Welcome to our School I am delighted to welcome you to Ridgeway Academy. We are committed to providing an excellent education equipping your child to achieve their best academically, grow personally, and prepare for a successful future. We work hard at Ridgeway Academy and our expectation is that everyone endeavours to do their best in all that they do. The very highest standards of conduct, respect, effort and personal attainment are our goal for all members of our school. We are a caring and well-disciplined school and our key aim is to ensure that all students realise their potential. We are a happy school, with an energetic and talented staff committed to the achievement of our young people.
How Sir Nick Faldo went from Welwyn Garden City to golf's world No. 1 - despite starting at 14
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Snowdon was born on 23 January to insurance salesman Nigel and hairdresser Lydia Snawdon. She has two younger sisters, Joanna and Lesley Anne. She auditioned for the Minipops. After gaining too much additional height, and after her parents split up when she was 17, Snowdon stayed in London and worked briefly as a dance and yoga teacher.
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It is located approximately 19 miles 31 km from Kings Cross , London. Welwyn Garden City was the second garden city in England founded and one of the first new towns designated It is unique in being both a garden city and a new town and exemplifies the physical, social and cultural planning ideals of the periods in which it was built. Howard had called for the creation of planned towns that were to combine the benefits of the city and the countryside and to avoid the disadvantages of both.
Damning statistics, tabloid headlines and a government's apparent failure to stick to its word: the furore around the sell-off of the nation's sports fields refuses to go away. But John Matthews, of the Physical Education Association which represents PE teachers, says it is not a major concern for his members: "If it were so commonplace they would be on the phone asking the association to intervene. Sue Campbell, chief executive of the Youth Sports Trust and sports adviser to ministers a role which Michael Parkinson, writing in the Telegraph recently, suggested might involve "selecting which playing fields were sold off to supermarkets" , declines to rise to the bait.