Students proud of their Record of Achievements

Do you remember the National Record of Achievement? It was rolled out by the Department of Education in 1993 until the early 2000s as a portfolio where pupil’s could present their academic and non-academic achievements. The idea was that it allowed pupils to showcase their skills and abilities and it provided a “nationally recognised format for individuals to set our their skills, experience and achievements.” Click through to read how the brilliant Catherine Young of Kingsbury Green Academy, is bringing back the ROA and how students couldn’t be proud with what they’ve put together.