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22/08/19

Retweeted From Rav

Well done to our very own Polly on your fantastic results - grade 9’s and 8’s in English, maths, history and Spanish - to name a few! is so proud of your hard work! https://t.co/cVbo4ywo7r

22/08/19

Retweeted From Rav

GCSE Results Day today. Some very happy students . Well done for all of the hard work you put in. https://t.co/BzL4929OWE

22/08/19

Retweeted From Sir John Lawes

Great to see so many smiling faces this morning! Congratulations to all our students, we’re so proud of you all! https://t.co/gJzujTx2r5

15/08/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay

Fantastic atmosphere today. Highlights include Holly who received A*A*A*A* and is off to university! Congratulations everyone! https://t.co/4LGDbqs0Pf

15/08/19

Congratulations to all the year 13 students at and on their A level results. We wish them all good luck for the future!

15/08/19

Retweeted From Sir John Lawes

Congratulations to all our year 13s on an impressive set of A level results - we wish you every success for the future! https://t.co/ubWc7O3WCT

19/07/19

Retweeted From Rav

We say goodbye to our very own today, after 19 years of service and 43 years service to the profession. A standing-ovation this afternoon, to the wonderful lady we called Val! https://t.co/s8xLn33V6a

19/07/19

Wishing all our students, families and staff a wonderful summer . . . https://t.co/qiO41YBtx4

19/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing reflective learning strategies https://t.co/CBq4cG2TwY

19/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing a handbook for new staff https://t.co/CcstIcQPFi

18/07/19

Retweeted From Sir John Lawes

End of year Summer Newscast is out now https://t.co/EHXoAYz7fx

18/07/19

Retweeted From Sir John Lawes

Calling student alumni... challenge you to get your squad and get your game on! As part of the 80th Celebrations we are hosting a SJL Almuni 7-a-side Football Tournament. See Facebook event for more details https://t.co/qVmPD568SI https://t.co/0OSiNbmfCy

18/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing strategies to address misconceptions in mathematics https://t.co/esYnbx3bRU

18/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing a programme for more able students in a primary setting https://t.co/Jsu3kA6zLG

18/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing problem solving skills for low ability mathematics students https://t.co/gUZiNtPwXw

17/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing a robust and challenging primary music curriculum for an all-through educational environment https://t.co/dNSQDTwczH

17/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing ways to teach Textiles in the Art curriculum https://t.co/BqibEPbK6A

17/07/19

Retweeted From SRA Primary

This week is Cycling Proficiency for Year 6! Lots for our cyclists to learn about staying safe on the roads! 🚴🚴🚴 https://t.co/CH1GseKWC2

17/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Improving boys' engagement https://t.co/E587nzyJpH

16/07/19

Retweeted From Stanborough School

LEADERSHIP & THE IMPACT. It was a pleasure to meet with Claire Robins (OBE) Head of Sir John Lawes School & CEO of Scholars’ Education trust. It was good to discuss how leadership is key to the success of a school & how our students are at the centre of everything we strive for. https://t.co/T2D1m7W40a

15/07/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay

Year 7 parents and carers congratulating their children following the celebration assembly this morning https://t.co/OZ9vtFcVIn

12/07/19

Retweeted From SJLtandl

Delighted to have so many staff past and present celebrating 20 years of at tonight! https://t.co/JhwEwdb90o

12/07/19

Retweeted From SJL Ecoschools

Thank you for a lovely visit to your allotment Mr Barnard and Olivia, a real inspirational visit, we now have lots of great ideas! https://t.co/2aswIp7tZB

12/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing students’ bouncebackability https://t.co/Il10C9YXH0

12/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing strategies to ensure tracking systems enable academic GAPS https://t.co/P8RDxOCyQP

11/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing strategies to Improve participation in PE https://t.co/56wZ1RYBP0

11/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust Developing strategies to help students make progress, regardless of background, starting points or needs. https://t.co/F6jZdihd8H

10/07/19

Retweeted From Priory Academy

Mikey only went and won the ‘most enterprising boy at KS3 award’. Wow - Congratulations Mikey!!!! https://t.co/vlTDIpVfIy

10/07/19

Retweeted From HertsCam

Enhancing teacher professionality is at the core of the MEd in Leading Teaching and Learning. Join us. Be the teacher you want to be. https://t.co/ZBjaCrMVtq

10/07/19

Retweeted From HarpendenAcademy

Stunning and thought provoking art linked to the concept of conflict. https://t.co/wpu1rODY40

10/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust. Developing strategies to improve engagement with extra-curricular subjects through cross curricular collaboration. https://t.co/orVaSGuqKE

10/07/19

Retweeted From Priory Academy

Team Priory has arrived at Wembley Stadium for the Grand Finals of the National Enterprise Challenge! Let’s get Willow the Whale trending. https://t.co/dOns4PGykW

10/07/19

Retweeted From HarpendenAcademy

Year Six Conflict artist workshop at the stunning Dulwich Picture Gallery- getting used to our materials and experimenting with texture and line. https://t.co/0JyMg1gAju

10/07/19

Retweeted From SJL Ecoschools

The garden has may uses - Yr 10 Promenade Showcase , small mixed ensemble! https://t.co/yyBacAcMDq

10/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust https://t.co/Y8NcA8klAL

09/07/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay

Our headteacher met today with and to discuss the crisis in school funding, alongside headteachers from and The government simply *must* invest more in the education of the next generation. https://t.co/eGmv8UkEcH

09/07/19

Retweeted From SJL Ecoschools

A big thank you to all the year 7 students who have as part of a rota watered the garden every day this term - well done! https://t.co/FI4lVSYFZu

08/07/19

Retweeted From Sir John Lawes

Do not miss the celebrations! With so many exciting activities planned, this is one date you want to attend https://t.co/DBS8kkMGQE Don't forget to share memories/photos via email 80thCelebrations.herts.sch.uk https://t.co/95f676Jq5p

08/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust https://t.co/IMYqMaKhIc

08/07/19

HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work across the Scholars’ Education Trust https://t.co/pHJjwphP72

Samuel Ryder Academy

Our vision for our school is to produce responsible young people of whom we can all be proud, who have achieved more than they ever believed possible and who are prepared to make a contribution to their local, national and global communities.

Inspired by the values of our namesake, Samuel Ryder, our Academy is a school at the heart of its community providing an outstanding educational experience for all its students. Our ethos is one of challenge, fulfilling potential and both creating and taking full advantage of a wide variety of educational opportunities. We are at the cutting edge of educational innovation without losing sight of the traditional values that need to be the bedrock of any successful educational establishment.

The values of Samuel Ryder Academy are summed up in the ACE: Achievement, Care and Excellence. The ACE underpins everything that we do and provides a secure basis for all we strive to accomplish.

  • Achievement in academic, artistic, sporting, cultural and other forms with a focus on teaching and learning
  • Care for students, staff and others beyond the Academy community
  • Excellent standards, manners, honesty, personal integrity and uniform

As an all-through Academy, providing education from 4-19 on the same site, the Academy is uniquely placed to ensure the best possible progression for its students as they move through the Key Stages, and to use the best educational practice from Primary and Secondary phases in order to address their needs at all levels. By sharing good practice, expertise and high-quality facilities across all ages, the Academy avoids the dips associated with transition and provides challenge for the most able, whilst ensuring extra support for those who require it.  In addition, our staff have the opportunity to develop a far better understanding than would normally be possible of our students as individuals as they progress through the different stages of the Academy.

We develop and recruit the highest-quality staff in all areas of the organisation to ensure that students of all ages are stretched, challenged and supported in the classroom, by personalised and innovative teaching approaches. Through the Academy’s partnerships, there are opportunities for leaders to work together and also wider opportunities for individuals to take on responsibility across the Trust. The world around us is changing more quickly than we can imagine and our children are on an exciting journey.  It is our privilege at Samuel Ryder Academy to help them arrive at their destination as the best young men and women they can possibly be.

 

Matt Gauthier - Head, Samuel Ryder Academy

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