School will be closed for staff training on the 30th November. Students will return to school on Friday 1st December.
This will be a non-uniform day for the FrOGS Christmas Fayre. Students who wish to come in non-uniform must bring a donation to school on Friday morning that can be sold at the Christmas Fayre on Saturday.
YEAR 9 GUIDED PATHWAYS
Our Year 9 Guided Pathways event will take place on Wednesday 29th November, from 5pm-7.30pm. All students have received a letter which must be returned to theirLearning Mananger by Friday 24th November.
For any further information, please get in touch with your child's Learning Manager.
Just Schoolwear will be hosting a 'pop-up' shop in the school hall on Thursday 23rd November 3.30pm to 5.30pm. All items will be stocked and card payments accepted.
A big thank you for the kind donation of badminton rackets to George Spencer Academy. Your help is greatly appreciated.
From September 2017, the Sixth Form Dress code is changing. The Sixth Form dress code is designed to encourage a more business like environment and to instill standards and responsibility. Sixth Form dress should be fit for the purpose of study. Click here for further information.
Hot on the heels of their record-breaking A-level results last week, students and staff are celebrating once again with another fantastic set of GCSE results at George Spencer Academy. Read the full press release here.
George Spencer Academy celebrated some of their best A level and equivalent grades this morning. A record 91% of students gained a grade C or higher and 36% gained A or A* grades or equivalent. Read the full press release here.
Paul West, currently the Executive Director of Education for the DELTA Academies Trust, will succeed Dame Susan Jowett who retires at the end of August 2017 after a long and distinguished career in education, including the Principalship of the outstanding George Spencer Academy.
Paul takes over at an exciting time in the Trust's development. It is a medium-sized Trust of ten academies, eight of which now have 'good or outstanding' Ofsted judgements and one Primary school has yet to be inspected.
Read more here.