Welcome to Tudor Grange Academy Redditch

Meet Willow our new therapy dog who has taken over from Ozzie who is now semi-retired! Thank you to Ozzie and welcome Willow!

Another amazing show tonight at TGAR. Congratulations to everyone involved in Fame, brilliant! @ArtsTgar Well done Mrs Wright 👍


Wishing you all a Happy Easter!

TGA Redditch

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Welcome to our amazing school community. Have a look at our virtual school tour to see why we are so proud.

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A very warm welcome to Tudor Grange Academy Redditch. We are a mixed comprehensive High School admitting students to Year 9 through to Year 13. We have a specialist autism base on site ‘Treetops’ which admits students from Year 7.

Tudor Grange Academy Treetops is a bespoke specialist provision for children with an EHCP stating a primary need of complex social communication and interaction difficulties including autism.

The Trust, as at September 2021, is a Trust of eleven schools: five secondary, one all through academy and five primary academies. The core vision of the Trust is to develop a Multi Academy Trust of four self-sufficient geographical hubs: Solihull, Worcestershire, Warwickshire and the East Midlands.

The former Principal of Tudor Grange Academy Worcester, Mrs. C Maclean, has now become the Executive Principal for the Trust overseeing all schools.

It is my privilege to take on the role of Principal at Tudor Grange Academy Redditch and it is my firm belief that every student deserves an outstanding education and should be at the centre of everything we do. Our core purpose is to raise their aspirations and ensure that all our students have the best educational experience possible. As such, the Academy has high expectations of behaviour and standards, placing great emphasis on pastoral care and very close links with parents. Our small community allows students to thrive, allowing for successful learning and a place where students feel safe, confident, respected and valued.

We pride ourselves on our community and our college system allows for all students to feel part of a smaller community within the Academy. We aim to instil in every student the behaviour, aptitude and ability to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world. Our college systems allows students to not only actively work and support their school community but to support the wider community with fundraising activities every half term.

We are committed to the continuous improvement of our provision and firmly believe in our community working together. As part of this commitment, we run weekly drop in sessions for parents with college leaders and a weekly ‘Meet the Principal’ session every Thursday.

Our school is staffed by a team of fantastic teachers and support staff, who are committed to learning and ensuring the very best opportunities for our students. I hope the website gives you some idea about our community and the opportunities we have to offer. I would encourage anyone who would like to visit to do so.

We look forward to welcoming you to our community and meeting you.

Mrs. J. Bolter


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