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Year 1 enjoyed their popcorn and biscuit picnic interval ready to go back into their pj movie afternoon!!! 🍿🎬


Our board is so cute! Really looking forward to seeing our students in colour tomorrow 🐘🩷❤️🧡💛💚🩵💙💜🤎🖤🩶🤍


What a wonderful evening at our Primary Spring Concert 🎶🎸🎺🎹 a huge thank you to for making this all possible.


Year 5 had a great Geography lesson this week focused on the process of erosion and weathering, linked to their learning on the formation of The Grand Canyon. 🇺🇸🌏They really enjoyed creating a model and seeing what happened when ‘rainfall’ occurred 💧


We’re so proud of the resilience and determination shown by ourYear 6 children this week. They have blown us away with their efforts and positivity.


Year 4 and 5 had a fantastic fencing taster session on Wednesday. They thoroughly enjoyed it and loved trying something new. A big thank you to Miss Demain for organising this opportunity


Year 6 have begun each morning with an opportunity to have breakfast and a chilled start before their SATs papers. It has been wonderful to see so many positive, smiling faces so far. Bring on the Maths papers! 💪🏼🤩


We wish our Year 6 students the best of luck with their SATs this week coming. You have all worked so hard for these and we are very proud of you all! 🤞🤩


Year 6 ended their week positively and are ready for the challenge of SATs next week . They were even happier to end the day with a ‘smart’ cookie for them to enjoy courtesy of the Year 6 teachers.


Archery to finish off their amazing trip to Fellowship Afloat 🏹


A morning of team building for York class 👏🏻


Good morning from Fellowship Afloat! Ready to go for Day 2 ⚓️⛵️☀️


Off for an evening walk after a fantastic first day at Fellowship Afloat ⛵️⚓️🤩


A fantastic day sailing ⛵️


York class have loved sailing and climbing the lighthouse this afternoon ☀️⚓️⛵️


Year 3 York class have safely arrived at Fellowship Afloat ⛵️⚓️☀️


Year 3 Bath are slightly delayed. With the new arrival time expected to be 8.05pm.


Year 3 Bath class are on their way home. ETA: 19.45


Ready for their day on the sailing boats ⛵️


Bath class have had a fantastic day at Fellowship Afloat! ⛵️⚓️☀️🤩


All settled in a ready for a fun filled afternoon ⚓️⛵️


Year 3 Bath have arrived safely at Fellowship Afloat ☀️⛵️⚓️


Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed taking their learning outside and working out the area of compound shapes. ☀️🧮


On Tuesday, our Year 2 children enjoyed a Scooterbility Training Course in the school playground, delivered by a Road Safety Officer from HCC. The children learnt about controlling their scooters safely, basic pedestrian skills and sharing space with others.


Year 4 have had such an exciting final day at The Hive, handling the animals was a huge hit!🪲🕷️🕸️🦎


SRA is going for green!

Posted on 22/04/2021

Samuel Ryder Academy is delighted to announce that we are now part of The Green Flag Eco Schools Initiative.

In joining with some 59,000 other schools, across 68 countries, in working towards Eco-School status we aim to work on environmental projects and actions that allow our children to take control; that allow local problems to be tackled; to allow our young people to work on the issues they are passionate about and to develop environmental knowledge and skills.

Eco-Schools will be launched as part of a special virtual assembly for Earth Day to be shown to all students on Thursday 22nd April. Our new Eco Reps, representing all year group, Primary right up to Sixth Form, have each made a short video clip explaining how ALL students can contribute their ideas and get involved.



Thank you to Mr Hoque for leading and supporting the students in this process.

Whilst the main aim of Eco-Schools is to encourage and enable student awareness, involvement and action, we will gradually be encouraging whole school community involvement.

SRA students will initially be focused on three main areas of action:

  1. Raising awareness of the impact of littering and organising litter picking initiatives;
  2. Reducing the amount of plastic in the School, and working towards a total ban of single use plastic in the canteen, with more recycling where this is not possible;
  3. Creating more green areas both outside and inside the School, from tree planting to ‘Form plants’ for the students to care for.

We Need Your Help –

As lockdown eases, we may invite you to get involved in some of the above activities. In the meantime, your child/children are being asked to make ‘Eco Pledges’ on things they would like to make more environmentally friendly in the School; we invite you to chat with them about what, how and when they can do things a little bit differently at home too.

Students will be keeping you regularly updated on their Eco-Schools activities with E bulletins in the Newsletter; they are excited about involving us ALL in making a real collective difference.


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