Welcome to The Streetly Academy, a 1400 strong, 11 - 18 Sports College in the heart of the community. Streetly enjoys an enviable reputation as a school that not only produces high levels of academic achievement, but also focusses on developing rounded and grounded young people.
There are 2 things that drive us at The Streetly Academy, Values and Achievement. We have adopted the Olympic Values that sit at the very centre of everything we do. Personal Excellence, Respect and Friendship, Inspiration, Determination and Courage, and Equality (PRIDE) are values that are universally shared, and help our students maximise their achievement. Not only are we proud of our results, we are equally proud of our well-mannered, helpful, and well-presented students.
We have an extensive Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme, Sports Leaders programmes and a highly effective Pupil Leadership Team whose views are sought on everything from senior staff appointments to improvements in teaching and learning. Via our pupil engagement strategy, we successful enable our students to lead and take responsibility on a wide variety of issues, from learning spaces to gardens, e-learning to the environment.
Our attractive site boasts superb facilities, particularly in the area of our sports specialism, with a full-size synthetic turf pitch, 4 court sports hall, gym and fitness area, dance studio, swimming pool, and now the country’s first and only school based Padel Tennis facility. We are particularly proud of the contribution our Sixth Form Students make to the life of the school.
At Streetly, every student has access to a one-to-one device, a Google Chromebook. As one of only 2 secondary schools in the country recognised as a Google Certified Reference School, our reputation for being leaders in using technologies for education is both national and international.
I hope that you find the information on this website of interest and that it gives you a flavour of life at The Streetly Academy. We welcome a visit at any time, so please make the time to come in and see our school at work.