RT @TSLAattendance: How to Do Well in School @sl_academy students! https://t.co/TxVEarS0f5

RT @marywoolley: @WilliamsonMissC @sl_academy @MrAshforthTSLA Amazing teachers- not at all surprised that the kids want to be there!!!

RT @WilliamsonMissC: Our amazing history students at @sl_academy turning up for Friday after school revision 🎓😊 @MrAshforthTSLA https://t.c…

RT @MrsWebbTSLA: @sl_academy Boys Dance smashing it @uniofbrighton working with the talented Kickstart Dance company #boysdodance #pride ht…

RT @MrsWebbTSLA: @uniofbrighton Kickstart Dance Company working with @sl_academy Boys Dancers awesome start to this collaborative project #…

RT @mslaverytsla: Absolutely brilliant to see so many y8 students excited about taking a GCSE in languages at options evening tonight 😁🇫🇷🇪🇸…

RT @GuytonColin: #Outstanding 87% turnout @sl_academy Y8 Parents Evening. Really enjoyed meeting so many parents. Good luck Y8 with your #o

RT @HAT__HR: APPLY NOW: Inclusion Student Support Manager needed at The St Leonards Academy - Closing 25/01. https://t.co/kFu1pgekb5 @sl_a…

RT @Emma_ECDL_SLA: Great reading in book club today #the book thief #readingrocks https://t.co/uELREwYmbk

RT @MCrowhurst_tsla: @Emma_ECDL_SLA @sl_academy Loving this book club! Inspiring to see students reading during break times #readingforplea

Pride Through Success
Welcome to the St Leonards Academy

I am enormously proud to be the principal of The St Leonards Academy. We are a modern and innovative school with dedicated and determined staff, united by our values. We have approximately 1350 students and have the highest expectations of each and every child.

Students at our Academy experience an innovative and dynamic approach to learning in all their lessons. This year we achieved our best ever GCSE results and we continue to be the school of choice in the town, heavily oversubscribed, with 300 children in our Year 7.

In May 2012, we were judged good by Ofsted following a two-day inspection. We are the only school in the town judged good in all four categories and are on the journey to becoming outstanding.

I hope you find all the information you require on this website but please do contact us if you would like to know more or to arrange to visit us. If you would like to be kept up to date with developments at The St Leonards Academy then I recommend following us on twitter at @sl_academy.

Kay Tinsley
Latest News
Harry Potter Tripclose

Posted at: Thu, Jan 19, 2017 8:00 AM

On Thursday 12th January the DT department took 44 year 7 and 8 students on a trip to the Warner Brother Studios in Watford, to experience the magic and making of the Harry Potter series. After a long drive and a watch of the Philosopher’s Stone to get in the Harry Potter spirit, we arrived eagerly anticipating what facts and secrets we would discover. 

The students first entered through the great hall, before embarking on a golden snitch hunt, testing their flying skills on the...

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Message for parents/guardians re assembliesclose

Posted at: Mon, Jan 16, 2017 8:30 AM

We all want our children to be safe. We believe at The St Leonards Academy that students staying safe online is an extremely important part of that. In order to support all young people in this we intend to run assemblies next week about the dangers of online communication.

These assemblies will involve students watching the short film, ‘Kayleigh’s Love Story’. This film has been used in schools across the country to tell the true story of the online grooming of a teenage girl and the...

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The TSLA Big Readclose

Posted at: Wed, Jan 11, 2017 8:00 AM

On Monday 19th December, to end a long but successful term, the English department held the ‘Christmas Big Read’ in the hall for all year groups to increase students’ awareness of the benefits of reading for pleasure. The purpose of this festive bonanza was to provide every student at The St Leonards Academy with their own fictional story to read and take home. The selection ranged from War Horse to The Lovely Bones, as each student was given a book suited to their reading age. All years...

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