Ricards Lodge High School, Wimbledon ~ Day 1

| March 16, 2015 | 5 Comments 

Ricards Lodge High School

On to Wimbledon, London for a full on pair of days alongside the staff, and pupils, of Ricards Lodge High School.

Ricards Lodge is a high achieving, over –subscribed and successful comprehensive school for girls. Ricards Lodge High School offers a broad and balanced, stimulating and forward-looking education together with a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.

Thank you to Paula Simmons, Deputy Headteacher, at Ricards Lodge, for inviting us, and organising these two days, and sharing her thoughts:

Paula SimmonsImproving the quality of creative and critical writing is something all students can benefit from, whatever their age or ability level.  As a school we believe that engaging students and staff in ways to use technology as a springboard for creativity in their work can lead to increased attainment across all subjects.  Having won an award this year as one of the top 90 Secondary schools nationally for sustained improved results and for the attainment and value added progress of our Pupil Premium students, we are excited to be involved in the two days of staff and student learning with Tim and Sarah.  These two days are part of our ongoing school mission of “Educating Successful Women of the Future”.

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Rosie says:

    So much to think about and explore-thank you

  2. Anita Ratcliffe says:

    Wow! Thank you. My head is still buzzing but in a good way.
    I think year 7 will love their sessions tomorrow.

  3. Arif says:

    A world of possibilities! Being a translator on the spot, is harder than you think!

  4. Tim says:

    But you were superb Arif. Well done Sir.

  5. Alison Simmons says:

    A really informative day today, thank you! I am a teacher at a nearby school so will be filtering lots of your ideas through to staff and students, I’ve already created a simple staff ‘how to…..’ guide for Padlet and this will be the first thing I share with my Digital Learning team later this week! Great inspiration.

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