Our alternative Christmas tree
We have created an alternative Christmas tree to feature in the Christmas Tree Festival 2021 at Worcester Cathedral.
Our tree is inspired by our investment in digital technology and our commitment to the United Nation’s Sustainability Development Goals.
Achieving a sustainable future
Children from across our schools have created decorations from toilet rolls to promote the need to reduce, reuse or recycle. This is one of many steps we can all take to support sustainability.
Our inspiring curriculum which has Sustainable Development Goals embedded throughout, is one that considers equality, climate change, legacy, clean energy, education and health as key elements of focus that will give our children the start they need to make a marked impact on our world.
Our curriculum is rooted in our vision to teach children to love, learn, live, ensuring our pupils value education and become lifelong learners.
Investing in our pupils
Investing in digital technology is not only great for the environment, as less paper and printing is required, it also saves the school money. Our family of schools benefit from collective purchasing to lease digital devices, meaning schools are able to maximise their budgets and utilise more of the budget to support and improve pupil outcomes.
As educators we have a responsibility to ensure pupils develop important skills to facilitate learning appropriate for the future. In an ever-changing world, digital skills are as important as reading, writing and numeracy.
We have invested in digital devices to support and enhance learning opportunities, streamline staff planning and assessment, enhance curriculum delivery and support pupil progress and attainment.