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!

  • SPTA Games

    26th March 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Thursday 26th March year 6 went to Sheffield to take part in the annual SPTA Games. A great day was had by all. We finished in 5th place.

  • Year 11 Easter Revision Sessions

    26th March 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    We have over 30 sessions running every day over Easter, apart from Good Friday and Easter Monday

    Year 11 Easter Revision Sessions can be downloaded below.

    Each Student has been given a personalised timetable.

  • Winning Book Corner!

    26th March 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals included us in their Storify Newsletter: "The week in our Libraries: Yorkshire and Humberside" sfy.co/t0CGZ .Well done Nursery!

  • Easter Lunch

    26th March 2015 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    To celebrate Easter Mrs Holgate treated all the children to a wonderful Easter lunch on the last day of term. There was even a raffle to win a Easter Egg!

  • SPTA GAMES 25 MARCH 2015

    26th March 2015 - Ash Hill Academy

    Students attending the SPTA Games had a fantastic day.  The supported each other well throughout the competition.  Many of them also managed to get ‘selfies’ with Jessica Ennis and watch boxer Anthony Joshua being interviewed by Sky Sports, which added to the experience! 

     

    There were some notable performances from Mollie Magee Sharpe and Jake Langton in the shot putt, Jade Kerry in the 200m, Olivia Cork in the long jump and the U15 Girls’  relay team.   The U15 Girls’ team finished joint 2nd overall and they

  • Enterprise Week

    26th March 2015 - Rowena Academy

    All the children took part in our Enterprise Week to raise money to support Peter Kaira, a child we sponsor in Malawi. Each class was given £20:00 and they used this to purchase ingredients to make Easter produce to sell on stalls at our Enterprise Market. The children made an incredible £162:27 profit!

  • Red Nose Day 2015!

    25th March 2015 - The Elland Academy
    On Friday the 13th March students at the Elland academy supported red nose day by having a non uniform day and taking part in fun activities. Students were encouraged to wear red to support the theme of red nose day. Some also sprayed their own and staffs hair red! Students created their own funny faces in an arts and crafts workshop. At break they bought themed buns to help raise money and in the afternoon students joined staff to compete in a fun quiz which encouraged team building skills and good staff s
  • Reward Visits

    25th March 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    25th & 26th March saw our termly reward visits. Keystage 1 had a visist  from Billy Biscuit and Keystage 2 went to Hollywood Bowl.

  • Easter Craft Sessions

    25th March 2015 - Rowena Academy

    A huge thank you to everyone who came to our Easter Craft sessions.The children and parents had great fun creating lots of wonderful Easter items.

  • Training Day

    24th March 2015 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Please note due to a staff training day school will be closed to pupils on Friday 27th March. All pupils will break up on Thursday 26th and return on Monday 13th April 2015.

  • Summer 2015 Exam Timetable

    24th March 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    Summer 2015 Exam Timetable below

  • Easter Bonnet Parade

    24th March 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    On Tuesday afternoon the whole school took part in our Easter Bonnet Parade, we had a fantastic turn out from parents supporting their children, and we had some amazing bonnets on show  Children were also able to design an Easter garden, again the amout of creativity put into these was fantastic. The competition was very tight and children who won a prize should feel very proud of themselves.

  • Autobotmobile Challenge!

    24th March 2015 - Rowena Academy

    16th-24th March 2015

    The children had lots of fun creating their environmentally friendly Autobotmobiles and the results were fantastic! Thank you to everyone who came along. The winning vehicles will be announced soon!

  • Thought for the week....

    23rd March 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    In line with our SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) topic, this week we are celebrating our differences.

  • Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

    23rd March 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Some of the children got the opportunity to attend a Classroom Day at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground on Friday 20th March 2015. This day gave the children a better insight into Nottinghamshires Cricket history, as well as taking part in games and activities.

     

    Please see the gallery below for photographs of the event ....

  • Solar Eclipse

    20th March 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    Our students were so excited about the solar eclipse toay. Here are some pictures which were taken by members of staff at the Academy.

     

  • Road Safety Talks

    19th March 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    Year 10 students will receive Road Safety Talks during Period 2 and Period 3 on Friday 27th March 2015.  The talks will be delivered by the Police.

  • Spring Chicken Fun!

    19th March 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    All our pupils loved having the "Living Eggs" in school with us.

    They arrived as eggs and we were able to see them hatch out and then grow into fluffy, noisy chickens!

    The children were given the opportunity to hold them before they left us!

  • Road Safety Show

    19th March 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    Yesterday the Year 7 and Year 8 students were treated to a drama production that highlighted the need for young people to be aware of modern day distractions when crossing roads. With the increase in phone use, by either texting or listening to music, there is a serious danger that young people in the UK are being struck down in and around schools. The students loved the performance which depicted a real event and ran the process through a court case. We would like to thank the drama production company for

  • Y9 Enterprise Event

    19th March 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    This year we are really excited to be invited to take part in the Mansfield Area Partnership Junior Enterprise Competition. This gives students an opportunity to learn to develop entrepreneurial characteristics of independancy, innovation, imagination, risk taking, creativity, intuition and leadership skills. The aim of the challenge is for students to develop an understanding of how to set up a small business enterprise to sell a product.

    On Thursday 19 March we held the launch event with our year 9 student