A Warm Welcome
From our Headteacher
Bev Blanchfield, Headteacher
At Co-op Academy Nightingale we provide our children with excellent learning opportunities so that they can all fulfil their potential. We do this by providing a warm, caring and safe environment inspired by the four Ways of Being Co-op: Do What Matters Most; Be Yourself, Always; Show You Care; Succeed Together.
This week’s topic focuses on 'What parents and carers need to know about Among us.'
This week’s topic focuses on 'what parents and carers need to know about Fortnight.'
This week’s topic focuses on ‘What parents and carers need to know about snapchat’. This guide looks at connecting with strangers, inappropriate use and online pressures. It highlights a number of risks such as visible location and contact from strangers.
Pupils at the Co-op Academy Nightingale embody the four ‘Ways of Being Co-op’. Pupils know the four values and talk about them. Pupils are proud of their diverse academy community. They show respect for the many ethnicities, religions and languages spoken. Pupils from each year group are ‘young interpreters’. They support new pupils to understand the academy routines using their preferred language. This helps to prevent new pupils from feeling isolated.
Leaders have ambition for all pupils to access high-quality education. Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and pupils who speak English as an additional language have intensive support to ensure that they can access the curriculum.
Pupils have strong views about the importance of equality. They feel everyone is treated equally at the academy.