Some of our Y12 students have been working in partnership with the Trent Bridge Community Trust as “Peer Mentors”. The students have completed their training programme and are now working towards completing their minimum of 20 hours of voluntary work.
Be our Guest! An evening of magic and wonder awaits.
Rushcliffe Spencer Academy is proud to present Disney’s Beauty and the Beast 29th – 31st March 2023.
The works required to expand Rushcliffe Spencer Academy have been given the green light by Nottinghamshire County Council. The multi-million pound development, which was given planning approval by Rushcliffe Borough Council last year, will see an additional 560 secondary school places created and provide the school, and local community, with a new improved sports facility.
Following the success of last year, Sewa Day Nottingham reached out to ask if Rushcliffe Sixth Form students and staff would like to support the Christmas Shoebox Appeal 2022, and of course the answer was a resounding Yes!
If you’re a former student of Rushcliffe, we want to hear from you!
Your experiences since leaving could help to motivate and inspire our current students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. We’d love you to join our alumni network and stay connected with the school.
The year 6 open evening will be held on 29th September, from 5 pm until 7.30 pm. For information regarding the Year 6 Open Evening and how to book, please go to read more…
Rushcliffe Spencer Academy has successfully been re-accredited as a World Class School. The award was confirmed at a virtual awards ceremony earlier this month.
We have been working with the local charity: Education For The Children for a number of years and would usually raise money from our summer Esperanza festival. Sadly, we are unable to hold that event this year but we hope that we can still raise a substantial sum for this good cause.