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!

  • World Book Day - 3rd March 2016

    3rd March 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Staff at the academy celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as characters from their favourite books.

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2016 - Worlaby Academy

    World Book Day

  • World Book Day and Readathon

    3rd March 2016 - John Whitgift Academy

    World book day fever hit John Whitgift Academy on 3rd March when staff dressed as their favourite literary characters to help celebrate authors, illustrators, books and reading as part of this annual global event. Pupils were invited to take part in a quiz to guess who was who, with many wierd, wild and wonderful answers being given!

     It also saw the launch, to students, of the Readathon, which is a fantastic scheme to promote reading for pleasure, as well as raising money for charity. Students are given a

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils, staff & parent's enjoying World Book Day at Wybers Wood!

  • Cross Country

    3rd March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Well done to all our pupils who took part in the N E Lincs cross country event at Weelsby Woods.  We are very proud of you.

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2016 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    All the children looked wonderful in their book character outfits today as part of World Book Day. Even the teachers went the extra mile this year. Well done to everyone.

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    Manor Croft Academy celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 3rd March 2016 with a day of book related activities.  Staff discarded their usual work clothes for the day and dressed up as characters from well-known books.  From ‘Lord of the Rings' to ‘Where’s Wally', the staff catered for everyone’s literary tastes.  The day started with every student being given a £1 book token that can be exchanged for a variety of £1 books at any book retailer; or be used to get money off a whole range of other books.  The s

  • World Book Day 2016

    3rd March 2016 - Green Lane Primary Academy

     

    On Thursday 3rd March, GLPA celebrated World Book Day.

    Each class selected a book to feature in their classes for the day.  Children participated in a variety of activities featuring the story including reading, writing, maths, making potions, recreating scenes, art, PE and MORE!

    Watch our video of the day!

     

  • Y6 London Visit

    3rd March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Our Y6 children thoroughly enjoyed a visit to London today with the Children's University: they were delighted seeing the view from the London Eye, they especially loved seeing the main sights such as Big Ben and discovering a lot of information about the House of Lords and House of Commons.

    They still managed to squeeze in some reading on the train for World Book Day too - such dedication!

    For more pictures, check out our Twitter pages.

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Characters galore descended on the academy today for World Book Day 9our thanks go to all of the parents for your wonderful support as usual!)

     

    Lions & Ladybirds created observational drawings of penguins and made penguin clay models.

    Butterflies enjoyed making their own map for a magical adventure as well as painting pictures of butterflies.

    Our own Penguins enjoyed dressing up and taking part in activities relating to our class book Matilda.

    Leopards learned about food chains, habitats and predators and every

  • Reviewed Anti-Bullying Policy

    2nd March 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Here you will find our reviewed anti-bullying policy.

  • An Eco afternon

    2nd March 2016 - Worlaby Academy

    Eco club put on a fantastically fun afternoon for the whole school to encourage everyone to re-use and recycle everyday objects.  We all had a fabulous time.  (Charlie, Jessica & Jasmine)

    In the musical activity we made shakers out of old plastic cups and trumpets from the middle of kitchen rolls and plastic gloves. (Elise)

    In the sporty activity we had a recycling obstacle course where we had to navigate through the course then select a piece of recycling to sort into the correct bin.  It was a great way to

  • Penpals from Poland!

    1st March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    4S enjoyed reading the letters they received from their penpals in poland.

  • Hull Schools Rugby League Championship

    1st March 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    Congratulations to our Rugby team who placed 3rd at the Hull Schools Rugby League Championship last night.

    The competition was tough at Sirius Academy with 5 teams in their group. Well done boys we are very proud of you all.

  • Results of Parents Questionnaire

    1st March 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Parent Survey

    Statement

    Strongly Agree

    Agree

    Disagree

    Strongly Disagree

    My child feels safe at school

    61

    40

    1

     

    My child makes good progress at this school

    61

    40

    2

     

    School ensures my child is well looked after

    58

    43

     

     

    My child is taught well at this school

    59

    43

    1

     

    There is a good standard of behaviour in school

    39

    62

    2

     

    This school deals effectively with bullying

    38

    53

    5

     

    This schools deals well to any concerns I raise

    53

    47

     

     

    I receive useful information from the school about my child’s progress

    54

    43

    4

     

    Would you recommend this school to an

  • Park View Becomes a National Support School!

    1st March 2016 - Park View Primary Academy

    Park View Primary  has been selected for a top role supporting schools in challenging circumstances.

    Miss Pickard  has been appointed to the role of National Leader of Education (NLE) working along with our talented  staff in school - now  designated a National Support School - to provide additional leadership capacity in other schools. 

    To find out more, please click HERE.

  • £5 Blossom

    1st March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Tuesday 1st March our Enterprise Councillors went to the Guildhall for the end of the Make £5 blossom campaign. We met up with our sponsor A.B Rooms Locksmiths and told them all what we had been doing since we last saw them. We also met the Lord Mayor. Mason & Paige are already thinking of ideas for next year’s make £5 blossom campaign. It was lovely to meet up with the children from our sister academy Mersey and build relationships with them.

    We totally agree with Hull Youth Enterprise - A fantastic pres

  • Our Brilliant Boys Win at Rugby

    1st March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Well done to our brilliant boys, who enjoyed the taste of success when coming first at the Hull Schools' Rubgy Championships!

  • Box Clever visit JWA

    29th February 2016 - John Whitgift Academy

    Box Clever visited John Whitgift Academy on Wednesday 24th February to perform Romeo and Juliet for all of year 10 and a selection of year 9 students. This was to support their study of Shakespeare at GCSE and enabled them to partcipate in workshops to develop their understanding of the text.

    The students really enjoyed the performance and Evie, Cory and Maria of Box Clever said they felt so welcome it was like a "home-coming".  The students’ engagement during the performance and participation in the worksh

  • U14 Basketball Team Record Perfect Season

    29th February 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    It has been an impressive year for the U14 Manor Croft Basketball team as they secured top spot with 7 wins from 7 games.  The season started with a convincing 12-0 win at home against Westborough in game one.  This win set the tone for the season as they continued to record victory after victory at home and on the road.  The most emphatic win coming in the last game of the league with a 25 - 04 victory over St John Fishers.  The win secured the U14 league championship and booked the team their place in the