Welcome to the Rural Enterprise Academy.
As the Principal of the new Rural Enterprise Academy, I would like to welcome you to our website. Here you will be able to find out everything that is happening at the Academy, including forthcoming events and the latest news, together with helpful information for learners and their parents/carers.
We have recently moved into the first phase of our new Academy building, staff and students are delighted with the quality of our environment. Next spring the second phase will be completed; this will include an additional suite of teaching rooms as well as a sports hall. Sited in the grounds of South Staffordshire College there can be few schools in the county that enjoy a more beautiful environment. Wherever possible students take advantage of the excellent facilities from the zoo to the land.
If you would like to know more please come to one of our open events where you can meet staff and current pupils.
Transport – September 2019
It is imperative that application forms for next year’s transport are returned to the transport department before the end of term and deposits paid by 16th August to guarantee a place on the bus.
Wednesday 4th – Friday 6th September
As it only Academy students travelling, temporary routes will operate for these three days. Please check the Academy website on Tuesday 3rd September to view the temporary timetable.
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/about-us/rodbaston-campus/
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
The Rural Enterprise Academy is currently consulting on a proposal to become part of the Penk Valley Multi Academy Trust. Details of the proposal, including how interested parties can make representations, can be found by following this link:
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
Revised bus timetables from 10th September
Due to increased number of college students, the college transport department have had to revise the published bus timetables.
The revised timetables come into effect from Monday 10th September and can be viewed by clicking here: revised bus routes Sept 2018
Many routes and times have changed so it is advisable to check carefully.
For queries regarding these changes, please contact the transport department on 01785 710598.
Latest edition of TREAT
Take a look at this term’s edition of TREAT (our termly newsletter) for an insight into some of the exciting things that have been happening here at The Rural Enterprise Academy.
To view TREAT click here TREAT July 2018
Our Ofsted Report is now available. Click on the following link to access the report The Rural Enterprise Academy Ofsted Report
Holidays in Term Time and Leave of Absence Requests
Fresh talent grown locally. The Rural Enterprise Academy Tours
Is your son or daughter currently in year 8? Do you think they would benefit from new surroundings and a unique curriculum as they progress into year 9? Why not book a tour of the Academy? Please ring Sarah Walker, Business Manager, on 01785 333360 to book an appointment.