School newsletters | March 4, 2016

Read our latest newsletter – Friday 4th March 2016

Our latest newsletter includes:

  • Academy Council meeting on Thursday 10th March
  • Safety Poster Competition

Click to read Newsletter 4th March 2016

School newsletters | February 26, 2016

Read our latest newsletter – Friday 25th February 2016

Our latest newsletter includes:

  • Vacancies in clubs
  • Star Pupils

Click to read Newsletter 25th February 2016

General | January 29, 2016

Young Voices at the O2

Our choir is taking part in Young Voices at the O2 today. We wish them a wonderful evening!

School newsletters | January 29, 2016

Read our latest newsletter – Friday 29th January 2016

Our latest newsletter includes:

  • Academy Council news
  • Half term free activities
  • Important dates – new INSET day for April

Click to read Newsletter 29th January 2016

General | January 19, 2016

Join us – class teachers required (primary)

Paradigm Trust is seeking to recruit qualified class teachers to work in its primary academies, all of which are based in Tower Hamlets.

The application pack (linked below) includes the job advert for the role, a blank application form and the job description with the person specification. Applications from NQTs, and those expecting to have qualified in time for 1st September 2016, are warmly invited.

  • Closing date for applications: 5pm, Wednesday 3rd February 2016.
  • Interview date/times: Tuesday 9th February 2016 and Wednesday 10th February 2016.

Your personal statement must address all aspects of the person specification if you are to be successfully short listed.

Please note that as this post involves working with children, your suitability in this area will be tested at interview along with other key selection criteria detailed in the person specification. If you are successfully short listed, you will be asked to bring with you either an original driving licence, passport or full birth certificate plus a document such as a utility bill or financial statement that shows your name and current address, so that we may meet our statutory obligation to check your identity.

If successful, you will also be required to complete an enhanced DBS (formally known as CRB) disclosure form either immediately prior to, or shortly following appointment. Furthermore, you are also requested to bring originals of any educational and/or professional qualifications upon which your application relies.

Please contact hr@paradigmtrust.org if you have any questions.

School newsletters | January 15, 2016

Read our latest newsletter – Friday 15th January 2016

Highlights include:

  • Hook days reports and pictures
  • After-school clubs – spaces still available
  • Important dates – new INSET day for April

Click to read Newsletter 15th January 2016

General | January 15, 2016

Phone lines

We are aware that there is an issues with our phone lines this morning meaning that some callers have been unable to reach the office; instead they hear an engaged signal or are redirected to any free extension within the school. BT are currently working to resolve this issue. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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General | January 14, 2016

INSET Day for April

An INSET day has been set for Monday 11th April 2016; the school will be open to staff only.

This means that pupils will be on Spring Break from Friday 24th March to Monday 11th April 2016, inclusively.

Pupils will be expected to return to school on Tuesday 12th April 2016.

School newsletters | January 8, 2016

Read our latest newsletter – Friday 8th January 2016

Highlights include:

  • Welcome back to the Spring Term
  • New after-school clubs
  • Award for academy council member

Click to read Newsletter 8th January 2016

General | December 16, 2015

Parking and road safety

We have received a number of complaints regarding car users parking on the pavements close to the school. Please walk to school if you can; it is good for you and your child/ren. If you must drive, please park sensibly in a designated space and not on pavements.

It is also helpful to remind you and your child/ren that:

  • Young children need to be taught how to cross the road safely;
  • Everyone needs to look both ways before crossing a road;
  • It is important to listen for cars and other vehicles;
  • It is helpful if parents/carers or older siblings hold the hand/s of younger children whilst on the pavement.
Last updated November 28, 2016