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!

  • West Yorkshire Playhouse Visit

    12th January 2018 - The Elland Academy

    This week we visited the West Yorkshire Playhouse Costume Department with year 11 Hair & Beauty and Media students. Students gained an insight into what it would be like working for the Theatre and were able to try on costumes to become dapper 20’s Gatsby gents, nurses, doctors and various animals… Including a very large panda! In a few weeks’ time some of these costumes will be used for students whom are acting in our very own horror movie trailer.

  • SATs Boosters

    12th January 2018 - Kingston Park Academy

    In order to support your child to achieve their best in this years SAT’s we are extending the school day on a Monday, Tuesday and Thursday  to 3.45pm. We would like all Year 6 pupils to attend all sessions every week. To encourage them to attend we will be rewarding the children who have achieved 100% attendance at boosters after SAT’s week.

    The booster sessions will start Monday 15th January. Please make sure you have completed and returned your child's permission slip.


  • Bikeability

    12th January 2018 - Kingston Park Academy

    We are delighted to be able to offer the Bikeability course in school again this year. Letters will be sent home shortly with full details and dates when your child’s class will be taking part.

    Foundation and KS1 children do not require their own bike but all children in KS2 who would like to take part will require their own bike and helmet. Please see the letter regarding the criteria your child's bike needs to meet to take part.


  • Whetley's Little Learners

    12th January 2018 - Whetley Academy

    A group for parents and children from birth to 3 years old.

     Learn, Play, Chat, Enjoy Free Refreshments and Parenting help.

    Please come along and join in.

  • Tigers Trust Opportunity for Year 11 Students

    11th January 2018 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    The Tigers Trust have recently been in the school talking to the year 11’s about their NCS project that takes place in the summer holidays. NCS is a 20 day personal development programme, that is recognised by both universities and employers, as well as having lots more amazing benefits.  The programme is funded by the government, with them investing £1,500 in each child’s place. The cost of the programme is a maximum of £35 and this includes a 4 night residential in the Lake District in week 1. For more in

  • Whetley's Healthy Breakfast Club

    11th January 2018 - Whetley Academy

    The children and families at Whetley Academy are invited to a free breakfast club every morning (Monday-Friday) between 7.45am - 8.30am.  There is always cereals, toast & fruit available.









  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    11th January 2018 - Serlby Park Academy
    Well done to Dennis in 4KC, who has become the first primary pupil to complete the Serlby Park Reading Challenge this year by reading all twenty books.
    Well done Dennis!
  • Well Done

    11th January 2018 - Ingleby Manor School

    Year 10 Badminton Team taking 2nd Place representing Ingleby Manor School at the district championships.

         KS3 Badminton Team have qualified to represent Ingleby Manor School at the Cleveland Championships later this month.

  • Information for Parents and Carers

    10th January 2018 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Happy New Year to all our students and their families.

    The students have started the new term in a positive manner, looking smart and being prepared for the school day with their equipment. 

    A letter is being sent out to parents/carers to remind students of our expectations and update on the positive developments so far this academic year.

    Please see the attached letter

  • Booktrust School Library Pack comes to Serlby

    10th January 2018 - Serlby Park Academy


    A brand new set of fantastic books have just arrived in our library courtesy of the children's reading charity Booktrust.  

    The School Library Pack has been carefully selected to provide a set of high quality books suitable for a range of reading interests and ages. The pack includes fifteen titles, split across three categories - Future Classics, Reluctant Readers and new for this year Non-Fiction.

     Future Classics

    An independent selection panel of school librarians and children's book experts have selected

  • Online Safety

    9th January 2018 - Whetley Academy

    The Year 5 pupils thoroughly enjoyed a visit from the local police team, to learn about online safety and cyber bullying and the laws of being online.


  • School Gateway app

    9th January 2018 - Willoughby Road Primary Academy

    Save money by downloading the School Gateway app

    If you have a smartphone, both you and the school can save money when you download the ‘School Gateway’ app from your app store (Android and iPhone).

    *** We’re aiming to get at least 50% of parents using the app – please help us achieve this ***

    Once you’ve downloaded the app, our texts will be delivered to you as instant app messages, saving us the cost of texting.

    Any messages that you send to school using the app will be FREE of charge to you.


  • Writing competition

    8th January 2018 - De Lacy Academy

    If you're in Y8 or Y9 and want to enter a writing competiton for our region - please see Ms Robson. You need to write a 400 word article on a sector/company/job in anticipation of Careers Week. The best entries form the area will be published in the February edition of TopicUK magazine!


    Deadline - Jan 20th.

  • Pie Night

    8th January 2018 - De Lacy Academy

    Thursday night is Pie Night! Please come and join us if you're a Y11 parent and have a steak/chicken pie on us! We're having a quick evening to go through what's in store for Y11s this term and we're also giving out free revision guides for many subject areas. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, get resources and have a free meal.

    Looking forward to seeing you from 5:30pm in the Main Hall. Please e mail or ring reception to let us know you're coming - and if you need a vegetarian option.

  • Pie and Pea Night

    8th January 2018 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    If you are the parent/carer of a Y11 student please join us on Tuesday 23rd January for our Pie and Pea Evening.  The evening is an opportunity for you to find out more about the support that is available for all Y11's in the lead up to their summer exams.

    If you would like to book a place please ring the academy reception on 01302 868414 or email parents@theallsaints.net.

    We look forward to seeing you at the event.

  • Welcome Back

    8th January 2018 - Kingston Park Academy

    We hope you all had a  wonderful Christmas and New year.


  • Lunch Taster Session

    8th January 2018 - Whetley Academy

    Our new chef, Joe, teamed up with Miss Sayer and the Pupil Voice Team to encourage more pupils to have a healthy school meal, by hosting a tasting session.  The pupils loved it and more and more pupils now want school meals cooked by Joe and his team.

  • Meet Harry!

    8th January 2018 - Rowena Academy

    We have a new addition to the Rowena family! Meet Harry the 12 week old rabbit who we have adopted as our new school pet.

  • School Opening Reminder

    6th January 2018 - Hull Trinity House Academy
    A polite reminder to our parents and carers. 
    As scheduled, the Academy will be closed to students on Monday 8th January for staff training. The new term will begin for students on Tuesday 9th January, with the school day starting with preparation for Parade at the normal time of 08:40. 
    The Academy refectory will be open to students from 07:00 (food and drink being available from 08:00). The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) will also be open from 08:00. 
  • Leeds Help The Homeless

    5th January 2018 - The Elland Academy

    A big thank you goes out to all the staff and students involved in making the 'Help The Homeless' event a success, particularly Miss Aspin and Miss Kidd who lead this school community event.

    For many weeks students and staff donated belongings such as clothes, toilteries and pet food. Students remained in school until late at night to cook a range of food to donate. Later that night staff and students handed out these gifts to the homeless as part of the Leeds City Council event held every month. The remain