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!

  • Christmas Caroling at Sunningdales

    11th December 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    Year 6 spent an enjoyable morning caroling for the residents at Sunningdales care home. The children received lovely bags of sweets as a thank you.

  • Y11 Hospitality students host charity lunch

    11th December 2015 - De Warenne Academy

    The Year 11 GCSE Hospitality students have very been busy recently. As part of their Controlled Assessment they prepared, cooked and served a three course fundraising luncheon to a group of staff here at the academy.

    Staff were greeted with non-alcoholic cocktails and  sat down to a menu of mini quiches, tomato soup or stuffed mushrooms for starters. Main courses of honey roast chicken, red lentil curry or potato, ham and cheese bake followed with desserts of  cheesecake, gooey chocolate fondants or pavlova

  • Santa's Visited Crookesbroom

    10th December 2015 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Santa took time out of his busy schedule to pay a visit to the children at Crookesbroom Primary Academy. He even had time to listen to the children's christmas lists and give them a gift.

  • Christmas Tree Festival

    10th December 2015 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Crookesbroom were invited to St Lawrences Church for the Christmas Tree Festival. We looked at Christmas Trees that were all decorated with a different theme based on Christmas songs. This was enjoyed by the children and staff.

  • Year 11 warm their vocal chords with chiller!

    10th December 2015 - John Whitgift Academy

    On Tuesday 8th December 2015, 9 Year 11 students went down to the Fortune Theatre, London to see the uber-scary 'Woman in Black' as part of their GCSE Drama coursework.


    Despite watching the play from behind their coats, all students had a great time and have taken lots from the play in order to write a great theatre review.


    The play was a 'shocker', let's hope the work isn't!

  • Book Fair

    10th December 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    Thank you to all the parents and children who came to our book fair today. We received £270 of free books for the school library. Happy reading everyone!!

  • Reward Day 1

    10th December 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    The Academy organised a Roller Disco for students in years 7 - 11 who had achieved the most Reward Stamps in their year group.  Students were treated to a disco with a difference in the school sports hall which was transformed into a Roller Boot circuit for the day.  Over 280 students took part in the event and all thoroughly enjoyed it.  One Y8 student said, "It was sick Sir!" The next Reward Day will be held at the end of Term 2 where Mr Ryder hopes even more students are eligible to take part.

  • TNS Catering Snack Price Increase

    9th December 2015 - Willow Green Academy

    From Monday 4th January 2016 TNS Catering will be increasing the cost of the KS2 break time snacks from 20p to 25p.

  • KS1 Christmas concert

    9th December 2015 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    The annual Christmas concerts will take place on Wednesday 9th December and Thursday 10th December at 9.30am. These concerts include FS1,FS2, Year 1 and Year 2 children. We do hope you are able to attend.

  • Amazing John Whitgift Academy Rugby Team

    9th December 2015 - John Whitgift Academy

    On Tuesday 8th December John Whitgift were hosts to Havelock Rugby team.

    JWA put out a very strong squad for the game even without the likes of Adam Neilson playing due to injury. Students from both year 9 and 10 arrived for the game and ensured that they prepared well in anticipation of a difficult match. There was strength not only in numbers but also an extremely well balanced split between the forwards and backs.

    A fantastic start to the game saw JWA making progress at every opportunity and taking the le

  • Craven Christmas Fair

    9th December 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    Thank you to everyone who came along and supported our Christmas Fair, it was a huge success raising a whooping £390 for school funds and we were so happy to see parents, children and staff enjoying themselves. 

  • Key Stage 1 Reward

    8th December 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Tuesday 8th December key stage 1 had their reward visit. The entertainer Billy Biscuit came into the Academy. The children had a great time watching him.

  • Choir

    8th December 2015 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    This year the school choir will be visiting Dr Andersons Lodge inStainforth to sing to the residents on Tuesday 8th December at 1.45pm.

  • Thought for the week ...

    7th December 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    There's lots of reading happening this week! Some children have already received a Golden Ticket for extra story time and don't forget the book fair on Thursday!

  • St Mark's Christmas Service

    7th December 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Monday 7 December 2015, Queen Elizabeth's Academy Family of Schools held their annual Christmas Community Carol Service. The evening was well attended and there was time within the service for all to share their hopes for 2016.

    We would like to say thank you to the Reverend Dr. Keith Hebden; QEA Chaplain Steph Smart, QEA Deputy Head Girl Alice Nichols and Head Girl Jessica Williams.

    Thank you to the choirs from Crescent Primary School, Flying High Academy, Intake Farm Primary and Queen Elizabeth's Academy

  • C6 Parents Evenings

    6th December 2015 - The Doncaster Collegiate Sixth Form

    Parents Evenings will be taking place over the first three weeks of the Spring Term.

    Students should optain the specific dates from the Head of Sixth Form in their Home Academy.

  • 6th Form Common Room

    4th December 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Funding was generously received from Eastwood Trust Fund for cafe style tables and chairs for the 6th form students. This has vastly improved the communal area for students to study and socialise during their lunch times.

    A big thank you to Eastwood Trust Fund from the 6th form students at Queen Elizabeth's Academy.

  • Christmas Market and Big Sing Event

    4th December 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On the evening of the 26 November 2015, the Academy held their annual Christmas Market. This year we were joined by the In Christ In Schools team who supported and led a Big Sing event with our Family of Schools.

    The evening was a huge success, with a total of £853.96 being raised.  This will go towards opportunities for our young people.

    We would like to thank the trade stalls for their continued support of our market.

    Thank you to all our Primary Schools that took part and sang an array of carols to get us i

  • Christmas Market in Mansfield

    4th December 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Wednesday 2 December 2015, 6 students represented the Academy by running a market stall in the town centre.

    Post 16 students were joined by year 10 and year 7 students who worked as a team to understand entrepreneurial characteristics of running a small business and developing leadership skills.

    The students sold items that they had made through hospitality and catering and after school academy craft.

    Well done to the students for their involvement on the day. The students involved were; Rebecca Wisdom, Lou

  • Christmas Fair

    4th December 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On the 4th December we held our Christmas Fair, the children worked very hard on their stalls. Thank you to everyone who donated. We raised over £600. Our make £5 blossom stall made £97 thank you to all the children involved.