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!

  • Happy Retirement Mrs Hopkin

    21st July 2017 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Our fabulous Mrs Hopkin is retiring today.  She has been associated with the school for 30 years through her own children, the board of governors and then as an employee.  Mrs Hopkin has also run the School Council for many years.  We will miss her but wish her well and lots of relaxation in retirement.

  • Farewell Year 6

    21st July 2017 - Wybers Wood Academy

    We said goodbye to Year 6 today who have been an incredible year group.  We would like to wish them all the very best in the future. Thank you for being a special part of Wybers Wood Academy.

  • Year End Assembly

    21st July 2017 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Well done to all our children who achieved 100% attendance for the term and for some children the whole year! Each were presented with a certificate and a book.

    We also celebrated the contribution our year 2 children have made to the academy over the past years and wished them well for their move to their junior schools. All the year 2 children were presented with a Grange Lane leavers bear.

     

  • Budding Scientist!

    20th July 2017 - The Elland Academy

    Congratulations to Amie, winner of the scientist of the term award!

  • UNIFORM POLICY

    20th July 2017 - The Parks Academy

    The Uniform policy for 2017 - 2019 was approved by EAB last week. Please look at this as we will be strictly enforcing it in September. The main issue is footwear. ONLY plain black shoes or boots (no heals) are permitted. Trainers are NOT permitted.

    We know you'll be getting new shoes for your children over summer, so please make sure they are the right ones! Thank you for your continued support. This year Ofsted said we were Good. Outstanding uniform is one step towards our goal of Outstanding when inspecto

  • SCHOOL BUS - UPDATE

    20th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    Following notification that the current school bus operator, Bright Bus, will be closing down this month, the South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE) has been working with other operators to find alternative or new services.

    You can read the SYPTE announcement HERE 

    The timetables are not linked at the moment, but will be updated on the SYPTE website when they have been received. Parents and pupils are advised to check back on the SYPTE website for updates regarding timetables, throughout the su

  • Laser Combat

    20th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Year 9 and 10 pupils spent the day at Bawtry Paintball Fields battling it out over several combat arenas in order to decide the champions between the red and blue teams. Unfortunately for me (Mrs Hunt) the blue team were victorious, claiming a win in the final deciding game. It was a really great day!

     



     

  • Letter to Parents

    20th July 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Please see below the most recent letter to parents.

  • Girls tee up golf triumph

    20th July 2017 - The Vale Academy

    A drive to engage more girls in golf benefited students from The Vale Academy.

    More than 250 attended an initial taster day organised by Stacey Mitchell, the Regional Development Officer at The Golf Foundation.

    Thirty girls then attended a six week course at Elsham Golf Club, led by Dane Duffin, its assistant professional.

    Mr Richard Hughes a Physical Education teacher, who took the party each week, said it included fun activities and teaching to give the girls the basics to begin playing the game.

    “Some sessio

  • Gardening Club Present Prize Cheque to NSPCC

    20th July 2017 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Our gardening club children were able to present their £500 prize cheque from the Frenchgate Gardening competition to the NSPCC today.

    Emma from the NSPCC was so pleased that our children chose this great cause as their nominated charity and came to a special assembly to collect it.

  • Archery Attendance Rewards Event

    20th July 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Thursday 20th July a select group of students who had achieved 100% attendance throughout the current academic year were treated to a professionally led archery session.  Mr Paul Wattam from the Chickenley Scout Group led three sessions for students in Years 7, 8 and 9.  Students thoroughly enjoyed it and obtained some high scores considering it was, for the large majority, their first experience of archery! Well done to all!

  • SUMMER HOLIDAYS

    20th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    From 1:30pm on Thursday 20th July 2017, Ash Hill Academy will be closed to students for the Summer Holidays. We wish all of our wonderful students, staff, and their families a restful and enjoyable summer break, and we look forward to seeing them return in September for the next academic year.

  • Mr Cooper

    19th July 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Everyone at Crookesbroom wishes Mr Cooper all the best for his new venture. All members of the Crookesbroom family will miss you! Thank you for all your hard work!

  • Leavers' Assembly

    19th July 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    An extremely touching Y6 leavers' assembly. We would like to wish our Year 6 Class all the success for the future, you will all be missed! A massive thank you to Vishal's mum for making a delicious leavers' cake.

  • SPORTS DAY - THE RESULTS

    19th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    After what seemed a very mixed day weather-wise, the results for the Ash Hill Academy Sports Day 2017 are finally in!

    So, without further ado…

    Overall College Competition Winners

    1st Place -  Porter college with 335 points

    Runners-up

    2nd Anderson college with 316 points

    3rd Harper college with 287 points

    4th Forster college with 190 points

    Breakdown

    Year 7: Porter [97] Harper [86] Anderson [69] Forster [50]

    Year 8: Anderson [81] Forster [74] Porter [63] Harper [60]

    Year 9: Porter [115] Harper [80] Anderson [66] Forste

  • SAFETY INFORMATION

    19th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    Following recent news about poisonous Giant Hogweed, please find below some important information about this dangerous plant, along with its associated health and safety risks:

    • Giant hogweed is widespread in lowland Britain, and is invasive by lowland rivers and on waste land.
    • It is especially abundant by lowland streams and rivers, but also occurs widely on waste ground and in rough pastures.
    • It grows on moist fertile soils, achieving its greatest stature in partial shade. In more open grassland, flowering ma
  • Training Day - Thursday 20th and Friday 21st

    19th July 2017 - The South Leeds Academy

    Just a reminder that today is the last day in the Academy for students. Thursday 20th and Friday 21st July are staff training days.

    Please check the Academy website for notification on students’ return in September.

  • Y6's British Values visit to London July 17

    19th July 2017 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School pupils were the latest Don Valley visitors to the oldestHat_Woodhouse_Primary050717.JPG parliament in the world,

    when twenty year six pupils joined the “Story of Parliament” tour this week.

     

    Said Lesley Bailey, Chair of Governors: “This was my sixth trip with the school to Parliament and the Education Service was even better than the last visit.  The video and talk were well tailored to the age of our children and kept their interest.

     

    “The tour was brilliant and it was great to meet Caroline Flint once aga

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award Ceremony

    19th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    This morning ninety-seven of our primary pupils received their much awaited Gold Award during a special assembly to celebrate the importance of reading.

    These hard working pupils have all read at least eighteen books from the Serlby Park Reading Challenge and we are very proud of their achievements.

    This has been the most successful year yet for our Reading Challenge and we are looking forward to the launch of our brand new reading challenge in the Autumn Term.

    The new books will be available in our own librar