We believe that every child deserves to enjoy a life of choice and opportunity. We act locally through a community based cradle-to-career model, grounded in great schools
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Ed Vainker, Rebecca Cramer and Jon McGoh were interviewed for the first meeting of the new Start Up Schools network. The network, which is being led by James Townsend, the Director of Growth Strategy at the Reach Foundation, brings together leaders of new schools with people around the country who want to open their own school.
Watch the interview here.
From September 2020, Reach Academy will be teaching Kingston University's Early Years Foundation Degree, a fantastic 2 year programme that allows you to study and work at the same time. Fill in the Expression of Interest form to find out more!
This afternoon we wrote to our parents and carers to share some reflections on the events in the US in the last week. The letter we sent is published below:
Dear parents and carers,
We know that many of you will have seen the news about the murder of George Floyd in America and the civil unrest that has followed. We know that many of you will have been moved by this news and these scenes, and we also know that some of you will feel that this is very distant from your own life and reality.
The team behind the highly successful Reach Academy Feltham and the Reach Children’s Hub are launching a Fellowship for ambitious school leaders who have the skills and desire to transform their local communities and provide cradle to career education.
The Reach Fellowship programme aims to kick-start a new generation of all-through schools, with 10 new schools to be established in the first phase of the programme.