Pupils from the Westbridge Academy in Ipswich will have their artwork put on display at the town’s Tourist Information Centre in St Stephen’s Church later this month. The exhibition, Portraits from Westbridge Academy: Exploring Identity through Portraiture, runs from April 17 to 24. … [Read more...] about Pupils’ art to go on show at Ipswich Tourist Information Centre
Stoke High School – Ormiston Academy in Ipswich saw 93% of students in a small group teaching scheme make progress in English, while homework completion in Key Stage Three improved to 80%. A dedicated programme for those with reduced reading skills was also reported to be a success. … [Read more...] about Suffolk schools report success from social mobility pilot
There is a striking piece by Ania Hobson, from Framlingham. Ania is the winner of this year’s BP Portrait Young Artist Award, a hugely prestigious prize for a young artist. There are also works by Anna Airy, who was a war artist and the first woman president of the Ipswich Art Society. … [Read more...] about Will you be visiting the Women 100 art exhibition?
Plans to tear down dated buildings at one of Ipswich’s key secondary schools and rebuild it with a fit-for-purpose teaching space have been approved. Ormiston Endeavour Academy will be torn down and rebuilt, after Ipswich Borough Council approved plannign permission. Picture: SIMON PARKER … [Read more...] about First look at Ormiston Endeavour rebuilding plans as councillors give green light
However, in September 2017, cabinet member for education Gordon Jones said two new high schools in the area – one for the Ipswich Garden Suburb (Northern Fringe) development and one for Adastral Park were anticipating easing pressure on oversubscribed schools in the area by around 1,500 pupils. … [Read more...] about Will the Adastral Park secondary school be a free school and how are free schools different?