Race for life

Well done to all of the children, staff and parents for supporting us with the race for life.  We have raised a fantastic amount of money, the grand total to date is £1067.50!!

Thank you!

  • Handball hits new high

    7th June 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Students from The Vale Academy put North Lincolnshire on the handball map.

     

    The Olympic sport sees two teams of seven players - six outfield and a goalkeeper - pass a ball using their hands with the aim of throwing it into the goal of the other team.

    It was introduced in the PE curriculum last year and is popular, with a lunchtime club also well attended throughout the year.

     The under 13 and under 15 boys and girls’ teams represented North Lincolnshire in the East Midlands Schools’ Handball Tournament at Nott

  • Parent Voice

    6th June 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Parent Voice:

    You told us...

    You would like to be kept even more informed about your children's learning, and would like 3 Parents' Open Evenings if possible.

    We did...

    As a result of this, we will now be having a Parents' Open Evening every term from the new academic year (September 2016).

    Thank you for taking such a keen interest in your children's learning, by working together we can offer the best learning opportunities for your children.

    We, as always, look forward to your feedback.

  • KS1 (Y2) Parent Information Leaflet

    6th June 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Please follow the link to find out more about the new KS1 tests your child has recently taken. The information leaflet is from the Standards and Testing Agency. Please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher, or a senior leader, should you require any further information.

    http://www.estcourtprimary.org.uk/Exam_Results_Information

  • Beeston Festival 2016

    6th June 2016 - The South Leeds Academy

    On Saturday 4th June, the annual Beeston Festival was held at Cross Flatts Park. The event, which is in its 22nd year, was a  fantastic opportunity for local residents to come together to enjoy great music and dance, sample the wonderful food prepared by local businesses and purchase goods from a vast array of sellers. This year, TSLA students opted to represent the academy by  selling photographs taken by students in the GCSE Photography class, and  key rings and magnets designed and created by the LEAP Bu

  • Cup triumph

    6th June 2016 - The Vale Academy

    The Vale Academy’s under 14 footballers came from a goal behind to beat Baysgarth School in the final of the Scunthorpe and District Cup.

    The Brigg side had beaten South Axholme Academy, Outwood Foxhills Academy and Frederick Gough School on their way to the final, played at Baysgarth in Barton.

    The final proved a close fought game against a very good Baysgarth team, said house leader Richard Hughes.

     They went one down but came back after goals from Tom Collins and Zachariah Summerton.  Vale’s man-of-the-mat

  • Thought for the week....

    6th June 2016 - Park View Primary Academy

    Let's all join together to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday! Don't forget to come dressed in Red, White and Blue on Friday!

  • JWA at Twickenham

    6th June 2016 - John Whitgift Academy

    On Sunday 29th May 2016 30 members of the John Whitgift Community attended England v Wales rugby union international at Twickenham. On a glorious day the turn out was tremendous with over 81,000 people being the stadium. The likes of Mr Tuffnell, Mrs Sowerby, Miss Winn, Mrs Smith and Mr Burkill attended with Harrison Barrell being one of the students in attendance. Harrison had to take to the field in the John Whitgift rugby strip and partake in the National anthem. Harrison as always was a a marvellous amb

  • Detective Day

    6th June 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    5S learning how to compare fingerprints as part of their investigator day plus DNA testing!

     

  • EYFS

    6th June 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Early years pupils enjoy learning together indoors and outdoors. 

  • Year 6

    6th June 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Practising their throwing, catching and batting skills.

  • Academy Re-Opens Tuesday 7th June

    5th June 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Please note, the academy is closed for training on Monday 6th June.

    We sometimes undertake joint training with the other Hull SPTA academies, on this occasion, there will not be any of the admin team on site.

    For any enquiries, please call into the office, or telephone 01482 224336, as usual from Tuesday morning.

    Estcourt Primary Academy will be back open from 8am Tuesday 7th June for the free breakfast club, and from 8:40am for registration.

     

  • Building Work

    30th May 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Building work for the new nursery provision starts this week and will continue for the next 12 weeks.

    Letters have been sent out to the whole school about which classes are affected by the build due to classroom re-location. We aim to keep any disruption within school to a minimum during this last half term. May we ask that all parents, visitors and pupils keep clear of the building site and follow any safety signs and guidance that maybe displayed during this time.

    We thank you for your support and we cannot

  • Sponsored Walk

    27th May 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Every year Hull Trinity House Academy organises a Sponsored Walk to raise money for charity. This year's Sponsored Walk was again very successful. We would like to thank all our staff and students for their valiant effort and their record breaking pledges. 

    To know more about how this tradition started, you can read our Sponsored Walk page.

  • Race to Read Spring

    27th May 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    These are all children who managed to read at home 3 or more times every week and reached the top of the RACE TO READ chart. Well Done!

  • New Behaviour Policy

    27th May 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Please find below a copy of the New Behaviour Policy which will take effct from September 2016.

    In addition students will need to adhere to the following rules which take effect from Monday 6th June:

    • No makeup, nail varnish, acrylics or nail extensions are to be worn by students

    • No jewellery is to be worn by students

    • Hair should be cut in a style suitable for school and kept neat and tidy. Styles which are extreme or cause unnecessary attention, will not be tolerated. If any parent or student is in any doubt o

  • 5S

    27th May 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils from 5S learning important skills during Bikeability.

  • Family Picnic Postponed

    27th May 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    Sadly to due the weather we are having to postpone the picnic until next half term.

  • Little Grangers Uniform

    27th May 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    As you know we are busy preparing for the new 2 year old provision, Little Grangers, which will open in September. Little Grangers' mascot is our school bear, so we thought it would be lovely to have him on the Little Grangers jumpers. Take a look at the sample and see what you think!

  • Teachers V's Legends Non-Uniform Fund Raiser

    27th May 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    It's getting closer to the day when Mr Jones and the teachers take on ex-football legends at the Keepmoat Stadium to help raise funds for an amazing charity Eve Merton Trust (an organisation that supports local people and families coping with terminal cancer).

    To help towards the fund raising Mr Jones held a special non-uniform day on Friday with lots of sporty activities to be a part of. One of them was an amazing football game, donated by Mini Kicks. You could test your football skills by aiming for the go

  • THE ELLAND ACADEMY ART PROJECT

    26th May 2016 - The Elland Academy

    Today, years 10, 9 and 8 were invited to a workshop that launched the Art Homework Project.

    Mr Hudson would like to thank both the students and staff for making the workshop a success.

    The Workshop was entitled, ‘Postcards of Hope’ and with an introduction by Mr Hudson, everyone began eagerly designing their own postcards of hope.  The aim of the project is to design postcards that send messages of hope out to all those in the world close and far who need remembering. Throughout the year, assemblies here at t