Road Closure - Sutton Base18th
been asked by School Transport to make you aware of the following changes in
January. Should you have more specific queries ...
Posted 18 Dec 2014, 05:47 by Admin Admin
High Achievers do well at AVS!97% of our more able students achieved 5A*-C. This is 5% above the national average of 92%.This data has been confirmed following the publication of national average data ...
Posted 18 Dec 2014, 05:43 by Admin Admin
Cross Country Races at Alde Valley SchoolWe are hosting the Suffolk Schools Athletic Association, County 'A' Series Races on Saturday 6th December 2014, at Alde Valley School.RACE DETAILS11:00 Minor Girls (2200m)11:05 ...
Posted 4 Dec 2014, 09:01 by Admin Admin
Raising the Bar Bulletin
Welcome to the October issue of the Raising the Bar bulletin.
This edition covers a range of topics including the opportunity to be involved in the Raising the Bar Sponsoring ...
Posted 3 Nov 2014, 07:00 by Admin Admin
We have had a great half term with lots of successes to
celebrate. A highlight for me was the
Year 11 Presentation Evening. We
presented progress awards to current students and subject awards to Year
12. We were delighted to have Therese
Coffey (MP for Suffolk Coastal) as our guest speaker and several of our
students showcasing their musical talents.
Year 11 parents were invited to our first Enjoy and Achieve
Together (EAT). The evening looked at
how parents can support their son/daughter with revision, time management, Maths
and English. We also highlighted the
importance of attendance. If a student’s
attendance drops to 90% this means that there is only a 50% chance of that
student getting 5A*-C GCSEs. I think
that this is a really powerful statistic especially when many people would
consider 90% attendance as being relatively high. We had really positive feedback about the
evening and will look at running similar events later on in the year.
Breakfast with the Boss has continued to be a great success
with our students. This half term 20
students received the award. Well done to all of them!
We are fast approaching our academy conversion date of the 1st
January 2015 when we will become a Bright Tribe Academy. We will keep you updated on any developments.
You will read about other exciting opportunities that have
happened at Alde Valley School in the newsletter. Thank you to all staff who have organised and
led these events.
All that is left for me to do is wish you a wonderful
Christmas and New Year and thank you for your ongoing support to the school.