Alderman White School
At Alderman White School, our INSPIRE values (integrity, nurture, success, perseverance, innovation, responsibility, engagement) can be seen in every aspect of our work – we are constantly striving to inspire our students, but find that they often inspire us too!
Students at our school make very good progress. This does not happen by chance, but through staff knowing every young person as an individual, and supporting and challenging them to achieve even more than they think is possible.
Alderman White is a real “community of opportunity for all”. The school has a well-deserved reputation for the quality and range of trips, visits, performances and extra-curricular opportunities available, helping our students to become well rounded, confident young adults.
We are constantly striving to make our school even better and our students and parents play a vital role in this, through our School Council, Parent Forum and Parent Teacher Association. Our school benefits from working closely with the other schools including those in the White Hills Park Trust, and many of our students attend the Trust 6th Form.
We welcome visits to see us in action – please contact the school to arrange an opportunity to visit during the school day.
At Bramcote College, we want the best for all our students and have the highest expectations. Although we recognise how important academic performance is, Bramcote College is about much more than exam success. We develop our young people and place high value on enrichment and on providing learning opportunities that inspire our students both in and outside the classroom. We recognise that every moment in school is a learning moment and that this contributes to the sense of belonging we foster.
We work closely as a staff body and together with students, parents and governors, we ensure that our students make good progress. Our latest Ofsted report states that ‘Leaders are determined that only the best is good enough for pupils at the school. They have introduced an aspirational culture, which pupils and staff have embraced.'
Our strong pastoral care system, rooted in our INSPIRE values, means that we know our students well and recognise how to bring out the best in them.
We are proud of the school we are and excited about the school we are becoming. We are happy to receive visits during a normal school day where you can observe student learning and talk to students and staff about life at Bramcote College. Please call us to arrange an appointment.
Mrs Heidi Gale
The Florence Nightingale Academy
The Florence Nightingale Academy is a successful Primary and Nursery school in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, with a community of over 400 learners from ages 3 to 11.
Our aim is simple: every learner must succeed. Our staff and governors are dedicated to fulfilling that aim and they put every effort into providing our children with first-class opportunities, both in the classroom and through extracurricular activities and support. We also provide varied opportunities for wider provision, both for our pupils and for adult learners in the local community.
Our school vision ensures we enable all learners to fulfil their full potential. We strongly believe children should ‘Laugh often, dream big and reach for the stars’, and this ethos is present throughout our school.
We welcome visits to the school, if you are interested in visiting us please contact our office to arrange an appointment.
Mrs Jacqueline Sainsbury