It has been an incredible season for the Year 8 rugby team. Previously rugby hadn’t been a sport that the school had excelled in, however, the dedication, together and progression has set a new precedent.
Rushcliffe Spencer Academy put on a fantastic performance of Beauty and the Beast. Matthew, in year 11, has written a review of the final night.
Welcome to the latest volume of The Social Scientist Journal, written by our social scientist subject ambassadors in Year 12, a journal that celebrates the passions and interests of Social Scientists at Rushcliffe Spencer Academy. Each article reflects the passion and hard work of each individual student who has contributed to the journal. We hope you find this diverse issue a fascinating insight into the world of Social Sciences.
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.
Have a read of what’s been happening in Book Club this half term!
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.
A reminder that we have a Careers and Wellbeing event running on Wednesday 11th January. Years 12 and 13 have the opportunity to visit the fair during their lunch break (or their study period for Sixth Form pupils) and all students can also attend from the end of the school day.
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.
After almost a year of planning 5 different campaigns, the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have been awarded their wellbeing badge by The Diana Award, to recognise their hard work over the past year.
Students from the Rushcliffe Geography club entered a competition to design flags for Antarctica. Their flags have now been taken all the way to Antarctica and had photos taken with real scientists from the British Antarctic Survey- how exciting!