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Celebrating our success and achievements whilst keeping you up to date on upcoming events at Redmoor Academy

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Space Week!

This week students at Redmoor academy have had a great time celebrating world space week.  This has included lots of lunch time activities (straw rockets, marshmallow constellations, space lander competition).  Our year 11 triple science students also had the opportunity to attend a space master class organised by the national space academy, which included launching rockets and a lot of dry ice!






We can also report that Tim Peake (yes, the REAL astronaut, Time Peake) liked our tweet on Twitter about our Space Week – amazing news!








It’s great to see so many of our students getting involved in our sports teams this year. With netball, football and our first ever boys hockey team all playing in fixtures so far this term. We’re extremely proud of how they are performing, their positivity, team work and effort has been outstanding.

A huge well done to everyone involved, keep it up! #teamredmoor





Business Studies Trip

On the morning of Friday 29th September a group of Year 11 Business Studies visited the popular local business “Sweet Treats”. The visit took place as part of a research exercise in order for the students to complete their controlled assessment. The Owner of the Business Amanda and the Manager Nicolle, took part in an interview carried out by students on the methods of e commerce used in the business and how these methods impact on the success of the business. The students found the owner very inspirational as she spoke of her passion and interest in the business and how it was started. The students also had the opportunity to sample the very tasty products on sale!


Students Raise Money for Charity

We’d like to recognise and congratulate two of our year 8 students this week. Fin and Raddison completed a sponsored walk around the perimeter of Drayton Manor Park, which is approximately 5KM and managed to raise a huge £400 for the Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation. We’re so proud of the boys for completing this in their own time, well done!




Swimming Success!

We would like to recognise and congratulate our year 9 student Isabel on her recent success whilst swimming for the Hinckley Hornets. Well done Isabel, we can’t wait to see what you do next!








European Day of Languages Bake Sale!

To celebrate European Day of Languages we are holding a bake sale on Tuesday. If you’d like to take part, bring your cakes to community room to be judged before being sold at break time.





This year students from Redmoor Academy are performing their half an hour version of ‘Hamlet’ in the Shakespeare Schools Festival. This will take place at the Curve Theatre, Leicester on Wednesday 15th November. Before they perform the twenty-five cast members will be taking part in a workshop with the National Youth Theatre, rehearse at the Curve and watch other schools performances. This is a fantastic opportunity for all involved including the audience, as you get three Shakespeare plays in different ways in one night! Tickets are available directly from the Curve, Leicester here or by calling the Box Office on 0116 2423595.





Mock GCSE Work 

Our GCSE students are stepping up their skills this term with some incredible artwork, photographs and design ideas. We’re looking forward to see how all of you develop even further this year and can’t wait to see the fantastic end pieces! Please visit our twitter page for more artwork 






A message from Maths:

Thanks to all parents/carers who have ordered a calculator for their child to use in school. We are awaiting the next delivery of calculators as we have been inundated with orders! We will get them to you as soon as we can. Maths department

Geography GCSE Fieldtrip

Year 11 have taken part in their second compulsory fieldtrip this week. The focus of their study was looking at the impact of the new leisure and recreation facilities on Hinckley Town Centre. Students carried out two studies within the town. Firstly they looked at the land use within the crescent and mapped whether units were used by retail, cafes and restaurants or leisure facilities. They followed this up by asking the public to answer a series of questions on a questionnaire at 5 separate locations around the town centre. The results will be graphed and analysed as part of their work and preparation for paper 3 next summer. Despite the torrential rain on a couple of occasions, and a few nerves when talking to the public, the students enjoyed their time out of the classroom and learnt a lot about human geography field work techniques.

Art and Design

We already have a showcase of amazing art and Design work that has been completed by our students over the summer holidays and in the first few weeks of term. We’re massively impressed by the effort and attitude of our GCSE and KS3 students so far. Keep up the good work!







Redmoor Academy Celebrates First Ever GCSE Results

Redmoor Academy is celebrating the success of students achieving their GCSE results for the first time in the school’s history. Acting Principal Matt Nicolle wanted to recognise the hard work of both students and staff in achieving their results, which are not only a first for the school but also include the new, tougher GCSE qualifications in English Language, English Literature and Mathematics,

“We are very proud that Redmoor has achieved it’s first ever GCSE results which reflect the hard work and effort of our students and the dedication and commitment of our excellent staff. Students who deserve a special mention for their notable achievements include;

Yoana: 10 A*-A! Luca: 9A*/A   Matt: 9A*/A   Eleanor: 8 A*/A   Rachel: 8A*/A   Harriet: 6 A*/A   Josiah: 6 A*/A incl. 4 A*   Brandi: 5A*/A   Amy: 5A*/A

Across the different subjects studied, excellent results have been achieved in Morals and Ethics (96% A*-C/ 50%A*/A), History (75% A*-C and 40% A*/A), French (74%A*-C), English (68% A*-C), Maths (64% A*-C) and Media Studies (62%A*-C).

The vast majority of our students have achieved the grades they needed to continue their journey in education or employment and training, and, whilst there are always areas we can improve on, we will focus today on celebrating with our students who have done well and supporting those who haven’t quite achieved the grades they needed.”

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