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Macmillan coffee afternoon raised £350.00 Thank you for your support!
STOP PRESS: Kings Rise Academy has been acknowledged for its ongoing efforts to ensure all pupils make progress. The school has won a local award in the key stage 2 category of Pupil Premium Awards 2016. Click here for further details.
Welcome to Kings Rise Academy, a school where the pupils are at the heart of all we do and all the staff are committed to meeting the needs of every child. We have high expectations of our pupils, taking pupils from the years of 3-11 (Nursery to Year 6) on a journey, preparing them for their next steps in learning and life. We encourage each child to believe that they can achieve success, develop a lifelong love of learning, be independent, confident and have a healthy respect for themselves and others.
We have a well-planned curriculum that focuses on the structured development of basic skills within a broad and balanced thematic programme. Learning is meaningful and enjoyable through activities that are tailored to meet the needs of all our pupils, with lots of additional enrichment opportunities.
We firmly believe the education of each child is best achieved through a close partnership with parents and carers. We aim to make parents feel welcome in school and update them regularly through weekly newsletters, curriculum workshops, parents’ evenings and celebration events. A close partnership between parents and school, we believe, is fundamental for achieving the best education for all pupils.
OFSTED, July 2014 judged our school to be outstanding. The pupils, staff, parents and community are extremely proud of this recognition. Safety, behaviour, teaching, learning and leadership remain prioritised for ensuring our high standards are constantly challenged. Visitors to school are always complimentary on our pupils’ behaviour, good manners and attitude towards both learning and developing themselves.
The staff and I look forward to welcoming you and your family to Kings Rise Academy, where we hope we will build a strong partnership and develop together caring, responsible young people, proud of their school, achievements, community and environment.
Mrs L. Noonan
I am the Executive Principal of the federation of Kings Rise, Rough Hay and Croft Academies.
I am delighted to be able to tell you that all 3 academies made progress and continued to improve from the previous year. I am committed to continue this improvement and improve outcomes for the children and families across the federation.
From 2014 to 2015, the percentage of pupils achieving a level 4 in reading rose by 13%. This was also seen in writing, with an increase of 11% and also a 6% increase in the number pupils achieving a level 4 in maths .
Congratulations to all children, parents, staff and governors!
Mr. Paul Edgerton
We wish all of our families a restful half term break.
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm @ Junior Hall
5G (Mrs Goode) will be leading an assembly about Remembrance for their parents and the remaining Key Stage 2 classes.
Pupils will be focusing on the topic of anti-bullying during their lessons this week.
Kings Rise Academy @kingsriseacadem
18 Jul Year 6 are making final tweaks to their leavers production ready for parents to see over the next two days! #proud https://t.co/5TTU6LboLO
5 Jul We have had a great day at Weston!! The sun was shining and everyone was happy 😊 https://t.co/LhYPwnVFQa
5 Jul Can you see the sea?? We are nearly at Weston Super Mare!! #wholeschooladventure https://t.co/b0aZw2KP3e
1 Jul Year 6 are very excited to see Gangsta Granny at the Alex Theatre today as a reward for their hard work in SATs!! https://t.co/HcQPxVH0tE
21 Jun RT @MrSandersRHS: @RoughHay We're here! 😀 https://t.co/nkodJXv4kO