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New Bewerley Community School marked down by Ofsted

Ofsted has said that New Bewerley Community School in Beeston ‘Requires Improvement’, despite ‘Good’ judgements in four out of five areas. The school was inspected on 20 and 21 September and the report has been published today (17 October 2023). The inspectors praise many aspects of the school describing it

Two South Leeds candidates in the Children’s Mayor election

Voting is open in the election to decide who will be the next Leeds Children’s Mayor and South Leeds has two candidates on the 12-strong shortlist. Elsie from Hunslet Carr Primary School is campaigning on the issue of food poverty, whilst Keyla from New Bewerley Community School in Beeston’s manifesto

Award-winning music education scheme celebrates 10 years in South Leeds

“The school’s In Harmony initiative has a significant and positive impact on many aspects of pupils’ learning and wellbeing” Low Road Primary School Ofsted report, 2018 Over 2,500 children currently given the opportunity to sing and play an instrument during curriculum time every week 1,550 orchestral instruments donated free to

Platinum Artsmark for New Bewerley Community School

New Bewerley Community School in Beeston has just been awarded the Platinum Artsmark rating for their provision of cultural education. And they are the only primary school in West Yorkshire to receive the highest award. The Artsmark Award is a creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England.

Storybook warns children about dangers of loan sharks

A new book which aims to warn children, and their parents, about the dangers of loan sharks was launched on Friday (11 October 2019) at New Bewerley Community School in Beeston. As we reported last December, Leeds City Council’s Dewsbury Road Community Hub was awarded a grant by the England

In Harmony Opera North welcomes new corporate ambassador

“Because we’re from Belle Isle lots of people don’t expect a lot from us, but because we have been given this opportunity, people see us in a different light” – Helen, pupil at Windmill Primary School International law firm Pinsent Masons has announced that it will be supporting Opera North’s

South Leeds schoolchildren take part in Opera North’s Big Sing

Over 1,000 Yorkshire schoolchildren, including pupils from Low Road and New Bewerley primary schools, will be treading the boards over the next few weeks as they appear in the first ever performances of a new piece by Will Todd, one of the UK’s leading contemporary composers. Wonderland Restored was inspired