Judged outstanding across the board - Glenmoor and Winton 2014

We are delighted to announce that our recent 2 day Challenge Partners external review (Mocksted) has graded the Academies of Glenmoor and Winton as outstanding across all inspection criteria. Areas graded outstanding included pupil achievement, school improvement strategies and the quality of teaching. This report reflects the dedication and commitment of all pupils, staff, parents/carers and other stakeholders linked to the two schools. I remain incredibly proud of the two schools ongoing success and thank you for taking the time to read the attached report. 

WINTON AND GLENMOOR REPORT.pdf 

Ben Antell
Head of Schools

 

Winton News

Luke Walters – Head Boy

Luke Walters – Head Boy

Published : 23 Jul

Hello, my name is.....

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Head Girl & Head Boy

Head Girl & Head Boy

Published : 22 Jul

I am delighted to announce that......

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Break up for Summer Holidays

Break up for Summer Holidays

Published : 22 Jul

Can I thank everyone connected with the Academy........

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New Intake - Key dates for the diary

New Intake - Key dates for the diary

Published : 9 Jun

Return of Replay Booklet - Friday 13 June 2014

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Reception Changes

Reception Changes

Published : 15 May

Please be aware that from Monday 2 June.........

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Blue Skies Program in action

Blue Skies Program in action

Published : 22 Jul

Dr Emma Egging talks to.....

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Rising Star - Adam Grange

Rising Star - Adam Grange

Published : 22 Jul

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A Word from Catering Academy

A Word from Catering Academy

Published : 17 Jul

Newsletter ......

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Proposed Industrial Action: 10 July 2014

Proposed Industrial Action: 10 July 2014

Published : 4 Jul

Strike letter.....

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Head of Year 9 Letter

Head of Year 9 Letter

Published : 1 Jul

Head of Year 9......

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Winton & Glenmoor Federation Pastoral Vision

Recently, all staff at Winton and Glenmoor have had an input into creating a new Pastoral Vision which we would like to share with our local community. Pastoral care here at the Federation is of the highest importance and staff have collaborated to generate a vision and agreed that it will be at the centre of our thinking.


"The well-being and safety of our students is of utmost importance centred around a thriving and secure learning environment. Students are supported and encouraged to foster ambition, aspiring to successfully and responsibly contribute to the wider community. Children develop confidence and self-esteem to be active lifelong learners"

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