Celebrating the work of schools and settings
We're proud to celebrate the wonderful work of our AfA schools and settings and the fabulous teams that lead and support them!
Sarah Barrett, Deputy Head at St Stephen's First School in Redditch, said:
“Initially we started with groups of children whose parents we felt needed some extra support with their children at home and to help them understand more about what was being provided for their child in school. As the project developed we were able to explore other key areas of learning in school. In the end Achievement for All helped us to increase the good practice of our Teachers and our Teaching Assistants, it enabled and motivated parents and helped us to close the gaps for some of our most vulnerable learners. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Rachel Baldwin our AfA coach for all her professional support and our parents who have supported us with this initiative.”
Ellen Smith, Deputy Headteacher at Apley Wood Primary School, said:
“Being involved in the Achievement for All programme has been a very positive experience, through which we have been able to implement many new strategies and practises, which have had a great impact on our pupils. We are very proud to have achieved the Quality Lead status and would like to thank all the staff, parents and children for their hard work and commitment to the programme.”