Health matters.  It has the power to influence a person’s life expectancy, happiness and academic attainment. Here at The GORSE Academies Trust we recognise its importance and are making a commitment to improve the health of the young people we work with.

In order to improve the health, habits and happiness of our community, we have founded the GORSE gets Healthy initiative. We are so proud to be equipping students and staff alike with the education and opportunities they need to achieve healthier, more active lifestyles that will vastly improve lives for years to come.

In realising the importance of developing the community’s health, The GORSE Academies Trust identifies how sport and competition can play a crucial role in engaging young people in living a healthy lifestyle. Our aim is to use the GORSE Games and The BIG 3 Sports to contribute to this trust wide focus.

As you explore this website, you find information about GORSE gets Healthy, The BIG 3 Sports and GORSE Games, which will not only give you the tools to succeed but most importantly the desire to join us in becoming healthier.

We encourage you to support your child by making steps forward in improving your health together.


Stars of the Term

May 15th, 2020|

The extra-curricular Volleyball Club was first introduced to The GORSE Trust Academies in 2016 at the Ruth Gorse Academy. At the time, two year 7 girls took a particular interest in volleyball, and have [...]

Indoor Rowing British Record

May 14th, 2020|

Year 9 pupil, Daisy has set a new British Record on the indoor rowing machine. Daisy now holds the record for 1000 meters on a rowing machine on slides for girls aged 13-14 year old. [...]