EPQ students visit BCU’s Curzon Library!


On consecutive Thursday’s (7th & 14th December 2017) seventy, year 12 EPQ students, travelled across Birmingham during their Thursday afternoon enrichment sessions to visit BCU’s academic Curson library. As well as exploring the facilities the library offers, students took part in a series of workshops entitled, ‘To Google or not to Google’ exploring the strengths

RRSA Homeless sleep out!


Between 7pm on Friday 10th and 7am on Saturday 11th November 2017, forty-seven Arthur Terry students across all year groups as well as supervising staff, braved the elements to raise awareness of the rising issue of homelessness and those working families needing emergency food bank assistance. After watching a film in the hall upon arrival, students

Sixth Formers celebrate Black History Month!


On Wednesday 18th October sixth form students from the Activities Committee held a non-uniform day and Caribbean food sale to raise awareness of Black History Month and valued funds for ‘Stand Up to Racism’. So far, and the count continues, students have raised an impressive £346! Prior to the event itself, the students delivered a

‘Buddy Up!’, Sixth Form-Year 7, mentoring scheme!


On Friday 6th October 2017, twenty-two year 7 students and twenty-two year 12 sixth formers, travelled to ‘Rock Up’, Birmingham, to launch a year long, peer-to-peer mentoring scheme. The students, young and old, will meet one another each week during Monday tutor time to work on literacy and numeracy skills, have fun, to get to