Over 850 young Londoners in six academies have been invited to attend a summer catch-up programme to bridge learning gaps caused by lockdown school closures.
The schools, all part of the City of London Academies Trust, are based in Hackney, Islington and Southwark and sponsored by the City of London Corporation.
Year 6 and 10 pupils will take part, studying subjects including English, maths, science, art, and physical education. The programme will help younger children prepare for transition to secondary school and the older students to prepare for their GCSE courses.
The City of London Academies Trust is a leading multi-academy chain trust which runs the City Corporation’s sole-sponsored academies.
The full article is available on the City Matters website.