Sybil Andrews Academy
Suffolk, United Kingdom
About Sybil Andrews Academy
Located in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Sybil St Andrews Academy is an extremely modern secondary academy, part of the Samuel Ward Academy Trust. The school only opened in January 2017, on a brand new purpose-built site. Although a secondary school, Sybil Andrews Academy will not post its first set of GCSE results until 2019, with its first Ofsted inspection taking place in 2020. The school has a capacity for around 600 students aged 11-16, making it smaller than the average secondary school. As a newly-built academy, the school can boast of a range of modern facilities, including a 4G football pitch, gym, dance studios as well as extensive science and technology facilities.
Mr Andy Prestoe
Values and Vision
Sybil Andrews academy outlines a number of different values for its students to follow as part of its ethos. These include the values of Compassion, for themselves and others; Hope, having confidence in themselves and their abilities; Wisdom, gained through learning; Courage, to try new things and push themselves; Resilience, keeping faith should something go wrong; Integrity, remaining honest with others and themselves; and finally, Responsibility, guiding their own learning and remaining independent and self-motivated. The school seeks to encourage these values in all its students by providing them with both high-quality teaching and proper personal guidance.
As a newly-built school, Sybil Andrews Academy is not due for its first Ofsted inspection until 2020, three years after its opening.