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Reach Academy is delighted to be part of the Career Ready, an innovative programme which will support our older pupils this year and in the future. Reach has worked in partnership with local schools to establish Career Ready Feltham.
The aim of Career Ready is to support young people to develop their employability skills through experiences and exposure to business environments and professional services. Ten of our Year 12 students are part of the first Feltham cohort.
Support for the project comes from a range of local business, with key partners BP and Quantum Black. In December, the students enjoyed the Career Ready launch event with a visit to the magic circle law firm Clifford Chance. Last week the students have met their professional mentors from BP, the Bank of England, FleishmanHillard and Quantum Black and had their very first one to one mentoring session.
This is the beginning of a year long relationship to help guide them through the very important life decisions they will take in the next twelve months. We are delighted that they have this support.
Get involved in this project and perform at our Festival on the 27th October ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 18 Sep 2018
Delighted that we have been awarded the School Games Gold Award in BOTH Primary and Secondary for last year. A brilliant achievement from Sam and the whole PE team - Andy, Alanah and Rachael. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 15 Sep 2018
WTG Sam and the team x
Congratulations. Keep it up
Come along tomorrow evening to find out more about becoming a Birth and Beyond Community Supporter and supporting new Mums in the community. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 12 Sep 2018
Posted on 05 Sep 2018
We are hiring - we are looking for After School Club staff and Teaching Assistants, as well as an administrator and a business admin apprentice. You even get to hang out with our school dog, Bear!
Find out more at www.reachacademyfeltham.com/join-our-team/vacancies/ ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 28 Aug 2018
Lynne O'Reilly can we have a school dog?!