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BDA Development 7s
Burlington Danes Academy hosted yet another successful late-season rugby tournament this week, with the first ever BDA Development 7s. The year 9 boys were joined on the field by teams from Cardinal Wiseman, Brentside, Twyford and Aylward Academy for an afternoon of fast and physical rugby. The group watched the first match from the touchline as Aylward and Twyford tore strips from one another, setting the bar high for the fierce competition to follow. BDA got off to a good start in their opening fixture against Brentside, with an early try from team captain Kurt Fagyan, but a lapse in concentration and a two-try response from the visitors put the pressure back on. A strong second-half display, which finished with a touchdown from close range for Kaelan Paul, secured a draw at
The plan is for Bentley Wood Trust to oversee the transition for Aylward Primary School into an academy after poor Ofsted results last year. A school that was put into special measures by Ofsted last year could become an academy in an attempt to turn around its fortunes. The chance for parents, teachers and neighbours to submit their opinions on the potential change of Aylward Primary School, in Pangbourne Drive, Stanmore, to an academy, has closed now, and should the decision be approved it could become an academy by April 1. The plan is for Bentley Wood Trust, which run Bentley Wood High School in Bridges Road, Stanmore, to oversee the transition for Aylward Primary School, which received an 'outstanding' rating from Ofsted in but was put into 'special measures' after being deemed to be inadequate by Ofsted in May last year.