Welcome to Reaside Academy – Learning and Achieving Together
I would like to warmly welcome you to our school website.
At Reaside Academy, we are committed to providing our children with the education they need to become confident, articulate, independent learners and thinkers who are ready to take their place in the demanding world of the 21 st century. Through the provision of high quality learning opportunities both in the classroom and outside, we demonstrate our determination to create active, healthy and informed citizens of tomorrow.
Because we believe that all our pupils can achieve well and that everyone has something to contribute to the Academy and wider community, we are committed to meeting the needs of all pupils. However, our priority as an Academy is simple. We seek to provide a learning environment where every pupil will meet or exceed their own expectations.Our aim is to ensure that all our pupil’s achieve their very best, develop a passion for lifelong learning, and are equipped to excel in further studies.
We are proud of the excellent relationships that exist between staff and pupils. Tolerance, respect and understanding are cornerstones for the strong relationships that exist. Parents, Governors and PTA members work in partnership with the Academy, as critical friends, in order to ensure that the young children of our community enjoy the highest standard of education.
We are proud to be a community school which is extremely inclusive. We expect nothing less than exemplary pupil behaviour and we very much believe in the Academy motto “Learning and Achieving together”. Values of courtesy, discipline and respect are important to us and we believe that upholding them will help us to achieve results for all at Reaside Academy.
Mrs Sandra Wiseman
Come and talk to the Headteacher each morning (at the school gate) and at the end of each school day
Overall winners so far are Warwick and Tamworth with 9380 Points
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Cassie McNaught-Davis had read nearly 250,000 works since half term!