Welcome to The Queen Elizabeth Academy Virtual Open event.

Thank you for stopping by and having a look at our wonderful school, we hope to hold a live open day for new students to visit us before the end of this school year but will have to wait for the Covid-19 guidelines to change and for group gatherings to be safe once again.  In the meantime please have a good look around our website and listen to the messages from key members of our staff below.  If you have any questions for us after you have seen everything please email us at info@tqea.org.uk.

The Queen Elizabeth Academy Prospectus

How to apply for a year 7 secondary school place Applications cannot be made to The Queen Elizabeth Academy, they have to be made via Warwickshire School Admissions.

We are so disappointed to not be able to welcome you to our Academy in person.  We have created a virtual tour for you to explore and have a look around our lovely school.  Please click on the box below to take a look around.

Neil Harding is our new Principal and he has been with us since April 2020.  He has managed us through the complications of lockdown and then through the return to school, following all of the government guidelines to put together new protocols in line with our comprehensive risk assessments to ensure our students and staff are safe.  Mr Harding was delighted to then be able to welcome students back to school and see them in classrooms and learning with our great team of staff.  Click on the box below to hear his message.

Richard Armishaw is the Assistant Principal for Curriculum.  All students, without regard to age, aptitude, attainment level, ability or social circumstances, are entitled to an education of the highest quality. Education is of value for its own sake and TQEA seeks to encourage all students to learn at school, outside school and beyond academy age.  The academy curriculum recognises individual student needs and abilities and supports the development of intellectual, cultural, moral, aesthetic, spiritual, physical and social qualities.  Please click on the box below to hear about curriculum, teaching and learning at TQEA.

For more information click here for our curriculum page.

Mrs Ressel is our Assistant Principal SEND and Safeguarding lead.  TQEA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  To achieve this commitment, we ensure continuous development and improvement of robust safeguarding and child protection processes and procedures that promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our staff and volunteers.  At TQEA we aim to be fully inclusive and meet the needs of all of our pupils, regardless of age or ability.  Please click on the box below to hear her message.

For more information:

Click here for our safeguarding page

Click here for our SEND page

Mrs Morris is our Assistant Principal who heads up our Pastoral Team and oversees the behaviour and rewards process across our school.  We have a student code of conduct and this is the basis of our rewards and behaviour system Ready – Respectful – Safe are the key words and actions at TQEA, we expect our students to follow this ethos when in school, wear their uniform with pride and be equipped and ready to learn for all lessons.  Please click on the box below to hear her message.

Our Governor Team

We have a wonderful Local Academy Committee who support us in leading our academy.  Click here to find out more about them.

Our Academy Trust

We belong to the Academy Transformation Trust for more details about them please click here.

Past Communications

We have a parents letters and information page and a newsletters page if you would like to see previous communications from us.