Achievement for All
The education system is struggling to meet the needs of one in five children and young people. The Achievement for All Schools Programme helps schools, early years settings and colleges to achieve, aspire, ensure access for all and accelerate progress regardless of background, challenge or need.
We are delighted to announce that we are working in partnership with Achievement for All – a not-for-profit organisation which aims to raise the achievement of all pupils.
About Achievement for All
Founded in 2011, the mission of Achievement for All is simple: to close the unacceptable gaps at every level of the education system. Empowering young people, as well as their teachers, parents and carers, the charity works to transform lives through personal coaching, professional support, and a leading network of educational experts.
What does this mean for Axminster Community Primary Academy?
As an Achievement for All school, Axminster Community Primary Academy's target is to dramatically enhance the goals and outcomes of their pupils. Working with our Achievement for All coach, we will address the issues faced by children and staff, changing lives for the better through the four key areas of:
At Axminster Community Primary Academy, we strongly believe that children make progress if we all work together. As part of the programme, some families will be invited to come into school for an information discussion with their child’s teacher to discuss how we can work together to develop potential.
The school champion for the programme is Mrs C Kew.
The school term will finish on Friday 17th July 2020 and children are expected to return to school on Monday 7th September.
We hope you have a relaxing and restful summer holiday.
05 Mar 2020
Little Acorns have been celebrating World Book Day. The children were very excited to join the older children in school for assembly and see all the other children dressed as their favourite book char...
19 Nov 2019
Year 6 enjoyed a fun-filled day of Ancient Greeks led by Martin. They learnt about the history and difference between Athens and Sparta including how Athens was a democracy and Sparta was an oli...
11 Nov 2019
Every Thursday morning our Year 6 class are joining Miss Ashby at the Axe Valley Academy for cello lessons.
11 Nov 2019
On Thursday 7th November, the second of this year's RI Maths Masterclasses was held at Mrs Ethelston's Primary Academy. During the afternoon, Year 6 children from across the Multi Academy Trust...
10 Jul 2019
On Thursday 27th and Friday 28th June, some of our Year 6 children experienced a canoeing taster day organised by the Axe Vale Canoe Club in Axmouth. They enjoyed paddling up the river beyond Axmouth,...
05 Apr 2019
05 Apr 2019
Colyton Grammar School Science Department came and did a workshop called 'Fabulous Friction!'. Since then, Year 5 have worked hard on their own projects and we now have two entries for the science fai...
05 Apr 2019
A World War One soldier visited for Year 5 and 6 to show them what it was like to live during this time.
11 Dec 2018
Forest School – a day at Magdalen Farm! On Thursday 6th December, Miss Mayes and Mrs Kew had the pleasure of taking six children to Magdalen Farm for a Forest School day. The purpose of th...
15 Nov 2018
Chidren from Axminster Academy, Mrs E's and Chardstock all came together to lay tributes to the 68 men, from the parish of Axminster, who died in WW1. A wonderful service included readign fromthe chil...