A Win For Whitley at the Warwick University Debating Society!
This Monday saw Warwick University Debating Society and their External Affairs team collaborate to put on a EU Referendum Schools Debating event. The event was inundated with bookings and accepted 28 teams of year 7-10 students from 14 schools. The schools were mostly local to Warwick, and included one of our academies, Whitley Academy, who […]See more
Students have their say on the future of Europe
Having difficulties deciding how to vote on Thursday in the EU referendum? Let us help you decide by reading two opposing opinion pieces from students at the RSA Academy in Tipton; Hannah and Megan. Hannah is arguing that the UK should remain in the European Union and Megan that the UK should leave. Hannah […]See more
RSA Academy teacher wins national award
Staff and students at the RSA Academy in Tipton are today celebrating one of their very own teachers being recognised for excellence in education. Earlier in the year, Miss Alldritt was nominated for the Pearson Teaching Awards Teacher of the Year and today, we are very proud to announce that she has won the Silver Award! […]See more
Georgina von Etzdorf RDI and RSA Academy, Tipton
Weather patterns go down a storm at the RSA Academy One of the UK’s leading textile designers, Georgina von Etzdorf RDI is best known for her unique fabric designs. Her work is characterised by an exquisite use of materials, a painterly approach and a dynamic sense of colour. Her fashion and textile products have been […]See more
RSA Academies Newsletter June 2016
Welcome to the June edition of the RSA Academies Newsletter. Read about the exciting projects happening in the Performing Arts Hub like the first Creative Gathering and the vocal music production project. Find out about the new RSA Academies Alumni Network and how we are supporting students to feel confident making decisions about their futures.
There’s also the chance to hear from RSA colleagues who are working with the Open Public Services Network on ‘educating the ‘failing’ 40
percent’. The RSA have released a report about post 16 education that argues schools, sixth forms and FE colleges are not adequately supporting those students who don’t achieve the benchmark for success at GCSE level.
And fingers crossed for Arrow Vale and Holyhead School in the TES Awards 2016.View Newsletter
RSA Academies Sports Day 2016
On Monday 6 June, Key Stage 3 pupils from the RSA Family of Academies competed in the RSA Academies Sports Day. A day designed to bring pupils from different backgrounds, demographics and perspectives together, the event lived up to expectations where after close games and tired bodies, an eventual winner emerged. The day began with […]See more