At the end of term, you were sent a letter reminding you of the standards and expectations of the Academy. A reminder of First days of term arrangements, Wednesday 6th, and Thursday 7th September: Due to the opening of the new building, we will be staggering the entry of students into school to ensure a smooth start to the academic …
Sports Day Record Breakers
Y7 100m Caitlyn 15.34s (previous record set in 2013
Y8 50m Rio 06.59s (previous record set in 2013)
Y9 Javelin Hayden 27.50m (Previous record set in 2013)
Y9 Long Jump Taylor 4.80m (Previous record set in 2016)
Y9 Long Jump Ellie Mae 3.70m equalled record set in 2016
Y7 Javelin – Joel 15.50m (previous record set
Thank you to everyone who collected the vouchers for us. We have ordered the following items at no cost to us:
2 Training tracks
Agility Interlocked Hoops
Ufe Neoprene Dumbbells – 0.5kg
Ufe Neoprene Dumbbells – 1.0kg
Ufe Neoprene Dumbbells – 2.0kg
Ufe Neoprene Dumbbells – 1.5kg
After two weeks, twenty-six competitors and thirty-six nail-biting games, the ‘2017 RSA Academy Chess Tournament’ Grand Final took place this morning.
True to form, our two Chess Tournament finalists, who had each overcome five previous competitors, locked in intellectual combat for an intense, hard-fought game.
After an initial bought of caginess, followed by a flurry of attacks, Josh
Last Friday, year 10 RSA Academy dance students were visited by Fidgit Dance company for a short performance and workshop. Students took part in a 2 hour contemporary dance class that explored physicality and stamina through performance and had the chance to work closely with the artists who are currently attending Brighton University. RSA Academy students were treated to a …
Parents can ensure that you allow extra travel time, particularly during exam season.
Highways England who will be carrying out forthcoming works on the M5 Oldbury Viaduct (details attached).
Building on the success of the trip to Kidzania and the Cool Careers Interviews to support our Year 8’s with their option choices, Year 8 had some further expertise offered when the Academy hosted a Careers Fair. The aim of the fair was for students to actually have the opportunity to speak to real employers about their businesses and gain …
On Thursday 16th February, eight girls, ranging from year 7 to year 9, took part in a rugby taster session. The girls showed a great attitude to learning something new and were very keen to take part in further rugby events. Tackling (which was contact) was a particular favourite of theirs.
ANNIE SELLS OUT! On February 1st and 2nd over 100 students took to the stage in the Academy’s theatre for two spectacular sold out performances of Annie. February 1st saw Jamie-Lee Smith take the lead as Annie and lock horns with Charlotte Sennett’s Miss Hannigan. Matthew Flavin and Rachel McCadden teamed up to play lonely Billionaire Oliver Warbucks and his …
As part of the Cool Career project, to assist year 8’s in making their option choices, they took a visit to Kidszania in London, these are Mia’s, Summer’s and Isabella’s notes:
We arrived in London, for our exciting trip – to have life experiences dealing with money, jobs, health and other concerns of adult life. During this experience, we have