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!

  • Easter Cake Sale

    30th March 2016 - The Elland Academy

    During enterprise sessions students organised a bake sale to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Students created posters and baked all the cakes which were sold during break and lunch time. Lots of staff members and students bought cakes helping our students to raise £41 on the day.

  • New School Menu - Spring Term 2016

    29th March 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Nottinghamshire County Council currently provide our school dinners and this is contract is coming to an end at Easter. We have been working hard to find the best provider for our school dinners. Some of our pupils have helped us on this mission and they joined us on a great day out where different providers brought us their food to sample.

     

    We are pleased to say that our school dinners will be provided by a company called Chartwells; a leading provider in primary school meals in the UK.

     

    Here you can find th

  • Year 6 English Booster Sessions

    29th March 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    In preparation for the Year 6 SATs in May, we will be offering two booster sessions for English before school on a Wednesday and Thursday morning. The sessions will be from 8:30 – 9:00am. The sessions will start after the Easter holiday (Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st April) and run every week until the exams. The last booster sessions will be Thursday 5th May.

    During the session your child will be offered toast and juice.

    The focus of the sessions will be grammar and spelling because this year the difficult

  • Southwell Minster Visit

    29th March 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    The whole of the Academy community, staff and students, visited Southwell Minster on Tuesday 29th March 2016 for an Easter Celebration Service. This was the first time the whole Academy community had visited the Minster and after the success of the event this will become an annual event in the future.

    The service was led by Fr Matthew Askey from the Minster and the Academy Chaplain, Mrs S Smart. The service focussed on the vision statement of the Academy: Seek Justice, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly with Your God.

  • Vale View spring 2016

    25th March 2016 - The Vale Academy

    This issue of the Vale Views is packed with events, sports, report of our stage play, Scrooge, and much more.

  • Easter Y11 Revision Sessions

    24th March 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    The Academy is running some Y11 Revision Sessions over Easter Holiday. You can find the detailed timetable here and on our page: How to Support my Child

    Furthermore, our Y11 Revision Guide is available on the same page. It gives further information that can be used at home to help support the revision process for the examinations. Each subject area offers guidance about revision tools and techniques which could be used and suitable revision resources. Details of additional revision sessions are also includ

  • Wear a Hat

    24th March 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Today was Wear a Hat day at Hull Trinity House Academy in order to raise awareness about Brain Tumours. This is a subject particularly important to us at the Academy and you can read the story of our Exam Officer, Mrs Jayne Reffin, in the Hull Daily Mail

    Here is a picture some of our boys in their hats:

  • Dinner Day 2016

    24th March 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Yesterday was our annual Dinner Day. All the boys were outstanding during our whole Academy parade and inspection from the Master Warden, the Principal and School Captain. Following this, KS4 students attended their Chapel Service followed by a lunch with the Brethren. As usual, it was a very special day for the Academy and the Year 11 students.

    To know more about this tradition you can look at this page of our website.

    Here are some pictures of the whole school parade below:

     

    And some pictures of the meal w

  • Easter Revision Timetable

    24th March 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    Please see the attached document for the Easter Revision Timetable.

  • Y1 Superhero Day!

    24th March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    The children have been making masks, superhero passports, superhero biscuits and having a super strength competition outside to see who is strongest and can throw the furthest!

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  • Rugby proves big hit

    24th March 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Enthusiastic girls took part in their first rugby tournament since the sport was introduced to the PE curriculum.

    Mrs Taylor took 14 Year 8 students to Lincolnshire Rugby Club in Nettleham  where they played nine, seven-a-side games against other county schools.

    Mrs Taylor said the matches, with tackling and uncontested scrums, had given the girls an excellent first experience of competitive rugby.

    “The girls were all amazing, getting involved fully with all of the tackles and not shying away from anyone,” she

  • 2H

    24th March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    2H treated us all to a Samba Drumming Parade at school today. Fabulous!

  • Bishop Paul's Visit

    24th March 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Bishop Paul Williams walked the Stations of the Cross with a group of students when he visited Queen Elizabeth’s Academy on Maundy Thursday.

    The group, which also included the Principal, Mike Smith, Chair of Governors Pam Bishop and the Academy Chaplain Steph Smart, paused at each station to pray and reflect with Bishop Paul.

    Each station was represented by a beautiful piece of artwork on the walls of the cloisters at the Academy. The art had been produced by  students.

    At the Fourteenth and final station – ‘J

  • Easter Egg Competition

    23rd March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    A big thank you to everyone who entered our Easter Egg competion.  Your creations were amazing and Mrs Peacock & Nutkin found it very difficult to pick the winners.

  • Early Years Easter Egg Hunt

    23rd March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Children in early years had fun searching the playground for Easter Eggs!

  • Lunchtime Rules Competition

    23rd March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Thank you do everyone who did a poster for our lunchtime rules.  The competition was organised through School Council and Midday Supervisors.  Well done to the winners.  Everyone's poster will be put up in the dining room.

  • 'People are Messy'

    23rd March 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Wednesday 23rd March Year 9 and 10 students at Manor Croft were privileged to watch a professional drama production performed by the 'Theatre of Debate Company'.  The performance, entitled 'People are Messy' dealt with the sensitive issues of loss, bereavement and dealing with terminal illness.  The performance was excellent and Y9 and Y10 students also took part in a live interactive debate following the performance using hand held voting devices.

    Representatives from Leeds and Manchester university were

  • Easter Service

    23rd March 2016 - Worlaby Academy

  • Easter Egg Hunt 2016

    23rd March 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

     

    Year's 1 & 2 had a Cracking time this afternoon with their Easter Crafts and egg hunt. They crafted masks and baskets for their hunt. Then the real fun began searching the grounds for the eggs.

    Thank you to all the parents who came along to work with the children. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Y10 French/History Trip: Monday, 28th March

    22nd March 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Following the tragic events in Brussels, the SPTA have been in close consultation with the OEP (Outdoor Education Advisory Panel) regarding planned visits that are overseas or to a major UK based city or venue, and the potential risks posed by these types of visits.

    Current FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) advice is for all schools to continue with their planned visits to France and consequently travel and insurance companies will not be prepared to offer refunds should an academy cancel a planned visit