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!

  • More Able Students Seminar

    2nd December 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Wednesday 2nd December Mr Walton, Miss Dodds and Mr Barnett held a seminar for the More Able Students from Year 11.  There was a great attendance and lots of positive work was discussed.  The session represents part of our academy's strategy to support these students in the pursuit of excellence in their GCSEs.  Work on practical tips for success, revision, being aspirational and post-16 options was carried out (whilst enjoying some pizza!). Together the staff and students will endeavour to reach their f

  • WWA Christmas Fair

    2nd December 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    The Mayor of Grimsby kindly attended our Christmas Fair and officially opened our refurbished key stage 2 Hall today.  There was lots of fun, games, craft stalls, raffles, Father Christmas and refreshments.  The event raised and amazing £1000.57!  This will be spent on something special for the school following consultation with pupils through School Council.  Thank you to everyone who helped organise the event and thank you to those who attended our Christmas Fair and made it such a super occasion. 

      

  • Congratulations to the Year 11 Rugby Team

    2nd December 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    The Year 11 rugby team are through to the Champion Schools Yorkshire Semi Final and also the Champion Schools National Cup.  Beating Kettlethorpe 56 - 1.

     

  • Year 5 & 6 Visit to the National Space Centre

    2nd December 2015 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Year 5 and 6 had an amazing day at the National Space centre - Leicester. It was a long day with a 7:50am start and we arrived back to school for 4:40pm. The pupils all experienced a tour of the night sky and the many constellations in the paletarium. They investigated the space race and were able to take part in a simulation of launching a rocket into space.

    Having fun but educational visits like this really does help to support your child's learning so thank you for your on going support with school visit

  • NAPA Concert

    1st December 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    The children work with NAPA on a Wednesday morning, they will be showcasing what they have learnt to parents at 10.55am on Tuesday 1st December

  • Worlaby Academy’s first ever ‘Book Snooze

    1st December 2015 - Worlaby Academy

    Children, parents and staff from Worlaby Academy rolled up to school in pyjamas,with their pillows, blankets and sleeping bags in hand, as well as a selection of their favourite books ready to enjoy a brilliant book snooze. A range of exciting story sacks were on hand for children to explore and staff members were available to give support with any issues or questions surrounding the children’s reading development. To round the evening off everyone gathered in the school hall for milk and biscuits and a Chr

  • Parent Pay Launch

    1st December 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    Parent Pay was launched on 1st December 2015.  Please contact the Finance Department if you require a duplicate letter with the activation code for your child.

  • Christmas At Wybers!

    1st December 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    'It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas'.  Thank you to all our pupils, staff and Grandparents (during Art Attack) who have made this year's christmas decorations.  Our Academy looks amazing and ready for the festive season!

  • 3R get a letter from Santa!

    1st December 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    3R received a letter and some gifts from Santa.   They have named the elves Holly and Max.  The reindeer is called Jingle.  We hope that they behave themselves!

  • November Sports Results

    1st December 2015 - The Vale Academy

    Under 16 Netball Team
    U16 Netball team represented North Lincolnshire in the Lincolnshire County Netball Finals.






    Year 8 Hockey Team A

    Runners Up in the U13 Scunthorpe and District mini-hockey tournament. Next stop Hymers!

    Results: Beat Vale B 1-0, Beat Axholme Academy 4-0, Beat SJN 1-0, Drew with St Bedes 0-0 and lost to Winterton 3-0. 






     

    Year 8 Hockey Team B

    Drew 1-1 with SJN, Lost 1-0 to Vale A, Lost 4-0 to Winterton, Drew 0-0 with St Bedes, Drew 1-1 with Axholme Academy.






     

    Year 10 Football Team

    Year 10 Football

  • Mrs Gamble retiring!

    30th November 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils and staff presented Mrs Gamble with flowers, gifts and cards to celebrate her retiring as our Senior Midday Supervisor.  Mrs Gamble has been at Wybers Wood for an incredible 26 years!  Luckily we will still her on occasions as she has agreed to be a Midday Supervisor on a casual basis.

  • Christmas Jumper Day 18th December 2015

    30th November 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Christmas Jumper Day 18th December 2015

     Wear a festive jumper for £1 and help 3 amazing charities

     

  • Thought for Week ...

    30th November 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    Our thought for the week is all about hope and what it means to have hope.

  • Halloween Parade

    30th November 2015 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    You may remember our last stay and makes for years 1 and 2 involved making autumnal leaves and feathers for the owl which would feature in the Halloween Parade. The parade which toured Rossington in the October half term had 100 local people walking in the parade and a further 400 people watching.

    Please take a look at some of the photo's taken by James Mulkeen and Craig Shaw for Right Up Our Street.

    We are pleased to inform you that some of the final pieces, displayed in the parade will be on show in our hal

  • De Warenne Academy raises funds for Macmillan

    30th November 2015 - De Warenne Academy

    This year Macmillan  celebrated 25 years of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. At De Warenne Academy we showed our support  by hosting our own coffee morning. Cakes and bakes were made by Year 10 GCSE hospitality students during their catering lessons. Customers could choose from a wide selection including  flapjack, lemon drizzle cake, cupcakes, marble cake, brownies and scones. Sales continued throughout the day until all the goodies had gone. A total of £150 was raised for Macmillan cancer care. Well do

  • Visit from Hilary Benn MP

    27th November 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    On Friday 27th November a politician named Hilary Benn came to our school to talk to some people and the school council. He had also spoken to a group of parents. The school council had asked some questions  about being in politics Here are some of the questions the school council asked 

     
    "What are the difficulties about being a politician?"
                          He (Hilary Benn) said
    "The difficulties about being a politician is when you can't help someone or solve their problems".
     
    "Have you always wanted to
  • ART ATTACK!!

    26th November 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Grandparents visited Wybers today to take part in Art Attack.  There was lots of cutting, sticking, painting and glittering!  It was fabulous fun for everyone and thank you very much to everyone who attended.  Look out in December for the amazing christmas decorations that have been created together today.

  • Athletics Triumph!

    26th November 2015 - Park View Primary Academy
    On Thursday 26th November some students of Park View witnessed an amazing event. 
    Children were chosen from the athletics club to go to the trophy finals after coming second in the heats. We went armed with our own banner to the final which was held at The South Leeds Academy!
     
    Unfortunately,we came 4th place but it was out of 8 different schools we tried our hardest and did our best. 
     
                                           Here are some of our scores:
     
                                         Zakiyah: Speed bounc
  • Post 16 Event

    25th November 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Wednesday 25th November the Academy hosted it's annual Post 16 Event in the main hall. Around 20 representatives from the Post 16 education sector, such as Sixth Form Colleges, Apprenticeship providers, local and national employers, were present to discuss with students of all ages about their aspirations when they leave school. The event was primarily for students in Years 10 and 11, but was open to younger students in the Academy after school hours.  It was a great success and, speaking to a number of