Stockland Green School
Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Stockland Green School
Stockland Green School is a mainstream, co-educational, non-denominational secondary academy for children aged 11-16. It is situated in Erdington, just outside Birmingham in the West Midlands, and there are 723 pupils on its roll.
The secondary school converted to academy status in 2012 and is part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership, a respected multi-academy trust consisting of four primary schools and three secondary schools, along with other learning centres.
Mrs Marie George
Values and vision
Stockland Green School expects all its pupils to set high standards and expectations for themselves. The secondary school has an all-inclusive ethos and its motto is "aspire, believe, achieve". Children are challenged to aspire to be the best they can be; they are encouraged to believe that they can achieve anything if they work hard. Teachers aim to ensure that pupils leave Stockland Green School as confident, skilled and moral citizens.
“Senior leaders monitor students’ progress effectively and intervene quickly should any student underperform. In English, students achieve exceptionally well because this subject is taught consistently well. The Arthur Terry Multi Academy trust has delivered effective teachers’ professional development, and this underpins the improvements in teaching quality. The school is vigilant in ensuring students are safe. It takes great care to protect students from radicalisation or sexual exploitation. Disabled students and those who have special educational needs achieve well.”