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!

  • Extended Homework Projects

    15th April 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    Please note that Extended Homework Projects for Maths for Year 7 - 10 have been added under the Curriculum section of this website.  All projects are due in before the end of term and students should contact their Maths Teacher if they have any queries.

    http://www.melior.org.uk/extended_projects

    If you would like a paper copy of a project please ask Mrs Nixon in Reception.

  • READING ROCKSTARS

    13th April 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Key Stage One children have been invited to take part in our Easter Reading Competition 'Reading Rock Stars'. All they need to do is have a photograph taken, reading their book, in the most exciting or unusual place they can find.

     

    The competition willbe judged by the memebers of the School Council and the most 'Rock Star' entry will be awarded 20 bonus points to spend in the new Wainwright Shop.

     

    All photographs will be displayed in the Key Stage One libray to help us celebrate reading across the Key Stage a

  • Amazing Joseph

    8th April 2015 - De Warenne Academy

    De Warenne Academy drama club had been rehearsing their version of Andrew Llody Webber's classic Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat since before Christmas. A very talented cast from all year groups came together to perform for an audience of family, friends and staff. The wonderful singing and dancing was applauded and the the group's comic interpretation had the audience laughing out loud. All involved really enjoyed the experience and are already looking forward to the next production.

  • QEA Race for LIfe and The Big Lunch!

    7th April 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Queen Elizabeth Academy will be holding their very own Race for Life event and will be combining this by hosting 'The Big Lunch' on Sunday 7th June 2015 on the QEA school grounds from 11am - 3pm.

     

    They will be holding their own Race for Life event for Cancer Research UK and they would love your son/daughter to join in on the fun!

     

    Feel free to bring along a picnic for after the race, they will have lots of fun filled activities and entertainment planned to fill the afternoon.

  • Year 5 Netball Tournament

    2nd April 2015 - East Garforth Primary Academy

    The team played in a Tournament on Monday at the Academy. They played extremely well and were great ambassadors for our school. Unfortunately they did not win but put in 100% effort.  Thank you to all the parents for your support.

  • New Menu's!

    1st April 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    We have a new School Menu for April - October 2015. School meals are a great alternative to packed lunches, which can be costly & only 1% of which meet the nutritional standards that apply to our school meals.

     

    It is well known that hunger affects concentration & that well-nourished children do better at school. In pilot studies where children have been given free school meals, they were academically months ahead of their classmates & were more likely to eat vegetables at lunchtime instead of less healthy fo

  • Official Leaving Date for Year 11

    31st March 2015 - Manor Croft Academy

    The official leaving date for Year 11 is Friday 26th June 2015

  • Y7 British Red Cross “Positive Images"

    31st March 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Over last half term all year 7 students completed a project on migration this was led by the British Red Cross, Ajanthaa Kaneshanadan facilitated the sessions along with support from our Community Manager, Mrs Riley.  Over the four weeks students were introduced to the project called “Positive Images” which had been developed to increase young people’s knowledge and understanding of the topics which surround, migration, refugees and asylum seekers.

    Through this project it has helped to support our students t

  • Wash day Project

    30th March 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Despite the chilly weather, students at Queen Elizabeth’s Academy rolled up their sleeves and cleaned teachers’ cars as part of the Washday Campaign.

    Post 16 students at the Academy, on Chesterfield Road South, Mansfield, were in action with buckets and sponges from 8.45am to 9.15am on Monday 30th March.

    At the same time, some of the younger Academy students were out with bin bags searching for litter around the school site.

    The litter pickers were in action again today (Wednesday 1st April) making sure that n

  • Thought for the Week....

    30th March 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

     In preparation for this week’s Parent Consultation meetings, this week we are reflecting on our own learning. We will be explaining what we are already good at, and what we can do to become even better.

     

  • Katie Henwood Karate Champion

    30th March 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Katie Henwood a Post 16 student at Queen Elizabeths Academy has been taking part in karate for around nine years. She is very dedicated to this hobby and this has proved a success for her, for the last three years she has been competing nationally. At a recent competition in London, Katie was successful as she came third in the individual fighting event for her age group and came second in the team showcase event. The next step for Katie is for her to take part in a trails event which could lead her to beco

  • St Mark's Easter Community Service

    30th March 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Monday 30 March, students from Farmilo Primary School, Cresent Primary School and Fying High Academy joined Queen Elizabeths Academy QEA Voices to perform an array of songs to celebrate the Easter service. A special thank you to Farmilo Primary Students who performed an Easter bunny sketch, which was amazing.

    The evening was a great success with over 100 people attending.

    A special thank you to Revd. Dr Keith Hebden for hosting and accomodating the service.

  • Race for Life 2015

    27th March 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    We are very pleased and proud to announce that our students who have participated in the Race for Life today have raised a total of £1896.82.  Pictures will be placed on the website after Easter.  The Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph were also present at the event and will be placing an article in the paper.  We would also like to mention a special thank you to Mark Love and Holly McGuigan who raised alone over £100 each.

  • Easter Egg Competition

    27th March 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    We had an amazing response to our Easter egg competition with some "cracking" entries from all year groups!!

     All the eggs were judged and prizes awarded in each year group.

     

     

     

     

     

  • The Solar Eclipse

    27th March 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Children at school were lucky enough to be able to witness the recent solar eclipse that we had.

    They all researched the best and safest ways to view the eclipse and enjoyed getting outside to try out their viewing tecniques!

     

     

     

     

  • Healthy Packed Lunch Sessions

    27th March 2015 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    All classes in school have now taken part in Healthy Packed Lunch sessions with Jane from the Community Food and Health Team. During the sessions pupils found out how to make sure they have a good variety of food groups in their packed lunches. They also talked about healthy swaps that could be made to make sure they have lots of energy to learn in the afternoons.

     

    During each workshop classes made a different healthy snack that they could include in their lunchbox. They really enjoyed making the snacks and

  • Happy Easter

    27th March 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    The Academy would like to wish all of our families a very Happy Easter, we hope you enjoy the holiday and look forward to seeing you on Monday 13th April for the start of our summer term.

    Afterschool clubs will start on Monday 20th April, club enrolment forms will be sent out the first week back.

  • Our spring Vale Views magazine

    27th March 2015 - The Vale Academy

    A full colour, 18 page special issue reporting on some of the many events to have taken place this term.  Download to read now.

  • Sportshall Athletics Competition

    27th March 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    20 of our children attended the School Partnership Trust Sportshall Athletics Competition on Thursday 26th March 2015. The competition took place at the English Institute for Sport in Sheffield.

     

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