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The Book Fair has arrived at Cooks Spinney today and will be here until 26th March. It is set up in the dining hall so please come and have a browse. https://t.co/aP79Unc9du


Last Friday, our tag rugby teams were given coaching at Harlow Rugby Grounds at the being of the session and then played against other schools in the area. The students really enjoyed it even though it was cold and windy https://t.co/euhDNVqGpQ


The pirates have arrived at Cooks Spinney searching for treasure https://t.co/PaGT2JRF8M


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We really enjoyed visiting today. The Junior Leadership Team were a pleasure to talk to.


We were treated today to two Spinney Speak assemblies. Lexi & Grace spoke about two of their favourite artists & then Joe assisted Riley who told us all about his cute pet hamster. Fantastic to see the children speaking so confidently in front of the school https://t.co/agnPkrVFBo


Demi and Jasmine kicked off the Spinney Speak round of assemblies for this week. They chose to talk to the school about self-esteem and believing in yourself. Good job girls https://t.co/esAZiWzz9k


Year 4’s acting out a compression wave in science https://t.co/E8A1N0gYnN


A special treat at lunchtime today for Red Nose Day. Delicious! https://t.co/7hsv93Hsdm


Red Nose Day at Cooks Spinney. The children have made a huge effort to dress brightly to raise awareness for Comic Relief https://t.co/GfoKyhuBzz


Today’s assembly topics were dogs and sharks. Well done Olivia, Dawson and Eloise for doing all of their research and being the brave pupils this morning https://t.co/q7YzzRSMlP


To celebrate Science week, we had two scientists who helped the children investigate acids and alkalines https://t.co/420fagevsP


Thank you to our parents and carers for their generous donations to Save the Children. We raised £257 for this very worthy cause https://t.co/KUZl4PubOL


Thank you to ⁦⁦⁩ for these free copies of “We’re going on a Bear Hunt” to celebrate the 30th anniversary edition of this iconic story. Our children will enjoy reading these super-size editions ⁦ https://t.co/LJJ7v4HcsX


Prizes today for the creative efforts of these children on World Book Day last week. A difficult decision as there were so many good ones to choose from https://t.co/mFYyDe2CQu


Well done to Medina and Amber this morning for taking Spinney Speaks assembly sharing their passion for art with the school https://t.co/AXIJSKTTpv


Staff across The Trust receiving their paediatric first aid training today https://t.co/mD0fU9ukiM


The Foxes have 4 new teachers today! The children are taking over helping others understand decimal place value https://t.co/rBCOvRPgMj


Year 6 librarians helping KS1 pupils, https://t.co/tYE9yoykwt


The cheerleading team made up of pupils from years 3-6 were amazing with their performance on Friday and came 2nd overall. https://t.co/KZAGGIEi3W


Inspiring assembly this morning for Cooks Spinney pupils by Paralympian, Richard Chiassaro https://t.co/5qpe0xcDYo


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The Equality Act 2010 replaced all existing equality legislation such as the Race Relations Act, Disability Discrimination Act and Sex Discrimination Act.

We are committed to the promotion of community cohesion at Academy Trust, local, national and global levels, comparing our Academy Trust community to its local and national context and implementing all necessary actions in relation to:

  • ethnicity,
  • religion or belief, and
  • socio-economic background.

In accordance with the values of Burnt Mill Co-operative Academy Trust we pledge:

  • to respect the equal human rights of all our pupils;
  • to educate them about equality; and
  • to respect the equal rights of our staff and other members of the Academy Trust community.

We will assess and  analyse our current Academy Trust practices and implement all necessary resulting actions to ensure pupils are not discriminated against because of their:

  • Sex
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  • Gender re-assignment
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These ‘Protected characteristics’ have been set out in law in the Equality Act 2010.

Burnt Mill Co-operative Academy Trust is committed to eliminating practices, which could result in unfair or less favourable treatment for persons with a protected characteristic.


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