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          06/03/20

          Cambridge Class were looking at the importance of The recovery position thanks to resources (they even added their own scenarios and dramatic posing) //t.co/od1KEdytAt

          05/03/20

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

          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

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          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

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          14/02/20

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          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

          Green Class had great fun looking at patterns and symmetry using pointilism in their lesson today. //t.co/bUFX7Q194h

          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

          Parent Information

          Code of conduct

          Student Code of Conduct

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          Students have the right to:

          • learn without disruption
          • be free from bullying of any kind
          • feel safe
          • enjoy equal opportunities
          • exist within the school without fear of prejudice of any kind from any member of the community.

          The school community will not tolerate:

          • bullying of any kind
          • any type of violence
          • vandalism, graffiti, or litter
          • cruel or insensitive behaviour
          • possession of or dealing in drugs or alcohol
          • smoking cigarettes
          • misuse of solvents
          • any signs of disrespect from any member of the community
          • arriving late to school or to lessons
          • leaving the school without permission or missing lessons.

          In our school we will try to:

          • respect ourselves
          • respect each other
          • do our best
          • act with honesty and responsibility
          • show ourselves in the best light
          • be polite and courteous
          • enjoy learning
          • participate in all aspects of school life.

          We publish our Student Code of Conduct on our website and in students’ planners and refer to it in our rewards and behaviour management systems.

          EduLink One

          Samuel Ryder Academy uses a portal called EduLink One which provides a convenient and accessible solution for the school to communicate with parents on all aspects of school life and also allows parents to access all information about their child in one place.  

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          What Can EduLink One Do?

          Some of the EduLink One features which parents may find useful are listed below:

          • Absence Reporting - Parents can easily report their child absent from school due to illness. They will also be notified via email if their child is absent from school.
          • Account Info - This screen will allow parents to see general information that we hold about their child.
          • Achievement - Will show parents any achievements awarded to their child.
          • Attendance - Parents will be able to view statutory attendance statistics for their child.
          • Behaviour - This will give parents access to the behaviour records for their child.
          • Calendar - This will be populated with upcoming events, parents’ evening dates and school holidays. If a dot is showing under a date, it means there are one or more events happening that day. Click the date to find out more information.
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          • Contacts - This screen will show parents the contact information we hold on file for them.
          • Documents – In this section parents can find the annual school report for their child.
          • Exams - This will give parents information about any exams their child may be taking. An exam timetable as well as exam entries are displayed.
          • Forms – On occasion we will ask parents to complete reply slips through EduLink One, these are found in the forms section.
          • Homework - The homework screen allows parents to see all of the homework that has been set for their child. The screen also allows parents to swipe through to see homework that has been completed.
          • Messaging - We now communicate with parents via email and push notifications to the app. Parents will receive instant paperless communications into the EduLink One communicator tool as well as to their email inbox. Parents can also use EduLink One to contact their child’s teachers.
          • Timetable - This gives parents a view of their child’s current timetable and will be kept up to date with any changes of teachers, groups or rooms as they happen. 
          • Update Information – Parents can access and edit their contact details and their child’s information and consents, keeping the school up to date with any changes. (Note: This data can be accessed by any parent with Parental Responsibility and an EduLink One log-in).

          Parents' Guide to EduLink One

          FAQs

          How do I get a log-in for EduLink One?

          Parents will have received their username via email from Samuel Ryder Academy.

          If you have not received an email (please ensure your email address is up-to-date with the Academy Main Office) or would like to access EduLink One, please contact us at  SRA Technical Assistance

          Is EduLink One secure?

          All data within the EduLink One software is encrypted and secured using the most up-to-date TLS 1.2 secure encryption technology.

          How can I access EduLink One?

          EduLink One is a school information platform that can be accessed on any device – PC, laptop, tablet or mobile device – via the web browser or via the EduLink One app.

          Once you have received your log in details, you can access the system by entering the school ID which is 'sra' as well as your username and password.

          Links to EduLink One can be found as follows:

          EduLink One Website

          EduLink One is available from Google Play, Amazon App Store and the Apple App Store. Click on the icons below to access the relevant store.

          Appstore Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
          Googleplay Requires Android 4.4 or later
          Amazonstore Requires Android 4.4 or later

          School Lunches

          Our school meals are provided by Hertfordshire Catering.  In Hertfordshire we are extremely proud of our delicious meals and high quality ingredients which go into the food prepared.

          For information about Primary school lunches, please click here

          For information about Secondary school lunches, please click here

          Uniform

          A very high standard of uniform is expected at all times throughout the school day and on the way to and from school.

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          Click here to see School Uniform Price List.

          Parental communication

          Parent Pay

          ParentPay is the web payment service that lets parents pay online by credit and debit card or in cash at PayPoint stores to schools and school suppliers.

          Samuel Ryder App

          We understand the importance of keeping you up to date with the very latest school news, events and information. In addition to the wealth of information available on this website, we have a mobile App, designed to keep you connected, wherever you are. 

          How the App benefits you:

          • Stay Informed of urgent announcements, delivered instantly to your phone.
          • Keep connected with recent news articles, photo galleries and social media.
          • Check term dates, download events to your personal calendar and set helpful reminders.
          • Instantly access the latest letters home and key information in our document zone.
          • Visit school related third party websites direct from the App.

          Easily contact the school using our useful enquiry form or quick contact buttons.

           

          Download the App for free: 

           

          • Visit the App Store or Google Play and search for 'Cleverbox School Connect'.
          • Once downloaded,you'll be prompted to enter our school name.
          • To receive important information and announcements,opt in for push notifications.
          • You're now ready to use the App.

          Technical Assistance

          If you are having any issues regarding Parent Pay, the Samuel Ryder App, or Sims Login, please use the following email contacts for assistance:

          Parent Pay Log in requests:

          Finance@scholarseducationtrust.co.uk

          School App

          App_help@samuelryderacademy.co.uk

          Sims Log in Technical Assistance

          technicalassistance@samuelryderacademy.co.uk

          Parents Evenings

          There is one parents’ evening each year which gives you an opportunity to discuss your child’s progress with their teachers. Appointments are five minutes in length and are made for you by the admin team. Appointment times will then be sent home with your child.

          Parents and Staff Communication

          Please click here to see our protocols for contact between parents and staff. 

          Social Media

          Follow us on social media to see all our news and events as they happen!

          Facebook

          Click here to follow us on Facebook

          Twitter

          Follow our main school account @SRA_StAlbans

          Faculty Twitter Accounts

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          @SRAHISTORY @SRADramaDept
          @SRAEnglishDept
          @SRA_Maths @SRA_RE
          @SRA_Art_ @SRAMediaDept
          @SRA_Technology @SRAGeography
          @SRA_Science @SRA_Library
          @SRA_MFL @SRARugbyAcademy
          @SRA_PE_Dept @music_SRA

           

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