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.
We had lots going on for World Book Day on the 8th March. Thank you to everyone that got involved, whether dressing up, exploring new books and genres in class or taking part in our quiz, it was a great day!
We are delighted to share that the Rushcliffe Spencer Academy netball team have been crowned U19 Regional Champions at the England Netball National Schools competition. The eight strong squad visited Oundle in Peterborough for the East Midlands Finals where they battled against the best teams from the county. The field was incredibly strong and competition great but the girls put on a fantastic performance.
The International School Award celebrates the achievements of schools that do exceptional work in international education, and so it is with great pride that Rushcliffe Spencer Academy has received such high re-accreditation this year.
During the latest lockdown our pupils have been producing some fantastic work and we wanted to share just a small snippet of it with you.
Hi there, my name is Henry Pawson and I recently ran a marathon for Prostate Cancer UK. Previously, before COVID-19, I swam competitively for Nottingham Leander Swimming Club, however due to ongoing pool closures I had to find an alternative source of fitness. So, you guessed it, I started running.
Ellen Harrington in 7B has created a poem all about the Coronavirus. She has sent it off to Blue Peter in the hope that she might earn herself a famous Blue Peter badge. We will keep you posted!
The sun was shining as we welcomed pupils from year 11 (and a small number from years 9 and 10) into school to collect GCSE and level 2 results today. There were plenty of smiles and, in lots of cases, the sense of relief was palpable. The last few months and, in particular…
Today, we welcomed our year 13 pupils into school to collect their A level results. It was lovely to see them all again, having last seen most of them back in March when we went into lockdown. Despite the social distancing and other measures in place, pupils were able to congratulate…