If you are looking for some fun Computing competitions this Easter, follow this link . You will also find some materials to help you with the study of the subject and what we have done so far this year. Miss Certenais
Our wonderful Learning Coaches have been gathered in secret by Mrs Hill to plan this wonderful surprise for us all. Always bringing smiles to our faces and working hard for us all. I would personally like to thank their kind hearts and superb dedication. Please all enjoy this link to the GLOBAL PREMIERE of […]
Listen to David Walliam’s Marvellous Musical Podcast Why not listen to Classic FM’s 10-part podcast presented by the best-selling author and TV personality David Walliams? Mozart may have written wonderful music, but did you know he also loved a good joke? Or that Beethoven was so scruffy he was once arrested for being a tramp? […]
Parents/Guardians and Carers Use of Google Classroom Thank you to all Parents for supporting students in engaging with their lessons with Google classroom. It is clear that students are rather fluent in “Google speak”. However, we have put together a little guide to support you in understanding how it all works, especially the meaning of […]
Well done to our students for engaging so well with our Online Resources and Virtual Platform, Google Classroom. Students have been instructed to use the comment tool to request clarification and further explanations. In order to optimise this facility, students should try to, first of all, read carefully all the instructions. Teachers usually add an […]
Academy is recognised as one of the highest performers in England The Quest Academy has been presented with a national award for outstanding key stage 4 results. The award is based on 2019 data provided by the Department for Education (DfE). The Quest was among the best performing non-selective secondary schools in the country, receiving […]
On Thursday 12th March we celebrated singing and also recorded the Sing Up day anthem ‘There’s a Power in the Music’. The Sing Up team will create a digichoir with the entries from around the country and around the world.Waterfield feels proud to be the part of this great initiative.
Our local PSCO, Lucy, visited Year 3 to discuss antisocial and criminal behaviour. They impressed her with a lot of facts from their PSHE lessons and were fully engaged in the talk, where they asked insightful questions about this subject.
Thank you to all parents and carers who attended the Options Evening last night. For anyone unable to attend, below is a copy of the Options Presentation. Please ensure all option choices are submitted online by Friday 20th March. Link to copy of Options Presentation