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!

  • Sporting Success, January 2016

    22nd February 2016 - The Vale Academy

    January Sports Results were as follows:

    • The KS3 Girls’ Basketball team were North Lincolnshire Champions winning overall at St Bede’s Catholic School in Scunthorpe. They will now go on to represent North Lincolnshire at the Humber School Games Finals at Grimsby Institute on the 10th February.

    • The KS4 Boys finished runners up in the North Lincolnshire finals at St Bedes Catholic School in Scunthorpe.

    • The KS3 Boys Basketball team were North Lincolnshire Champions winning overall at St Bede’s Catholic School in S

  • Thought for the week...

    22nd February 2016 - Park View Primary Academy

    Let's all make good choices!

  • Gifted and Talented Dance Project

    19th February 2016 - Simpsons Lane Academy
    On Wednesday 3rd February 2015, five girls from Simpson's Lane attended the G & T dance performance at CAST in Doncaster. This was a fantastic day enjoyed by all. (The girls even got their own dressing room!)
    Over the past six weeks the girls have been practicing the dance at De Lacy Academy, under the tutorship of Sam from CAST. They have learnt how to choreograph a performance as well as the key points to creating an 'effective' dance.
    "We set off from De Lacy and arrived in Doncaster at about 10:30am. Wh
  • Anti-Bullying Performance

    19th February 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Everyone at Crookesbrrom enjoyed a fun-packed performance about Bullying and the effect it can have on children. 

  • Academy Council Visit

    19th February 2016 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    Today (19th February) the academy council members visited Morrison’s to collect a list of items that will be taken to Knottingley’s food bank with Miss Wilson and Miss Muirhead.

    As part of our visit we all got the chance to put these items through the checkout and print out our own receipt.

    We really enjoyed our time at Morrisons and we have made plans to do this again in the near future.

    We would like to thank Clarie from Morrisons for showing us around and we look forward to working with her again.

    From: Elli

  • Train to Teach Event

    18th February 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Want an exciting and challenging career in teaching? 

    This will be an opportunity to meet organisations that deliver teacher training in the Yorkshire and Humber area.

    A wide range of teacher training providers including School Direct Schools, Teaching School Alliances, SCITTs and HEIs will be at the event to advise those who are considering a career in teaching at Early Years, Primary and Secondary level.

    The day will include briefings from NCTL Teaching and Leadership Advisors as well as an Advice Zone offer

  • World Record Attempt

    18th February 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    RASA students are taking part in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for 'the most people participating in simultaneous book quizzes' as part of world book day.

    The attempt will be taking place on Monday 22nd February between 2-3pm.

    For further information please click on the link below.


  • Fire Crew visit

    17th February 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Thank you to the fire crew who came to visit reception and year 2.

    They explained to the children the job of the fire service, how they deal with emergencys and what we should do if we have an emergency of our own! The dangers of fire, how to ring the fire service and staying safe were all explained to the children.

  • Test

    17th February 2016 - Unused


  • DV Ski Trip – Courmayeur February 2016

    16th February 2016 - Don Valley Academy

    On 6th February 27 students and 4 members of staff left Don Valley to embark on the half term ski trip to Courmayeur in the Aosta Valley, Italy. After departing DV at 4pm we then made the 20 hour journey through England and France, eventually passing through the Mont Blanc tunnel and arriving in Courmayeur at lunch time on Sunday 7th Feb.

    After a quick lunch we then made our way up the gondola for the first time to have our boots and ski’s fitted. The forecast for the week was snow, snow and more snow.


  • FREE 15 Week Course

    15th February 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Keeping up with the Children - English



  • C6 Careers: Careers Fair

    15th February 2016 - The Doncaster Collegiate Sixth Form

    Come and join us and our partners at the Doncaster Careers fair at the Dome this Wednesday.


  • Half Term Activities

    14th February 2016 - The Elland Academy

    It may be half term here at TEA but that does not stop us providing activities and creating memories for our students. On Monday 15th February and Tuesday 16th February PC Hides and students will be horse riding and having a day out at the stables. On behalf of everyone at TEA, have a lovely break and see you on Monday 22nd February 2016 for the start of an exciting new term!

  • Harry Potter World Book Night

    11th February 2016 - The South Leeds Academy

    On Thursday 4th February, Harry Potter fans around the world celebrated the second Harry Potter Book Night. After receiving their ticket to Platform 9 3/4, the eager students lined up outside the library ready to experience the magic of Hogwarts. Once inside the Hogwarts themed library, the event began with a feast of hot chocolate and a cauldron cake, followed by the sorting ceremony where students were split into their Hogwarts houses. A quiz tested their knowledge of J.K. Rowling’s fabulous books, which

  • Chinese New Year Celebrations!

    11th February 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Thursday 11th February, we loved celebrating the Chinese New Year. A huge Chinese Dragon visited the academy to help us with our celebrations, which Penguins particulaly enjoyed!. Frogs and Spiders loved making delicious barbecue chicken as part of their celebrations. Lions and Ladybirds created a dancing dragon and learnt some Chinese numbers. Butterflies made a Chinese drum and wrote instructions, so others would be able make one too. They also compared Hull and China, finding out all about the similar

  • Swimming Competition

    11th February 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    A huge well done to all who represented the academy this afternoon at the Hull Schools' Swimming Competition: Ellie and Annie came first and second in their heats. Ellie won both of her individual races, with the fastest time in front crawl, she was also the third fastest swimmer overall in the 25m backstroke. Well done to Lucy and Katie who came 3rd out of 39 pupils in the 25m front crawl sprint and backstroke respectively! fantastic representatives of the academy! Estcourt came 8th out of all the schools

  • Chinese New Year 2016 - Year of the Monkey-SM

    10th February 2016 - The Grove Academy

    On Monday 8th of February, KS3 had a special timetable.  Chinese Maths, run by Mrs Morris and Mr Sancho, taught the pupils how the Chinese can calculate huge numbers.  Instead of multiplying they simply lay the numbers out in a certain manner and then add them together.

    Pupils also experienced the process of creating badges with Mr Hamilton and Mr Turner. They researched their own Chinese horoscope images from the internet, and then used the special equipment to make them.

    The Chinese create wonderful art thr

  • Champion Schools Yorkshire Semi Final

    10th February 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    After the Huddersfield Giants evening earlier in the week the Year 8 rugby team put in an excellent performance against a really strong Malet Lambert (Hull) squad.

    Manor Croft won the game 29 - 22 with an outstanding team ethic, discipline and team performance.

    The Year 8 rugby team will now progress to the Champion School Yorkshire Final which is due to be played on the 14th of April (KO time TBC).

    Well done lads

    Mr Young and Mr Audsley