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Our Values

Be the best that you can be

Our Values

  • Progress

    “We will provide opportunities and experiences that support the growth and development of each other, enabling us to add meaningful value to ours and others’ lives.”

    Be the best that you can be

  • Respect

    “We will understand and value differences, allowing others to express themselves in order to work together towards common goals, making our community stronger.”

    Be the best that you can be

  • Responsibility

    “We will empower one another to make moral and informed decisions and be accountable for the behaviours and choices we make, choosing the way we respond to life’s events, rather than simply just reacting.”

    Be the best that you can be

 

Our Provisions

 

Welcome from the Headteacher

Across Newham PRUs we continually strive to enable our students to be successful in gaining the knowledge, skills and self awareness which will allow them to aspire towards and prepare for their futures. 

Newham PRUs provide a safe and supported learning environment, motivating and inspiring students to access a broad, relevant curriculum which leads to many of our KS4 students achieving outstanding results in GCSE and other vocational qualifications. Students are encouraged to reflect, understand their personal challenges and when they are ready, to take the reins and apply their skills, knowledge and reflection to create their own successful futures. 

Kirsten MacLeod  |  Headteacher

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 To speak with a senior member of staff regarding any concern or issue, please           contact amal.hassan@tunmarsh.newham.sch.uk 

 SPOTLIGHT ON EXCELLENCE

In July 2022 Newham PRUs (Tunmarsh School, New Directions PRU and Phoenix) were awarded with National Nurturing Schools Award. This was the result of several years of hard work in developing and embedding Nurture Principles and Practice across our schools, and then undergoing a thorough assessment process. Our schools were assessed against a wide range of standards and we have fully evidenced that we implement and embed a nurturing culture that responds to the social, emotional and mental health needs of all our students, and the wider school community. This is a huge achievement that brings pride and positivity to all stakeholders and demonstrates that nurture and care is at the heart of everything we do. 

Nurture UK Assessor's Summary Report

 

Patrick Hutchinson visited Newham PRUs to talk to all staff and students about the worldwide attention he has received after being photographed carrying an injured counter-protestor to safety during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in central London. Patrick's message to the world is one of equality, unity and inspiration #EveryoneVersusRacism

 

Patrick Hutchinson visits Newham PRUs

 

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 WINDRUSH DAY ASSEMBLY

Windrush Day, Newham 2022

A whole school assembly took place this week raising awareness for students and staff of the positive impact the Windrush Generation has made to British society  

Student's at New Directions PRU took part in a creative careers workshop with colleagues from The London College of Fashion. Student's learnt about different career opportunities within the fashion industry and even created their own designer hats

 

Outdoor Challenge Residential visit to Fairthorne Manor

Students from New Directions challenged themselves on a range of outdoor pursuits during their residential stay at Fairthorne Manor. Students showed exceptional resilience, teamwork and a great sense of fun! 

 CAMHS Therapeutic Workshops for students

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: information and support pack

Ukraine-Russia conflict-letter to parents and carers

Ukraine - Russia conflict information and support pack

Parent Carer Newsletter Spring 2022