|AM Registration||08:45am – 09:05am|
|Period 1||09:05am – 10:05am|
|Period 2||10:05am – 11:05am|
|Break||11:05am – 11:25am|
|Period 3||11:25am – 12:25pm|
|Period 4||12:25pm – 1:25pm|
|Lunchtime||1:25pm – 2:10pm|
|Period 5 and PM Registration||2:15pm – 3:15pm|
Our Library is situated on the ground floor near the entrance, and has an experienced Librarian to offer help and advice.
The Library offers a range of resources which support the National Curriculum and all subjects taught from Year 7 to Sixth Form. There are around 8,000 resources as well as seventeen internet-linked computers and printing facilities. The non-fiction and reference resources will help with projects and homework, while the fiction section features many of your favourite authors.
We promote a reading culture through the school and run the Accelerated Reader programme for students in Years 7 and 8. Also various quizzes, competitions and events are run during the year.
The Library is open at the following times for lessons, quiet reading, studying and issuing books
Monday to Friday: 8am – 12.25pm and 1.25 – 3.40pm
Every fortnight a newsletter is sent home with our students with information, quizzes and dates for your diary.
Read the latest newsletter:
|Our previous newsletters|
Start of the Autumn term 2017
Tuesday 5th September – Years 7-11 & 13
08.30am – Year 7 Assembly then Form Time
10.30am – Year 8 Assembly then Form Time
11.30am – Year 9 Assembly then Form Time
12.00pm – Year 10 Assembly then Form Time
12.30pm – Year 11 Assembly then Form Time
1.25pm – Lunch
2.15pm – Period 5 First lesson delivered by tutors
Year 13 to meet in the hall
3.15pm – End of school day
Friday 8th September
08.45am – Year 12 to meet in the hall
DFE performance tables for 2013
Congratulations to students, staff and parents.
The DFE performance tables for 2013 show us our VA (Value Added) at 1000.3 which is now above the national average for all schools; remembering in 2011 our VAwas 954.1 and in the 99th percentile(ieonly 1% of schools added less value between KS2-4 and 99% more) and now we are in the top half (iewe now add more value than most schools). Expected progress from KS2-4 in English was 71% (4% above the National average) and Maths 69% (1% above the National Average). 48% of students achieved 5 or more A*-C passes including English and Maths, which is 8% above the floor target. Well done to everyone on this magnificent achievement.
Michael Stokes – Chair
Stephen Smith – Vice-Chair (Community)
Kathryn Burns – BMAT MD
Will Thompson – Principal
Sonia Gable – Community
Carol O’Brien – Parent
Sarah Clarke-Moisley – Staff
Jenni Cook – Staff
The Forest Academy is working with the charity Future First to reconnect us with our former students and keep in touch with our school leavers.
Our alumni can support us in so many ways, from volunteers and in-school speakers to work experience providers and fundraisers.
You can sign up to our network using the following links:
If you would like to know more about the Future First programme, you can contact our Alumni Officer, Ellie by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0207 239 8933.