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Harold Hill primary school achieves Nace Challenge Award

PUBLISHED: 16:00 26 January 2016

Hilldene Primary has achieved the prestigious NACE Challenge Award for excellence in provision for able, gifted and talented pupils.

Hilldene Primary has achieved the prestigious NACE Challenge Award for excellence in provision for able, gifted and talented pupils.

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A primary school has achieved an award for being able to challenge gifted and talented pupils.

Hilldene Primary School, Grange Road, Harold Hill, was the 358th school in the country to receive the Nace Challenge Award which is given for high quality work in continuing to help children strive.

Assessors for the award judged the school by observing lessons, interviewing pupils and teachers as well as looking at children’s work.

The school managed to impress with their strong leadership and support for the pupils.

Georgina Delmonte, headteacher of the school, said: “I am extremely proud of the whole team at Hilldene.

“Receiving the accreditation is fantastic recognition of the journey we are on in raising expectations, aspirations and standards throughout the school.”


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