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!

  • Year 11 Mock Exam Timetable January 2015

    12th December 2014 - Manor Croft Academy

    Year 11 Mock Exam Timetable January 2015 attached

  • Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch

    12th December 2014 - Manor Croft Academy

    The annual Christmas party for Senior Citizens will be taking place in the final week of term at Manor Croft Academy. The event is designed to allow the local community to come together for an afternoon of entertainment. This Year’s performance is provided by the Kirklees Orchestra who will be performing festive songs for everyone to get involved with. Once the show is over the attendees will be eating lunch and partaking in a few games of bingo where the Principal, Ms Clacy will be calling out the numbers.

  • Theatre Trip

    12th December 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Friday 12th December Meerkats,Ants & Sharks went to the West Yorkshire Theatre in Leeds to see James and the Giant Peach.it was a fantastic day and the children loved the theatre, a perfect way to finish off their topic work.

  • KS4 Basketball

    11th December 2014 - The Vale Academy

    The KS4 Boys Basketball Team have made it through to the North Lincolnshire schools finals competition which will be held in January.

     

  • Y11 Mock Results Day - Friday 12th December

    11th December 2014 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    We are holding a ‘Mock Results Day’ this year to replicate the actual results day in the summer. This will be immediately followed by a one hour tutorial to help students create strategies to improve their results before the Final Summer Examinations.

    Year 11 students should arrive in school between 8.45am and 9.45am on Friday 12th December.  They should report to the Main Hall as soon as they arrive in school to sign in and collect their results envelope. Once they have signed in, students must remain on si

  • School Christmas Fair

    11th December 2014 - Craven Primary Academy

    Thank you to everyone who supported this years Christmas Fair, as always your generous donations were greatly appreciated.

     

    The fair was very well attended and was a huge success raising over £600. We hope you have a very Merry Christmas.

     

  • Carol singing at Halifax Building Society

    11th December 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Thursday 11th December, group of children went to the Halifax Building Society to sing Christmas carols. We were raising money for both the school and Martin House Hospice.

  • Queen Elizabeth's Academy Christmas Lunch

    10th December 2014 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Staff and students had the opportunity to dine together on the 10/11 December and enjoyed a fabulous Christmas  Lunch in the Hall whilst listening to Christmas music.  

  • Santa pops into Craven Primary Academy

    9th December 2014 - Craven Primary Academy

    Santa and his Elves made a surprise visit into school yesterday.

    They had heard how well behaved our Year 2 class have been all year, so decided to pop in for some breakfast and to give the children an early christmas gift.

     

  • Christingle Church Service

    9th December 2014 - Craven Primary Academy

    The whole school enjoyed a Christingle service lead by Reverand Westby at St John's church.

    Each child had made their own Christingle and carried them proudly on the journey to the church.

     

  • Academy Open Wednesday 10th December 2014

    9th December 2014 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    The heating problems have now been fixed and the Academy will be open as per normal on Wednesday 10th December. Students should be on site as normal and be ready for registration at 8:35am.

  • Mr Wallis - Roller HockeyWorld Championships

    9th December 2014 - Manor Croft Academy

    In November 2014, Manor Croft Academy PE Teacher, Tom Wallis made the 6,000mile trip to Canelones in Uruguay to represent England at the Roller Hockey World Group ‘B’ Championships. He was selected in a squad of 10 players from all over the UK to compete in the competition held every 2years, with a main goal of gaining promotion to the World Group ‘A’ Championships in France in June 2015. Teams from USA, Uruguay, Holland, Egypt, Macao and Austria all competed in an attempt to finish in the top 3 and gain pr

  • Regional Ambassador's Conference

    8th December 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    On Tuesday 2nd December, 2 students were chosen to go to Hull University to the Regional Ambassador’s Conference. The students chosen were A Simpson and C Cowling from Year 9. They were introduced to their role in school to be an advocate for PE and assist / organise their own clubs or competitions. The day was an enjoyable event and the 2 students listened to a motivational speech from Daniel Caines, Worlds youngest 400m champion and then had to plan, prepare and deliver an apprentice style workshop and pi

  • Healthy Lifestyle Award

    8th December 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    Congratulations to L Raspin who was nominated for a Healthy Lifestyle Award from the Get Going scheme. This is because she has done so well with her targets, made lots of changes and developed her confidence immensely!

  • Number Day

    8th December 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    We held a Number Day within the Academy whereby students took part in a treasure hunt around school and a brainteaser at lunchtime to win prizes.  Many students took part from all year groups.

    Winners were:

    • C Rooks - ITunes Voucher for the Treasure Hunt
    • C Rooks - Selection Box for the staff number problems
    • E Jarvis, O Robinson-Hopkins, Courtney Kirkby, M Settle, E Ford & C Raby - Brainteaser Winners

    Congratulations!!

  • Christmas Tree Fesitval

    8th December 2014 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    On Friday six pupils from HWPS School Council were taken to dress our Christmas tree at St Lawrence's Church, Hatfield. They all enjoyed themselves and were very pleased with the final result. Can you guess what our Christmas Carol theme was?

  • 15' Christmas tree

    5th December 2014 - Hanson School

    Students took time out at lunch time to admire the new 15' Christmas tree that is being displayed near our catering facilities. Christmas lunch for students is due to take place on the 17th December. The menu for the Christmas lunch is currently being displayed in the Atrium.

  • THANK YOU!

    5th December 2014 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    Thank you to everyone who came to the Christmas Fayre and supported us.

    We hope you all enjoyed it and the children enjoyed seeing Santa!

    Most of the raffle prizes have been claimed, the winning numbers are displayed on posters around school and prizes can be claimed from the school office.

  • Election of Parent Governor

    5th December 2014 - Hanson School

    There are currently two vacancies for parent governors on the school’s governing body and I am writing to you to invite nominations for this position. 

    Any parent with a child on register at the school is eligible to become a parent governor. 

    A parent is disqualified from election as a governor of a school if they are an elected member of the LEA or if they work at the school for more than 500 hours in a school year (at the time of election or appointment). 

    The governing body has considerable responsibility

  • Christmas Fair

    5th December 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Friday 5th of December we held our annual Christmas Fair, we raised over £600 for school funds, everyone had a great time. A big thank you to everyone who donated prizes for the raffles etc.