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!

  • St Botolph's football team's story so far

    13th November 2015 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    Amazing results for the St Botolph's football team this week!

    On Tuesday we had a win for both our boys team and our girls team. Girls won 6-2 and the boys 10-0!

    The boys have also taken part in the Knottingley Family Football tournament. They won the trophy back for the school for yet another year and will be representing Knottingley next week at Minsthorpe. Miss Machin and all the teachers are extremely proud!

    Well done everyone!

  • Assistant Head Girl

    13th November 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Congratulations to Lucy Cowe on her appointment of Assistant Head Girl at Queen Elizabeth's Academy.

  • London visit

    13th November 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    On Wednesday 11th November and Thursday 12th November Y5 had a very fun filled, exciting and inspiring visit to London.  This years visit included watching the evening performance of Lion King and a visit to the Natural History Museum.  The children also thoroughly enjoyed staying in a hotel, what an experience.

     

    Please click here to see their diary!!

  • Children in need

    13th November 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    Thank you to everyone who sent in donations to go to children in need.  The children raised a fabulous £170!!  They all looked very warm and cosy in their pyjamas, it was wonderful to see all children and staff supporting such a wonderful charity.

  • Brass concert

    13th November 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    We would like to say a huge thank you for the wonderful brass concert this morning.  The music hub are fantastic and the staff are incredibly talented.  Inspiring children!

  • Children in Need

    13th November 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Friday 13th November was Children in Need day. The children had a non uniform day and we also held a raffle. We raised £278 a massive thank you to all who donated.

  • West Yorkshire Playhouse

    13th November 2015 - England Lane Academy

    We are inviting all our children in Upper Foundation to attend a trip to the West Yorkshire Playhouse on Tuesday the 1st of December. This is to watch the enchanting tale of the Night Before Christmas.

    For more information on the performance please click here to be directed to the website.  Please see below a copy of the letter sent out to parent/guardians.

     

  • Collective Worship

    12th November 2015 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    This week we were pleased to welcome Katherine Warman from 'Right Up Your Street' into the academy to deliver collective worship.  

    Katherine described the work she has undertaken with the local community on the Rossington Community Quilt 100 Scars for 100 years.  This piece of art was produced as part of the WW1 Centenary project.  We currently have the quilt on display in the academy until 26th November. 

    http://rightupourstreet.org.uk/rossington-village-quilt-100-scars-100-years.

  • ROAD TO RIO- Duncan Goodhew MBE visits JWA

    12th November 2015 - John Whitgift Academy

    On the 11th November, Premier Sport,  the UK’s leading provider of physical education and sports coaching services to schools, had their official launch in North East Lincolnshire and it was our honour to hold it here at John Whitgift Academy.

    Along with Premier Sports staff came Olympic gold medallist Duncan Goodhew MBE, who won the 100 metre breaststroke at the 1980 Olympic Games, and was on hand to give gold medal winning advice to the children. The purpose of the visit was to work with years 7 and 8 stud

  • Gideons Visit

    12th November 2015 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Local representatives from Gideons International recently came into the academy to deliver their annual collective worship to Y7 students.  All Y7 students were presented with a copy of the New Testament and Psalms.

    The Bible from Gideons International contains additional information on:

    The Gideon Story.

    What the Bible says about key ideas e.g. prayer, faith etc.

    Where to find helo in the Bible when you are feeling angry or bitter.

    Where to find help in the Bible when you are choosing a career etc.

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  • Year 8 Ambitions

    12th November 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    A group of students in Y8 took part in a preparation session for their annual University visit. Students explored different careers and discussed the study routes into the different careers. The students will be visiting the Sutton Bonnington Campus in January, where they will receive more support and advice for their future.  

  • Magna Science Visit

    12th November 2015 - England Lane Academy

    All our KS2 pupils are invited to attend a visit to Magna on Tuesday the 24th November. Please see below the letter we have sent out. If you would like more information on Magna please click here. 

  • Ready, steady,cook!

    11th November 2015 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Thanks to Chartwells (the company who supply our school meals) all staff and pupils enjoyed a morning of 'ready, steday, cook.' We were all amazed with how the school hall had been transformed! Tim and Sarah both delivered and presented the morning, they selected 2 teachers to cook and 4 pupils to aid in cooking.

    Staff and pupils found lots of interesting information and facts out about food, also how quick it is to cook very healthy food. A fab day was had by all. The food was super tasty.

     

  • Armistice Day 2015

    11th November 2015 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Students from each House along with sixth form students laid a wreath today at the Remembrance Day Service at St Michaels Cenotaph.      

  • Remembrance Assembly

    11th November 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils attended a remembrance assembly today.  They read poems and held a minutes silence at 11am to remember all the brave people who have died in wars.

  • Book Fair

    10th November 2015 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Thank you for your support with the school book fair. The children of Crookesbroom will benefit from £512 worth of books.

  • Extended Learning Project - Science

    10th November 2015 - The Elland Academy

    The Elland Academy has recently launched a series of extended learning projects. Students have been working hard over the past few weeks on a Science project to make a model of a cell, their efforts came to an end and were celebrated on the 16th October during a celebration breakfast. Students tucked into bacon sandwiches while looking at and discussing the work completed.  The project aims to extend learning through enrichment activities. Activities may involve collaborative work with teachers, parents and

  • Training Day 13/11/15

    10th November 2015 - The Elland Academy

    The Elland Academy is on an upward journey in its development.  We are regularly skilling our staff to secure the best outcomes for our students.

    The Academy will be having a training day on Friday 13th November 2015.  The Academy is therefore closed for all pupils on this day.

    All staff will be available to contact on this day to offer any required support.

    The Elland Academy community would like to thank you for your continuing support.

  • Y4 visit to Royal Armouries

    10th November 2015 - Wybers Wood Academy

    On Armistice Day our year four classes took a trip the the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds. The children took part in the Remembrance service and their behaviour was impeccable! Throughout the day members of staff and members of the public commented on how well behaved and respectful our children were throughout the service. The children took full advantage of the opportunity to explore the different galleries and learnt a huge amount from all of the exhibitions, which displayed armour, weapons and traditio

  • Samaritans Purse

    9th November 2015 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Generous students and staff donated 44 shoe boxes filled with gifts ready to be given to children all over the world who wake up on Christmas Day without a single present.

    Staff from Samaritans Purse collected the boxes today and presented the academy with a certificate to say thankyou for the donations.