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!

  • Well done Corey!

    26th February 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Fantastic work Corey - confirmation of 1st place in the Speed Bounce at the Hull Schools' Athletics Competition. we are very proud of you!

  • SPTA Arts Symposium

    25th February 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Please see the video of Melior students performing at the SPTA Arts Symposium.  We are very proud of the students and wanted to wish them well done on a superb performance.


  • NLC Word Count Magazine

    25th February 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    We are delighted to announce that Melior have made the front cover of the North Lincolnshire Council Word Count Magazine. We are very proud with the success of our Library and may it's success continue.

  • Praise from Minister of State for School

    25th February 2016 - Garforth Academy

    Garforth Academy were delighted to receive a letter from MP Nick Gibb, Minister of State for Schools.

    Click here to read the letter about our excellent GCSE results.

  • Rocking all over the Vale!

    25th February 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Status Quo’s former drummer beat his way to The Vale Academy and told students to do ‘whatever you want’ musically.

    Jeff Rich, a member of the iconic band for 16 years from 1985, spent a day at the academy.

    He left Status Quo in 2001 to spend more time with his family and, subsequently, has spent a lot of time in schools.

    He provided a morning workshop for Year 9 and 10 GCSE and sixth form music students in Westmoor Hall and spent the afternoon with Year 7.

    Jeff told students about this time in Quo and they wat

  • "You said .... we did"

    25th February 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy


    Thank you for responding to the parents survey. It really helps school leaders to have feedback to help improve our school. The results were very supportive and it’s good to know that we have the confidence of our parents. Some concerns/questions were raised:






    ·         5% of parents had questions about how the school deals with bullying

    WE DID:

    ·         anti- bullying week Autumn 2015

    ·         we reviewed the policy (it’s on this website)

    ·         appointment in school of an anti-bullying offi

  • National Citizen Service

    24th February 2016 - The Elland Academy

    Joe from The Challenge came into school on the 23rd February to speak to our Year 11 students about the opportunity to take part in National Citizen Service (NCS). NCS is a nationwide, government-funded summer programme for 15-17 year olds. It focuses on the transition to adulthood - meeting new people, getting involved in the local area, and developing new skills. It involves outdoor and university residentials, and a social action project. Parents and students can find out more by visiting ncsthechallenge

  • Eureka!

    24th February 2016 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Year 3 and 4 enjoyed their trip to Eureka. We learnt about how robots are used in space and even for to program our own robot.

  • Gymnastics Competition

    24th February 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Our fabulous gymnastics team are representing Wybers Wood at the Grimsby Institute competition today and it is nice to see our new school mascot, Nutkins, out on his first official engagement!

    This event has been organised as part of the Sainsbury's School Games initiative.


  • Book week.

    24th February 2016 - England Lane Academy

    We have celebrated world book day early to tie in with our book week. The children all dressed in character costumes and looked fantastic! The book fayre is in school all week - please come and visit during parents' evening.

  • Homework Steering Group

    24th February 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    The Manor Croft Homework Steering Group has now had its second meeting and has been commissioned to improve the regularity, quality and the impact which homework has on learning.  The group consists of Academy Governors, Students, Parents and Teachers and is well on the way to formulating a much improved homework policy, which will be implemented in September 2016.  The group hope that a more project based system of tasks, alongside more traditional homework tasks will help strengthen learning and foster in

  • Year 5/6 Residential

    24th February 2016 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    Some of our Year 5/6 children went to Caythorpe on a 2 night residential trip.  They had a brilliant time and took part in lots of fun activities.

    All the children grew in confidence and achieved things they never would have thought possible before the trip. 


  • Calculation Workshop for Parents

    23rd February 2016 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Calculation workshop for Parents Tuesday 23rd February 2:30pm

    Thank you to all of those parents who attended the workshop and show a great interest in their children's learning, your support is greatly appreciated.

    It was lovely to hear your supportive comments about the great work the academy is doing- we are glad you found it helpful!

  • Text Santa

    23rd February 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

  • 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