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RES Sporting Excellence

RES students continue to excel

Two RES students have continued to excel in their sporting disciplines as they reach County and national representation.

RES Sporting ExcellenceNot only is Lucy part of the RES Academy Aspiration programme and a member of the U15 Surrey Netball squad but with a recent long jump of a staggering 5.05 meters, she is now competing in a  National Competition in this discipline.

Savannah has been dancing at Street Vibes dance school in Woking for 6 years and dances with two different crews at both Junior and Intermediate level.

The School was approached by Dance World Cup to select students to compete at the 2017 World Cup championship and represent Great Britain. 24 students from the dance school will be flying to Germany to take part in the competition on the 28th of June.

The RES community are all very proud of both Lucy and Savannah and wish them all the best in their upcoming events.

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Great Britain Basketball
Monday, 05 June 2017 00:00

Two RES Students selected for Great Britain Basketball

RES students Lauren France, Year 12 and Alex Gager, Year 11 have both been selected to represent Great Britain for their respective age group.

Lauren has been selected for the U17 Girls squad in preparation for the European Championships to be held in Manchester in 2018. She currently plays small forward/shooting guard for both the RES Basketball Academy and her local club, Goldhawks.

Alex has been selected to represent the U16 Boys squad at the European Championships to be held in Sophia, Bulgaria. Alex is a Centre/Forward with both the RES Basketball Academy and Goldhawks.

Deputy Head, Mr Beeson said, “Both students have fully committed themselves to all aspects of the RES Basketball Academy this year and have taken advantage of the bespoke coaching programme that has been in place for them. This is an excellent achievement and exciting opportunity for them. We wish them both all the best in their preparation for and success at their respective competitions”.

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Important and exciting news
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 00:00

Important and exciting news

Dear Parent/Carer

I am writing to inform you of some exciting news about the future for RES as we are moving into a phase where work on the completion of the new school build is gathering pace. As mentioned in the April newsletter, we have been discussing the best way to re-brand the school moving forward, whilst retaining and building on the key areas of strength as we plan to move into the new school building. Students have been informed of the changes in tutorial time today and had the opportunity to discuss and ask questions with their form tutor.

School name and badge
I am delighted to share the news that the school will have a new name from September 2017 and will be called Three Rivers Academy to reflect the local community the school serves located between the rivers Thames, Wey and Mole. The school will also adopt the badge of The Howard Partnership Trust and the motto ‘Bringing out the Best’. Whilst the new school will continue to develop its own identity within the community it serves, the THPT brand will offer quality assurance and support us to build on the highly effective partnership working already established.

Uniform from September 2017
Having taken into account feedback from parents, students and staff there will be some amendments to the current school uniform and a full list will be attached to the half term newsletter at the end of this week, Friday 26th May. We have already been in communication with our local uniform suppliers who will ensure parents and carers are supported with these changes. It is of the utmost importance to us that students wear their uniform correctly and with pride to reflect the high standards we expect across the school.

Pastoral Restructure
Our continuing school improvement work, which has included collaboration with staff, students and parents, has given us the opportunity to review many areas of the school. One key area to the success of any school is that of pastoral support structures and we are keen to develop a system which best supports students, not only at this current time but also as the school moves into its next exciting phase with the expansion of numbers on roll in the new building.

I am therefore writing to inform you of our plans to move to a Year system with horizontal tutor groups from September 2017. We will however retain a House system to build on the current strengths of community and school ethos.

This decision has been made for a number of reasons as detailed below:

 To focus on student welfare and progress in line with whole school priorities

 To create a future proof pastoral structure as student numbers rise in the new school

 To build on the success this year of Year 11 being in horizontal tutor groups

 To retain the strengths and ethos of the House system

 To create and develop Year group identities and ethos

 To identify Year group improvement priorities creating a vision and development plan on an annual basis in order to support whole school improvement plans

 To improve communication regarding year specific events e.g. induction processes, option choices, exam preparation

 To create additional non-teaching support and capacity in the pastoral structure.

I welcome your support in delivering this message as a positive one to students and further information about key staff involved will be published in the half-term newsletter at the end of this week.

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Yours sincerely

Anne-Louise Payne
Head of School

Elmbridge Honour Awards
Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Elmbridge Young Persons of Honour Awards

Elmbridge Young Persons of Honour Awards

We are delighted that 4 RES students were recognised at the Elmbridge Young Persons of Honour Awards ceremony at Imber Court on Friday 5th May. The awards from Surrey Police celebrate the excellent examples of bravery, kindness and hard work achieved by young people in Elmbridge, many of whom are doing great things under very difficult circumstances.

RES students  Katie, Rosie, Jaiya and Hamzah were introduced by parliamentary candidate Dominic Raab and received their awards from the Mayor of Elmbridge Tannia Shipley.

Head of School Mrs Payne read out a brief description of the reason for nomination and said “I was very proud to see the achievements of RES students recognised in the community and to see them enjoying such a wonderful evening surrounded by friends and family.  It was also fabulous to see RES musicians, Luke, Paula and Rebecca, entertaining the audience as well.

Community Superstar
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 00:00

Community Superstar

Surrey Young Superstars awards

RES 6th form are very proud that one of our Year 12 students Hamzah Rasheed has won the Community Superstar category at this year's Surrey Young Superstars awards.

The awards are organised by leading independent travel agent Haslemere Travel in association with the county's largest voluntary youth organisation, Surrey Youth Focus and are sponsored by NatWest.

Hamzah will receive a trophy from the HM The Queen's representative in the county, the Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, at the Surrey Young Superstars special prizegiving ceremony on Sunday, May 7th at the Guildford Harbour Hotel.

Well Done Hamzah!!!

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