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          05/03/20

          The children were eager to enjoy the film and celebrate. A great event //t.co/qzAtYN0YJz

          05/03/20

          Reception joined Year 5 for reading today. It was wonderful for everyone to hear about our book choices! //t.co/9l7y16gGRq

          05/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA - English

          A wonderful morning celebrating with our Year 7 and 8 students reading along with Year 4 and 5. Favourites included Harry Potter (of course), Roald Dahl and some non-fiction titles such as Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls //t.co/fWak5OIMtT

          28/02/20

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          Wow! We have just reached 100,000 stories shared on our Share-O-Meter! You lot are AMAZING! There’s still time to register and help us reach our goal of one million stories shared by schools and families across the country. JOIN US //t.co/W4iPl0O6bJ //t.co/GvP6wsewQc

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          Never stop learning //t.co/aVh0Xi3AYQ

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA - English

          Our very own Ms Cradduck discussing SCHOLAR and what Social Awareness looks like in our school and curriculum //t.co/xkET8PB4uo

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA Science

          a great start to this years staff conference, a really useful & informative keynote from . Lots to think about and great practical ideas given to help improve our practice

          28/02/20

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          No conference could happen without the people working behind the scenes. //t.co/rEURw3z1wc

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          Brilliant fake news awareness workshop by Mr Kiernan //t.co/CTF12b6NRe

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          An outstanding worksop by Ms Keys and Ms Ablett Jackson on the importance of oracy in learning //t.co/dzBAYB15PT

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From MissNKeys

          Excellent session on the importance of Cultural Capital and where we are already applying this across curriculums; but areas of focus to ensure we are helping to form well-rounded, inclusive individuals. //t.co/4CQ15g5K8O

          27/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA PE dept

          Huge well done to our primary students who took part in another cross country event on Tuesday!! Fantastic effort by all!

          27/02/20

          Thank you to and staff for helping the children have a great evening //t.co/wzyJahRpGa

          26/02/20

          Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

          We’re so excited to announce that our friends at have launched their Share A Million Stories campaign with a special edition of the Beano comic. It’s out TODAY! 📚😀 //t.co/NwqMQbEBPb

          26/02/20

          Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

          DID YOU KNOW that the World Book Day £1 books are available in braille, large print & audio, thanks to support from & ? The £1 book tokens are valid from Thursday 27 February – Sunday 29 March 2020, so don't forget to swap it for a book during WBD month. 🙌📚 //t.co/jgn0ouUbtf

          25/02/20

          Teachers showing off their pancake flipping skills in assembly this morning 🥞 //t.co/MQvMVQarKG

          14/02/20

          Well done to everyone for a great start to 2020, especially to all the staff and children for their hard work. Have a great half term break!

          14/02/20

          Nothing like Year 4 testing their ear defenders listening to Baby Shark - the metal version! //t.co/aRts5rbLkb

          14/02/20

          Year 4 were testing the sound insulating properties of their ear defenders with the help of . //t.co/cstGtGLJR3

          14/02/20

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          Number exploration in Year 2. The children showed what they know about the numbers they chose //t.co/y2U6LRZdf5

          14/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Maths

          Year 2 used their iPads to collect and present data //t.co/Eilo5Ma07Q

          14/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Maths

          Come and test out your money knowledge in Year 3. //t.co/hrc27xhzyz

          12/02/20

          A great challenge was set for us by and we accept it! Let’s rock out!!! //t.co/Q5aPiKr15t

          12/02/20

          Pupils from Years 4-6 enjoyed probability games created by Year 10 pupils. It was a great opportunity for them to learn and have fun. //t.co/jgPSzDZIav

          12/02/20

          Boom Whackers Club in action this morning. //t.co/JSYPhoUdRG

          12/02/20

          We have introduced into Year 2 to support their fluency in maths. The children in Yellow Class were successful and loved challenging themselves to improve their scores and knowledge. They can continue this learning at home and we can’t wait to hear about it! //t.co/i0FxBeXIGx

          12/02/20

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          11/02/20

          Year 1 took inspiration from Kandinsky and used different circular shapes to produce art pieces //t.co/Eui2Uw3ikf

          10/02/20

          EYFS were able to put their maths learning into action looking at spheres and segments - they also enjoyed eating the tangerines they used to help them afterwards. //t.co/OtFHuRLMAZ

          10/02/20

          Cambridge Class News on volcanoes //t.co/6dJ2OugaI2

          10/02/20

          Lots of learning being shown in the news reports from Year 6 //t.co/MoqHUXfHvp

          10/02/20

          Cambridge Class up next with their Volcano reports. //t.co/5YV7b0Axfa

          10/02/20

          Year 2 can tell you a lot about Euclid. //t.co/VaCWWnjr2J

          10/02/20

          Year 2 were eager to share their learning about their focus mathematician John Venn. They even put some of his work into action in their own maths learning //t.co/4T8DuuWqzN

          10/02/20

          Year 4 were amazed to learn of the work of Alan Turing during the war. They went on to create some codes of their own. //t.co/KwhUl0OZcw

          Vision and Values

          Central to the vision of the new Samuel Ryder Academy is the shared belief of the entire community that all young people have the right to a transformational educational experience, that will enable them, no matter what their starting point, to fulfil their potential and realise their ambitions.

          The values of the Samuel Ryder Academy (SRA) are summed up in the acronym ACE: Achievement, Care and Excellence. The ACE acronym underpins everything that SRA does and provides a secure basis for all SRA strives to accomplish.

          • Achievement in academic, artistic, cultural and other forms with a focus on teaching and learning
          • Care for students, staff and others beyond the Academy community
          • Excellent standards, manners, honesty, personal integrity and uniform

          The vision for SRA is to produce responsible young people, of whom all can be proud, who have achieved more than they ever believed possible and who make a contribution to their local, national and global communities. Most students join the Academy in reception or at Year 7, although others may join the Academy community at different stages. However, no matter what age a child joins SRA they will receive the support and care required to help them achieve standards of which they and the rest of the SRA community can be proud. Pastoral and academic systems will work together to ensure that they receive an education as personalised to their talents and needs as possible.

          SRA is developing the leaders of the future and all students are able to take on leadership responsibilities, such as becoming a Form Representative, taking part in interview panels and leading extra-curricular clubs.

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          There is regular written and spoken consultation about the curriculum, the quality of teaching and learning, pastoral provision and other aspects of Academy life. Students with strong views about important issues such as sustainability and charity are encouraged to join, and even set up, clubs and groups, to help bring about change for the better in the community. SRA sets the pace, in terms of student contributions to educational improvement, as part of its constant drive for excellence.

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