A PRIMARY school in Formby has been given a commendation for its commitment to providing provision for the brightest of students.
The National Association for Able Children in Education is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to supporting schools and teachers across every aspect of provision for ‘more able learners’ within the context of challenge for all.
Trinity St Peter’s Primary School on Paradise Lane has been announced as the 461st school to be accredited with the NACE Challenge Award.
NACE chief executive Sue Riley said: “Trinity St Peter’s Primary School has worked hard to attain re-accreditation through the NACE Challenge Award. It has shown itself to be committed to developing an environment in which all learners are challenged and supported to be the best they can be.”
To attain the Challenge Award, schools must complete a detailed self-evaluation, submit a portfolio of supporting evidence and undertake assessment by a NACE associate.