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 7 Model Cells

    16th January 2015 - The Vale Academy

    Miss Coulthwaite’s 7set1 created model cells for their Quality Mark assignment, the work produced was outstanding!

    A special well done to Megan Davies and Isobel Morely who weren't in school on the day we presented the projects but still managed to send their work in!


    Here are some of the best… 


  • Hull F.C. rugby

    16th January 2015 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Hull F.C rugby will be coming into school from 16th January for 5 weeks to work with Years 3 & 4, they are looking at how to hold the ball correctly, how to pass and how to play the game.

  • Doncaster Indoor Athletics Championships

    16th January 2015 - De Warenne Academy

    In January 14 talented athletes from Years 8 and 9 were selected to compete in the Doncaster Indoor Athletics’ Championships at the EIS (English Institute of Sport) in Sheffield. The first track event of the morning was the 200m where Elisha Brown’s dedication to her sport finished the race in 4th position with a great time. Other great track performances included Darcy Taylor from Year 9 who pushed herself to come 4th out of 12 in the 800m, narrowly missing out on the finals. Grace Topham, also from Year 9


    15th January 2015 - Ash Hill Academy

    On Wednesday 14 January 2015, some of our students represented the Academy in a Y7/8 Active Fusion Basketball Tournament at  Danum Academy finishing runners up. They played four games, winning three and losing one game.   They all represented the academy fantastically well.


    The scores were:

     AHA 10-22 Danum Academy

    AHA 15 - 5 Balby Carr

    AHA 12 - 8 Campsmount

    AHA 20 - 4 Campsmount

    Students from each school involved were given awards. Jenson Christie received MVP (Most Valuable Player), Joel Miller received the Ho

  • Early Bird/SATs Breakfast Club

    14th January 2015 - England Lane Academy

    Invites have been sent out this week to invite all our year 2 and year 6 pupils to either the early birds reading club or the SATs breakfast club. We hope to see you all bright and early on Monday the 19th of January. Please see below the letters we have sent out.

  • Queen Elizabeth’s Academy Parliament 2015

    13th January 2015 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Tuesday 13th January at 2.00pm the first Academy Parliament meeting of 2015 took place. Head boy Sufian Choudhury and Head Girl Catherine Doughty chaired the meeting. Deputy Head boy Ashley Wilcockson and Deputy Head Girl Rebecca James took the minutes.  Items on the agenda were: launch of consultation of the proposed House System, Academy Improvements, Maun Valley Citizens and Extra Curricular Activities. 

    House System

    Over this half-term students and staff will be putting forward suggestions for House na

  • The Elland Academy - Annual Fundraising!

    13th January 2015 - The Elland Academy

    The Elland Academy Walking Challenge for Huntington's!

    The Elland Academy will be walking the 3 peaks for Huntington's Disease Association in summer 2015.

    This year the team will be walking the 3 Yorkshire peaks in 1 day. The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes in the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order, and in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

    The walk

  • Look at what we raised!

    13th January 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    We raised a fantastic £82 in free books for our school during our Scholastic Book Fair.


    Thank you to everyone who attended and helped at our Scholastic Book Fair!

  • British Judo Championships

    12th January 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    The Academy would like to congratulate Harry Hamilton (Year 7) for competing and winning his first Judo contest to bring home a Bronze Medal.  Harry also produced an excellent performance to take a Bronze Medal in his category at the Southend International.

  • Christmas Assembly - Balloon Release

    12th January 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    On the 17th December 2014 we held a christingle service. At the end of the service students released balloons and were asked to consider what they were hoping for in the upcoming year, and the balloons were let off to represent how high their hopes and dreams could take them.  The balloons were orange to reflect the oranges used in the christingle service.  Attached to the balloons were tags asking if the balloon be found to be returned to the Academy.

    One balloon was found and the attached tag was returned

  • Sky Sports Visit Report

    12th January 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    Rob Vickerman, captain of the England Rugby 7s, has been assigned as our athlete mentor this year to support our school in promoting PE and Sport. We designed a project to promote our new house system which has been implemented through pupil voice. Our project was Inter Form Dri Triathlon, for which year 7 had to get themselves a team of 3 people to complete 2 minutes on a bike, rowing machine and treadmill. Their total distances were added together and medals, prizes awarded by Rob. We were lucky enough to

  • Thought for the week ...

    12th January 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    How many ways can you be positive to others?


    In our assembly, we looked at Random Acts of Kindness and how we can help to make others happy. Just like in this Kindness Boomerang' video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwAYpLVyeFU&feature=player_detailpage

  • Winter Veg Garden

    9th January 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Our Year 6 pupils have their own garden that they tend to on a regular basis. They thoroughly enjoy looking after their garden and have grown some vegetables over the Winter months, they, please see photographs below.


    They have grown: Spring Onions, Watercress, Kale, Cabbage, Lettuce, Wild Rocket, Spinach, Leaf Beat 'Bulls Blood' and Chicory.


    The Year 6 children have ordered some gardening goodies from the Morrison's Let's Grow voucher scheme, which they are very excited about.

  • Dodgeball Tournament Sucess

    9th January 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    On Friday six children from our upper keystage 2 took part in a Dodgeball Tournament over at Sirius Academy, the competition was tough but they played some amazing ball and are now through to the next round been held in Scunthorpe on 25th of March.

    Well done team we are very proud of you all!

  • Year 6 Win Autumn Terms Attendance Award

    7th January 2015 - Craven Primary Academy

    Last term Year 6 won our Attendance Award, as a reward for their outstanding attendance they spent the afternoon at Hull's Ice Arena, an experience they all really enjoyed.

    Well done Year 6 who will win this terms award?

  • Netball

    6th January 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    Our Deputy Head Teacher Miss Robinson will be starting up a Netball after school club on Thursday 8th January from 3.20pm - 4.00pm (due to dark nights, the time will extend to 4.20pm after half term). 


    If you would like a a duplicate copy of the permission letter, you can find this below, in our 'Letters to Parent's' section and in the 'Year Group' section.

  • Spring Term 2015

    5th January 2015 - Melior Community Academy

    The Academy will re-open on Tuesday 6th January 2015 for the start of the Spring Term.

  • Happy New Year!

    5th January 2015 - Park View Primary Academy

    Welcome back to a new term! This week, we will be thinking about our goals for 2015.

  • Welcome Back!

    5th January 2015 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    We hope that everyone had a great Christmas and we would like to wish you all a Happy New Year!

  • Aladdin - Staff Panto 2014

    20th December 2014 - Manor Croft Academy

    This year the students were treated to their Manor Croft Christmas present by witnessing the Staff Pantomime. On show was Aladdin, masterfully redesigned by Ms Lyons with a slight Dewsbury slant on proceedings. The acting was at best, wooden, yet the cast were pleased with this review as performances in rehearsals had alarm bells ringing. A huge thanks goes to all the staff who were willing to pull on the costumes. Finally, a special mention is required for Anne and Karen who spend hours bringing the show t