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A message from the Principal
A message from the Principal

I feel incredibly proud to have been appointed to the position of Principal by our Multi-Academy Trust Board.

This is an exciting time for the Academy as it enters the next phase in its development.

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Latest Newsletter
Latest Newsletter

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We had an incredibly busy half term! Staff and students were all working very hard and we have a lot of news we would like to share with you.

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at ease, embarrassed or confused; ashamed.

Synonyms: remorseful, nonplussed, perturbed, crestfallen, sheepish, confused.
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Monday 18th - Friday 29th January

SPaG Focus archive
Here are a list of events that are being held at the academy.

4th January - New term starts
12th January - Year 11 Parent’s Evening, 4 - 6.30pm
18th - 22nd January - Year 11 Catering Exams
27th January - Year 7 & Year 8 RE Collapsed day - Holocaust Memorial Day
1st - 5th February - Year 10 Catering Exams
4th February - Year 7 ICT Day
10th February - Year 10 Science Collapsed Day
12th February - Break up for half term
16th - 18th February - CERN visit - Sixth Form students
KS3 homework timetable - Home Learning Projects are set on a fortnightly basis with two subjects setting an assignment each fortnight.

KS4 homework timetable - In KS4 students are normally expected to spend a minimum of 60 minutes on each homework task.
Academy Prospectus - Staffordshire University Academy is a dynamic, innovative and exciting academy. We are raising aspirations and achievement. The progress of every student is at the heart of all we do.

Sixth Form Prospectus - Choosing to study at Staffordshire University Academy Sixth Form you will develop the necessary life skills and achieve qualifications to project you onto your chosen career path and future aspirations.
SUATlogoSUAT supports and leads in the set-up of new academies joining the partnership. The services provided by the central support function cover both educational and non-educational support. In terms of educational support, SUAT is linked to the School of Education of Staffordshire University, which is an outstanding ITT provider. We also have a team of Education Improvement Partners, which works to support all of our academies to further improve standards for all of our young people. The non-educational support functions include legal and financial services, HR, insurance, payroll, audit, health and safety, marketing, project management and construction issues.

SUAT also provides support for ICT and is developing a Trust-wide network that supports the sharing of high-quality services and learning resources across the group of Academies.

For more information please visit www.suatrust.co.uk