Unity City Academy, Middlesborough, TS3 8RE
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Unity City Academy
Middlesborough, TS3 8RE
01642 326262

We are delighted to introduce you to Unity City Academy (UCA), the most improved school in Middlesbrough! With a 98% 5A*-C pass rate, the best in the town, the academy has a proven track record in ensuring students make strides in education and fulfil their optimum potential.

Academic achievement for everyone is at the heart of all that we do and we are delighted with our improvements during the past five academic years. In the most important measures of 5A*-C, including maths and English, our percentage pass rate has improved from 18% in 2008 to 48% in 2012; a 23% improvement on last year and 8% above government target. For the past four out of five years we have gained national recognition as one of the most improved schools and academies in the country.

Whatever your child’s skills and interests, the academy has a great deal to offer; students are driven to achieve academic success, develop their creativity, excel on the sports field and encounter a plethora of new experiences in a safe and enjoyable environment encouraged by a team of dedicated and experienced professionals. Our recent success is built on the excellent partnerships the academy has developed with parents, carers, local Primary Schools and the wider community, enabling our students to achieve examination success and the personal confidence to enter the world of further and higher education as they progress to life long careers. At UCA we believe that “Every Child Matters”. Ofsted recognised the academy as “a place where students have good personalised care, support and opportunity.”

It is clear in this ever changing world of education and employment demands that the need for personalised educational pathways must remain at the forefront of our planning for our student’s future success. We are going from strength to strength enabling all our students to be “The best they can” and thus embody the academy vision of accepting our duty to inspire young people to make achieve as we fully believe that “The future belongs to those who are educated for it.”

At Unity City Academy we are committed to:

 

·         Raising the aspirations and the achievement levels of students in our community by offering them the best educational opportunities available

·         Creating an environment that promotes world class teaching and develops enterprising minds to help students to prepare for life and the world of work

·         Emphasising the development of moral purpose to help students become responsible young citizens who make valuable contributions to society

·         Providing educational opportunities and excellent facilities which are shared by parents, carers and the wider community throughout the whole year

·         Ensuring our students experience a rich, enjoyable and varied curriculum which fully prepares them for employment, further/higher education and life within the twenty first century

·         Providing a safe, supportive and caring environment for students, where learning counts, people matter and where tolerance and understanding promote respect for all members of the academy and the wider community

·         Promoting very high expectations of behaviour, attendance, uniform and attitudes to learning

·         An emphasis on securing good levels of numeracy and literacy in Years 7, 8 and 9, along with smaller nurture groups for selected students in these early years and accelerated programmes

·         Targeted examination groups with intervention throughout KS4

·         Promotion of learning at every level including through the enrichment programmes, provisions, theme days and off site trips and visits

·         A dedicated Intervention Programme for those needing behaviour support with programmes to enable their speedy reintegration to mainstream

·         KS3 Skills for Effective Learning (SfEL) programmes to help students develop critical skills and positive attitudes to problem solving, decision making, emotional literacy, creativity, communication, organisation and leadership

·         Providing choice and opportunity for students, helping them to realise their individual talents

·         Pathways that address specific aptitudes, skills, interests, learning styles and goals of individual students

·         Personalisation of learning to ensure that the needs and aspirations of all students are addressed on an individual basis

·         The systematic use of assessment data to provide realistic but challenging targets for all students

·         Monitoring and evaluation procedures to track individual student progress

·         Personal tutor and peer mentoring programmes to support the wider development of students.

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