TREAT – 6th Sept
This week’s newsletter is now available:TREAT 13th Sept
Transport – September 2019
Monday 9th September on wards
Some routes have been recently amended. The updated routes will be available on South Staffordshire College’s website from 1st August. https://www.southstaffs.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Bus-Routes-2019-2020-1.pdf
Students will receive their bus pass during the first week of term. After this, a strict no pass, no travel policy will operate. Students MUST have their bus pass with them every day.
For further details, or any queries, please call the transport department on 01785 710598
National Book Tokens
Each year, National Book Tokens give away £5000 worth of books to a nominated school. Any school can be nominated and anybody can nominate a school so we’re asking parents, staff, students and friends to nominate The Rural Enterprise Academy to be in with a chance to win this amazing prize. If your entry is picked, not only will TREA receive the National Book Tokens prize, you will also receive £100 of book tokens for yourself.
You can nominate TREA by clicking on the following link https://www.nationalbooktokens.com/schools
The prize draw closes on 31st July and the winner will be announced at the start of the new school year in September.
Site Access – updated 21.12.18
From January, permanent access to the site for visitors will be via the Wolverhampton Drive entrance only. There will be 2 barriers in operation along the drive. The first barrier will be opened during peak times to allow the flow of traffic. The second barrier will remain as it is. Outside of peak times, visitors will have to use the intercom to gain access to the site.
Admissions Consultation for September 2020
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: