Tudor Grange Academy, Redditch

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Tudor Grange Academy
Tudor Grange Academy - logo.png
Address
Woodrow Drive

,
Worcestershire
,
B98 7UH

England
Coordinates52°16′58″N 1°54′36″W / 52.28269°N 1.91001°W / 52.28269; -1.91001Coordinates: 52°16′58″N 1°54′36″W / 52.28269°N 1.91001°W / 52.28269; -1.91001
Information
TypeAcademy
Established2014
Department for Education URN132823 Tables
OfstedReports
ChairpersonProf J M Winterbottom[1]
PrincipalJodie Bolter
GenderMixed
Age11 to 18
HousesOrion, Pictor, Vela
Website

Tudor Grange Academy (formally Leys High School and Kingsley College) is a secondary school and sixth form centre in Redditch, Worcestershire, England. As of October 2010 the school has approximately 250 students on roll, of which 28 are in the sixth form.[2] The school was designated a Specialist Arts College in September 2003 [3] for the Performing Arts.[2] and became an academy in April 2014. Tudor Grange Academy Redditch opened in April 2014; the Academy is sponsored by its sister school, Tudor Grange Academy Solihull and the trust now consists of six schools, two primary schools and four secondary schools. The former Principal of Tudor Grange Academy Worcester, Mrs. C Maclean, has now become the Executive Principal for the Trust overseeing all schools.

Partnerships[edit]

The school has partnerships with Woodrush High School, the University of Warwick, GKN, Barnardo’s and Ican, a language charity.international partnerships with Kwamfundo Secondary in Western Cape, South Africa.[4]

Curriculum[edit]

The school offers core subjects and a varied curriculum for Years 7–13, that culminate in GCSE, A and AS level courses, BTEC, and diploma courses.

Notable former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tudor Grange Academy - Governors". Tudor Grange Academy. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  2. ^ a b Ofsted report October 2010 Retrieved 7 December 2010
  3. ^ Kingsley College: curriculum Archived 2010-09-10 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 7 December 2010
  4. ^ Kingsley College: partnerships Retrieved 7 December 2010