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Worcester University Trip

posted by Helen Lander   [ updated ]

See the attached write up to read about how our students benefited from their visit to Worcester University. 

Welcome Back Letter - April 2017

posted 26 Apr 2017, 04:06 by Helen Lander

Please see the attached letter detailing the new staff that have joined us this term and news of our Academic Review Day in July. 

Spring Term Newsletter

posted 21 Apr 2017, 05:37 by Helen Lander

Please read the attached newsletter to see what our pupils have been getting up to over the Spring Term. 

Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People - Summer Course

posted 21 Apr 2017, 02:29 by Helen Lander

This program is suitable for teenagers aged 13 to 19.

Nearly every day we hear a shocking new mental health statistic or hear a story about a young person feeling lost, stressed, anxious or
worried about not fulfilling their potential.
Everglow Consultancy was established to provide teenagers with an exciting opportunity to access positive psychology coaching. This is
a unique and stimulating opportunity for teenagers to really indulge and spend time learning about themselves.

Year 9 Worcester University Visit 27th April 2017

posted 4 Apr 2017, 01:54 by Helen Lander

A reminder that any students who wish to be considered for this trip should bring consent forms and travel contribution to the main office by Thursday 6th April. Letter are available from Mr Cheese in room 215

End of Spring Term Letter

posted 3 Apr 2017, 05:14 by Helen Lander

Please see attached to view our end of Spring Term letter from Mr Bird 

Year 9 Visit to Worcester University 27th April 2017

posted 31 Mar 2017, 00:28 by Helen Lander

This is an excellent opportunity for those students who are interested in going on to study at a University. It will give an insight into campus life, and also give students further insights into the requirements and expectations that Universities have of applicants.

Transport will be by coach from the Academy. Timings are to be confirmed but it is expected that we will leave at approximately 8.30 am and return to the Academy at approximately 3.15pm depending upon traffic. The cost of the trip will be £3 to cover transport.

It is expected that all students will have a good record of attendance and are likely to achieve the academic qualifications required by the University.

Students can collect letters from Mr Cheese and should be returned to the Academy office by Thursday 6th April.

Greenwood Academy CEIAG Policy

posted 28 Mar 2017, 03:27 by Helen Lander

Please find attached the new Careers and Guidance policy for Greenwood Academy. It highlights our aim to ensure students are prepared for the world of work. If you have any questions about any aspect of the policy please contact Mr Cheese.

East Birmingham Prospectus for Growth

posted 28 Mar 2017, 02:00 by Helen Lander

Please find attached the East Birmingham Prospectus for Growth report. This contains information about the likely developments in the labour market and different employment prospects. It would make a useful tool to help discuss your child’s future career plans. Mr Cheese

Enabling Enterprise Challenge Day

posted 28 Mar 2017, 01:58 by Helen Lander

Operation Moonbase at Greenwood Academy - 

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