What Our Students Have To Say About Redstone…

During Term 2 at Redstone Academy, we conducted a school-wide anonymous survey asking our pupils what they really think about our school and asked them to give us some of their own written feedback. Here are some of their comments… When the pupils were asked if the school leaders were… Continue reading

“Warning that a shortage of religious education teachers could contribute to religious stereotyping and discrimination, leaving pupils at risk of becoming ignorant, or bigoted.” BBC article

“Where do morals come from? What is the difference between Jesus in the Bible and in other scriptures?” These are just some of the questions the Religious Education Council of England and Wales (REC) says that secondary school pupils grapple with on a regular basis. But the REC is warning… Continue reading

BBC: “How parents’ arguments really affect their children”

It is normal for parents to argue, but the way these disagreements affect children varies greatly. What can parents and carers do to limit the harm caused by their rows? What happens at home really does affect children’s long-term mental health and development. But it is not only the relationship… Continue reading

Redstone Academy Umrah Trip 2018

An amazing opportunity has opened for Redstone Academy pupils and their families to join PremierHajj to make Umrah and attend their Annual Madina Conference with a unique school package at a unique Price! Spaces are limited. Contact reception for application form 0121 448 7933 Continue reading

Complete Ofsted Report 2017

Here is the complete report from Ofsted. Ofsted report 2017 137560__4 Summary and our comments HERE   Continue reading

Announcement: Ofsted’s assessment of Redstone Academy in 2017 

Tuesday 26th September 2017In the name of Allah, the Possessor of Vast Mercy, the Bestower of Mercy.  Dear Parent/Guardian As-salamu alaikum (peace be upon you), We a pleased to announce that Ofsted have sent us their assessment of Redstone Academy after their visit and inspection of our school 10th to… Continue reading

Use of TV, internet and computer games associated with poorer GCSE grades

“Each extra hour per day spent watching TV, using the internet or playing computer games during Year 10 is associated with poorer grades at GCSE at age 16, according to research from the University of Cambridge.” Continue reading

iGCSE/GCSE Exam results pass rate up!!

IGCSE/GCSE Public Examination Results – Summer 2016   91% Subject Pass Rate 90% IGCSE English Language Pass Rate 89% IGCSE Mathematics Pass Rate Continue reading

Readers absorb less on Kindles than on paper, study finds

A new study which found that readers using a Kindle were “significantly” worse than paperback readers at recalling when events occurred in a mystery story is part of major new Europe-wide research looking at the impact of digitisation on the reading experience…… [Full article] Continue reading

New Website

This is our new website and as you can see it looks much brighter and is easy to navigate. It is not yet fully complete, there are sections which still need completing and updating, but we hope to have these pages filled gradually in the coming days and weeks. Please… Continue reading