We are delighted to introduce the Silver Programme that we are rolling out to those Year 8 students who came into Maiden School in Reading with a level 6 in either Maths or English and the Year 7 students who achieved highly in the Key Stage 2 Maths and Reading tests. This is one strand of our provision for the Most Able students in the school.
The Silver programme provides students with the opportunity to help them become independent high-order learners. We will be holding workshops over the course of the remainder of the school year, which will enable these students to be challenged beyond the classroom and enable them to reach their highest academic potential.
The programmes for Year 7 and Year 8 (2016 -2017) are available by following the links below:
The programme for the 2015 -2016 workshops can be found HERE.
We are very pleased to have so many students participating in this programme and we are certain that it will be a very rewarding and enriching experience for them all.
Mrs Sutton Mr Harrison Mr Johnson
Silver Programme Co-ordinators. Deputy Head Teacher.
As the programme unrolls we will post reports and reviews of the activities undertaken by our students. Prannoy has written an article about the Judaism talk which took place on 4th November which is available HERE
We have come to the end of a very successful Silver Programme. All of our students have worked conscientiously and have enjoyed taking part in this scheme.
The sessions have been very enriching offering plenty of opportunities for the students to broaden their knowledge and to stimulate their minds.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of those teachers involved in making this programme so successful. They have given up their free time to share their interests, knowledge and expertise, to provide the students with another extremely rewarding extracurricular activity.
If you have a child in Year 5 and you are considering which Secondary School they should attend from September 2018, please join us at our Open Evening on Monday 10th July.
There will be a change of menu for school meals on Thursday 25th May because it is Africa Day.
The main course will be Chicken a la King which is a curry with white mushroom sauce and peppers. Dessert will be Malva Pudding, an apricot sponge of South African...