Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Richard Cloudsley School - Award Winners!

Richard Cloudsley School have won the London Grid for Learning award for 'Application of the London MLE in a Special Needs Context'. The award was announced at the LGfL annual user conference for Secondary and Special Schools on Monday. Headteacher Ann Corbett accepted the award on behalf of the school.
The school was commended by the judges for "showing a clear and extensive vision for use of the MLE to create a 24x7 'virtual school' as an accessible extension to the 7x5 'physical school'. This was supported by rigorous planning and successful practical implementation."
A special mention needs to go to Sean McDonald who has been leading on MLE implementation in the school and has worked incredibly hard to develop its use. We hope to be able to draw on the school's good work with the MLE and share what they have been doing across the borough. Watch this space!
Headteacher Ann Corbett accepting the award from
Antony Moore (Education Director, Fronter UK)
and Brian Durrant (Chief Exectuive, LGfL)

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