addition to fundraising for the cluster we have worked in partnership with a number of local and national service providers on joint funding bids to secure funded projects for the future:

Support for Families

Staff feedback on one of the parent learners:

‘The course has made her feel really good about

herself, better than she ever has before - her eldest

son noticed a change in her telling her that she was

no longer as shy as she used to be and commenting

on how proud he was when her film was shown in a

school assembly.’

Adult and Family Learning More than 260 parent/carers took part in vocational/family learning courses across the Windmill Cluster in the academic year 2014/15; more than twice the amount in 2013/14. Retention was in excess of 85% with 160 parents achieving accreditation for courses attended; 135% more than in 2013/14.

The Other Georgians: A Reimagining 2 successful bids written in partnership with Brixton Learning Collaborative and the Black Cultural Archives to deliver a Black History, poetry and art project to 150 Windmill Cluster pupils in Autumn 15/16. Maths and Literacy through Photography 2 successful bids and 1 crowdfunding campaign written in partnership with Brixton Learning Collaborative and Fotosynthesis to deliver Maths through Photography project for children in years 3/4 during Autumn 15/16. Literacy through Photography for children of Reception age to be delivered in Spring 15/16.

School Home Support Parent Volunteer Programme The Walcot Foundation supported S-HS to provide volunteer coaches to support existing learning mentors and teaching assistants to engage parents in learning and involve them more in schools. The concept was designed to reach specific target groups of parents – such as those with English as second language or who have previously been hard to engage.

Adult Learner feedback: ‘I am very happy and proud of myself because I

was able to complete the course. I have never

completed a course before. Thank you.’

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CLUSTER PRIORITIES 2015/16: Building Momentum



Our thanks go to:

Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens UK

Path to Papers with Swarm

Lambeth Employment & Education Outreach Service

Lambeth Family Learning

London Connected Learning Centre

Women Like Us

Elmhouse Training

School Home Support

Employment and Education Support In partnership with a number of local organisations the Windmill Cluster of schools has been able to offer support to parents and careers who are not employed or in education. Through the employment and education support provided to our parents and carers this year, 24 adults associated with the Windmill Cluster have entered into further education or work.

Finance, Immigration and Housing Support Windmill Cluster schools have worked together to address pro-actively some of the issues that are being faced by the communities they serve. As part of our cluster’s strategic response to those issues we have hosted a number of events and given targeted signposting to those in need.

Low Cost, No Cost Family Fun We also produce a weekly newsletter for our families detailing low cost or free family activities taking place in London. These notices are made available to all Lambeth Schools’ Clusters as well as some other Early Years, Adult Learning and Health settings in the borough.

Feedback from a children’s centre teacher and counsellor:

“You are helping lots of families have fun, healthy times with their kids!! So Important! This info is

contributing to positive mental health for children + adults alike!!’

Picture of success:

Assessment drives standards forward to ensure good or better progress and attainment for children

Picture of Success:

Pupils across all schools make excellent progress from all starting points as a result of a well understood and

delivered mastery approach to learning which has been developed across the cluster

Picture of success:

Continued development of new and existing initiatives to guarantee outstanding educational achievement for all

in order to enhance the life chances of our pupils

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Windmill Cluster 2014/15 A-Z of Success


Arabic taster day Away Day Adisa workshop Action Plan ASD Friendly Classroom workshop Able mathematicians/poets workshops Assessment without levels planning

N NQT Support New logo Non-fiction workshops NEET Support opportunities/signposting

B BCA Twilight BCA bid Brixton Windmill workshops Booster classes – level6 & non-fiction/poets

O Ofsted validation Ofsted for middle leaders training Outdoor classroom workshop

C Collaboration CPD Clore Duffield grant Cluster brochure/pens

P Portfolio of moderated work Project (Windmill/Geography) Phonics workshops Poetry workshops

D Drama workshop Develop cluster brand Debating workshop Data improvement Directory of Lead Practitioners Direct referrals: employment advice

Q Quality assurance through moderation and mocksted

E EYFS Forum Elmhouse Training EYFS moderation Ernest Cook grant Ebony Horse Club EAL workshop

R Reading observation (guided) Reluctant writers workshop

F Family Fun Forums Family support Food Plan Fundraising x 4 grants Formal visits (‘mockstead’) Free the Children Leadership Summit

S SENCO network SEF Sharing Scrapstore membership SLT Forum School Home Support Course for Parents Sport-ed. after school homework club SALT Friendly classroom workshop

G G&T Workshops Governors’ Training Geography training Good Ofsted CHEA Geography unit of work Guided reading observation

T Teaching Observations Training Map Transition support Training (staff/pupil/parent) The Other Georgians: A Re-imagining grants

H Horse riding

U Unit of work (Geography/windmill) UK Citizens Immigration event

I INSET Identified priorities Immigration Event Inter-cluster maths competition

V Value creation and communication talk – Roy Leighton Value for money

J Join unit of work (windmill/geography) January INSET W

Webpages Walcot Grants x2 Windmill workshops Windmill unit of work Women Like Us in CCs Work and Play Scrapstore membership

K Key note speaker at INSET Key Priorities

EX External support Excellent outcomes Extension opportunities Exciting, Extra-curricular cluster Experiences

L Lesson observations Logo Life beyond Levels Learning line Level 6 booster classes Low Cost Fun Leadership Summit Literacy Forum

Y Year 2 Forum Year 6 Forum Year 3/4 Geography project

M Maths Olympiad Music workshop Mocksted Moderation Z

Zany initiatives embraced with zeal Zero tolerance of mediocrity!