Strive, Believe, Achieve
Following updated Government Advice Tile Cross will gradually begin reopening for targeted students ONLY
From Monday 15th June 2020 – Tile Cross Academy will gradually begin ‘face to face’ contact with our Year 10 students. Details of these arrangements will be communicated directly to families.
Tile Cross will also remain open for students who are identified by the government as being vulnerable or who has a parent as a key worker. An attempt will be made to offer provision for each child but to support with safety students will only be able to join a group at the beginning of each new week. To secure a place within this group please contact our Tile Cross Academy e-mail address by Thursdays at the latest at email@example.com
It is important that ALL students continue with their studies as much as possible whilst they are away from school. Remember: teachers at Tile Cross will be setting work to support your child with their learning on a weekly basis. If you need help please make sure you contact your child’s teachers by e-mail. All teachers e-mails can be found on the home page of our website along with the links to Doddle and GCSE Pod.
FREE SCHOOL MEALS: Systems are now in place to issue supermarket vouchers to students who are registered to receive free school meals. These vouchers are worth £15 per week and are being distributed to families to cover up until the summer holidays. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding Free School Meals.
IMPORTANT: FOLLOW GOVERNMENT ADVICE REGARDING STAYING AT HOME
The coming weeks are going to continue to be different for everyone and as lockdown is slowly eased it is important that you remember to follow government advice and STAY AT HOME AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE TO STOP THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS. This includes people of all ages – even if you do not have symptoms. Please do not go out to play or visit friends and family unless you follow social distancing or they form part of your bubble network – it is important you stay at home to protect you and your family members.
Government advice states you can only leave home for the following reasons:
- to shop for items – only when you really need to
- to undertake exercise – such as a run, walk or cycle, alone or with other people you live with
- for any medical need – for example, to visit a pharmacy or deliver essential supplies to a vulnerable person
- to travel to and from work – but only where this is absolutely necessary
PLEASE FOLLOW THIS ADVICE CAREFULLY AND CONTINUE TO WASH YOUR HANDS REGULARLY
Head Teacher's Welcome
Welcome to Tile Cross Academy
At Tile Cross Academy we care deeply for our students; their safety and well-being is our primary concern. Within our small and caring 11-16 school we develop and nurture the values, skills and attributes which create good citizens and lifelong learners. We aim to prepare our pupils to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing society, ready and willing to grasp the opportunities available to them.
Tile Cross Academy is the ideal environment in which to stimulate the minds of the next generation. It is a special place where both students and staff feel a real sense of belonging, with relationships at the heart of everything we do. With the wide range of backgrounds and cultures represented in our school community we believe that we offer an educational experience like no other in our area. We celebrate diversity and difference, whilst acknowledging that we are all equal. We value everyone’s opinions and beliefs, whilst also encouraging every single child to achieve their very best.
Tile Cross Academy opened in May 2017 as part of the Washwood Heath Multi Academy Trust (please see the Trust website via the WHMAT link above). It sits on a site once occupied by Central Grammar School for boys, Byng Kenrick Grammar School for Girls, Sir Wilfred Martineau School and The International School. Our new school sits at the very heart of its community with a proud and distinguished heritage and an exciting and successful future ahead of it.
Each year the school sets out its priorities for the coming academic year. Please click here for a copy of this years School Improvement Plan. This will be updated and reviewed at key points throughout the year.