Having hung up my Mr Tod outfit from last week’s World Book Day (and recovered from being mistaken for the fox from the Foxy Bingo ad), I returned to my usual shirt and tie for a very exci
It was another jam packed week; the staff team continued with their Apple Teacher Programme, this week focusing on the Pages app with a workshop led by our wonderful Mrs Taylor; our Digit4ll
Welcome back. What a week it’s been! We returned on Monday for what was an incredibly positive whole school development day.
If I was ‘super excited’ last week, then this week I’d have to say it was a heartwarming moment as we got our Apple Teacher programme underway and we all got ourselves enrolled.
I’ll be frank. I was ‘super excited’ this week (a term I heard used several times by Apple Execs at the recent Apple Leadership Summit I attended a few weeks ago).
Flicking through the BBC News app as I do most mornings, I came across this heartwarming short video of Zaky, a young man on the autism spectrum, learning how to shop in a supermarket..
This week I had the privilege of attending an Apple Leadership Summit in London alongside a Trust-wide team that included our CEO, Graham, and the Heads from some of our other Trust schools,
I spent quite a bit of time this week making preparations for the launch of our One to One Project, which will see every single child and member of staff provided with one of the latest Appl
Hello and Happy New Year. It was great to welcome back so many smiling faces, both pupils and staff alike, for a new term here at New Bridge.
It has been a humbling experience for me this week to witness the generosity and good will of our pupils and staff as they celebrated the build up to Christmas by exploring the themes of giv