Welcome To Percy Shurmer Academy

There have been a lot of changes at AET over the last couple of years, and thanks to the hard work of our staff, the organisation is now in much better shape. There is always more to be done to improve the education that we offer, and each AET academy is different and reflects the needs of the local community. What binds us all together is our core mission, which is to enable each and every pupil to go on and lead a remarkable life.

As an organisation, AET has been doing a fair bit of thinking about what a ‘remarkable life’ means in practice. We’ve put together a short film which you can see here.

Percy Shurmer Academy is part of the Academies Enterprise Trust.


We would like to extend a warm welcome to all our children, parents, families and visitors to our website, and hope that you find the information both informative and useful.


Principal's Welcome

We are very pleased to welcome you and your family to Percy Shurmer Primary Academy.

At Percy Shurmer Primary Academy, we have a dedicated, enthusiastic and talented team of staff who are committed to providing a broad and balanced curriculum for all our pupils. We believe it is important that our children have a first class education with opportunities to develop socially and academically.

We are proud of our school and look forward to developing good working relationships so that your child benefits.

We hope that you enjoy looking at our website, if you would like to find out more about the school, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Executive Principal - Ruth Murad


Head Of School - Sharon Burke

Formal Consultation (Admissions Arrangements)

Percy formal consultation 2020-21.pdf

Year 3 - Ukuleles (06/11/2018)

Please enjoy this video of the children telling us all about the history of the ukuleles and also how to get started playing one yourself!

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George Rosling Visits Percy Shurmer Academy (24/10/2018)

George Rosling a Birmingham author visited our schools to share his book and cartoon animation. His first book, The Four, is about a group of four children, who are from different cultural backgrounds, and explores how friendships can be made. George met with lots of our children and spent time discussing his book and the life of an author. Our children had so many questions!

Year 6 Visit The Birmingham Buddhist Centre (17/10/2018 - 18/10/2018)

This week for RE Year 6 went to visit The Birmingham Buddhist Centre. They discovered that the Triratna Buddhist Community is a worldwide movement, founded by Sangharakshita in 1967. Triratna is a Sanskrit word (an ancient Indian language) meaning Three Jewels. They learned that traditionally there are three jewels at the heart of a Buddhist life: the Buddha as exemplar, his insight into the way things are (the Dharma) and the Sangha (spiritual community).

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