Students’ behaviour is good. They are friendly and respectful towards adults and each other

Ofsted, May 2015 View our success stories

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Primary Maths Competition Challenges Local Year 5 Students

Yesterday we held our annual Primary School Maths competition and welcomed teams from Kings Hill, Salisbury Street, Rough Hay and Moorcroft Wood. The teams took part in various rounds including a guess the amount of sweets in a jar, a maths treasure hunt and a problem solving round. We were delighted with the energy and […]

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Students Celebrate Fairtrade Day

Year 7 students discovered more about life in Kolkota and met business guests from Co-op Energy during Fairtrade Day yesterday.  The students worked in teams to design new Fairtrade products and presented their ideas to the business guests. They also got to step into the shoes of a family living in Kolkota by making paper […]

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Read Our Spring 2017 Newsletter Now!

Our Spring 2017 Newsletter is now available to read, featuring photos from our Grace Awards event, and other news stories from the last few months. GAD Newsletter Spring 2017 (PDF)

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Keele University Bring Their Stardome Experience Back to Grace Academy Darlaston

On Friday 27th January, Keele University very kindly brought their Stardome to Grace Academy Darlaston! The Stardome is a mobile planetarium that teaches students about our solar system. Rob Jeffries, Professor of Astrophysics at Keele University, delivered a fascinating session to pupils from our local primary schools over the course of the day. One pupil […]

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Dates for your Diary

Year 10 Reports and Parents’ Evening
Thursday 30th March

Easter Holiday
Monday 10th April – Friday 21st April

Year 7 Reports and Parents’ Evening
Thursday 27th April


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Welcome from our Principal

Welcome to Grace Academy Darlaston. Our academy has moved forward at quite a pace over the last year and both staff and students should be proud of the achievements made. It is a privilege to be entrusted with the job of leading Grace Academy Darlaston and continuing this excellent work. It is my intention to see the academy flourish and to guide all students to achieve their full potential whilst embracing the core values that all Grace Academies uphold. I look forward to meeting you in the coming months and please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any concerns or queries.

Mr Carl Salt, Principal