Thank you for completing the recent survey. We are grateful for your comments and we are keen to work together in educating your child. Results are overwhelmingly positive and we are responding to the points raised her. We do not always get everything right all of the time, but we are listening and taking on board your comments. We may not respond to all points individually, but all points raised will be addressed in the responses below.
As with any area of school life, we do encourage parents to discuss actions the school takes with us. Staff are keen to speak to parents, please book an appointment if you would like to discuss these comments further.
Please see the results here.
You can download a copy of the letter here.
You can download the vacancy ad here. The Job description is available here along with the personal specification information and the application form.
*Nets practice will involve the use of a hardball. Although we have all safety equipment available, we would encourage pupils to bring their own cricket box. Pupils are more than welcome to bring their own pads and helmet
**The cricket after school training for both key stage 2 and key stage 3 will only run for 3 weeks. The final week of training will be the week commencing 9th May and thereafter fixtures will begin.
Thank you for all of your feedback during our recent Parent Survey. Please find below answers to some of the queries/comments we received regarding our conversion to secondary status.
Secondary Survey responses
More results from our recent survey will be published after the Easter holidays.
Our latest newsletter is now available here.
Pupils and staff at Ridgeway Academy have taken part in various fundraising activities over the years including a recent ‘Mud Run’ for Sport Relief on the school field last Friday which raised over £2,000. This Easter we decided that local families deserved chocolate treats, so the pupils and staff donated Easter eggs to the school and collected over 250 eggs, and on Tuesday 22nd March a pupils made deliveries to two local charities – The Redditch Foodbank and The Salvation Army. Both charities were very appreciative of the donation by the school and food parcels were being made up as we left them as a treat for the children in the families they are currently supporting.
Pupils Names are Olivia Bevan, Jasmine Frost, Ben Dutton, Ellissia Sohal, Ryan Watson-Morris, Cameron Moran & Jasper Harman.
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