RSA Academies was founded by the RSA, the royal society of arts, manufactures and commence, to sponsor schools.
We sponsor individual schools and a multi-academy trust, for pupils aged 3-19, to provide an inspirational and creative education of distinct character. Our schools are all in the West Midlands. Along with a strong commitment to high academic standards, RSA Academies works with schools to prioritise and promote the arts, culture and creativity; connect children to, and prepare them for, the world beyond school; focus on social and emotional wellbeing; and encourage teachers’ creativity.
Our schools also work together as the RSA Academies’ Teaching School Alliance.
Our founder, the RSA, is committed to a future that works for everyone. A future where we can all participate in its creation. The RSA has been at the forefront of significant social impact for over 260 years. The RSA’s proven change process, rigorous research, innovative ideas platforms and diverse global community of over 30,000 problem-solvers deliver solutions for lasting change.
The impact of exam changes on students explained
It became apparent early on in this pandemic that exams would have to be cancelled. The Government boldly promised that no child would be at a disadvantage. The announcement that a school’s historic exam performance will play a role in how grades are standardised has raised concerns that the
Recruiting: Governors and Chairs of Governors
Are you enthusiastic about education and offering the best life chances to young people? If so, the Central RSA Academies Trust has a number of vacancies and is seeking high-calibre, committed Governors and Chairs of Governors to strengthen its Local Academy Governing Boards (LAGBs). The Central RSA Academies Trust
The impact of Covid-19 on early career teachers
Most of the discussion on the impact of school closures has focussed on pupils, rightly so. But there is another group of learners in school who have been disrupted. Teachers. Every year there are almost 30,000 new entrants into teacher training programmes. Most of these eventually go on to become