- EYFS Concert “A Frosty Christmas” on Monday 14th December at 2.30pm in the school hall
- EYFS and KS1 winter concert at St Nicholas Church on Thursday 17th December at 11:30am
- KS2 winter concert at School Hall on Thursday 17th December at 2pm
We hope to see you there.
We are pleased to announce that the Culloden Choir will be taking part in a carol convert on Thursday 10th December. All are welcome to attend.
10 pupils from Year 6 have the wonderful opportunity today to take part in debates with pupils from other schools at the Mercers’ Company. Please see next week’s newsletter to find out how they got on!
Pupils from Year 6 were invited by The Mercers’ Company to take part in the Lord Mayor’s show on Saturday 14th November.
Despite the miserable wet weather, they all rose to the occasion dressed as cats from Dick Whittington. They took part in cycling the pedibus, carrying the banners and waving to the crowds with great enthusiasm.
Paradigm Trust is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Train to Teach Roadshow event on Tuesday 10 November 2015 at Trinity Park, Ipswich. The event will be open to the public between 5 and 8pm. Information will be available as to the primary and secondary opportunities available within Paradigm Trust, both in Ipswich and in London. Information concerning our subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) offer will also be available.
Further information, including booking, is available here.
Diary date – Paradigm Trust will also be exhibiting at the Chelmsford event (24 November) and the Norwich event (11 February 2016).
School is closed for half term from Monday 26th October to Monday 2nd November.
Pupils return to school on Tuesday 3rd November 2015.
Improving standards and raising attainment for all children, regardless of background, has won ‘Gold Club’ status for Culloden Primary. Ben Carter, principal, commented, “The award recognises the results achieved by our pupils. We will continue to make sure that every pupil receives the education they deserve and will be sharing our teaching practice with other schools.” The academy achieved high attainment for its pupils in all subjects at key stage 2 last year.
This story was originally published in the Docklands and East London Advertiser (15 October 2015).
We offer initial teacher education (primary and secondary, all subject areas) through our salaried School Direct programme. As a trainee teacher you will have access to invaluable school and classroom experience that will equip you with the knowledge, skills and experience you will need to become an excellent class teacher.
This programme is for graduates and career changer graduates wishing to train to become teachers. We are also able to offer parallel, salaried training opportunities for strong candidates (secondary only) who do not have a degree but who can demonstrate clear aptitude and desire to develop a teaching career. We would consider applications for salaried training places from school leavers who have, or are predicted to achieve, strong A levels (or equivalent) and can demonstrate an interest in, and experience of, working with children and young people.
More information is available here.
We now have a new governance structure which has taken effect from 1st September 2015. This has meant that the local governing body has been replaced with an academy council.
The academy council meetings are designed to encourage engagement and contribution to the future direction of each academy to improve the communication between the academies and parents/carers.
All former parent/carer governors have been invited to join the new academy council and so far there are five members. There is still an opportunity to add new members to the academy council. If you are interested in finding out more, please come to the first academy council meeting on Thursday 8th October at 9.15am in the Staff Room.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.