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!

  • Challenge adds up to success

    25th January 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Dividing lines were drawn but nothing could take away from a highly successful maths challenge between teams from eight primary schools.

    Parents and grandparents added to a supportive atmosphere as 32 pupils from Years 3 and 4 and the same number from Years 5 and 6 took part in the now annual event at The Vale Academy in Brigg.

    Organiser Jayne Keeler said the aim was to provide a mathematical challenge for the local primary schools.

    “We want to show them from an early age that maths can be fun and interesting,

  • Andrew Percy MP visit

    22nd January 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Andrew Percy MP visited Year 10 to talk about Parliament, being an MP, Government and Politics and had a lively debate with students.

  • The Elland Academy recognised again!

    22nd January 2016 - The Elland Academy
    Head of Academy, Alice Ngondi, has had an article published in the Times Educational Supplement. The article explains the strategies The Elland Academy is using to raise attendance.
  • New Government information on radicalisation

    22nd January 2016 - John Whitgift Academy

    Please use the follow links for the latest Government information on preventing radicalisation and extremism for schools, teachers, parents and carers.  



  • Wind in The Willows

    22nd January 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    The Image Music Theatre Group put on a fabulous performance of Wind in The Willows.  Everyone really enjoyed it and thank you to those pupils who took part.

  • Congratulations Y5 Maths Team

    22nd January 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Well done to our Y5 maths team who were winners at the John Whitgift Maths Challenge.

  • Presentation Evening

    20th January 2016 - The Elland Academy

    Representatives of The Elland Academy were pleased to attend the presentation evening on Friday 15th January at Hunslet Boys and Girls Club. The evening was an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our learners who accessed courses at HBGC. Our staff were able to share the success of Fiona who is now studying Hair and Beauty, Courtney who is studying Uniformed Services and Jordan who is studying construction. It was a pleasure to watch them (alongside their friends and families) walk proudly on to th

  • Parking on Jossey Lane

    20th January 2016 - Don Valley Academy

    Please read the notice below received from the Highways Department regards parking on Jossey Lane.


    Whilst it is appreciated that parking in residential areas is becoming increasingly difficult around schools it has been brought to our attention that the grassed verges on Jossey Lane - Scawthorpe are being parked upon and as such it is causing damage.

    If you are one of the persons parking your vehicle on the verge, I must request that this unacceptable pr

  • Homework Steering Group

    20th January 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Wednesday 20th January Manor Croft Academy hosted its first meeting of the new Homework Steering Group in the library at 4pm.  The group will be meeting regularly to ensure that the use of homework or extended study impacts on progress more across the Academy.  It was a very productive meeting and the group will meet again on the 24th February at 4pm.

  • Bishop Steven Visit

    19th January 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Bishop Steven visited the academy last week and met with Y13 Philiosopohy and Ethics class to talk about "Life After Death", during the discussion the topics covered included- what happens to the soul after death? what is the apocalypse? How do our life experiences contribute to the afterlife? What is Heaven like?   

    It definitely left everyone with plenty to think about!

  • Numeracy Quiz

    19th January 2016 - Worlaby Academy

    On 19th January we attended the Vale Academy to take part in a numeracy quiz.

  • Year 6 football Tournament

    19th January 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Year 6 took part in a Football Tournament at Goals Football Centre. They won one game, lost one game and drew one game. They had a great time, the boys showed great spirit and teamwork.

  • Young Voices

    19th January 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    On Monday 18th January an excited bus full of Wainwright pupils travelled to Sheffield Motorpoint Arena to take part in Young Voices, the largest school concert in the world!

  • Young Voices at Sheffield Arena

    19th January 2016 - Pheasant Bank Academy

    On Tuesday 19th January 2016 a group of students from Pheasant Bank Academy joined the world’s largest choir at Young Voices, Sheffield Arena.  There were over 5000 children there from 110 schools. After months of hard work, learning the songs and actions, it all paid off because the concert was a huge success. The children sang and danced alongside special guests; Urban Strides, Laura wright and Tom Billington.  There was also a special guest Barney from Blue Peter, who conducted a song as part of a Blue p

  • Thought for the Week ....

    18th January 2016 - Park View Primary Academy

    It's Road Safety Week. Can you remember the Green Cross Code?

  • Special Chinese Lunch

    18th January 2016 - East Garforth Primary Academy

    We are excited to announce our special Chinese lunch on Thursday 21st Jan. Everyone welcome - FREE to KS1 children and £2 to KS2 children.

  • Budding chef triumphs in cooking competition

    15th January 2016 - Don Valley Academy

    On 11th January at Sheffield Hallam University, 3 talented hopefuls, aged between 12 and 16, took up the challenge to showcase their fantastic cooking skills and battled it out to win their Local Final gaining a place in the Regional Final and getting one step closer to the National Final on the 14th March 2016.

    14 year old Josh Lindley from Don Valley Academy reigned supreme, impressing the judges, with his winning menu of Salmon en Croute with samphire and hassle back potatoes and Lemon, Raspberry and whi

  • Billionaire Boy

    15th January 2016 - Don Valley Academy

    Don Valley student Elliot Sprakes recently took centre stage in his first major role in a new David Walliams adaptation. Elliot hit our screens on New Years Day as the star of Billionaire Boy, a classic rags-to-riches story.

    Elliot had four auditions before being given the role. Four weeks of filming followed in Sheffield, Rotherham and London, which was complete in October.

    “The best thing about the process was meeting everyone, I’ve made really good friends with some of the other actors. The most challengin

  • Maun Valley Citizens

    15th January 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Queen Elizabeth’s Academy students visited All Saints Academy today as part of their work and commitment to Maun Valley Citizens, which supports students to seek justice in their local community.

    The students have split into three working groups, Media, Community and Schools this was to ensure that they achieve the most they can around the area of Job opportunities for young people in the future in Mansfield.  Students explored the ideas of how they should be more informed on careers, guidance and jobs.

    The t