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!

  • Year 11 Easter Intervention

    9th March 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    There will be a number of intervention sessions taking place during the Easter holidays.  These sessions will provide an opportunity for Year 11 students to revise and or catch up on various areas within specific subjects. A letter will be issued during the last week of term containing the schedule of sessions. If you have any concerns regarding these sessions please contact Mrs Nixon in the first instance.

  • BBC School Report 2016

    9th March 2016 - Garforth Academy

     

    Year 9 Students from Garforth Academy made the news for real on 10 March 2016 as they took part in the BBC News School Report.

    The students were fantastic all day and produced some great stories from the potential sugar tax to the proposed ban on tackling in school rugby. Click the link below to see more!

    Click here to see our report!

  • Making Lions

    9th March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Y5 & 6 have been making lions for the story Daniel In The Lions Den.  Pupils tested their skills at knotting two pieces of fabric. 

  • A Fairy in School!

    9th March 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Did you know we've had a fairy visit reception!

    Doncaster Arts have sent a real life fairy to help the children with their topic of Pixies, Elves and Fairies! She has been helping the children answer their questions about where fairies live, what they eat and what they enjoy doing. Some children even got to try being a fairy too!

  • Active Games

    9th March 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Children at Wybers enjoying the fun new games that are on offer in the active zone at lunchtimes.

  • Y11 Ambition Programme

    8th March 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Wednesday 2 March, targeted Year 11 students attended a visit to the University of Nottingham. This was part of the University Post 16 Ambition Programme. The programme is deigned to support students throughout secondary education to make the most of their ambitions and support them to achieve their best.

     

    The focus of this visit was to support the students to learn the benefit of study skills at this key time of their educational journey.  Students also completed a series of maths revision sessions in pr

  • Romans arrive at PBA

    8th March 2016 - Pheasant Bank Academy

    In Year 4 we had an amazing time when two Romans came into school to spend the day with us. Our new Roman friends taught us all about Ancient Roman civilisation and how it still impacts on us, in Britain, today! Throughout the day, we took part in lots of fun activities such as dancing and gladiator fighting as well as making some beautiful laurel wreaths and a human aqueduct!


  • Y6 SATs workshop for Parents

    8th March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Tuesday 8th March 2016 at 2:30pm

    Year 6 Parents

    Please join us for our up and coming SATS workshop in which we will discuss the format of the new tests and answer any questions you may have.

    We will look forward to seeing you there!

  • Thought for the week ...

    7th March 2016 - Park View Primary Academy

    Random Acts of Kindness! Watch this video, as the camera tracks an act of kindness as its passed from one individual to the next and manages to boomerang back to the person who set it into motion.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_profilepage&v=nwAYpLVyeFU

  • World Book Day at TSLA!

    7th March 2016 - The South Leeds Academy

    As one of our many initiatives to promote and improve literacy, we held a celebration of ‘World Book Day’ on Thursday 3 March. As part of the day, our staff members dressed up as characters from Roald Dahl novels. A short story written by our incredibly talented students Victoria Pyszczuk, Charlotte Nutter, Khaleeqa Bostan, Riswana Shaheen and Courtney McConville was read at intervals throughout the day. During first break, we had a competition for pupils to ‘guess the staff character’ and during second bre

  • Maths Transition Master Class

    7th March 2016 - Ash Hill Academy

    Ash Hill’s transition formula is adding up and multiplying!

    The Ash Hill Academy Maths Faculty has led the way within the local area, providing some innovative specialist Maths teaching to students from six separate primary partner schools.  Monday afternoon Period 5 is now set aside to teach 33 gifted and talented Year 6 mathematicians with the potential to achieve level five or six in their forthcoming SATS examinations!

    Mr Butterley our Site Manager and another available member of staff collect the majorit

  • Congratulations to the Year 11 Rugby Team

    7th March 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    Congratulations go to the Manor Croft lads on a stunning performance against their Welsh opponents winning 34 - 24 this afternoon. 

  • 25th Courage Award 2016

    7th March 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Mansfield Rotary Club held their annual Courage Award luncheon on Tuesday 1 March 2016. This took place at Portland College.

    The student that Queen Elizabeth's Academy put forward this year was Shawn Hornby. This was for showing courage in the face of communication barriers which can make his learning demanding at times. The 11 year old has shown an exceptional committment to learning and has made considerable progress and exceeded targets in art, design and technology and English.

    Shawn has continued to go f

  • Science Week

    7th March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Whoop whoop - we can't wait for our Science week commencing 7th March. Donations of 2 litre bottles will be greatly appreciated - keep in touch with our Twitter pages to find out what we do with them...

  • Science Week

    7th March 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Frogs and Spiders have been sending the Beebots out on a mission into space. Check our blog and twitter for all the pictures. What a fantastic week in year 1! The children made and launched rockets for science week and they had lots of fun!  Butterflies have loved learning all about Tim Peake and space. They enjoyed being scientists by carrying out investigations to find the best material to keep a room dark. All of the children also enjoyed making and launching their own rocket; they would love you to ask

  • New Year 11 Revision Guide Available

    4th March 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    This booklet is available on our page: How to Support my Child

    It gives further information that can be used at home to help support the revision process for the examinations. Each subject area offers guidance about revision tools and techniques which could be used and suitable revision resources. Details of additional revision sessions are also included.

    Good luck!

  • New York Trip - Parents Meeting

    4th March 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Our last Parents Information Evening for the New York Trip will be held at the Academy on the 10th March 5:30pm. Although many questions will have already been answered in the previous meetings, this may be the last opportunity we have to meet before we leave for this exciting trip.

  • Post 16 Work Experience

    4th March 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Queen Elizabeths Academy would like to thank the Lloyds Banking Group for the opportunity given to students from the academy to participate in the School to Work programme.

    The programme started in November where Branch Manager of Halifax, Paul Singhal and Joy Riley Community Manager at Queen Elizabeths Academy launched with "The Event". The Event adds real value by opening up discussions around personal development and the skills and behaviours needed when entering the workplace. During the Event, students 

  • Spine Chillers Writing Competition

    4th March 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Some of our students have recently been entered into the Young Writer's Competition called 'Spine Chillers Mini Saga' in which they had to write a 100 word sinister story. Currently 50 have been successful and will be published within a special anthology. The company received thousands of stories from all over the UK and work was selected based on imagination, perception, expression and creative use of language. Mrs Fletcher, the students' English Teacher, said "this is a grerat achievement and I'm very pro

  • Hull parents 'going back to school'

    4th March 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    "It may have been a long time since they were in the classroom, but parents are heading back to school to help their children.

    Families of pupils at Hull Trinity House Academy are being invited to lessons in English, maths and information and communication technology (ICT).

    The school's Keeping Up With The Children classes invite parents and relatives into school to gain an understanding of what their children are learning."

    Article from the Hull Daily Mail

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