Face Masks at SUA
Due to a significant increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in our area, from Monday 2nd November 2020 all staff and students must wear a face mask in communal areas:
- Upon entry into the academy
- In corridors travelling between lessons
- When lining up for assemblies
- In toilet areas
Face masks must be removed and put away in a sealable plastic bag:
- During lessons
- During assemblies
- During break/lunch times in areas such as the canteen
Face Mask Etiquette
Hi, I am Megan Crutchley and have recently been given the amazing opportunity of representing the students of SUA as their Head Girl. I am extremely proud to undertake this role as the academy has played their part in affording me the opportunity to achieve not only academic success, but receive such extra support and guidance that allowed me to gain a GCSE in film studies in Year 9. This action alone shows the academy’s focus of improving the life chances of the students of the local community. A fairly unique achievement, and one that is replicated in the sixth form with work such as the Extended Project Qualification in addition to our courses.
It is both my mission and passion to ensure the students of SUA gain similar opportunities and ultimate achievements not only through lessons and exams but also through experiences lived whilst at SUA and our sixth form. Playing a role that can make a real difference to so many is satisfying and rewarding, doing it in such a deserving place is a real pleasure.
Hi, I am Cory Jones, Head Boy, and although I am new to SUA6, being a Year 12 student, the transition has been seamless, and the role has already provided me with ample opportunity to make a difference to the students of the sixth form and wider academy.
Although the current situation curtailed my Year 11 studies and therefore my opportunity to shine in GCSE examinations, it has not stopped me from succeeding and with the overwhelming support of the academy staff and fellow students, I know success is just around the corner. The fact that I am able to lead the student body with Megan at this time is testament to the academy ethos of being able to aspire, believe and achieve, to get to positions where I can be successful in all areas of life, not just academia.
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SUAT 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.
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