Congratulation to all students and staff for raising £2000 during Aspirations charity week and supporting 'The Smile of Arran Trust'.
Wednesday 5th July 5pm
Art and Technology Celebration Evening
Braintree District Community Safety Partnership will be holding four information and awareness sessions for parents and carers of children and young people of secondary school age and those with children in Year 6.
The Second of these workshops on Gangs and Knife Crime will be held at The Ramsey Academy, Halstead on Wednesday 5 July 6pm - 8pm.
Gangs and Knife Crime - these sessions will be run by Gavin Mckenna from Reach Every Generation who exist to shape a better future for tomorrow's generation, winning back those caught up in the gang culture.
The session is specifically designed to educate parents and carers on gangs and gang culture, understand the warning signs of potential gang involvement or association and how to act. It will cover the increasing role social media for gang recruitment and the behavioural patterns to watch out for. There will be frank and honest discussion about the root reasons behind why children and young people get involved in gangs.
Please note they are not suitable for children.
If you are interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
The Ramsey Academy will be open on Thursday 24th August 2017 for GCSE release of results to students. Students can arrive from 10.00am and make their way to the main hall to collect their results.
You may nominate a third party to collect your results on your behalf but you must write a short letter of authorisation to the Examinations Officer and hand it in to the Examinations Office, however, if you prefer under the Exams section of the school website there is a form which you can complete and return “Candidate Statement of Results collection for candidate”
Please ask your nominee to bring photo ID with them on the collection day. No results will be released without a letter/ completed form and supporting ID.
No results will be given out by telephone.
Summer Reading Challenge 2017 are looking for volunteers aged 14 and over to help out in local libraries this summer.
Closing date now extended to Sunday 18 June.
Volunteering with Essex libraries is great to put on CV's as it shows key skills employers might be looking for – customer service skills, organisation, taking the initiative, attention to detail, working as part of a team to name but a few. And we are happy to be used as references as soon as volunteering is complete. In addition to this it a great way for young people to gain confidence and earn valuable life experience.
Volunteers have to be 14 years and over but other than that there are no other requirements or experience needed – all are welcome to apply!