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!

  • E Safety

    10th February 2015 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    For E Safety Day across all key stages, we read Smartie the penguin. A story about a penguin who receives a laptop for Christmas. He has a song wich reminds him to keep safe on the Internet: 'Before you click, click, click, you'd better think, think, think ...and tell someone"

    Year 2 also designed some e-safety posters as reminders for the rest of the school, some great examples below!

  • Student Leader Training

    9th February 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    Student Leader training

    The Student Leaders take an active role in the development of the Academy. Each Student Leader represents their form and acts as a spokesperson to highlight issues the students feel are important to the Senior Leadership Team and the PTA. The meetings are held in the Academy’s library every two weeks and the Students are encouraged to tackle all problems no matter how small or large.  In February it was their turn to experience training in order for them to fulfil their roles more ef

  • Thought for the Week ...

    9th February 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    It's Safer Internet day on Tuesday 10th February so this week we're thinking about creating a better internet together.

  • Safer Internet Day 2015

    9th February 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    This year's Safer Internet Day theme, ‘Let’s create a better internet together’, provides an opportunity to explore the responsibility we all have to help create a kinder online community. That’s why at Simpson's Lane Academy we’re encouraging everyone to make a Safer Internet Day promise.


    Here are our promises...


  • Week 20

    8th February 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Week 20 at Estcourt and boy have we been busy!

    First and foremost, I’m sure you will join us when we say a huge congratulations to Mrs Benselllam and family who welcomed a new addition to their family – a beautiful baby girl earlier this week!

    Year 6 have had a test week and have shown and modelled amazing behaviour towards their learning.

    The Butterflies have continued to look at space. They have been busy writing their own version of the story ‘The way back home’ by Oliver Jeffers.

    The Sharks class have enjoy

  • Students compete in Faraday Challege

    7th February 2015 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    The Faraday Challenge Day gave six of our year 8 students the opportunity to research design and make solutions to genuinely tough engineering problems.


    Click the PDF file to read more


  • Skip to the beat!

    6th February 2015 - Worlaby Academy

    The whole school took part in skip to the beat. 

    Greg from North Lincolnshire School Sport Partnership got everyone skipping to the beat.

    Here is Class 2 skipping to the beat. 

  • British Heart Foundation

    6th February 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Two year 10 girls expressed an interest in wearing something red for British Heart Foundation day today. They have taken the initiative to raise funds by selling red hearts.

    These are the quotes by the girls;

    Nicola  "I am glad I could do this for British Heart Foundation, because this charity means a lot to me and my family".

    Molly "I am happy that I have been able to support Nicola in helping to raise awareness of the British Heart Foundation".


  • Y9 Ambitions Visit

    5th February 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Thursday 5 February 2015, students in Y9 visited the University of Nottingham to take part in a campus tour.  They were also given a chance to speak to University students and find out about University life and what the benefits are from studying at the University.

    This visit was to help and encourage students to think about their options choices, in relation to what their future aspirations could be.

    All the students engaged really well and were good ambassadors for the Academy.



  • Supporting the British Heart Foundation

    5th February 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    Friday 6th February will be a non-uniform day in support of the Britsh Heart Foundation.  All students and staff are required to pay a fine of £1.

  • Kirklees Apprenticeship Evening

    5th February 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    Kirklees Apprenticeship Evening

    Tuesday 3rd March 5.30-8.00pm, The John Smith's Stadium Huddersfield

  • KS3 Girls Basketball

    4th February 2015 - The Vale Academy

    The KS3 girls backetball team won the Humber Schools Games competition and are now the champions of Humberside. The competition consisted of teams from Hull, East Riding, North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire.

  • Message for parents

    3rd February 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    For Information: Please be advised that the academy will remain open as normal. If however the weather conditions worsen throughout the day, you will be advised immediately in relation to any imminent academy closure via the school website or other appropriate official channels.

  • Beech sporting success……..at last!!!

    3rd February 2015 - De Warenne Academy

    January saw the second intra house sports competition with the Year 9s participating in a mixed dodgeball event. The competition was a round robin format with the top two vying for maximum points. After a fiercely contested group the top three teams were only split by 3 points. Oak and Willow played out a tight 3rd/4th placed game with the latter taking bronze (3 points). The final between Holly and Beech was equally competitive and against all odds Beech finally have finally proved themselves in the sporti


    3rd February 2015 - John Whitgift Academy

    Saw JWA who represented North East Lincs (NEL) take the title of County champions, beating Hull, East Riding and North Lincoln.

    Game one was against Hull who were tournament favourites to win. Where we displayed great movement up and down the court, getting back into defence quick to shut out Hull's attack.


    JWA (NEL) 11 - 4 Hull

    Name:2PT:3PT:Free ThrowTurnover:Block:
    Charlie Ledbury4 1  
    Jay Harvey2  11
    Taelan Reynold2    
    Reece Pope     
    Dom Stephenson     
    Ryan Hall     
    Jamie Wall     
    James Macdonald2    
    Usmaan R
  • Joint Primary/Secondary Library Workshop

    2nd February 2015 - Don Valley Academy

    Reindeer Herding to UFOs, it’s all in a Day’s work at Don Valley Library!

    This January, pupils from Don Valley’s ‘Pageturners’ group spent two exciting and enjoyable days working with students from four local primaries on the Doncaster Book Award shortlist books.  Students from Bentley High Street, Bentley New Village, Kirkby Avenue and Saltersgate all took part in special drama and creative writing activities, led by workshop leader Dave Cryer, who has visited us many times before.  As ever, all of the stud

  • Class 2 learn to build structures!

    2nd February 2015 - Worlaby Academy

    For part of class 2's Structures topic Mr Bontoft an ambassador from STEM spent a day with class 2 teaching them about structures.

    Their first activity was to make 1 sheet of A5 paper as strong as possible. 

  • Creative Writing Week

    2nd February 2015 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    Our whole academy became Hogwarts for the week on 2nd February. There were witches and wizards, spells and potions popping up all over the place and some fantastic writing was produced. Keep up the good work!

  • Footpath Closure

    30th January 2015 - The Vale Academy

    Please be aware that the footpath between The Vale Academy and St Mary's will be closed for 6 weeks from Monday 9 February, due to work on the entrance for the new academy building. Sorry for any inconvenience caused, If you would like any further information please contact Mr G West at the academy.

  • Medicines

    30th January 2015 - Willow Green Academy

    The office staff can now administer prescribed medicines to children. Medicines MUST be in date, labelled and provided in the original container (except in the case of insulin which may come in a pen or pump) with dosage instructions. Medicines which do not meet these criteria will not be administered. Parents will need to sign a declaration form which is available from the office before any medication can be given.

    Parents are welcome to come to school to administer non-prescribed medicines during break tim