Ofsted has recognised our school as a “Good” school (26-27 September 2017). Their report found that our school “Achievement has risen over the last three years..”,”Teachers show secure subject knowledge and use questions to encourage pupils to explain their thinking. A focus on literacy across all subjects helps pupils express their ideas accurately.”,”…staff strongly support the leaders’ vision to promote the achievement and well-being of every pupil. Staff and pupils are proud of the school” and “Safeguarding is a real strength of the school.”
The Victory Academy is officially recognised as a “Thinking School” by the University of Exeter and has also been awarded the prestigious Artsmark Platinum Award by the Arts Council England.
It is our pleasure to welcome you to The Victory Academy Website. You will find examples of the energy and enthusiasm that drives the teachers and students of this Academy to release their potential. We are privileged to work in a stunning learning environment with excellent resources.
The Academy is focused on providing an education for all. Our belief is that each person is unique – every member of our community has gifts and talents that we seek to grow and channel.
The Victory Academy has established links with The Historic Chatham Dockyard, The Royal Opera House Bridge and the Sea Cadets, aiming to raise the profile of the Academy within the local community. The Principal, Mandy Gage, also chairs the Local Cultural and Education Partnership (LCEP) Steering Group in Medway. The Academy prides itself as being a cultural champion in giving back to the local community and has strong links with Medway Foodbank and The Magpie Centre. The students and staff at the school proudly use their Victory Spirit to raise funds for charities that support local families.
The Academy offers a broad and balanced curriculum geared towards ensuring that your child will be a dynamic member of society when they leave either to further their education or start their chosen career. You will find on this site, a taste of the fantastic abilities of students and staff that continue to amaze with their skills, talent and commitment to excellence.
A group of twenty Year 10 girls recently took part in events at the Bank of…
Year 7 students have been invited to take part in a local heritage project called ‘Cabbage…
On the 27th April a group of 18 students visited UCL in London to give them…