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Bourne Education Trust – Surrey’s top performing trust
New figures released this week by the Department for Education indicate that the Bourne Education Trust is Surrey’s top performing multi-academy trust for pupil progress across both the primary and secondary phases.
The Bourne Education Trust (‘BET’) is a Surrey based multi-academy trust made up of ten schools, across both primary and secondary phases. It is ranked 3rd in the country for progress in reading, writing and mathematics at key stage 2 and 22nd for progress at GCSE in the 2017 performance tables. The BET has shown itself to be a key player in the pursuit of pupil progress and this supports it unblemished track record of school improvement across all the schools in the Trust
BET Chief Executive, Alex Russell, said: “I am so proud of the staff and pupils in our schools; they have achieved magnificently well and it confirms that our ethos ‘transforming schools … changing lives’ really is at the heart of what we do. This could not be achieved without highly skilled and dedicated staff, governors and trustees and a pupil body that is characterised by high aspirations and a love of learning. Congratulations to everyone.”
We were awarded 2 stars from Active Surrey in December 2017. This award recognises PE and School Sport opportunities for KS1 children.
With 3 stars being the highest, we will strive to achieve this by December 2018.
Thanks to all the dedicated staff and wonderful children involved in this achievement.
Year 1/2 Kwik Cricket Festival - SJB School
Year 3/4 Boys - Greenfield Football Tournament
Year 6 Boys Football Tournament - Wednesday 22nd November.
Year 5/6 Girls Football Match V Goldsworth
Mr Knights and Mr Pincolini (parent volunteer) took 12 year 5/6 children to Metro Bank Windsor for a business enterprise day run by Enabling Enterprise. The aim of the trip was to help children develop key skills (below) and learn about why we have banks and what it would be like to work in one.
The children loved it and apart from the minibus flat tyre and the broken parking ticket machine, the adults loved it too. On returning to school the children told their friends that they saw where the Queen lived, that they saw gold bars worth millions of pounds and that they ate Subway sandwiches for lunch :-)
It was a great day and the children were a credit to our school.
Follow this link for a full write-up about the day.
Mrs Wiggs worked with years 2, 4, 6 and the visually impaired children to produce incredible Remembrance artwork for Woking Train Station. Please go along and have a look. We are very proud of the children for marking Remembrance in such a special way.
Year 5/6 Girls DANONE Football Tournament
Thank you to everyone who collected Sainsbury's vouchers. Over a thousand pounds worth of sports equipment has just been delivered to the school .