Celebrating Every Child at Winchcombe Abbey

We are delighted to announce that Winchcombe Abbey Church of England Primary School has been awarded the Achievement for All Award: Primary category at the Celebrating Every Child Awards- a national awards scheme that recognises and celebrates the achievement of children, young people, leaders and teachers.

The Awards, run by Achievement for All in partnership with Teaching Times were hosted by Achievement for All Ambassador, David Gandy and Achievement for All CEO, Professor Sonia Blandford.

Winchcombe Abbey Church of England Primary School was recognised for its achievement in ensuring every child is included, regardless of background, challenge or need. Showing outstanding pupil impact from the Achievement for All programme, pupil’s attitudes to learning was seen as exceptional. Pupils’ recently reported to Ofsted that they feel connected with their teachers and have a special bond with them.

Speaking about their achievement, Professor Sonia Blandford, CEO of Achievement for All, said: “Congratulations to Winchcombe Abbey Church of England Primary School for being awarded the Achievement for All Award: Primary. The school has demonstrated aspiration and achievement in everything they do improving outcomes for pupils.

 “We received a staggering amount of award applications, each and every one showcasing the unsung work that is taking place across England and Wales to improve the life chances of children and young people. Winchcombe Abbey Church of England Primary School should be very proud of their achievement.”

Helen Springett from Winchcombe Abbey Church of England Primary School in Cheltenham was also awarded the Inspiring Leadership Award at the Celebrating Every Child Awards.

Helen was recognised for her achievement in ensuring every child is included, regardless of background, challenge or need. Helen has been instrumental in supporting her own school to achieve Quality Lead status and more recently has  been supporting another schools improvement journey.

Professor Sonia Blandford, CEO of Achievement for All, said: “We are delighted to have awarded Helen the Inspiring Leadership Award. She has shown dedication and commitment to improving outcomes for pupils in her school and beyond. Her inspirational leadership was noted in Winchcombe Abbey Church of England Primary School’s recent outstanding OFSTED.

“We received a staggering amount of award applications, each and every one showcasing the unsung work that is taking place across England and Wales to improve the life chances of children and young people. Helen should be very proud of her achievement.”

David Gandy, Achievement for All Ambassador and Host of the 2017 Celebrating Every Child Awards, said: “One in five children across the UK do not achieve expected outcomes irrespective of the area they come from or their background. This means that thousands of children face barriers that limit their life chances and these can have life-long impacts on job prospects, health and wellbeing. 

"These important Awards recognise the vital work and achievements of children, individuals, schools, colleges and early years settings across the country to challenge these issues and make a positive impact on children, young people and communities as a whole."

We are simply delighted to be presented with this award.  It is great to know that all our hardwork from the teachers, staff, pupils and parents has been recognised at a national level.

Achievement for All is a national charity that aims to transform lives through improved educational opportunities and outcomes for children and young people vulnerable to underachievement.

 

 


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