Working together to keep our school community safe
Please do not send your children to school if anyone in your household has tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 10 days or is showing symptoms of Covid-19 and awaiting a test/result. Please inform the school immediately so the attendance records can be updated.
Testing of family members: Adults without symptoms who want to access rapid Covid-19 testing at home who are in a household with school-age children (including childcare and support bubbles) can collect test kits from their local authority AST or can order them online.
Year 10 Assessments: Please read this letter for the latest information regarding assessments.
Year 9 Options: You can also read this booklet for information about the options subjects on offer.
Lateral Flow Testing: Please read the latest information here regarding the twice weekly testing and how to register your results.
New Year 7 Cohort: Please click here for more information regarding your transition
Uniform Replacements: If you need to replace a uniform, you can contact a second hand uniform supplier on: RuberySwopShop@outlook.com
Home Learning: please click here for guidance and support
Parent Coffee Mornings: Fridays at 9-10am, on MS Teams, please click here to learn more.
Emergency and on-going help: please read this letter from the Birmingham Children's Partnership
Welcome from our Executive Principal
My vision for Ark Boulton Academy is simple: together we give each of our students the skills, personal qualities and qualifications they need to be successful at university and in the career of their choice; together we make them role models for future generations, helping them to fulfil their potential and raise aspirations; and that together we reach higher by ensuring that our young people can compete on level terms for places at university and in the job market.
At Ark Boulton Academy we work together to ensure that each of our children can overcome barriers to learning, catch up where needed and achieve at the highest levels by working harder, behaving better and making faster progress than children in other schools.
- Mrs H K Channa OBE JP
How to access home learning
Watch this video to learn how to use the virtual academy