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Keeping up with our team as we expand Aquinas internationally and the UK homeland. We have many exciting things to introduce including new recruiting tools and general news for our candidate's and school's.

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Derby Manufacturing College receive incentive for good behaviour…

: January 12, 2016 12:27 pm s Leave your thoughts

The Aquinas Foundation paid a visit to Derby Manufacturing University College to deliver a bike for the college to use as an extrinsic reward for better behaviour.

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The college are currently monitoring a number of pupils who are having their behaviour monitored. The bike is being offered as an incentive for those who improve over the course of the Easter Term.

The outstanding Individual will receive the bike prior to the Easter Holidays. we look forward to hearing about the improvement of behaviour over the next few weeks and after February half term.

Good luck to all the pupils involved from all of us at the Aquinas Foundation

Berridge Primary Christmas Raffle is a Roaring success!!

: January 5, 2016 2:37 pm s Leave your thoughts

The Aquinas Foundation provided Berridge primary school with two new kindle fire tablets to be used as first prizes in their annual Christmas raffle!

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“I write on behalf of the pupils, parents and staff at Berridge Primary School to express my sincere appreciation for your generous donation of the two Kindles as the children’s first prize towards our annual Christmas Fair. Your contribution helped to make this year’s Fair such a resounding success, where we raised the magnificent total of £1973.00.
This money will be most welcome as it will be used to support the local community in continuing to improve the quality of education and offer a range of experiences for all the pupils attending the school.
So, once again thank you for your generous donation. Hope you have a very happy Christmas and a successful New Year.”

These were the kind words of Simon Staiger and Rekha Sood(Head of School/Business manager)

We have been working with Berridge Primary School for a few years now and continue to support them with their attendance projects and any other areas they need support with. We are very happy that we have helped them raise a fantastic amount of money which will be put to good use helping the school to offer a broader range of experiences for the students.

Christmas comes early for Ellis Guilford School!

: December 24, 2015 12:06 pm s Leave your thoughts

Saturday 19th December 2015 saw Nottingham Forest take on MK dons at the city ground and a group of students from Ellis Guilford were in for a Christmas treat as a reward for good performance at school this term.

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Our Nottingham secondary consultant Max accompanied the group of students/staff members to the game and what a day it turned out to be! Upon arriving at the city ground the adults were treated to a glass of prosecco and the students to a complimentary soft drink. They were then directed to the box and had a chance to browse the programme and team sheets in the build up to the game whilst enjoying a pre match meal.

The students were in their element as some of them had never experienced a live football match. It was great to see their faces as the crowd flooded into the stadium before kick-off and it made it even sweeter seeing everyone sat outside in the cold as they were in a warm, cosy box. The excitement didn’t stop there as the mighty reds went 1-0 within the first 3 minutes! What a start! Ryan Mendes then stabbed in at the second attempt from a Daniel Pinillos cross to double Forest’s lead.

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The staff and students were in very high spirits going in to half time as the reds were 2-0 up. If this wasn’t enough for them, they were then surprised by ex-forest star Robert Earnshaw who spoke with everyone and also answered any questions we could think of.

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It was a great performance from Forest on the day and in the end got the win with the game finishing 2-1. The win moves Forest up to 13th, while MK Dons drop to 21st, just a point above the relegation zone.


Nottingham Forest
•01 de Vries
•02 Lichaj Booked
•05 Mills
•04 Mancienne
•31 Pinillos (Hobbs – 71′ )
•15 Mendes da Graça (Ward – 80′ )
•10 Lansbury
•24 Vaughan
•38 Osborn
•29 O’Grady
•17 Castro Oliveira (Trotter – 84′ )
•18 Trotter
•19 Ward
•20 Williams
•23 Blackstock
•25 Hobbs
•26 Evtimov
•32 Tesche
•Milton Keynes Dons
•01 Martin
•12 Spence (Baker – 76′ )
•05 McFadzean
•06 Kay Booked
•03 Lewington
•14 Carruthers
•08 Potter
•38 Hall
•10 Reeves (Murphy – 63′ )
•09 Bowditch (Gallagher – 77′ )
•28 Maynard
•02 Hodson
•07 Baker
•13 Gallagher
•17 Powell
•22 Cropper
•31 Murphy
•39 PoyetAtt: 19,975
•Ref: Simon Hooper


Attendance project Launched at St Thomas Canterbury School London

: December 22, 2015 5:26 pm s Leave your thoughts

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The Aquinas Foundation have provided St Thomas Canterbury School with a brand New Mountain Bike as an incentive for their Attendance project. They will be running this project throughout the year and whoever receives 100% attendance will get entered into the prize draw to win the bike!

Good luck everyone!

The Aquinas Cup London

: December 22, 2015 5:20 pm s Leave your thoughts

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The Aquinas Foundation recently organised and hosted a football tournament at Burlington Danes Academy London for secondary schools around West London. The schools that took part were;

Kensington Aldridge Academy

Burlington Danes

Phoenix High School

Hammersmith Academy

Elthorne High School

Fulham Boys School

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Aquinas took Junior Hoillett along with them as a special guest, Junior is currently playing for QPR and Canada (international)

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A great day was had by all and the winners of the cup were Phoenix High School!

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Well done to everyone who took part and see you all again next year!!