AXIA Update (October 2021):
Forest Schools: During last summer term, a group of 6 children completed a 6 week programme at New Longton All Saints C of E Primary School. Mrs. Lang led the sessions for our children and staff. There were real benefits for the children who participated; improved self-esteem, co-operation and independence. This term some of our staff will be receiving the training so we can run regular sessions for children at our school. In November, we have a team from Brockholes who are coming to develop the orchid area at the side of school to enable us to have a specific area for this work.
Peer Review: Our school is part of a school improvement group that are going to run a project for this academic year with McArdle Education. Our focus is going to be ‘Whole school strategy to help children know more, remember more and apply more in Maths’. This is linked to our School Improvement Plan and also Ofsted’s expectations. We are working with Penwortham Broad Oak and St Aidan’s CE Leadership Teams from Axia Learning Alliance, who will work with our Senior Leaders to celebrate our good practice and look for our next steps. This is a great opportunity for us all.
STEM Working group: Our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) group are now underway with a project. 6 children from each of the Axia schools will be visiting St Aidan’s CE Primary to work collaboratively. The project will entail several days working in collaboration to create a 'chain reaction'.
Forward First: Axia have joined with 4 schools in Skelmersdale for this project. We are developing our own School Direct ITT Programme in conjunction with Edge Hill University. Hopefully you will have seen our banner on the railings. Currently we are recruiting and have several open days at EHC. To find out more information about getting into teaching, you can visit our website for more details. https://www.lostockhallcps.co.uk/forward-first-school-direct/
Welcome to our consultation page.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our future plans for our school.
The reason for the consultation:
The Governing Bodies of Lostock Hall Community Primary School, Penwortham Broad Oak Primary School and Tarleton Community Primary School (‘the schools’) are proposing to change their legal school category from community school to foundation school and at the same time acquire the Axia Learning Alliance. This differs from the structure of an academy, it is not a multi-academy trust, it is a way of working more collaboratively with a group of schools while maintaining the positive relationship with the local authority.
‘Collaboration, Innovation, Community’
To achieve our vision, we will:
As part of the consultation process we must ask our stakeholders their views.
School is consulting with the following:
Your comments and opinions matter to us so please read Booklets 1 and 2 and complete the questionnaire using the link below.
Should you have any further questions then please contact school.
Thank you for your continued support.
Miss Laura Duce
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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