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!

  • Asda Grand Re-opening with Year 4

    23rd November 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

     On Monday 23rd November Year 4 were invited by Asda's community champion Jo Garwood to attend the opening ceremony for the newly renovated store, we were joined by other community groups and felt very honoured to be asked. 

  • Thought for the Week ...

    23rd November 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    It's Road Safety Week. Check out this website for tips on how to stay safe http://talesoftheroad.direct.gov.uk/

  • Year 9 visit to Humberston beach

    23rd November 2015 - John Whitgift Academy

    Year 9 Geographers have been studying fieldwork skills in preparation for their GCSE fieldwork. In order to practice these skills they were invited on a fieldtrip to Humberston beach this month. The purpose of the day was to assess the impact of the coastal flood defences through surveys and measurements. Students were measuring the influence of the groynes on the beach and exploring the strength and direction of long shore drift.  The day was extremely useful in preparation for the rigours of the new GCSE

  • Ex Student Success

    23rd November 2015 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Former student Adam Gittings competed in the Bishop Auckland Disability Grand Prix table tennis tournament at the weekend where he came away with 3 golds in 3 events winning the class 11 event, doubles and, for the first time, the top event the Open Band A singles.

    Adam didn't lost a single match all day, in fact he only dropped 2 sets throughout the whole tournament. He also beat 2 GB pathways/development players in the open.

    The academy has continued to support Adam by giving him the opportunity to train a

  • Parent Survey

    20th November 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    We recently sent out a Survey for all parents to complete, if you would like a copy of this please see below. We would really appreciate your feedback. Thank you to everyone that has sent them back so far.

  • Primary Enterprise Day

    20th November 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    As part of Global Enterprise Week, 5 children went to the Guildhall to take part in the Primary Enterprise Day. We shared a table with our sister Academy Mersey. We worked as a team to decide 3 things we loved about Hull and 3 things we would like to see in Hull. We designed posters and t shirts with our ideas on. Our piece on restaurants appeared in the Hull Daily Mail.

  • Hockey highlights

    20th November 2015 - The Vale Academy

    Have we some hockey stars of the future in our midst at The Vale?

    Such is the level of interest in the sport this year, two teams represented the academy in the Under 13 Mini-hockey for boys North Lincolnshire round at the Winterton Community Academy.

    The A team finished runners up so will go on to the next round of the National In2 Hockey competition in January at Hymers College in Hull.

     They beat Axholme Academy 4-0, Sir John Nelthorpe 1-0 and Vale B team 1-0, drew with St Bedes and lost to Winterton.

    The B

  • Netball stars

    20th November 2015 - The Vale Academy

    Congratulations to the Year 11 netball team who represented North Lincolnshire in the Lincolnshire County Netball Finals.

    The girls played five matches against other Lincolnshire schools and were competitive throughout, despite the constant rain, cold and wind.

    They earned the right to represent the borough in the tournament, held at The Priory Witham Academy, Lincoln, after not losing a game in the under 16s North Lincolnshire competition in Scunthorpe.

    Captain Macey Day (15) said: “I really enjoyed playing a

  • Prison Me No Way

    20th November 2015 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Y11 students have been taking part in a 'Prison Me No Way' drop down day today looking at the following:

    • Consider our place within society and what it means to fulful the purpose of being human.
    • To consider whether you have to be Christian to follow the basics of being a positive member of a community.
    • To understand the impacts on communities of moral and immoral behaviours.
    • To examine the consequences of immoral behaviour through the legal system in England.

    Staff from Prison Me No Way delivered a workshop wit

  • C6 Applications: 2016

    20th November 2015 - The Doncaster Collegiate Sixth Form

    Applications are now open for September 2016

    www.csix.org.uk/apply

  • Signature Retail Pontefract

    19th November 2015 - England Lane Academy

    Following feedback from parents over school uniform we have made it easier and more accesible for parents/guardians to purchase items for school. Signature retail in Pontefract have provided school uniforms for over 30 years. Situated in our nearest town you are now able to go in store to view/purchase items, you can also buy online. Signature retail also offers fancy dress items which may also come in handy for our school theme days!

    We still hold stock in school if you would prefer to purchase from us dire

  • PGL Trip to France

    19th November 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    The academy have been trying to secure an improved offer from PGL if we cancel, rather than the initial offer to either lose £110 or use it to visit Caythorpe. To date we have had no success. The only additional offer we have received, as yet, is to travel to a different centre in France which we did not feel would be acceptable to parents; parents at the meeting confirmed this. We have not yet cancelled with PGL as, not only do we want to try and secure the best possible offer for parents, we are also hopi

  • Walk Once a Week - WoW

    18th November 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Walking is the most reliable, easy and healthy modes of travel, yet as a nation walking rates are in shocking decline with damaging consequences for our children’s future.

    With school pupil numbers projected to rise year on year the school run is expected to have an increasingly negative impact on congestion and our childrens's health.

    The good news is that simple interventions such as WoW can rapidly increase walking rates.

    In just five weeks, participation in WoW has been shown to increase walking rates by u

  • Childline

    18th November 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    This week the children in Year 5 and 6 have had a special visit from the NSPCC.

    They found out all about the fantastic Child Line service and the support it offers them.

    They explained to the children how they could deal with their emotions and what they could do if they are feeling sad or worried.

    The children thoroughly enjoyed completing the tasks the NSPCC set them and finding out all the activities and games that are available on the Child Line website. For information about the Child Line service you can

  • Operation Christmas Child

    18th November 2015 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    WOW! Altogether, we collected 36 shoeboxes filled with Christmas gifts and £48 towards the delivery of these boxes. Thank you so much for your support towards this very worthwhile charity.

  • Caterpillars News Letter

    18th November 2015 - England Lane Academy

    Please see the latest news from our Nursery.

     

     

  • School Council visit The Mayor of Grimsby

    18th November 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    School Councillors enjoyed a very special visit the Town Hall in Grimsby today to meet The Mayor, Cliff Barber! They were shown the Mayor's Parlour, Council Chambers and visited the Time Trap Museum to learn lots of interesting facts about local history.

  • Butterflies News Letter

    18th November 2015 - England Lane Academy

    Hot off the press! Here is the latest news from our Butterflies.

  • QEA Voices

    18th November 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Monday 16 November 2015 QEA voices performed at Mansfield bus station and got the bus station rocking with their performance of over 15 carols. We would like to thank the Manager of Mansfield bus station Louise Dempsey for the opportunity to sing and raise funds for our Academy.

    Thank you to all who contributed to the collection and raised just under £40.00 in 40 minutes. Well done QEA Voices!

    Please look out for our artwork display, which focuses on Christmas and travel within Mansfield.