Welcome to Tudor Grange Academy Redditch

RT @YourSchoolGames: Next week we will be launching the School Games Active Championships, powered by @TopYaSports. Watch this space to fin…

Well done everyone! So proud of our TG community https://t.co/BjzfIdjwkd

No children in today so we loaded the car up with our science equipment and drove to Worcester County so they can d… https://t.co/nuD53MZ0fK

Zoom seems to be a popular way of keeping in touch. Make sure you know how to keep safe online with the following g… https://t.co/xoc4jdqujs

It’s a beautiful day here at Treetops (our small school key worker provision). We hope you’re enjoying the Easter b… https://t.co/pOc8PN3H9k

My message to parents earlier this week was clear. You are all doing an amazing job! Take time over Easter to rest… https://t.co/Jgib2EszEO

A thank you from Gavin Williamson to everyone supporting children and young people during this time. https://t.co/ns1BurGk11

Advice from UCAS for our Year 13 students https://t.co/bhvNyLLUi1

The government have issued a letter to students regarding A level and GCSE results. We will send this out to all st… https://t.co/HqxHM4QskM

Just sorting through our science equipment so that we can donate safety glasses etc to our brilliant NHS!

From everyone at TGAR we miss you all and can’t wait to see you again. Please switch off and relax over Easter! Jus… https://t.co/TeYF1dfi2c

Remember to cheer at 8pm! We all will be! Proud of everyone.

RT @Georgie_R_Hart: This April, #parents & #teachers can help children learn about kind acts. The #PowerOfKindness calendar from @BritishRe

RT @GamesRedditch: Redditch Schools PE Home learning activities - taken from ideas from YST #stayhomestayactive #StayInWorkOut https://t.co…

A little film from TGAR staff to show you how much we are missing you https://t.co/YUZesE3z97

Many students across Worcestershire have left school a lot earlier than planned due to the to the Coronavirus pande… https://t.co/GJaNVIiWUe

April action for happiness

Loving all the fabulous work in week 2! Well done everyone- keep it up!

We’ve sent out information today on the new government voucher scheme. Please check your texts. https://t.co/kAw9riM7Tl

We hope you all had a restful weekend and are ready for week 2. Remember we are all here ready to help!

Check out the CSW School Games A-Z Challenge‼️ Day 1 - A - British Athletics 👉 https://t.co/2ZgXQSCJJK 👈 Remember… https://t.co/NYjBnlRnEW

Well done on getting through the first week! Now take some time for yourself and your own well being https://t.co/VkZKSwLzer

Further to our text and email yesterday, all those in receipt of free school meals should now have been contacted.… https://t.co/UgxMAxFQwO

Great ideas of ways to exercise at home from Sport England. https://t.co/q895idzbdG. #StayInWorkOut

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Welcome

A very warm welcome to Tudor Grange Academy Redditch. We are a mixed comprehensive 11-18 secondary school with a capacity to serve 1100 students, including a Sixth Form of 250 students.

TGAR opened in April 2014; the Academy is sponsored by its sister school, Tudor Grange Academy Solihull and the trust now consists of six schools, two primary schools and four secondary schools. 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

Principal

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