For the attention of all EGA Parents
Wednesday 29th March 2017, 5:30pm - 7pm - Year 11 Parent's Evening - All Parents are welcome to attend.
Last day of Term - Friday 31st March 2017, please note students will be dismissed at 12:10pm. Easter Half Term Break commences 01st April 2017 - 17th April 2017.
Staff Inset Day - Tuesday 18th April 2017, The school will be closed to all students. School resumes as normal Wednesday 19th April 2017, 8:20am.
Reminder: Please sign Student Planners! One of the easiest ways of keeping in touch with your child’s progress is to make sure that you have signed their planner. You can leave notes in the planner if you wish to communicate with your child’s tutor or subject teachers and keep an eye on how much homework is being set.
We monitor our student’s planners every week and, when we see your signature, we know that we are supporting each other with your child’s education.
“Our mission is to create an outstanding Academy for our students who will become the leaders of tomorrow in every walk of life.
We will do what it takes to give every student the knowledge, skills, self belief and motivation to be successful in their learning.”
“The purpose for all children is the same, the goals are the same. But the help that individual children need in progressing towards them is different.”
Head of SENCO
Ms L Carneiro
Evelyn Grace Academy is an inclusive school where all students are made to feel welcome and valued. Our Academy vision sets out to ensure that all students enjoy high quality learning experiences through which they are able to achieve their full potential irrelevant of their needs. Our inclusive ethos aims to encourage all students to be actively involved in their own learning. This involves valuing all students and staff equally and reducing barriers to learning and participation. EGA aims to provide a rigorous and transformational education so that every student will find an individual pathway to University and Career Success.
The EGA SEND policy recognises the entitlement of all students to a balanced, broadly based curriculum and it reinforces the need for teaching that is fully inclusive.