Committed to Excellence
Committed to Excellence
Committed to Excellence
Committed to Excellence
Committed to Excellence
Committed to Excellence

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At the John Wallis Church of England Academy, we are determined that all our children receive an excellent education which leads to real choices in life. We offer our pupils and students an absolute commitment to excellence based on...
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@TJWA_Ashford - Jun 23, 2021
"Creativity is contagious - pass it on." – Albert Einstein. This week's inspirational artists are Miss Finlay's 7J5. After exploring the theme of Monsters, students completed the project with their own little Fabric Monster. Thus, developing their skills in design and textiles. https://t.co/ASAEQylX3Z
@TJWA_Ashford - Jun 22, 2021
Yesterday was the summer solstice which is the longest day of the year. It signals the start of summer (not that you’d know it). What are you looking forward to most this summer? Let us know in the comments below. https://t.co/qO3cqHvQYj
@TJWA_Ashford - Jun 11, 2021
Big shout out to Year 1, 1T and 1S managed to the best attendances across the whole of the Academy’s 65 classes with 100% and 98.9% respectively!
@TJWA_Ashford - Jun 11, 2021
The Grand Prix is Go! This week saw the start of our Attendance Grand Prix. 7 different races-won by the best attendances…how did your class or tutor group do? https://t.co/V0XPb3wOCf
@TJWA_Ashford - Jun 8, 2021
Happy National Best Friend Day. What qualities do you look for in a friend? How do you make sure you are a good friend to others? https://t.co/UNGK3ivWlp
@TJWA_Ashford - Jun 4, 2021
Attendance Grand Prix - Lights Out from Monday! Whose class will win their year’s race? https://t.co/PNVyOzp6XX
@TJWA_Ashford - May 26, 2021
This week's inspirational artist is Katie Goldsmith, Year 13. Katie’s artwork for A Level has responded to the news that domestic abuse increased during the lockdown. After creating a series of paintings, drawings and sculptures she has created a miniature Art Exhibition. https://t.co/ERNVYCmROA
@TJWA_Ashford - May 25, 2021
What is your favourite memory? This could be at school, at home or maybe a special trip you took. Tell someone what your favourite memory is and why and leave a comment below. https://t.co/MBVQU7dGej
@TJWA_Ashford - May 21, 2021
Massive shout out to Year 11 this week! Attendance weekly figures...The top 6 tutor groups/classes in the Academy are all from Year 11 and they are all above 98%! https://t.co/Wds4LfdsAn
@TJWA_Ashford - May 20, 2021
Another from the Art department this week 🎨🖌 Today’s post takes us back to July 2016 when the Year 13 BTEC Art and Design were the worthy winners of a local community competition. https://t.co/ifmUgGcqOH
@TJWA_Ashford - May 19, 2021
"You can't do enough sketches. Sketch everything and keep your curiosity fresh." John Singer Sargent. Drawing is a means of closely observing the world around us, recording what we observe for further enquiry. Our inspirational artist of the week is Crina Paladi, Year 8. https://t.co/YnDQnQBD1Z
@TJWA_Ashford - May 18, 2021
It is a big week in the academy with lots of our students sitting their exams. We all believe in you and the amazing things you will achieve in life. This is one of the first steps towards the future you want. Go get it! https://t.co/ZYsutLqx3S
@TJWA_Ashford - May 14, 2021
Being early is on time, being on time is late and being late is unacceptable Lateness adds up - being 15 minutes late each day leads to over two weeks of education lost. https://t.co/L9ApeDJyET
@TJWA_Ashford - May 13, 2021
Today’s post takes us back to February 2017, when the TJWA Dance Company took part in a performance at https://t.co/Y4wk0Fd2gK Medway. https://t.co/Y4wk0Fd2gK is a national programme which seeks to increase the number of young people involved in dance. https://t.co/h3pTpUeRzx
@TJWA_Ashford - May 12, 2021
After an unpreventable delay, Mr McBeath, Mr Terry, and Miss Meredith were able to present successful participants with their Duke of Edinburgh Award Certificates on Tuesday. The ten students completed four sections at Bronze level. https://t.co/b4EBzCUNDG
@TJWA_Ashford - May 11, 2021
Today’s question to get you talking: If you joined the circus, what would your act be? You could be an acrobat, trapeze artist, fire breather, clown or contortionist. Or would you be the ringmaster leading the show? Chat to your family and friends and leave a comment below. https://t.co/z3RfJxq0F3
@TJWA_Ashford - May 7, 2021
Well done to the following classes, who are averaging over 98.5% attendance this term: 2J, 7CCH, 7KMK, 8LFI and HCR. Big shout to 2J...100% this week!
@TJWA_Ashford - May 7, 2021
Do it again and again. Consistency makes the rain drops to create holes in the rock. Whatever is difficult can be done easily with regular attendance, attention and action. https://t.co/oWqwcATqv0
@TJWA_Ashford - May 5, 2021
We are live on Teams to share the vision of the school. Follow the link in the principal’s newsletter on EduLink.
@TJWA_Ashford - May 5, 2021
Drawing is not what one sees, but what one can make others see ― Edgar Degas This week’s inspiring artist is Ryan-Jacob Cordingley, Year 9. Who created this expressive Owl in a range of materials, for a personalised and expressive response. https://t.co/nYkzeMJbXL
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