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On Wednesday, 14 June, children at Minerva Academy in London were delighted to be visited Her Royal Highness Princess Anne. She attended a celebratory event as part of the British Nutrition Foundation’s (BNF) Healthy Eating Week. The Princess Royal was given a tour of the school to see children undertaking activities relating to the themes of

This week saw thousands of parents across the country find out whether their child had secured a place at their favoured primary school. At REAch2 we were pleased to be offering over 2,750 reception places for next year across our academies and we now look forward to meeting and welcoming new parents into our family.

Tymberwood Academy in Gravesend, Kent, has been rated “Good” by Ofsted after being inspected last month. Since joining the UK’s largest primary academy trust, REAch2, in February 2014, the school has improved from a rating of “special measures” to “Good”. The primary school, which teaches pupils aged 4 to 11 was judged as “Good” in

1 March 2017   Oxley Primary School in Wolverhampton has officially become an academy and joins REAch2 Academy Trust today, 1st March, 2017. The newly converted academy has been re-named Bushbury Lane Academy, and is the first school to join the Trust in Wolverhampton.   The school which has 213 children aged between 3-11, believes

St Mark’s CofE Primary Academy has been rated “Good” in a recent Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report. The Croydon primary school, which teaches pupils aged 4 – 11 was praised for the effectiveness of leadership and management, their inclusive culture and their Christian values, which ‘inspire the warm, positive relationships between

Come along to REAch2’s East Anglia Recruitment Event on Thursday, 9th March between 17:00 and 19:00. We are looking for committed and talented people in all areas. Roles include Deputy Head Teachers, SENCOs, Phase Leaders, Class Teachers, NQTs, Learning Support Assistants, Midday Assistants to be filled in our schools across the region. Click on the

On the 7 February, Civitas Academy held a special opening ceremony to officially celebrate their new state of the art building in Reading. REAch2 CEO, Sir Steve Lancashire, Deputy CEO, Cathie Paine and other REAch2 senior leaders joined neighbouring schools Ranikhet Academy and The Palmer Academy to mark Civitas’s special day. Other special guests included

The opening of Athena Academy has been deferred from September 2017. This delay is due to site and planning issues we have come up against, which we are taking very seriously. This has been a difficult decision and we are disappointed not to be able to open next year, but believe pressing ahead at this