Residents and organisations across Shropshire are being invited to give their views on what more the council can do in light of its financial challenges due to ongoing cuts in government funding. Get involved in the Big Conversation The call out is part of Shropshire’s Big Conversation which launched in 2015 to better understand which services people value most and where the council should prioritise its budget.
Worcester Road Campus – Year 9 Survey Happy New Year to you. I hope you had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year holiday. Thank you to everybody who returned the Year 9 questionnaires. We had a total of 33 responses, with 79% (26/33) wanting their children to stay on the Worcester Road Campus. 7 responses expressed a preference for their child to be educated on the Corndon Crescent Campus.
Please click here to see Consultation to Reduce Pupil Admission Number Please click here to see notice to Parents/Carers regarding School Admission Arrangements for 2018/2019.
June 2016 Dear Parents/Carers, It gives me great pleasure to write to you as the Head of the new Shrewsbury Academy for September 2016. I am joining you having been the Acting Head at Sundorne School since November 2015 and prior to this, a Director of Teaching School in Greater Manchester… (read more)
I am writing to you to summarise some of the key information shared with parents at recent parent meetings at both The Grange and Sundorne Schools. Please find below key dates relating to specific milestones and Year groups… Read more in Letter to Parents re Year group clarification
Our Academy is hosting an open evening for all parents of current Year 6 children applying for a secondary school place in September 2016. The event will take place on Wednesday October 7 at the Corndon Crescent campus, between 6 – 8pm. It is your opportunity to ask us questions, meet the Academy team and discover more about our fantastic facilities. In addition, we are extending an open invitation to... Read more...
Our students continue to make us proud and this year’s crop of GCSE candidates were no exception. A total of 110 students received their GCSE results at Sundorne School and Sports College (now Corndon Crescent campus) and yet again pupils made excellent progress, particularly in the core subjects of English, Maths and Science. In both English and Maths, more than 60% of students gained A* – C grades, with 75%... Read more...