Keeping In Touch

We like to keep our parents, children and local community up to date with all the latest Academy news and information.

By Phone

Parents and Carers can contact the school office during our normal office hours which 8:00am - 4:15pm Monday - Friday on 0121 566 6666 and selecting option 2 from the menu.


Parents and carers can email the office via or message staff via our ClassDojo parent messaging app. Please note that we will respond to messages during normal school hours only.

Letters Home

We regularly send home letters regarding uniform, trips, news, and events. Please make sure you read the letters carefully and return any permission slips promptly. You can find copies of our letters under the News section of our website.

The Website -

Copies of letters, information about the curriculum, academy policies and general information can be accessed via our academy web site.

Social Media - Twitter

As well as the academy website, we love to showcase our children's achievements on our twitter feed (

Parent's Consultations and Meetings

We hold parent meetings every term, we believe that this provides you with the best opportunity to discuss your child's progress with the class teacher and address any concerns you have. We are happy to arrange meetings with individual parents at a convenient time if you have any matters you wish to discuss.


Several newsletters are published each term they contain a variety of news, advice and information designed to support parents and children outside of the academy. Copies are always available from the academy website under the news section.

Assemblies and Productions

We hold regular celebration and attendance assemblies, parents and carers are always welcome to attend and share in the celebration of our children's achievements. All classes participate in a range of productions throughout the year and we hold graduation assemblies regularly for children who participate in our University activities.

Annual Pupil Reports

All parents and carers will receive a detailed report of their child's progress in the second half of the summer term.

Updated March 2022