The Archer Academy
The Archer Academy
We are an ambitious community school which celebrates academic success, creative thinking and social responsibility in equal measure. Founded four years ago, we serve students aged 12-16. We pride ourselves on the extra opportunities we offer, both during and after the school day, which allow our students to discover their passions and talents and to think about where these might take them.
Our three-fold vision for the Archer Academy is rooted in our desire to provide an outstanding, inclusive and ambitious education for local children, an experience that they will relish and that will prepare them for adult life. It underpins every aspect of life at the Archer Academy, and is the benchmark against which we measure our success.
Helping students to achieve personally, socially and academically to the best of their abilities. Our outstanding teachers set high standards and challenge each and every student to fulfil their individual potential, both in their studies and through extra-curricular activities.
Providing an enjoyable and inspirational education that encourages students to be analytical, inventive and self-motivated. This commitment to creativity and analytical thinking applies across the whole curriculum as well as our extra-curricular opportunities.
Engaging with our community
Ensuring that students respect others and value working with others for mutual benefit. The Archer Academy is a school with its roots in the community, and so responsibility and participation are fundamental to our ethos.
The Archer Academy aims to:
- To build upon a pilot with The Restart Project, a social enterprise that teaches students to value and use electronics for longer, preventing electronic waste for themselves and the local community.
Established: September 2012
Board members: 18
Full time staff: 46
Part time staff: 42
Phone number: 07711 439483
Address: Stanley Road Campus, Eagans Close, London N2 8GA
Archer Academy Restart ProjectFollowing a successful pilot we will run a series of events teaching students how to exten... More