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KS3 Drama performance – ‘A Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time’

Join us for an exciting Drama Performance Evening by our Year 7's and 8's at Little Ilford School in the Auditorium. They have been working on scenes from the play, 'A Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' Performances are at 4-5pm and 6-7pm on Thursday 26th May. Tickets are free of charge and can be bought from this Eventbrite link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ks3-drama-performance-a-curious-incident-of-the-dog-in-the-night-time-tickets-344143100277 Little Ilford School…



DNA – (School Play)

What do you do when a joke goes wrong? What happens when you allow things to happen for an 'easy life'? What happens when the group you are friends with go too far? How much would you be willing to put up with before you speak up when something is wrong? DNA is about a group of teenagers who have accidently killed one of their classmates. When they realise their mistake, they try to cover up the crime but inadvertently implicate an innocent man. Performances: Wednesday 30th March: 6.30pm – 8pm Thursday 31st March: 4pm – 5:30pm and 6.30pm – 8pm Tickets are free of charge and can be bought via this link on Eventbrite Little Ilford School…


English Department commended for The PTI’s Bernice McCabe Award

 The education charity, The PTI, has commended the English Department for the Bernice McCabe Award at a ceremony on Tuesday 15th March at Mercers’ Hall in London. Bernice McCabe OBE, who passed away in February 2019, was the founding Co-Director of the PTI and believed in the transformative power of inspiring subject teaching.  The Award celebrates excellence in subject leadership in schools, recognising departments that put quality subject teaching at the heart of the classroom. A £5,000 prize and trophy is awarded annually to an exceptional department which demonstrates the ethos and values of The PTI through their work within and beyond the curriculum. The English department has been commended for its vision to develop lessons that ensured layers of depth and challenge embedded throughout Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3. Primary and secondary school leaders worked collaboratively to ensure a smoother transition period between KS2 and KS3. Teachers are able to observe students' ability in primary school, moderate student work ahead of the Autumn term, enabling secondary teachers to see the high expectations children are held to, and match their lessons accordingly. As a result, children have been able to bridge knowledge gaps, develop their skills, and be more confident moving into secondary school.  Amandip Kandola, Lead Practitioner, English Department, said: “Thank you very much for commending the English Department for the Bernice McCabe Award. It was wonderful being nominated and gave me an opportunity to reflect on the excellent cross-phase partnerships that have been built over the past few years in our school community.” Carolyn Roberts, Co-Director, The PTI, said: "The PTI is delighted to announce the English Department at Little Ilford School as commended for the respected Bernice McCabe Award. Schools up and down the country have tirelessly supported their students during the pandemic in making sure they have received the highest standard of subject teaching from beginning to end. Through the legacy of Bernice McCabe and her Award, we can shine a light on teachers and departments who continually go above and beyond for their students." Professor Steve Munby CBE, Chair of the judges, said: "Year upon year, the standard of leadership in schools continues to impress, having really been put to the test with the pandemic last year. Every Department Head nominated for this Award has been going the extra mile to inspire and widen students' subject knowledge both within and outside the classroom, and the impact…


National Teaching Awards 2022

Parents and carers are welcome to nominate any member of the Little Ilford School staff, from teachers and support staff to caretakers and playground helpers for the National Teaching Awards 2022 Unsung Hero Award. For more information on the award and how to nominate please click here Little Ilford School…


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