31 August 2020

Dame Alice Hudson's Blog

This blog captures our historical records of what happened during the school building project. We moved into the new building in September 2020 and Ada Lovelace CofE High School was officially opened by the Bishop of London. You can read more about the official opening here.

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29 June 2020

Building Progress

29th June 2020

The building project remains on track for handover and occupation by the school in September. Following a recent visit by several members of staff a short video was produced which gives a taste of what the building will look like when completed and showing the latest progress…

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22 May 2020

Building Progress

22nd May 2020

Progress on site remains rapid and priority is being given to the completion of the main teaching floors in order to be able to accommodate all 450 Ada Lovelace students in September.

It is really encouraging to see decorating completed in classrooms as well as carpeting,…

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20 April 2020

Lockdown Building update

20th April 2020

We are glad to be able to report that Kier Construction have been able to remain at work during the lockdown, in line with government guidance to the construction industry on appropriate Health & Safety measures.

The teams are making very good progress and some classrooms…

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21 January 2020

Parents Update on Building

21st January 2020

Current Year 7 & 8 Parents joined us for an update on the Ada Lovelace building progress, as well as news of setting up a PTFA and the exciting opportunities for aesthetic enhancements of the building. Read more below.

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18 October 2019

Annexe movement

18th October 2019

Term started with the excitement of moving into The Annexe – a temporary block behind the café area. The Annexe houses all Ada Lovelace tutor groups for morning and afternoon registration, as well as staff offices, but is available to the whole school community for morning…

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16 July 2019

Special Visitiors

16th July 2019

We welcomed a special visitor to Ada Lovelace CofE High School earlier this month. The Right Rev’d Peter Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden started his day with Twyford CofE Academies Trust on the William Perkin site where he toured The Annexe – our new temporary block - with our…

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13 June 2019

June Progress

13th June 2019

We are very happy to report significant progress has been made this month, both in preparing for the new cohort of Year 7 students on the William Perkin site in September and on the permanent site.

As anyone who has passed the Park View site recently on the North Circular will…

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16 May 2019

Ealing Town Hall event

16th May 2019

Some staff, students and governors represented Ada Lovelace CofE High School at an event organised by Ealing Civic Society at Ealing Town Hall on Thursday 9th May.

Professor Ursula Martin, of Wadham College, Oxford and co-author of “Ada Lovelace – The Making of a Computer…

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28 March 2019

Archaeological findings on site

28th March 2019

As part of the planning application for the new school building, a stage 1 written scheme of investigation (WSI) was submitted to and approved by Ealing Council in support of the main planning application. As heritage assets of archaeological interest were identified by stage 1,…

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5 March 2019

Extension at William Perkin

5th March 2019

During February half-term work started on the café extension at William Perkin. Progress is being made thanks to the unseasonably warm weather. Students will have noticed that a large hole has now appeared in the ground as contractors BMR Construction Ltd are digging pilings for…

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8 February 2019

Contractors Progress Report

8th February 2019

An important milestone was reached for Ada Lovelace CofE High School this week. The contractors for the permanent building Kier Construction, took possession of the site on Monday 4th February and have already cleared vegetation and removed the fencing around the old tennis…

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