We encourage all students to develop themselves through our extra-curricular provision, so that they leave Rushey Mead Academy as well-rounded citizens who are equipped with the skills they need for life. The Rushey 3 passport ensures that all students will be rewarded for their non-academic achievements so that, as a school, we celebrate their successes beyond results.
Each time a student is involved in anything outside of the classroom, they will record this on their passport and will accumulate points towards a Rushey Graduation Ceremony. The opportunities range from: helping out at school evening events, being on the student council, attending a club each week, helping to organise a charity event, taking part in a school assembly or school production and many more, all of which are listed in the passport.
The more things students do in school and outside of lessons, the more points the will accumulate. The higher the number of points, the higher the level of graduation. This gives all of our students the chance to graduate with Rushey First Class Honours in our graduation ceremony at the end of the year.