Welcome to Tudor Grange Samworth Academy

A Church of England School

RT @TGSAThe_Arts: Good evening TGSA students . I’ve attached an additional learning opportunity you may want to access after your remote l…

Strong work by the TGSA team today - lots of positive messages from parents about the quality of online learning.… https://t.co/XRtSra08zf

A fabulous effort by TGSA staff today - preparing resources for every child. So much care and dedication to ensure… https://t.co/OUyr9kQWpj

RT @TGSAgeography: After two days of preparation, online lessons are ready for our #TGSA geography students over the coming weeks. No matte…

Goodbye and good luck Mr Wilkinson, we will all miss you dearly.

Well done to Year 2, who have been writing their own version of the ‘Three Little Pigs’ this week! ✍️🐷🐷🐷

Support is available at 'c19support@leicester.gov.uk' if you need help during the pandemic to get food or other ess… https://t.co/NDPYQfVWk3

This week a group of year 5 and 6 took part in the Science book review. After looking at 6 different texts they fou… https://t.co/ij48L7GPsn

RT @Leicester_News: From today #Leicester is now under #Tier3 of @GOVUK local restrictions. Find out what this means for you at: https://t…

RT @TGSA_MFL: Primary writing first sentences on the topic of Xmas @TGSAPrincipal @Sroachma @TGATrust

RT @MissR_TGSA: Creative cultures adding sewing stitches to their appliqués linked to the Caribbean @TGSAPrincipal @Mrs_A_Morton we’ve been…

RT @TGSAgeography: What an excellent turnout for Period 6 today with Year 10 students?! A room filled with 51 resilient geographers, prepar…

RT @NHSLeicester: If you have any symptoms of #coronavirus, you should self-isolate and get a test. You can book a test by: 📱 Using the NH…

RT @TGSAgeography: An empowering STEPS lesson with Year 8&9 regarding homophobia- lots of debate; a real sense of #Pride at TGSA and why it…

An update from the City Mayor @CityMayorLeic regarding places of worship and festivals is available to read now on… https://t.co/f7IITIv6E5

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Safe and Happy

Within an aspirational, positive and caring Christian ethos, Tudor Grange Samworth Academy provides a safe, happy and purposeful environment which allows every child to flourish and make a valuable contribution to the academy and wider community.

World Class

We strive to provide a world class education which develops the full potential of each and every student, giving them the opportunity to compete in any field, no matter what their starting point.

Resilient Learners

The “norm” for students in this school is a love of learning, working hard and respecting others. Our focus on developing the TUDOR Habits encourages students to see mistakes as a learning opportunity.

Christian and British Values

The TUDOR values of Tolerance, Unity, Democracy, Opportunity and Respect run through all aspects of academy life. We pride ourselves on our college (Secondary) and class (Primary) system that allows students to feel part of a smaller community within the academy. Our system ensures that all students have access to the support they need and provides opportunities to celebrate the successes they achieve. It also provides every student with opportunities to support their school and wider community.

Passion, Clarity and Belief

We aim to develop teachers for whom clarity, passion and belief are at the core of everything they do and teachers who are disciplined and can work effectively with each other and with other staff from a range of educational domains.

Mrs S Roach
Executive Principal

TG Rewards

We pride ourselves on our college system that allows all of our pupils to feel part of a smaller community within the Academy.

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