RSA Academies is a small and dynamic group of schools. We call ourselves the RSA Family of Academies. There are currently seven schools in the Family who are all based in the West Midlands.
We have a very strong connection to the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, more commonly known as the Royal Society of Arts or the RSA. The RSA has a history of developing ideas and projects to improve people’s lives and set up RSA Academies to work alongside schools also interested in doing the same.
RSA Academies works with our seven schools, RSA Fellows and external partners such as University of Warwick and the Royal Shakespeare Company to enrich young people’s learning and their capacity to achieve.
RSA Academies aims to influence the practice of many other schools through the innovative work we do and to inspire our young people to achieve great things.
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The Secret Gardeners’ Project: impact so far
We are at a point now where we were anticipating drawing The Secret Gardeners’ Project to a close. Silly us! The enthusiasm has not waned, external factors have played an instrumental role and of course, in April, the world is now starting to come to life. Whilst so much
Budding Lawyers Visit Birmingham Solicitors
Budding lawyers from across the Family of Academies were recently invited to an ‘Experience Matters’ open day at Anthony Collins Solicitors in Birmingham. Anthony Collins is a law firm with a clear purpose, to ‘improve lives, community and society.’ Aims which are very much aligned with the RSA.
RSA Academies Newsletter March 2017
Welcome to the March newsletter from RSA Academies – in this edition we have news about the new commitments launched in the RSA schools – one on ‘arts, creativity and cultural education’ and one on the ‘world beyond school’. Find out about teaching tomorrow’s citizens and what citizenship education should