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5 Jun

Summit Learning Trust BLM Statement

  Summit Learning Trust is appalled at the murder of George Floyd in the United States of America on May 25. We support the peaceful protests that so many have taken part in to show solidarity with this cause. We recognise that racism is not just an American issue. Our Trust is entirely committed to […]

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3 Jun

Access to E-Books online

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1 Jun

UPDATED 29/05/2020 – Plans for our academies from June 1st 2020

Summit Learning Trust Academies –  plans from week commencing June 1st     The Summit Learning Trust places the welfare of pupils,  staff and our communities at the forefront of our work at all times. This is why we took our original decision not to open from June 1st for all the groups identified by the government, […]

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12 May

Opening schools and educational settings to more pupils from 1 June: guidance for parents and carers

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7 May

Summit VE Day video

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6 May

Healthy Active Lifestyles

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30 Apr

VE Day 75 ‘Great British Bunting’

On Friday 8 May 2020 Britain will be commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day when the guns fell silent at the end of war in Europe.   Due to the coronavirus restrictions most VE Day 75 events and street parties have had to be cancelled or postponed but we still want you to be […]

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30 Apr

VE DAY 8 – 10 MAY

What role did your locality play during the war?   The aim of this pack is to ensure children recognise and understand the importance of this event. It provides an overview of the war itself with an emphasis on the home front. It provides opportunities for children to learn more about the role of the […]

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22 Apr

Statement regarding laptop provision annoucement by Government

    The government has now clarified its initial statement around the provision of laptops for disadvantaged pupils. The government will provide laptops for children who: have allocated social workers those who are care leavers and those students in Year 10 who are disadvantaged and eligible for free school meals We are advised that the […]

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21 Apr

Letter from Mrs Cotterill for parents & carers, 21st April 2020

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