Welcome to James Elliman Academy!
Our academy serves a
richly diverse community in central Slough. The area’s many faiths and
languages make it a stimulating, inclusive and exciting place to live
and learn. We are proud of our pupils’ progress and achievements in
their academic studies as well as in sport, the arts and as future
citizens of Slough and the United Kingdom.
_____________________________________________________________School will close at 2:30pm on Friday 27th March. After school clubs will finish at 3:45pm on Friday 27th March. _____________
|Some examples of children's work have been added the 'Curriculum' section.|
|Booster classes are taking place for selected Year 2 and Year 5 children during the Easter holiday.|
Bikeability are running a cycling course for Year 6 children on 30th and 31st March.
Red Nose Day raised 743 for Comic Relief. Thank you for your donations.
£778 worth of books were purchased during our recent book fair.
Kingston University have donated £150 worth of library books to thank the school for participating in a research project.
leave will not be authorised during the first part of the summer term
due to pupils in Years 2 and 6 taking SATs and the remainder of the
school completing assessments.
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What is the
The Park Federation
is here to
serve the whole community and wants all children to enjoy and benefit
from a first-class education. Our academies are safe, happy and
creative places where excellent behaviour, hard work and ambitious
academic standards are prized and nurtured. Every family is welcome,
respected and encouraged to play an active part in their children's
learning. All children have opportunities to grow in self-belief,
express their individuality, and develop the confidence to take the
next step in life and their next step in learning. We aim to be a
springboard to success!
Dr. Martin Young
Our Ofsted Report
- This is a
achieve well. They make good progress in mathematics and in literacy.
are appropriately challenged to make good progress in most lessons. The
teaching of writing is a significant strength.
school’s leadership works hard to ensure that teaching is good and
continuing to improve.
years provision is good and children make good progress.
show good attitudes to learning, feel very safe and behave well.
leaders have created a very cohesive community. At all levels, they are
highly committed to the well-being of the pupils and constantly seek
improvement in the opportunities they provide for them. Any weaknesses
are rapidly addressed.
are very involved in the school. They are well informed about
quality of teaching and make a significant contribution to driving
Inspection - January 2015
here to view the full report