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!

  • Sport Relief 2016

    20th March 2016 - Worlaby Academy

    On Friday 18th March the children came to school wearing sporting attire ready to take part in the Sport Relief Mile. Prior to starting, our Sports Ambassadors (Holly, Jake, Sienna and Elliott) did an excellent job of warming everyone up. As a whole school the children participated in the mile and could be heard cheering each other on and supporting one another. Well done to everyone for taking part, and completing the mile. So far we have raised £62.

  • Dance Showcase

    20th March 2016 - Worlaby Academy

    On Tuesday 15th March a group of our pupils from year 1 to year 6 took part in a dance showcase at The Baths Hall Scunthorpe. The pupils performed to Sacrifice by Olly Murs in front of 7 other schools and parents. They all had a fantastic time, and were a real credit to our Academy. Well Done to all of those who took part.

  • Easter Revision Sessions

    18th March 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Please see below the revision sessions that will be running during the Easter holidays.

     

     

    Mon 21st March

    GCSE Catering

    10am-2pm

     
     

    Mon 21st March

    BTEC Engineering

    8.30am-10.30am & 10.45am - 12.45pm

     
     

    Mon 21st March

    A/AS Psychology

    10am-2pm

     
     

    Tues 22nd March

    Y10 Sport

    10am-2pm

     
     

    Tues 22nd March

    CiE English

    10am-2pm

     
     

    Tues 22nd March

    Spanish

    9.30am.1.30pm

     
     

    Tues 22nd March

    ECDL

    9.00am-3.00pm

     
     

    Wed 23rd March

    ECDL

    9.00am-3.00pm

     
     

    Thurs 24th March

    ECDL

    9.00am-3.00pm

     
     

    Thurs 24th March

    Music

    10.00am-2.00pm

     
     

    Tues 29th March

    Y11 History

    10am - 1

  • Happy Easter

    18th March 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Best wishes for Easter from the students, staff and governors at the Academy.

  • Race to Read

    18th March 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Well Done to all these children who reached the top of the 'Race to Read' Chart. Remember to keep reading at least 3 times a week so you can continue to move up  each half term and get fabulous prizes.

  • Bronze Attendance Award

    18th March 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    These children were awarded a Bronze certificate for 100% attendance this term. Well Done!

  • Silver Attendance Certificates

    18th March 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Well Done to these children who were awarded with a Silver Attendance Certificate for 100% attendance since September. Keep it up!

  • Not in Our Community live link up

    18th March 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    This morning 24 Stage 3 students took part in a live link up event organised for the national Child Sexual Exploitation Day (CSE). They discussed live with other secondary schools accross the region how to help protect children against sexual exploitation. 

    To know more you can visit the Not in Our Community website: www.notinourcommunity.org

  • Sport Relief: Friday 18th March

    18th March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Sport, sport, and yes....more sport was the theme of today!

    All of our work today was based around Sport Relief. Check out Twitter to see more photos of fantastic topic pages!

    From Andy Murray, dodgeball, football to basket ball...fun and resilience was shown by all, and all for a good cause.

     

  • Medical Day

    18th March 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    Twleve of our year 10 students participated in a Medical Challenge day at Cardinal Heenan School where they were given insight into life as a medical student.  They worked within mixed groups with students from other schools including Roundhay, Allerton Grange and Cardinal Heenan.  The challenges were divided into three groups; anatomy, medical ethics and CPR with Chloe Aston and Molly Waring being part of the winning CPR Challenge group. 

  • Tour De Yorkshire Banner Winner

    18th March 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    This young man did a fabulous job drawing the winning design from Grange Lane Infant Academy for the Tour De Yorkshire Banner!

  • Easter Workshop

    18th March 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Children who gained 100% attendance for the term were invited with their parents or carers to a special Easter workshop on Friday as an extra treat from Doncaster's Family Learning services.

    The children were very good at making rabbits which were disappearing down their burrows, which we all quickly re-named Bunny Bottoms!

     

    The parents were then able to stay afterwards to talk to the ladies from the Family Learning team about all the different courses and training events they provide, for which further detai

  • 100% Attendance

    18th March 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Well done to all 34 children who attended school everyday for the whole of the Spring Term!

    We celebrated in our assembly by awarding these children with attendance certificates, an Easter egg and swimming voucher.

    Some of these children were our youngest, our nursery pupils! Amazing - well done everyone!

    Doncaster Council like to celebrate great attendance also, so we have sent details to Sam and Sammie!

    http://www.samandsammie.com/gallery/

  • Our Sport Relief raises £119!

    18th March 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Thank you to everyone who contributed towards raising money for the Sport Relief charity, we raised an amazing £119!

    In true sport relief style we hopped, skipped, jumped, ran and cheered our away around the school field in support of this great cause!

     

                                                                                                                                        

     

     

     

  • Easter Letter to Parents

    18th March 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Please see below the most recent letter from the academy.

  • Sports Relief Flash Mob!

    18th March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils were dancing in the rain today for Sports Relief and enjoyed every minute of it.

  • Non-Uniform Day

    17th March 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Please note Non-Uniform Day has been re-arranged and will now be held on Thursday 24th March at the cost of £1. Apologies for any Inconvenience this may have caused.

  • Year 1 Stay & Make

    17th March 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Just in time for some Easter egg hunts, year 1 decided to have their family craft session to make some Easter Bunny Baskets!

    Thank you to everyone who joined us, we had a great morning with very positive feedback from parents and of course got some very good Easter baskets!

     

  • Parent Partnership Challenge

    17th March 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    Our Parent Partnership Challenge this term had a Easter Twist, hosted by Mr Whitehead and Mr Rhodes the children had to use various skills to design, budget for materials and build a structure which could vertically support a hard boiled egg for 15 seconds. Points were awarded for design, amount of materials purchased and if their creation did indeed support the egg.

    We had a great afternoon in the hall with KS2, and KS1 took up the challenge in teh classrooms.

    Thank you to all the parents who came along and

  • Leeds University - Volcano Challenge

    17th March 2016 - The South Leeds Academy

    As part of the University of Leeds Festival of Science, fifteen of our talented Year 8 and 9 students visited the Earth Science Laboratory. The laboratory is a state of the art facility that allows undergraduate and post graduate students to carry out innovative and ground breaking research using the excellent facilities. Our group began the day with a lesson that demonstrated the correlation between the location of volcanoes and the frequency of earthquakes. The groups used both knowledge acquired from the