On Friday 12th February, a group of entrepreneurial year 7 students from the Crest Academy ran their own End of Term Bake Sale, where they sold homemade cakes to raise money for a children’s charity which they felt passionate about. … Read More
The Brent and Kilburn Times newspaper published an article about Susan Pollock’s visit to the Crest Academy earlier this month. To view the full article online please click here.
There are three pathways that Crest Academy students can take in key stage four: EBacc Integrated Vocational Each pathway has a variety of courses to choose from. To find out more about the pathways and the course please download and … Read More
The Crest Academy in Crest Road was branded “inadequate” in 2013 and again last year for poor quality of teaching, low achievement, and weak leadership. It was placed in special measures, meaning it was subject to regular short-notice Ofsted inspections … Read More
Tutors will be discussing individual attendance and targets on a weekly basis with students. If you have any concerns around your child’s attendance to school please speak to their Tutor in the first instance.
Following my visit with Her Majesty’s Inspectors Vanessa Ward and Helen Matthews to your academy on 1 and 2 December 2015, I write on behalf of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills to confirm the inspection … Read More
I am writing to inform you about the end of term arrangements for this week. All students are expected to be in the Academy on Friday 18th December 2015, which is the last day of term. The Academy will start … Read More
I am delighted to welcome the Leader of the Council, Councillor Muhammed Butt and the rest of the Cabinet members to Crest. Mohsen Ojja, Principal
At The Crest Academy, our vision is ‘Every student ready for university, every student a leader’. On the 21st of September 2015, an excited group of Year 10 and Year 11 students entered the Key Stage 4 assembly to hear … Read More
The Crest Academy are pleased to announce a steady increase in 2015 GCSE results with 46% of students achieving the government headline figure of 5A*-C grades including English and Maths. This is a huge 15% improvement on last year’s grades … Read More