We encourage students'
individual aptitudes,
developing skills for life and a
positive, confident outlook

Our excellent facilities
support a very diverse
range of extra-curricular
activities

Lessons are carefully
planned and structured
to ensure rigour,
challenge and pace

Welcome from the Principal

Our Ethos and Values

 

 

A vibrant community ethos, a dedicated team of teaching and support staff and a very warm welcome await you and your child at Forest Academy.

In my on-going discussions with parents about what is most important when choosing the next stage of the educational journey for their child, they are very clear:

  • Show our children the world but keep them safe
  • Teach them well; ensure they embrace and enjoy their learning; get the best out of them
  • Enable them to take their place in society as successful, independent citizens
  • Work in true partnership with us as parents.

Parents recognise that in this rapidly changing world, the future must be about equipping young people with a comprehensive portfolio of skills and values that will enable them to present a flexible, adaptable, and confident profile to the world of further education and employment.

Our vision is quite simple: to deliver on all of the above for every family.

Personalising pathways to meet your child’s needs, whatever their ability, in an inspiring, secure and empowering community is what we offer at Forest Academy – teaching and learning at its best supported by the highest standards of behaviour.

You want the best for your child – so do we.

I would be delighted to meet with you personally and invite you to come and see the Academy in action. To find out more please click on this link 

Tanya Prosser
Principal

Latest News

Oct 22, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: forest
Sep 15, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: forest

Forest Academy’s top and lower attainment band students have achieved some excellent results.

Top performing students were:

  • Libby Jones 6A’s, 5B’s, 1C;
  • Kerry Frost 1A*, 4A’s, 4B’s, 3C’s
  • Jack Mills 1A, 6B’s, 5C’s
  •  Amy Edwards 3A’s, 5B’s 2C’s

We are absolutely delighted to report that 32% of all Y11 students achieved at least 1 A*-A grade.  

In addition, as you will know, all students are expected to make at least 3 levels of progress during their secondary journey but some of Forest’s students made levels of progress way beyond this, for example:

  • Charlotte Voyce               5 levels in  RE
  • Erin Tanswell                      6 levels in Dance, 5 levels in RE
  • Daniel slattery                   6 levels in Science
  • Liam Meek                          7 levels in Science
  • Charleigh Kempster        5 levels in PE
  • Madeleine Jayne             5 levels in Humanities
  • Ashley holford                  6 levels in Dance
  • Bryony Edwards , Charlotte Voyce and Cassey Curruthers    6 levels in RE
  • Eleanor Beard made 4 levels of progress in 4 of her subjects including English, Humanities , PE and Science

 

Forest Academy Principal Tanya Prosser commented, “Although we are delighted with the results of many students in our top and lower bands, a small number of our middle band students received an unexpected one grade lower than predicted for either their English or mathematics. Nevertheless, all of our students have secured good college or sixth-form placements; we applaud their hard work, thank their parents for excellent parental support and wish them all well for the future. ”


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