Friday 2nd July 2021

Ark Swift Primary Academy continues to be a good school, according to a newly published inspection report.

Monday 28th June 2021

Having grown up in the shadow of Wembley stadium, Raheem Sterling is living his dream as England’s top scorer in this summer’s European tournament.
Paul Lawrence was Raheem’s football coach at what is now Ark Elvin Academy – and he continues to teach the school’s students today.

Monday 7th June 2021

Ark Walworth Academy, situated just off of the Old Kent Road in South East London, is engaging with its community to drive down student exclusions and to create life-changing opportunities for its students.

Thursday 27th May 2021

A panel of experts including the architect of PISA, Andreas Schleicher, joined a lively and wide-ranging discussion at the latest #ArkTalks event about the future of digital technology in schools in the wake of the pandemic.

Monday 24th May 2021

More than 21,000 digital devices have now been delivered to Ark’s 38 schools to meet our vision that every student in Year 3 and above has access to their own Chromebook to support their independent learning and close educational disadvantage.
This latest milestone comes as Ark prepares to hold an #ArkTalks event tomorrow, Tuesday 25 May, at 17.00 on What is the future of digital technology in schools?

Tuesday 11th May 2021

Ark is pleased to welcome a new bursary with Aurum providing two students heading to university this summer with financial support for three years, worth a total of £100,500 (£16,750 a year).

Friday 30th April 2021

Ark Alexandra Academy in Hastings continues to improve, despite the challenges brought by covid-19, according to Ofsted.

Thursday 29th April 2021

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak visited King Solomon Academy (KSA) today to see how the school has been supporting students impacted by the pandemic.
Mr Johnson and Mr Sunak took a tour around the school and joined a Year 7 French class, took part in a Year 9 biology experiment in the science lab and joined a discussion with students in Years 11 and 13.
They also met with KSA Principal, Max Haimendorf, to hear his views on where Government support for school recovery should be focused.

Thursday 29th April 2021

The Children’s Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza DBE, joined Sophia Parker, former CEO of Ark Venture Little Village, and Zareen Roy-Macauley, a former Ark Globe Academy student, for a passionate discussion on “how childhood can be rebuilt after the pandemic”.
Ann Mroz, former editor of Times Educational Supplement, chaired the #ArkTalks event, prompting conversation on the Commissioner’s Big Ask, the growing extent and impact of child poverty, the state of students’ mental and emotional health, and the risk of catastrophising childhood.