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!

  • Thank You!

    11th June 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Thank you to everyone who filled a bag for Bags2School we raised £44.80 for School Funds

  • Lunches

    11th June 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    A reminder to all parents that over the next 3 weeks all parents will be invited, on a specific day, into the academy to come and have lunch with the children.  This will be a wonderful opportunity to eat lunch with your child and also see all of the wonderful healthy and delicious options we offer.


    We look forward to seeing you all!

  • Coding Day at Victoria Dock

    11th June 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    All of the children that took part where amazing ambassadors for our academy. The host Head Teacher said “Quick email to pass on my thanks for sending great children and staff today. I have heard super reports of how fabulous the children were and how involved staff were too.” Mr D Kite.

  • Pintsize Theatre Company

    10th June 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Presented to Year 7 & 8 on Wednesday 10th June 9 am to 11am

     ‘I WANT! I WANT'!

     ‘I Want! I Want'! is a 45 minute play followed by an hour long drama workshop with support resources which looked at issues around alcohol and the family.

     ’I Want! I Want'! focuses on alcohol and its impact on individuals, families and communities reflecting particularly (but not exclusively) on the rising incidence of binge drinking and the impact on children. To raise awareness of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome, its causes and debilita

  • Y5 coding

    10th June 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    On Thursday 11th June Y5 will be attending Victoria Dock Primary for a cluster coding event.  We are very excited!

  • Ofsted Visit

    10th June 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    We recently had an HMI visit, please click on the link below to see the published report.




  • Quad Kids Competition Winners 2015

    9th June 2015 - The Vale Academy

    The Vale Academy's Year 7 & 8 combined team won the entire competition by over 250 points and will now go on to represent North Lincolnshire in the Humber School Games finals on Friday 3rd July at Costello Stadium in Hull.

    The team was made up of eight students (four boys & four girls), each student is required to complete a 100m, 800m Long Jump and vortex howler throw and two boys and two girls complete a team relay.


  • OFSTED Feedback Meetings

    9th June 2015 - Hanson School

    We would like to invite you to a meeting for parents and carers here in school this Thursday 11th June

    KS3 (Years 719)        5pm - 5.30pm
    KS4 (Years 10 - 11)   6pm - 6.30pm
    KS5 (Years 12-13)     7pm - 7.30pm

  • The Sound of Summer

    9th June 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    Tickets can be purchased from Mr Ray or Mr Lancaster at the Academy until Friday 19th June, after which tickets can still be purchased online or can be obtained from the Plowright. 

  • Land Based Studies

    9th June 2015 - The Grove Academy

    The Grove Academy’s Land-based Studies course, that developed from the partnership with The Bilton Conservation Group, has expanded its operation this year. In our second full year we now run the course two days a week, instead of one, and have given eight students,  on  alternative provision from Rossett, Harrogate High and King James,  the opportunity to work outdoors and develop their environmental knowledge. This year we will be certificating at least  six students with a City and Guilds, Land-based Stu


    8th June 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    STEM PROJECT in collaboration with North Lindsey College University Centre

    Between March and May 2015, 16 year 9 and 10 Design Technology Students participated in a pilot project with Lecturers at the college to develop skills in 3D CAD and use of Augmented Reality through funding from the British Institute of Steel. The aim of the project was to develop outreach activities for school children. 

    During the pilot project our students used computer aided design and ‘augmented realities’ to reinforce links betw

  • Book awards

    8th June 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    On Wednesday 10th June, 10 Y5 pupils will attend the book awards with Mrs Winstanley and Mrs Durham.  The children are very excited.

  • Thought for the week ...

    8th June 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    As part of our 7 Rs of learning, this week we are thinking about being resilient and never giving up!

  • Year 7 Consultation Evening

    8th June 2015 - Hanson School

    This has been rescheduled to Wednesday 8th July due to OFSTED feedback meetings with parents.

  • Therapuetic Art at The Grove Academy

    8th June 2015 - The Grove Academy

    A more therapeutic approach to the teaching of Art has enhanced pupils' well being and interest in the subject.  This has been from GCSE to the weekly Friday Challenges, for KS3 students.  They become involved with the ideas, materials and techniques which has a calming influence.   

    I sometimes engage/teach or get to understand a student by drawing them.  They enjoy this experience and are fascinated with the different tones and marks that can be created from charcoal.   How an eraser can add energy and lig

  • Year 11 Study Leave

    5th June 2015 - Hanson School

    Year 11 are on study leave from 4th June 2015.

    During study leave ALL students are still expected to attend revision sessions and their exams. Students entering the school for any reason including revision and exams must be in school uniform (including their lanyard).

    Y11 students have been invited to a leavers assembly at 11am on Monday 5th June (we again request they attend in full school uniform). As is traditional students

  • Fantastic Festival

    5th June 2015 - The Vale Academy

    Congratulations to the 51 students who took part in the  Scunthorpe Music Festival at St Lawrence Church and Frodingham Parish Hall and returned with many trophies.

    Curriculum leader for music Jayne Keeler described it as “an amazing week”.

    “The highlight was the comments given by Marilynne Davies, the adjudicator who said it was rare to see such quality from such a wide variety of ensembles and soloists from one academy,” she said.

    “Students work incredibly hard throughout the year to obtain such results and