As part of the this year’s S.W.A.T. (School’s Working and Acheiving Together) Launch Day our S.W.A.T. Ambassadors took part in fun and memorable activities around the theme of ‘World War One’. The children explored issues surrounding WW1 through drama, music and dance workshops delivered by specialist practitioner(s).
Working Together As A Cluster of Schools
Our cluster is a ‘Partnership of Schools’ who are genuinely committed to collaborative working, whilst retaining their individual ethos. By working together we strive to create a genuine partnership of that pupils, parents, staff, governors and the local community are proud to be a part of.
In addition to the school improvement programme, all schools within the cluster are encouraged to contribute to one or more of the following:
This reinforces the principle of working together to deliver first-class education.
Benefits of being a member of Schools Working and Achieving Together are:
- Improved Pupil Outcomes
- Enriched Opportunities
- Mentoring and Coaching Staff
- Access for all to a Professional Development Network
- Greater Community Involvement
- Support for Core Services
- Peer Review
- Sharing Best Practice
The SWAT cluster is a diverse group of schools from across East Lancashire. The Ambassadors represent the school at events each term. They also host children visiting from other schools.
Year 3 – Lola-Mai, Ruby and Kaycee
Year 4 – Jack, Gracie and Kieron-Lee
Year 5 – Khia, Lucie-Ann and Bethany
Year 6 – Aimee, Jack and Katerina