In addition to providing our students with a strong academic education we aim to support them in gaining the relevant skills & knowledge that will better prepare them for the commercial and globalised world. We want our students to become confident adults and to be clear on the choices open to them.
Excellence in Enterprise Education award from Warwick University’s Centre of Education & Industry. Warwick identified the following key strengths in our school....
- Clear vision and purpose for enterprise education, developed and supported by the senior leadership team.
- Enterprise education embedded in the school curriculum as a student entitlement.
- Excellent links with the local community and external partners.
Young Enterprise Award, honouring Gumley School for its outstanding commitment to supporting enterprise education.
St. Andrew's SingaporePosted: 11/01/16
Students joined our Science & Sociology A Level lessons
Sixth Form Students benefit from Southbank's Women of the World ConferencePosted: 04/11/15
Sixth Form Students gain an amazing experience being mentored by professional women from different backgrounds and industries on the London Eye followed by an amazing conference and series of workshops exploring global issues and themes impacting on women around the world.
NASA Mission Discovery CoursePosted: 24/03/14
Year 13 students Deanna Middleton and Phoebe Tupper included in the team to be the first in Europe to have their science experiments carried out in space.
Whilst in Year 11 students were given the opportunity by the school to participate in The Mission Discovery Course at King’s College London. Their team went on to win the competition with their experiment picked from 42 others to be carried out in the International Space Station.
Step Up To Careers for all Year 12 studentsPosted: 24/03/14
Questionnaire results demonstrate that through the expertise provided, students have gained a greater understanding of different disciplines and feel much more confident in preparing for interviews.
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