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!

  • School Christmas Concert

    20th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    Thursday night was an amazing event for all those parents and students that took part. The night was filled with student demonstrations from the various Performing Arts clubs that are available at the school. The hour and a half performance included no less than 15 acts ranging throughout our age groups.

    The initial presentation was by Miss Graham who introduced work completed by her GCSE and Key Stage 3 students. All the work had been completed under her guidance during art sessions within and after school.

  • Christmas Fayre

    20th December 2013 - Park View Primary Academy

    Well done to all the staff and parents for helping to raise £360 at the Christmas Fayre this morning!

     

     

  • Goodbye Mr Tonner...

    20th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    Manor Croft Academy, and especially every student that was blessed to have Mr Tonner as their headmaster, wish him all the best for his retirement.

    The students who have been taught by Mr Tonner over the past few years expressed their thanks with messages and pictures that were converted into a memory book. The student gesture was presented to him yesterday afternoon at his retirement party. The Earlsheaton area has lost a true gentleman, one that has had a huge impact on many of our families here at Manor C

  • Student Leadership under way...

    20th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    Today was the inaugural Student Leader meeting for Manor Croft Academy. The session was chaired by two of our Prefects. The girls steered the discussion in a cool and inclusive manner, portraying traits that a seasoned director could only wish to have.

    The meeting was a fact finding mission to establish where the school is in terms of student needs. The debate progressed to include what vision these young leaders had for their own school and how they envisage it can be achieved.

    Next year is going to be a gre

  • Staff Christmas Panto.....

    20th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    The last day of term was to remember for the students at Manor Croft Academy.  

    The 20th December 2013 will go down in history as the first ever staff panto. The talent put forward for Cinderella was questionable, yet we strode on to embarrass ourselves for the benefit of the children.  

    What a performance it was to behold. After weeks of sporadic rehearsals, Miss Lyons tearing her hair out and what turned out to be a pointless prop the staff called a script, the pantomime was delivered.

    We hope all the studen

  • End of Autumn Term

    19th December 2013 - Melior Community Academy

    Christmas Holidays

  • Non Uniform Day

    19th December 2013 - Melior Community Academy

    I am pleased to announce that our students and staff have raised a total of £585 for today's non-uniform day.  Monies raised will be donated to the School Fund and Help for Heroes. Well done to everyone for your support.

  • Christmas Performances

    19th December 2013 - Park View Primary Academy

    Thank you to all parents and visitors for being such a wonderful audience this monring!

    Take a look at the Principal's blog for more details.

  • Your latest Vale Views Magazine

    19th December 2013 - The Vale Academy

    The Christmas 2013 academy magazine is now ready to download.  Crammed with the events of the autumn term, there are plenty of photos and links to more galleries.  

  • TSLA Young Rotarians' Interact Club Event

    18th December 2013 - The South Leeds Academy

    Last week saw The South Leeds Academy welcome the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress, along with various Rotarians from Leeds Rotary Club to the student Interact Club’s official charter event. For those who aren’t familiar with Interact Clubs, they are youth clubs sponsored by individual Rotary Clubs, where students complete various projects within their local community and with their peers whilst raising funds for nominated charities.

    The South Leeds Academy Interact Club formed towards the back end of the last a

  • Christmas Community Party

    18th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    Today was the first Manor Croft Academy Christmas party. Grandparents and Senior Citizens from Manor Croft residential home were invited into school for a Christmas celebration. The school wanted to say thank you to the grandparents of our students.

    Manor Croft Academy appreciates the commitment Grandparents’ give in order to help our students develop into caring, responsible young adults.

    Twenty, Year 8 Student Ambassadors acted as hosts throughout the afternoon. Each guest was served a buffet meal followed

  • PSHE in Theatre

    17th December 2013 - The South Leeds Academy

    Year 9 and 10 students have had the opportunity to watch I'm Not Falling by York based theatre company Invisible Man. The students were in rapture as they watched the performance which dealt with issues of domestic violence, risk taking behaviour, relationships and choices. The students then followed up this excellent performance with a workshop. The PSHE department strongly believes that this piece of theatre has created debate and discussion which can only help our young people make the right choices for

  • 'Good to be green' reward event

    17th December 2013 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    This afternoon, we were delighted to host our first 'Good to be green' reward event!

    Children who have consistently shown fantastic behaviour around the school, have been rewarded with a ‘treat’ afternoon.

    Sam's Safari joined us to perform a pantomime and introduce a range of animals to the children.

    The children really enjoyed the afternoon! Well done to all of the green children!

  • Vocal Harmony Group Entertain Shoppers

    16th December 2013 - Melior Community Academy

    Melior's Vocal Harmony Group gave up their own time to entertain customers whilst they shopped at ASDA.

    Thank you to everyone who donated towards the Melior Music Department at ASDA on Sunday 15th December. Melior's Vocal Harmony Group did an amazing job of entertaining shoppers with many commenting on how professional they sounded - some thought we were a CD playing! In just 4 1/2 hours we raised an impressive total of £600. Thanks again to everyone at ASDA on Sunday! 

  • Primary School Christmas Card Competition....

    13th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    Next week is the first primary school Christmas card competition. Bywell, Eastborough, Hanging Heaton and Chickenley have all been challenging their pupils in order to compete against one another for the overall main prize. The preliminary rounds are to be decided within each respective school, with their winning cards being sent to Manor Croft Academy in order for the grand final where the Senior Citizens' attending the Christmas party will vote on the overall winners.

    Special thanks goes to Miss Bigland ou

  • December Newsletter

    13th December 2013 - Manor Croft Academy

    December Newsletter

  • Christmas Cake Club

    13th December 2013 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    Staff and students have been busy over the past few weeks preparing their Christmas cakes for their family festivities. The standard of the student's cake decorating skills has been exceptional. Unfortunately, I was not allowed to taste the cakes, only look at them to judge them!! (see picture above)

    It took me a long time to decide on the top three cakes as the standard really was exceptional. After long deliberation the top three were:

    1) Alice Nicholls (10CGM) - with the Nativity scene totally made from sc

  • Great Achievement

    13th December 2013 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Hatfield Woodhouse Primary achieve high KS2 results for 2013.

    Please consult the league table to see how well we have done compared to other local schools.

    School placed 22nd out of all schools in Doncaster. Well done to all staff and pupils!

  • Doncaster Schools Table Tennis Event

    12th December 2013 - De Warenne Academy

    Congratulations to Danny Hartley and Devon Robb who won the annual KS4 Doncaster Schools Table Tennis event held at Rossington All Saints Academy. A close run completition against Don Valley , Danum and Rossington ended with an extra play-off game between the hosts and ourselves to decide the overall winner. Danny Hartley won the play off 11-5 to take the title for De Warenne. Our KS5 team also took part and finished a credible third overall. Well done to Ben Tonkinson, Brad Jackson and Macaulay Gedney.

  • Hospitality at Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    12th December 2013 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    On Thursday 12th December, Sixth Form students took part in their Hospitality and Catering Controlled Assessment Event.  This event took place at the Academy in the Main Hall.  The sound of Christmas Carols welcomed parents, post 16 students and staff, where the tables were carefully decorated with a Christmas theme.

    Students then invited our visitors to taste their fantastic food and drink.  Large selections of buffet styled foods were on offer, which were all presented with amazing thought and efforts.  Th