At the cutting edge of innovation

Driving up standards and finding ways to collaborate

Our projects originate from our shared priority areas and we regularly discuss and review how we are doing in relation to delivery against these. They are:

Schools can decide if they wish to participate depending on their own capacity, interest and priority.  Not all schools have to participate in all projects.  Some projects are led by individual schools and some are led by RSA Academies and the RSA.

All RSA Academies, RSA staff, RSA Fellows and partners working on projects with pupils from the RSA Family of Academies should familiarise themselves with the RSA/RSA Academies safeguarding policy.

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The whole experience has helped our development as individuals, building confidence and developing skills relevant to us both as student leaders and in our future careers. The positive experience does not reside solely with the RSA Academy but each of the Academies involved.

Andrew Watts, former Head Boy, RSA Academy, Tipton on the Student Leadership Programme