Welcome to Tudor Grange Academy Worcester

We are launching our business partnership programme on Wednesday, 29th June alongside our careers fair for Year 10 involving over 100 representatives from local business and operations.

Back to school on Tuesday, 3rd May. The water supply was reinstated on Friday afternoon.

School Closure Due to a suspected burst water pipe in Worcester we have no option but to close the school today. Year 11 and 13 will have face to face on-line learning as we are so close to...

RT @TGAWSixthform: Congratulations to our year 12 Young Enterprise company, Lost and Found who were awarded the Social and Ethical Award at…

We are looking for a Science Technician! https://t.co/Qr7CIDwqcR

We are advertising for a Maternity Cover post in our lively Maths Department. If you know of anyone interested please pass the message on.

Change your life in a year! Train to Teach! Tudor Grange Trust offers a well-established teacher training programme for both primary and secondary. For more info book onto an experience...

RT @TGAWSixthform: Well done to the Sixth Form Cabinet for organising and running Red Nose Day which included a bake sale, sponge a teacher…

Looking forward to Friday's fundraising by the Sixth Form Cabinet!

We are advertising for a Music Teacher https://t.co/owWSqV0oJ9 and a Lead Teacher of Social Sciences

It was great to welcome Ameila Cummins from Grant Thornton to TGAW this morning. Presenting to some of our Year 10 students about her journey into accountancy and the Grant Thornton...

RT @ArtsTgaw: The start of an exciting year 9 Art specialism project….. @TGAWPrincipal

TGAW alumni were back into school to discuss their journeys with some of our Year 10 students during National Careers Week 2022. Harry Garlick on studying of languages abroad at the...

RT @TGAW_Science: Our Technician, Mr Rees, is delighted with his prizes from his special recognition in the

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Welcome to Tudor Grange Academy Worcester.   I joined here as Principal in 2018 and I can wholeheartedly endorse the school’s well-deserved reputation for being warm and welcoming and providing a positive and caring learning environment.

Our mission statement is to provide a world class education which develops the infinite potential of all students, no matter what their starting point.   Our core belief is that “all can achieve”.

The TUDOR values of Tolerance, Unity, Democracy, Opportunity and Respect run through all aspects of academy life and are a formative tool for the development of character.  The Academy offers a curriculum to develop the whole child: an exciting SAS curriculum, DofE, Young Enterprise, CCF, STEM clubs and other period 6 opportunities, with the Arts and Sport broadening interests and horizons, opening doors to whole new worlds.   We have a genuine ambition to provide what matters most – students come first and all students receive equitable provision and support.

I am very grateful to all the staff for their relentless hard work and patience.  Their contribution is profound and humbling and ensures that this is a happy school.   We aim to develop teachers for whom clarity, passion and belief are at the core of everything they do.   We are also part of a multi academy trust and there are many occasions in which to collaborate and share best practice with colleagues across the twelve Tudor Grange schools.

We are proud to have gained national awards including Artsmark Gold, International School and more recently the IQM Inclusive School award.

We are an oversubscribed school within Worcester, in fact the most in-demand school in all of Worcestershire in relation to applications and allocated places.  We are proud of our connections within, and our commitment to, the local community with our Board of Governors supporting us to ensure we are a special place to be.

David Butler

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