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Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick visits Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Primary Academy, Aslockton, after excellence rating



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Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick visited a village school to learn about its highest rating of excellent in its Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools’ review.

Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Primary Academy in Aslockton was inspected in February, 2020, just before lockdown.

Mr Jenrick said: “I was delighted to visit Archbishop Cranmer in Aslockton recently to celebrate their SIMA’s excellent grade for innovative, creative and exemplary practice.

Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick meets pupils at Archbishop Cranmer Primary Academy and its head Mel Stevens.
Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick meets pupils at Archbishop Cranmer Primary Academy and its head Mel Stevens.

“The school children and teachers were great examples of this I am proud of the important role the school plays in its local community.

“The school should be a strong consideration to anyone who has children in the neighbouring villages and Bingham.”

As well as taking a tour of classrooms and facilities Mr Jenrick spoke with children and saw first hand a range of educational opportunities with pupils creating Giacometti Sculptures, preparing work to present as an Anglo-Saxon museum, learning about the Five Pillars of faith in Islam and planning for UK Schools’ Parliament Week.

Head Mel Stevens said: “It was a pleasure to welcome Mr Jenrick to our school and show the excellent work that is being done to make sure our pupils have access to a rich and engaging curriculum, as well delivering an education with character that engages and inspires pupil in a safe and happy learning environment.”



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