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Reach Academy was named this week as one of only 100 schools where the poorest pupils made more progress in their GCSEs compared to their better-off peers. The research, published by Impetus PEF and featured in a number of national newspapers, named Reach in third place nationally, and one of only three non-selective schools in the top 10.
The reports quoted Ed Vainker, who said that “Starting from scratch” allowed the school to focus on “powerful relationships” between teachers, pupils and their families. Home visits before the start of term and using teachers’ first names, as well as a team of counsellors available daily for mental health issues, also helped.
The pupils with top scores were “those with rich relationships with staff”, he said.
We continue to be proud of our first GCSE cohort, who are now working hard in Year 12 and beginning to think about what they might study at University.
We are seeking Associate teachers to work in our Primary and Nursery teams - please share widely. Would suit experienced staff in schools or recent graduates seeking a first role.
www.reachacademyfeltham.com/join-our-team/vacancies/ ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 24 May 2018
We were honoured to be visited by Bob and Ann Kirk from the Holocaust Education Trust this week. Thank you for joining us. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 16 May 2018
Such a priviledge to meet Bob & Ann and listen to what they experienced at a very young age back in the 1930s. Quite a humbling account. So much to learn from it.
Huge congratulations to Sam, our Head of PE, who completed the London Marathon in a personal best and has already raised £1,600 for Cancer Research. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted on 02 May 2018
Well done Sam !
Nice one Sam well done ✅
Wow that’s AMAZING!! We’re all proud of you
Well done! Wow!
Well done Sam
Well done Sam x
Well Done Sam, amazing Congrats x
Congratulations Sam 🏅
Well done Sam
Well done Sam that's amazing x
Well done Sam! Inspiration for the pupils!