Ofsted Visit

SNA graded GOOD by Ofsted

Ofsted report

Parental View

End of Term

Looking forward to next year

Official Opening

SNA opened by Richard Whitehead MBE

Vertical tutor group

Exciting Change for SNA Read More

SNARF

Our reading festival returned

GCSE results

Congratulations also to our Year 11's for their fantastic exam results.

A level results

Congratulations to our Sixth form students in their exam.

FC Porto Trip

Portugal trip - Easter 2019

GCSE changes

GCSE's are changing from 2017 please read the information sheet

Latest Newsletter

Read our latest academy newsletter

 

Business Award

Child Employment Awareness

Please read Nottinghamshire County Council information on the employment of children aged between 13 and 16.

Academy Facility Hire

A new Academy Facility Hire Price List has just been released

Academy Parking

Please park in the two main carparks at the front of reception or the car park next to the tennis courts. Please do not park on the grass or the verges. Alternative parking available on Cropwell Road.

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Enrichment

At the Academy we recognise that students need to develop in the widest sense and not just in the academic sense. That's why we offer a broad range of 'enrichment' opportunities that students are able to take alongside their academic studies.

We have listed below just some of the enrichment opportunities that are available to students of the AcademyPerforming and that can be pursued alongside your main academic studies:

  • Music & drama activities
  • Work experience placements
  • The Athlete Performance Program
  • School Mentoring
  • Street Dance
  • Japanese

 

Opportunities to work in the wider school.

Sixth form students support students in the LIC and help support reading and learning in year 7 lessons. They also play a key role in running and taking part in our school bands and the popular dance academy. They really are true models to their younger peers and have many opportunities to develop their organisational and leadership skills to help prepare themselves for their own future career.

The House Captains play an important role in the life of the Sixth Form and the wider school. Along with the Head of Houses, as role models, they lead charity events, use their initiative to develop inter house ideas, support their younger peers and play an ambassador role in Academy life.

     
Rollo House Captain Aquitaine House Captain Maine House Captain
     
Rollo House Captain Aquitaine House Captain Maine House Captain
     
Rollo House Captain Aquitaine House Captain Maine House Captain

 

Students play a key role in the wider community.

Sixth Form students play a major role in community events. The Radcliffe Carnival and the Old Age peoples party provides great opportunities for the students to use their initiative, organise and lead events. They have been praised for their helpfulness and role in community life.

Opportunities to influenceHouse Captains

With so much experience gained at school, students are always encouraged to use this to good effect by making an active contribution to the Academy. So you can make your own impact by:

  • Standing for House Captain
  • Joining the School Council to influence School developments
  • Responding to school surveys and feedback sheets
  • Making suggestions to the head of Sixth Form