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!

  • 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

  • Success in Vocal Exams

    15th January 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Samara Edwards and Sophie Eaton

    Congratulations and celebrations for two year 8 girls on recently passing their grade 1 vocal exam.  We look forward to supporting you on your music journey.  Well done and keep up the singing!

  • Dance Competition

    15th January 2016 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    A message from one of our pupils:

    'Recently lower key stage 2 has took part in a dance competition in De Lacy Academy against other schools in the area.  All schools were determined to win the prize and that is why we've been working extra hard to achieve this goal.  Year 3 and 4 where learning specific dances to different songs every Friday to practice for the big night!  The night was an amazing experience and we cant wait for the next one!'

    Cameron Westerman - Class Zebras

    Well done to everyone that took pa

  • Craven Career Morning

    15th January 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    On Friday we held our first Craven Career morning, seven guests from different careers including the RAF, Health and Social Care, author, midwifery and communications were invited into the academy to be interviewed by the children to see if they could guess their jobs.

    The children were so excited to meet our visitors and their speaking and listening skills were put to the test when they questioned them about their careers. Only one guest managed to keep their jobs a secret which was fantastic work by the ch

  • Keeping PBA tidy

    15th January 2016 - Pheasant Bank Academy

    Well done to all of our pupils for working hard to keep our Academy grounds tidy. The children in this photograph worked with Mr Jerrison to pick up litter that had blown on to our playground and field last week.

  • De Lacy Christmas Dance Show 2015

    14th January 2016 - Simpsons Lane Academy
    De Lacy Christmas Dance Show 2015
    Miss Coopey's and Mrs. Morgan's classes attended De Lacy to participate in the dance competition 2015 on Wednesday 9th December 2015.
    They danced to: Santa Clause is Comin' to Town by Justin Bieber and Anaconda by Nicki Minaj.
    Both classes were brilliant and we even won 'The Best supported classes'!
    Lots of people were there to watch and the children behaved impeccably; they danced magnificently too!!
    Well done year 3!!
  • Philosophy & Ethics London Excursion

    14th January 2016 - Garforth Academy

    Last week forty one Year 8 students were treated to two days of religious inquiry and sightseeing of one of the world’s most iconic cities.

    With the support of a Tour Guide from Galina International Study Tours, pupils were given access and tours London Central Mosque, St Pauls Cathedral, Westminster Cathedral and Neasden Mandir. The respect of the students for places of worship and the professionalism of the faithful leading the tours created an atmosphere of awe, intrigue and learning. It was truly an ‘ey

  • Y6 SATs meeting

    13th January 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    Thank you to all of the parents who came to the Y6 meeting last night.  Please find a copy of all of the information we gave on the Y6 page on the website.


    If you would like any more information or have any questions please speak to Mr Whitehead or Mr Phillips.

    Please remember boosters start today.

    Thank you


    12th January 2016 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Bored with packed lunch why not try a school meal with us on Thursday 21st January 2016?

    Please see below for the exciting Chinese Menu.

  • Reception Read Write Inc Parents Morning

    12th January 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    On Tuesday 12th January we had meeting for parents of our reception children about our new Read Write Inc reading and writing scheme.

    The meeting consisted of a short presentation which had videos explaining the scheme including how to sound, blend and Fred talk! Parents were then invited into the classrooms to watch how children are taught to read and write using the scheme.

    Parents enjoyed watching the lesson and kindly gave us feedback about the training and whether it was useful to attend. Please find bel

  • Year 4 & 5 Hull Uni Visit

    12th January 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Tuesday 12th January Meerkats, Tigers & Panthers went to Hull Universify for a lecture on Senses, some of the children were asked to participate during the course of the afternoon.

  • Y8 Ambitions Programme

    11th January 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    A group of identified year 8 students took part in their annual visit to Sutton Bonnington Campus which is part of the University of Nottingham.  Our students were a credit to the Academy and to themselves in how they engaged with day and all the activities that were completed.

    Students had the chance to begin to plan their thoughts around what jobs they might like to do in the future and what subjects they are currently doing. The mapped out what they thought they were good at, and what they enjoyed to help

  • Thought for the Week ....

    11th January 2016 - Park View Primary Academy

    Remember, it is always better to tell the truth.

  • Apprenticeships Presentation

    11th January 2016 - Garforth Academy

    On Monday 11th January Rebecca Reid from Interserve gave a presentation to our students regarding Apprenticeships and the opportunities that will become available from the completion of one.

    The presentation took place in the sixth form café area and almost 100 students attended to find out more about apprenticeships.

    After receiving feedback from the students many found the presentation extremely useful, especially when thinking about the future and how their A-Levels can help them progress into a higher a

  • Year 6 Hull Uni VIsit

    11th January 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Monday 11th January, year 6 were invited to Hull University for a lecture about Space. They learnt lots of new things

  • Molly makes us proud!

    10th January 2016 - Pheasant Bank Academy

    Molly, one of our year 6 pupils, made us all very proud recently, when she decided to take a very brave step in the name of charity. Molly had all of her beautiful hair cut off to donate to the little princess trust. Her hair is going to be used to make a wig for a little girl who has lost her hair.

    Well done Molly, what a very thoughtful young lady you are!

  • C6 Exams: Spring Mocks

    10th January 2016 - The Doncaster Collegiate Sixth Form

    The Spring Mock Exams will be taking place over the last three weeks of the Spring Term.

    Students should optain their Mock Timetables from the Head of Sixth Form or Exams Officer in their Home Academy.