A Warm Welcome to
Rudheath Senior Academy

A message from our Acting Head Teacher – Miss Julie-Ann Wilson

At the centre of our culture are two key qualities – Excellence and Kindness. We endeavour to nurture caring, trusting and positive relationships between students, staff, parents and carers, and we make a promise that every pupil will leave here as a resilient, independent and happy individual.

We are clear at Rudheath Senior about our priorities. Firstly, students should be safe and happy. Secondly, the school should offer a wide range of learning activities and opportunities in and out of the classroom. Thirdly, all students are encouraged and supported to achieve their full potential whatever their abilities. Only if the first two are promoted can this third and most important aim be fully realised…

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Curriculum

The curriculum at Rudheath Senior Academy comprises a broad and balanced range and depth of subjects which aim to empower every child to seize their greatness.

Bespoke Pathways

Studying in Year 10 and Year 11 at Rudheath Senior Academy is different from some other secondary schools. Learning is related to the world of work.

Prospectus

Find out more about what makes Rudheath such a special place to learn and thrive. Download our latest 2021 – 2022 prospectus and find out more.

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Our Latest Ofsted Report

This is a good school

Senior leaders, including those responsible for governance, have acted with rigour to overcome the areas for improvement identified at the last inspection. They continue to pursue relentlessly ever-higher standards in teaching and in pupils’ outcomes. Consequently, the school now provides a good standard of education for pupils.

Leaders have an accurate understanding of the school’s strengths and areas for development.
Plans to improve the school are precise and effective. For example, the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is now good. Leaders accurately recognise that some variability remains with the effectiveness of teachers’ questioning and have plans in place to resolve this.

Leaders effectively use the additional funding for disadvantaged pupils. These pupils play a
full role in school life, including taking up pupils’ leadership roles. The current attendance, behaviour, outcomes and prospects for disadvantaged pupils are good…

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