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!

  • Children In Need

    17th November 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    The staff and students at Melior raised £646 for Children In Need with a non-uniform day. Thank you to all.

  • Operation Christmas Child

    17th November 2014 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Over the last four weeks, students and staff have been collecting goods/goodies and organising the Shoe Boxes which will go to support children worldwide to show the true meaning of Christmas.

    On Monday 17th November, Year 8 students visited Chesterfield Road Methodist Church to deliver the Academy’s annual collection of Shoe Boxes!

    This year our students kindly volunteered not only to deliver the Shoe Boxes but they also supported the volunteers at the Methodist Church to check and pack more shoeboxes. Well

  • Thought for the week ...

    17th November 2014 - Park View Primary Academy

    Let's celebrate National Inter Faith Week. We looking forward to finding out what the children have been learning in Friday's good work assembly.

  • WE HAVE MOVED!!

    14th November 2014 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    In response to feedback from many parents, postal workers, delivery drivers, visitors and other stakeholders, regarding the location of our academy entrance/office, we would like to inform you as from Monday 17th November, our remodeled main office will be situated in its previous location (near the car park).

    Please note, that the current office will not be supervised so could you please ensure that the new entrance to the used from Monday morning.

     

     

  • Visit to the Holocaust Centre

    14th November 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    During the first half of the autumn term the Y10 GCSE History groups visited The Holocaust Centre in Newark. The aim of the visit was to help pupils understand a little of what life would have been like for Jewish people living in Germany before and during WW2.

    When we first arrived the group were asked to think about the choices that people make and what could and would persuade you to make a choice that could change history, either on an individual level or as part of a much greater force. We discussed the

  • Manor Sports Festival

    14th November 2014 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Some of our Year 1 and 2 children took part in 8 mini athletic activities such as javlin and relay at the Manor Sports Festival on Thursday 13th November. They showed team work and brilliant sportsmanship!

    Here are some photographs from the event.

    Well done Year 1 and 2!!

  • Academy Councillors

    14th November 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    These children form part of the Academy council,working with Mrs Leslie during fundraising activities, they also brain storm ideas for fund raising within Estcourt Academy.

  • Job Roles within the academy

    14th November 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    These children currently have jobs within our Academy

  • Year 1 visit to The Deep

    14th November 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Monday 10th November,year 1 visited The Deep as part of their topic work,they had a fantastic time and the Penguins were a particular favourite.

  • Week 10

    14th November 2014 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Week 10

  • Sponsored Walk in aid of former student

    13th November 2014 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    During the Summer term QEA held a sponsored walk to support an ex pupil Brenon Coates who in 2012 suffered a life altering accident. The students of Queen Elizabeth’s Academy took part in a sponsored walk at the Academy and are trying to raise funds to support Brenon’s intensive physiotherapy programme which could help Brenon possibly walk again.

    Not only did students raise money through the sponsored walk but three year 9 girls also wrote to Tesco to ask for support in providing refreshment sales to contrib

  • Non-Uniform Day for Children in Need

    13th November 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    As a result of the students’ fantastic work during Ofsted last week and to support Children in Need, there will be a non uniform day tomorrow (14th November). As usual pupils can wear smart casual non uniform clothes if they pay a ‘fine’ of £1.

  • Recognisation by CDET

    13th November 2014 - Melior Community Academy

    We are delighted to announce that once again Mr Lancaster (Learning Leader of Creative Arts) has been recognised by the Council for Dance Education and Training (CDET) for the second year running. We are pleased to say that Melior is the only secondary school in the area to be awarded this recognition which states that the Performing Arts Education is outstanding and follows the rigorous guidelines set out by the council. 

    Mr

  • Victorian Christmas Market

    13th November 2014 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Queen Elizabeth Academy will be holding their annual Victorian Christmas Market on Thursday 27th November. The market will be taking place on the academy site and will start at 5.30pm.

    There will be stalls full of Christmas goodies for all the family and an array of laterns provided by Farmilo, Crescent and Flying High Academy will bring the venue to life!

    There will be performances from Pleasley Colliery Brass Band and the Queen Elizabeth's Family of Schools.

  • Children in need

    13th November 2014 - Craven Primary Academy

    Please remember on Friday 14th November the academy will be holding a non uniform day in return for a donation to go towards Children in Need.

     

    We will also be selling a range of tasty treats, from our tuck shop, at breaktime and after school

     

    Any money raised will go direct to Children in Need

     

  • Free SEAL Course for Parents

    13th November 2014 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    We will be running a SEAL course for parents about 'How to Manage Children's Behaviour'. The course will be free of charge and will run for 7 weeks, starting on Wednesday 19th November from 1.00pm - 3.20pm in the Community Building.

     

    If you are interested in taking part in the course please give your name and contact details to the school office.

  • Hanson Remembers

    12th November 2014 - Hanson School

    A group of Year 12 & 13 historians represented Hanson Academy at Undercliffe Cemetery in the Act of Remembrance to honour and remember the fallen.  A Hundred Years 1914-2014.

  • Therapeutic Crisis Intervention

    11th November 2014 - Simpsons Lane Academy

    The Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Programme is a 6 week parenting course

    The aim of the group is to give parents and carers strategies to cope with the ever changing challenges of bringing up children and adolescents.

     

    The main objectives that are taught include:

    • How to prevent and de-esculate a potential crisis situation with children.
    • How to safely and therapeutically manage children's behaviour.
    • How to work with children to help improve their coping strategies.

    The group takes place once a week on a Friday m

  • Remembrance Day 2014

    11th November 2014 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    We were very proud of our Remembrance tribute. The children made ceramic, clay, knitted and paper poppies as an act of remembrance. We held a short service at the front of school including a 2 minute silence. We were also pleased to be the first school to see the stained glass window in tribute to Corporal Harper V.C. - a past pupil of Hatfield Woodhouse.

  • Queen Elizabeth's Academy Remembrance Service

    11th November 2014 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Tuesday 11th November Queen Elizabeth’s Academy held a special Remembrance Service to commemorate the 100 years since World War 1.

    Members of the British Legion, Rev Dr Keith Hebden, Old Elizabethan Association Members, St Peter's Church of England Primary School staff and pupiils, parents and Queen Elizabeth students all came together to take a moment to make a mark of respect for the 36 former students of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School that went to support the First World War and lost their lives. Mrs