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  • 23/04/21

    MAT Centre Policy 2021

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  • 16/04/21

    Public consultation on redevelopment of Hartshill School

    A public consultation has been launched by Hartshill School in Nuneaton following news that it has secured government funding for a complete rebuild on its current site. Hartshill School, part of the Midland Academies Trust (MAT), is set to benefit from brand new state of the art facilities with wor...
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  • 16/04/21

    Ofsted endorses school engagement with remote learning

    Ofsted has endorsed Hartshill School’s approach to supporting its pupils’ learning during the coronavirus lockdown following a remote inspection of its provision earlier this month.
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  • 11/09/20

    HEATH LANE ACADEMY STUDENTS CELEBRATE GCSE SUCCESS

    Students from Heath Lane Academy in Earl Shilton are celebrating as GCSE grades are revealed today. Around 100 students received grades in over 26 different subjects including maths and English.
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  • 20/08/20

    GEORGE ELIOT SCHOOL STUDENTS CELEBRATE GCSE SUCCESS

    Students from The George Eliot School in Nuneaton are celebrating as GCSE grades are revealed today. Around 158 pupils received grades for over 27 different qualifications including maths and English.
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  • 20/08/20

    THE NUNEATON ACADEMY STUDENTS CELEBRATE GCSE SUCCESS

    Students from the Nuneaton Academy are celebrating as GCSE grades are revealed today. Around 130 students received grades for over 25 different qualifications including maths and English.
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  • 20/08/20

    HARTSHILL SCHOOL STUDENTS CELEBRATE GCSE SUCCESS

    Students from Hartshill School in Nuneaton are celebrating as GCSE grades are revealed today. Around 204 students received grades for over 19 different qualifications including maths and English.
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