This year was made extra special as we not only held Arts Day and the Arts Prize, but combined the event with the annual Pupil Design Awards as well.
Blogs and Articles
In a world of Academy governance that is sometimes unkindly described as shadowy, the role of Members is the least understood of all. RSA Academies' Chief Executive Alison Critchley looks at their role, and explores how ...
Roisin Ellison, RSA Academies Programme Coordinator, outlines some of the key themes explored with young people at RSA Academy, Tipton as part of the RSA Citizens’ Economic Council Inclusion Roadshow.
A response to the DFE's 'Schools that work for everyone' consultation, which includes the proposals for the expansion of grammar school provision, from Alison Critchley, Chief Executive of RSA Academies.
Whitley Academy, one of the schools in the RSA Family of Academies, hosted a visit from Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, in a live BBC television event as part of the BBC School Report initiative in September. ...
Georgina Chatfield shares the thinking on a project design process for RSA Academies influenced by delivering the recent RSA Academies Arts Day with 100 young people. Contributions to the thinking are welcomed.
In the recent Budget it was announced that all schools would be expected to become Academies. Alison Critchley, Chief Executive of RSA Academies, gives advice to schools that have not yet been tempted down the Academy route. ...
The response from RSA Academies and the RSA to the DFE consultation on "Implementing the English Baccalaureate".
RSA Academies is committed to supporting students to have the power to create. RSA8 has been a project to help identify and support Year 8 students to become the leaders of tomorrow.
On 1 January 2016, two new schools, Abbeywood First School and Church Hill Middle School, both based in Redditch, joined the RSA Family of Academies, expanding the Family to seven schools.