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17/09/19

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Barnardo’s

Children bullied at school can experience anxiety, which can be even worse for vulnerable young people such as young carers, children in care, and care leavers. We ensure they don’t struggle with their mental health alone. https://t.co/ZEEetAsFeR

17/09/19

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SF Said

A library is the beating heart a community. It's a space open to EVERYONE – a public service, dedicated to truth, created for the benefit of us all. Library cuts make each & every one of us poorer, and must be stopped before it's too late. https://t.co/Z96MCsKtmd

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16/09/19

Teddy bears are being fostered by children as a way of encouraging reading for pleasure. Pupils at Magna Carta Primary Academy are fostering teddies with the promise of reading to them at home for 15 minutes every evening. https://t.co/d4nmaO2F7Y https://t.co/mn3E5KkP8r

15/09/19

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Richard Brinton

An excellent article on the importance of the , by Michael Rosen. We don't fully realise what untold damage Michael and his successors have done to education in emphasising the purely measurable, and then cramming us with .. https://t.co/CgYoRJog1S

15/09/19

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U-M Rackham Inst

Being read to is beneficial for people of all ages! Poet and author, Michael Rosen advocates for aloud to your children into their teenage years. Read the rest of his argument here: https://t.co/tuNYNT3RM6

15/09/19

This is a brilliant organisation with all kinds of volunteers who help in so many ways. We have made links with a care home and have had a talk about dementia to our young pupils. https://t.co/AcgtxUChsq

15/09/19

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Richard Brinton

...And some excellent letters in response to Michael Rosen's article https://t.co/9UEfeaL1wE

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15/09/19

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early play

Play helps children solve problems. https://t.co/xwGVre8HrE

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15/09/19

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NEVILLE LAWRENCE

We always mark the birthday of our son Stephen. We will never forget him. I also remember others suffering the ongoing grief and loss of their children. https://t.co/XkSlkoVuO1

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14/09/19

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Tom Pearson

Our 22 month old daughter chatting in and English to our cat. Huge thanks to her awesome Childminder and the Deaf community. We’re very proud parents! Daddy Mummy https://t.co/XSRvLfEjg9

14/09/19

We would love one of these phone boxes in our playground to serve as a permanent book exchange for our parents.

14/09/19

We have this quote up on our hall wall for pupils to see, courtesy of one of our amazing and talented Parent Champions. https://t.co/8wtG20V01O

14/09/19

Our pupils love them all. Our headteacher’s favourite as a child was always George’s Marvellous Medicine. He even tried to make it once- it didn’t end well. https://t.co/UN0d6k9Nlr

14/09/19

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13/09/19

Congratulations to Willow class for having the best attendance this week at 100%. Whole school attendance was 99.1%.

13/09/19

Parents you will find a ‘Recycle with Michael’ bag in your child’s book bag today. Please fill it with any unwanted clothes and shoes and return to school on Thursday 19th September. This will raise money for our school as well as for

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11/09/19

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Forest Hall School

Our open evening is today! We look forward to welcoming all of our prospective students and families. https://t.co/UNeE1dKTjc https://t.co/Ci0wQehkm8

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11/09/19

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Kensington Palace

"Whether it is planting, exploring, digging, creating, or playing; quality time spent outside provides children with the perfect environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them." — The Duchess of Cambridge 🍂 https://t.co/Ks5447RAKh

10/09/19

Do you shop at Aldi? If so, you could help Magna Carta win a school sports kit and maybe even £20,000! Every time you spend £30 in any Aldi store, you will receive a special Team GB athlete sticker. Please bring it into school and we will add it to our poster. We need 300!

08/09/19

We challenge gender stereotypes whenever we can.Although this doesn’t mention gender & there are no labels,unconscious stereotyping still exists.If someone likes them,they should buy both irrespective of gender because surely we want all children to take positive risks & be kind. https://t.co/Gxz8GyogNt

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Vision and Values

At Magna Carta, we have only one preconception about the children we educate: no one can know what they might truly be capable of.  Our refusal to put any limits on what our pupils can achieve motivates everything we do. 


We create a safe and supportive environment in which they quickly feel comfortable and from which they then embark upon a journey to discover what they can achieve.  We are passionately committed to offering all pupils access to an educational experience of learning without limits.  We have no expectations about what their particular skills might be; we refuse to hamper their abilities by placing a ceiling on what they can achieve; we offer as wide a curriculum as possible so as to give every pupil the opportunity to discover their own, unique talent. 


The warm welcome provided by our school community allows us to nurture each pupil as the individual they are: all adults – be they teachers, co-educators, support staff, volunteers, parents or carers – work alongside the pupils to accompany and assist them as they work to reveal and then hone their talents.  We acknowledge that this process requires patience and perseverance from educators and pupils alike.  Therefore, we model reflection and resilience in the face of obstacles and mistakes: we emphasise that we are all learning, throughout our lives. 


Education is not a process which is contained within school buildings; every person a child encounters and every experience they enjoy contributes to their growth and understanding of the world.  We therefore see our school as in an essential partnership with parents, family, the local community and society as a whole.  Only by embracing and informing our pupils about their role in the wider world and the scope of opportunity it offers can we give each of them the start in life they deserve.

Our Values

Learning without limits
Our curriculum offer is exceptionally broad and we ‘teach to the top’ in every lesson.  This means we do not fix our expectations of what children can achieve: all pupils are given the opportunity to access the widest possible curriculum, in all its complexity and scope.
 

Be amazing
Due to the breadth of opportunity on offer at our school, every pupil has the chance to discover their forte.  We celebrate all aspects of pupils’ development, acknowledging that the acquisition of social and emotional maturity is just as important as the ability to read and write.  We come to our relationship with each pupil with an open mind, ready to perceive in them the unique way in which they can excel and succeed.
 

Nurture excellence
We are wholeheartedly committed to the view that everyone has a unique talent which, given the appropriate environment, they can discover and develop.  We offer a school environment which values abilities of every hue and celebrates achievements in and outside school.  We aim to equip all pupils with the fortitude to pursue their goals even in the face of personal setbacks, knowing that the right conditions in which to nurture achievement need to be adapted for each individual.

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