Amethyst Sixth Form Flythrough

  • Posted by Paul Martin
  • On February 25, 2019
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We are delighted to bring you an update on the Amethyst Academies Sixth Form Centre currently being built at Aldersley High School. The construction company have sent us a virtual flythrough of what the centre will look like. We are really excited about the way this centre will look and even more excited to start […]
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Helping pupils understand the demands of GCSE exam questions Workshop

  • Posted by Paul Martin
  • On February 14, 2019
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City of Wolverhampton Council CLL Team in Partnership with the Amethyst Trust FREE WORKSHOP “They don’t read it properly.” Helping pupils understand the demands of GCSE exam questions. Tuesday 12th March 1pm-3:30pm Aldersley High School Workshop aim: The new GCSE specifications place greater demands on pupils’ literacy skills. Pupils without these skills can be held […]
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Amethyst Academies Trust Knowledge Rich Conference

  • Posted by Paul Martin
  • On November 19, 2018
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On Friday 16th November the Amethyst Academies trust held it’s first conference speaking about our experiences moving to a Knowledge Rich Curriculum. We were joined by colleagues from across the West Midlands keen to find out more about our journey, how we approached problems and how we solved them along the way. Throughout the morning […]
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Careers and Post 16 Event for the Amethyst Trust

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  • On March 21, 2018
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On Thursday 8th March, Moreton School hosted the first ever Amethyst Post 16 Careers Event. Over 250 year 11 students from both Aldersley High School and Moreton School were invited to attend to find out about the subject and extra-curricular offerings at the Amethyst Sixth Form, courses available at local colleges, Higher Education degrees at […]
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Congratulations to our Executive Principal, Mrs Davis on becoming a National Leader of Education

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  • On February 16, 2018
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National leaders of education (NLEs) are outstanding headteachers or principals who, together with the staff in their schools (designated national support schools (NSS)), use their skills and experience to support schools in challenging circumstances. In addition to leading their own schools, NLEs work to increase the leadership capacity of other schools to help raise standards. […]
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