Christmas Jumper Day – Friday 15th December
Time to don your best festive woolly on Friday 15th as, here at the Academy, we try to raise money for Save the Children.
We are asking for a £1 donation to wear a festive jumper. There’s no need to splash out on snazzy new sweaters to join in the fun, you could borrow one or bling up an old woolly with a few decorations.
We’ll be turning old sweaters into sparkly new creations in Christmas craft sessions at school so all your child needs to do is bring in an old unwanted jumper (plus a few decorations if you have them to spare) and a donation. There will be a prize awarded to the best jumper, whether made on the day or bought!
On the 14th and 15th of December, pupils will have the opportunity to guess how many sprouts are in the jar for a chance at winning a box of chocolates! There will also be a range of sweet treats available for the pupils to buy as well as a range of other fun activities – all with the aim of raising s much money as possible.
For Further details, click here to view the letter Christmas Jumper Day letter
If you’d like to find out more about Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day, go to https://christmasjumperday.org/
BTEC Mountain Biking Trip to Shugborough 13th and 14th December
Due to the bad weather, for health and safety reasons Shugborough have postponed the above trip until the new year. Students that would have been attending the trip will therefore need to bring in their PE kit as they will be in normal lessons.
Transport Update – Tuesday, 12th December
The following routes will not be running due to the bad weather:-
Route 1, Route 14, Route 9, Route 10, Route 15
Route 11 running from Perton and Codsall only
The Academy will be open on Tuesday, 12th December. Please take care on your journey in.
Click on the link below to see what homework your child should be doing.
Welcome to The Rural Enterprise Academy!
We invite you to experience all that The Rural Enterprise Academy has to offer, including: a brand new campus, an exciting and engaging curriculum and access to all of South Staffordshire College’s Rodbaston Campus facilities.
Our aim is to educate, nurture and inspire future rural entrepreneurs. Whether our students want to work outdoors, look after our planet, or help to feed the nation – we grow talent!
We are sponsored by three businesses: Veolia, the National Farmers Union, and South Staffordshire College who will ensure our students can access the very best facilities, and are well equipped for the future, whether looking to move on to employment, or on to further training including higher education.
The registered address for The Rural Enterprise Academy is:
South Staffordshire College
Tel: 01785 333360
Our Principal is: Lorraine Makin and the chair of the Board of Governors is Mr Graham Morley. They can both be contacted at the above address.
Contact telephone number for the Trust is 01785 333360.
Find out more about the Rural Enterprise Academy partners: