OPEN EVENT UPDATE

Our Open Day on Tuesday 7th December has been cancelled due to the government COVID-19 updates and rise in cases.

We aim to deliver an event in the Spring Term and information will be published here closer to the time.

AVA take on the Mini Marathon for schools challenge

Students have enjoyed getting active this half term by walking, jogging, cycling or running in preparation for the London Mini Marathon for schools. Over half the school managed to cover the 2.6 miles and everyone was more active. Students enjoyed spending time in our beautiful grounds and the chance to socialise with each other – benefitting their physical and emotional wellbeing. We are very proud of our students and look forward to more active challenges in the next half term.

I think your school and staff are amazing – you have wowed me!

Parent November 2020

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AVA take on the Mini Marathon for schools challenge

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Read more