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!

  • Robinwood 2016

    20th November 2016 - The Parks Academy

    Pupils are having an absolutely fantastic time at Robinwood. We will create a page with plenty of photos and details very soon. In the meantime, please check @TheParksAcademy and @ParksAcademyFS1

  • Y6 Hull Primary Enterprise

    20th November 2016 - The Parks Academy

    The children finished 5th out of 20 schools from across Hull and East Riding. They had to list 10 things that they like about Hull and also 3 things that they would like to see in the future. The prize was for their idea and sales pitch was that Hull should have a heat source provided by the Earth's molten core and underground water supplies. This would keep the city at a constant temperature throughout the year. Outstanding behaviour throughout, impeccable manners, responded well to adult interaction and t

  • Robinwood Photos now on the website

    20th November 2016 - The Parks Academy

    Look under the curriculum tab and then under Visits and Visitors.

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Thank you for your support with Children in Need- we raised over £314.40 for this amazing cause!

    Congratualtions to Vanessa who won the BIG Pudsey Bear!

  • This Week's Newsletter

    18th November 2016 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Please see this week's newsletter

  • Innovation Week - Year 4 & 5

    18th November 2016 - Willows Academy

    On the first day of ‘Innovation Week’ Year 4/5 have been learning about the different foods from around the world. They have completed research based challenges, estimated and weighed a variety of fruits and to finish the day off had a tasting session. They had to come up with WOW Words to describe the fruits they were tasting and I can tell you, some of the reactions and WOW Words were rather surprising!

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016 - The Grove Academy

    Children In Need was as always, an important day for everyone at The Grove Academy.  All week we had been bringing in our loose change to place around Pudsey Bear on the library table.    

    Most of the pupils had been working on some art work, with the rather wild idea of holding an auction and making money for Children In Need.  We had created some fabulous work on 11.11.16 for Remembrance Day, during the Friday Challenge.  There was an explosion of poppies, some created on the pupils individually prepared p

  • Children in Need Day

    18th November 2016 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    All the children turned up today looking fabulous in their fancy dress, with spots galore to help fundraise for Children in Need. Thank you to our cook who also decorated the hall for our special dinner.

  • GCSE and A Level Certificates

    18th November 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    GCSE and A Level certificates are now available for collection.

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils & staff dressed in PJ's and held an Arts Festival for Children in Need Day.

  • Literacy Assemblies

    18th November 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    Mr Barnett the Academy Principal has been leading whole school assemblies to encourage students to read more and to explain the importance of developing literacy. Year 9 are pictured showing off their reading books.  It is Academy policy for students to have a reading book at all times and they are encouraged to read as much as possible.

  • News Letter - Autumn 2 - Week 3

    18th November 2016 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    Please find below news letter for Autumn 2 week 3

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016 - Serlby Park Academy

    A lovely fun day was enjoyed by all, pupils and staff, in raising money for the worthy charity Children in Need.

    The total amount raised by the Academy was £568.85.

    A big thank you for all your support.

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Thank you for all your donations. We raised a 'Spotacular' £300 which is amazing!

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    Craven Primary Academy raised an incredible... 


    A huge thank you for all of your donations!


    17th November 2016 - Ash Hill Academy

    We are incredibly proud to announce that three of our very talented Year 7 students have been successful in having their artwork included on a charity calendar for 2017.

    During their final year at Primary School, the students (Kayleigh Hatton, Freyya-Lillie Haver, and Aisha Magee) entered the 22nd Walker Morris Charity Calendar competition. This was for young artists to contribute in raising funds for the Martin House Hospice, which provides family-led care for children and young people with life-limiting co

  • Terrific Taiko

    17th November 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Taiko enthusiasts beat a path to a concert that marked the end of a three-day Humber Taiko Festival.


    The Vale Academy’s team played two pieces in the Bath Hall, Scunthorpe, event, one of which they had composed and was well received.

     Compere Emma Middleton, a member of Humber Taiko’s main performance group Coritani, was keen to learn it.

     Year 11 student Calum Law had enjoyed taking part.

     “Seeing absolutely amazing Taiko groups gives inspiration to create more Taiko pieces and more motivation to continue wha

  • Former students' Open Evening

    17th November 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Don’t forget – former students can say a fond farewell to the existing buildings on Friday, 25th November.

    All are welcome between 6pm and 8pm.

    There will be a display of memorabilia and photographs from the past plus a chance to sample old-style, school dinner puddings as well as tour the buildings which will close for good on Tuesday 13th December.

    The Vale Academy will move to its new £13.9-million building in January.

    Principal Nicola Williams said: “We didn’t want to just shut these buildings without peopl