Richard Lewis

Principal

I am delighted to welcome you to The Peak & Greenfield Academy.

The education we provide is guided by values of Respect, Trust, Humility and Excellence. These values are particularly important to us as we develop the pupils into lifelong learners and prepare them for a life beyond school.

We are an 11-16, specialist academy where everyone, staff and pupils, strive to be the best they can be. Our aim is simple ‘unlock potential’. We are proud of our warm and welcoming community in which everyone participates to make a positive contribution. We support young pupils from across Gloucestershire and neighbouring counties with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs.

As a father, I am acutely aware of the increasing importance of education in today’s world. And the role that teachers have to play in developing our children so that they are fully equipped to make a positive contribution to society.

Expectations and aspirations are high at The Peak Academy. We are committed to developing the young people in our care so that children of all abilities, backgrounds and cultures can flourish and realise their potential in a happy, caring environment.

I enormously value the links between the academy and home – success is built on strong partnerships with parents/carers and ourselves. My door is always open, and prospective, or existing parents/carers are very welcome to visit the Academy: I look forward to meeting you.

The Peak Academy – ‘Unlocking Potential’

Richard Lewis, Principal

Jack Wilkins

Head Pupil

Hello and welcome to my school!

My name is Jack. I am in Year 10, a member of the school council and Head Pupil of a very special school.  For the majority of pupils, mainstream education has been difficult or impossible to access and I feel very lucky to come here, where there is a family feel, confidence is built and futures are improved.  The Peak Academy helps nurture us, manage behaviour, problem solve and team build through fun and challenging activities.  Not everyone can say they made their own paddle and used it to kayak along the River Wye…..I did!! I enjoy construction, especially woodwork and also mechanics and am working towards my BTEC qualifications.

The outdoor stuff we do is brilliant!  For example, the Royal Marines have visited and put us through some of their training exercises, we go camping, kayaking, trekking to name just a few things and our end of year reward trip is legendary!  It’s hard work learning to get along with everyone and the staff help a lot so that we gain trust and understanding.  We are encouraged everyday to be the best we can be.  I am working towards GCSEs and vocational qualifications with the goal of becoming a carpenter and having my own business one day.  Being at The Peak Academy has changed my life for the better.

Please take a look at our website, celebrate our achievements on Twitter and get in touch if you think you can help us in any way.

Topsy & Turvy

The Peak Dogs

Meet Topsy and Turvy!

We are The Peak Dogs and we live here on site.

If you have an allergy to dogs, please inform us before your visit and be sure to tell reception on arrival.

We are used for therapeutic activities. We help the children stay calm and relaxed and also support literacy as we like being read to. The fact that we won’t laugh or criticise if they’re struggling is really important. Research has shown that children who read to listening dogs show an increase in reading levels, word recognition, a higher desire to read and write, and an increase in interpersonal skills.

The pupils also enjoy taking us out at break time and sometimes we go on adventures with them too.

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OUR NEWS

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School starts at 8:50am on Tuesday 5th June 2018

Reminder... School starts at the usual time of 8:50am on Tuesday 5th June 2018.

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DT Update 18th May 2018

Year 8/9 DT project. A downhill racer almost ready to race in Birmingham on the 15th June.

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Science Update 25th May 2018

Skiddaw have been taking part in an experiment to find out the pH levels in household products and also discovered how a chemical reaction occurred. 

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Serenity Update 25th May 2018

The end of a very hectic week and an equally hectic term!

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Everest Update 25th May 2018

We’ve had another busy term and the reward for all of their hard work is a film morning watching Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, this nicely rounds off their work during English lessons and will help them complete their end of Term 5 comprehension quiz on both the book and the film.

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English Update 25th May 2018

Year Eleven have continued with their exam revision, making sure they know the key skills and planning tools that will help the structure their answers.

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Food Technology Update 22nd May 2018

The BTEC Students went on a fact finding road trip looking at Hospitality and Catering Outlets within a 10 mile radius of school.

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Art Update 22nd May 2018

Scafell (pictured), Baystones and Skiddaw, have all been working hard over the past weeks in the art room. 

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Serenity Update 21st May 2018

Monday was an exciting day as the girls started their six week programme of swimming lessons! They all loved it and the confidence boost for Aimee was fantastic to see!

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Mini Marines Update 18th May 2018

The young Marines were this week challenged to build a water transportation structure using just bamboo sticks, guttering and sellotape.

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Everest Update 18th May 2018

The boys have been creating designs in the style of Clarice Cliff.

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DT Update 18th May 2018

Year 8/9 DT project. A downhill racer almost ready to race in Birmingham on the 15th June.

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OUR EVENTS

End of Year Awards Assembly 24th July 2018

We will be holding our end of year awards assembly on Tuesday 24th July 2018.

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Sports Day 23rd July 2018

Provisional date for our school sports day

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Academic Review Day 25th July 2018

We will be holding an Academic Review Day on Wednesday 25th July 2018.

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School Inset Day 16th April 2018

Inset Day – Monday 16th April 2018

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Academic Review Day 29th March 2018

We will be holding an Academic Review Day on Thursday 29th March 2018.

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Careers Fair in Swindon, 9th March

Careers Fair in Swindon, 9th March

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The Peak Academy, Drake Lane, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 5HD

Telephone Number: 01453 542130 | Email Address: contactus@thepeakacademy.org | Fax Number: 01453 547067

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Registered company number: 087075785

The White Horse Federation is an exempt charity

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Values, culture and character through excellence in standards

The Greenfield Academy

The Greenfield Academy is currently based at The Peak Academy in Dursley. Pupils from both schools are working together as Peak pupils until the new Greenfield Academy school has been built.

Academy Closure

You will receive a text message if the academy has to close for any reason.

Please make sure that your telephone contact details are up to date, thank you.

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