Q3 Academy would like to invite all parents and carers of children who start their journey with the Academy in September to our New Intake evening on Wednesday 6th May. We anticipate the meeting to take approximately one hour, after which there will be an opportunity to ask questions and to meet members of the Q3 Team.
Sixth Form students, staff and invited guests from Education and Business were treated to a live violin concert by Violinist Craig Owen just before the Easter Break, as part of the annual Sponsors Dinner. Students were given a once in a lifetime opportunity to network with CEOs from major organisations within the West Midlands and surrounding areas whilst enjoying a three course meal and a wonderful live concert.
Competing against some tough schools who were very experienced having taken part several times previously, Q3 Academy outshone on the day. Our defence won the first case as our defendant was found not guilty. We scored higher than the winner from the previous 3 years, which was a massive achievement for our students.
Adam and James Chambers of Walsall FC returned to their former school to reminisce before the run up to their big game this Sunday (22/3/2015). BBC Midlands Today (broadcast 19/3/2015) covered the twins as they met students and answered questions, as well as meeting with their former PE teacher, Mr Perrins, who is still working at the school which has now become Q3 Academy.
As part of the Aston Villa Social Enterprise programme, some of our Year 10 students pitched an idea to 4 top judges, including Aston Villa first team player Libor Kozak, in a Dragons’ Den style event.
A small group of Q3 Academy Sixth Form students were selected to take part in ITV’s Election 2015 School Debate on Tuesday 3rd March. It gave Daniel Devane, Elizabeth Robinson and Satvir Athwal an opportunity to discuss matters affecting young people today as part of ITV’s run up to the General Election on 7th May 2015.
Another sporting achievement for Q3 Academy student Lewis Bradbury, who battled his way to be awarded the Bronze medal for his efforts at the Yorkshire Open Karate Championships. Under WKF rules the event itself was of a high standard and Lewis was able to compete against 16-17 year olds and hold his own. It was the first outing for him in this category since turning 16.
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