Listen to our manifesto, read by Laidlaw Foundation CEO, Susanna V. Kempe:
It starts with a belief in the power of education To reduce poverty And inequality: To transform lives.
It is grounded in the incontrovertible truth that every child deserves to dream And every pupil has the right to soar over the same high bar, So we provide ladders and guide ropes and safety nets; We fill heads and hearts and hands, Using imagination and determination to realise the future, not repeat the past Neither romanticising nor vilifying But looking for and at hard truths, Analysing evidence and outcomes, because expertise is to be valued and impact is key.
It is about innovation and change, with reason, and at pace Which rebuffs the constraints of bureaucracy and flies in the face of naysayers, Not packaging up articulate excuses for under-achieving But insisting on the possible, with grit and courage; Seeking ideas from every culture and quarter Because no one has all the answers And we are smarter when we look out not in, When we question and when we share.
It embraces falling down, because it is a great way to discover better means of jumping up, faster and higher To reach for the skies.
It ends with a new generation of truly diverse leaders Eager to solve the world’s most intractable problems Fluent in a new alphabet of ethical leadership: Ambitious, Brave, Curious, Determined, Extraordinary, Fast and Good Who will not tolerate any form of bias or discrimination Relentlessly breaking through glass ceilings And systematically, proactively, pulling others up behind them To realise their dreams.
The Laidlaw Foundation exists because inspirational education changes lives.
As well as the Silver National Teaching Award for the school, Deputy Head Teacher at @sccachieve, Mr Hutton received a special commendation for Digital Innovation of the year for his work on Digital Strategy!
We are delighted to announced that @sccachieve is one of three secondary schools in the country to achieve a Silver National Teaching Award!
Yesterday @JamiePeacock10 presented the award to our outgoing and incoming Student Leadership Teams.
Happy birthday to #computerscience pioneer, #AlanTuring.
Today, we celebrate his extraordinary achievements that went unacknowledged due to his homosexuality. As well as the release of the new £50 note featuring Turing - another small step towards equality for all. #TheNew50
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