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!

  • JOIN THE POLICE CADETS

    31st March 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    Are you interested in a career with the Police? Always wondered how to become an investigator? Want to know what it is really like to work on the frontline of British law enforcement?

    If you answered ‘Yes!’ to any of those questions, you might be interested in joining the South Yorkshire Police Cadets. Recruitment for the 2017 intake of volunteer cadets begins 1st April 2017. To find out more, take a look at the following page: South Yorkshire Police Cadets

  • ROYAL NAVY ACTIVITY DAY

    30th March 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    If you are in Years 10, 12 or 13 and interested in a career with The Royal Navy, you are in luck! On Friday 7th April 2017 the Royal Navy are coming to Ash Hill for an action-packed Activity Day.

     

    Sessions will include:

    - PT (Physical Training) > you will be pushed to your peak physical fitness levels, to see if you could achieve the necessary standard for service

    - Field Catering > a demonstration of how the Royal Navy keeps its sailors in fighting-fit condition, even at the dinner table

    - Careers Presentation

  • PARENTS' EVENING

    30th March 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    The academy will be holding an All Years Parents’ Evening on Tuesday 4th April 2017, starting at 3.00pm. This will offer both students and their families a chance to check on progress made so far this term, as well as discuss next steps for the coming term. Year 11 students in particular will benefit from attending this evening, as they can discuss revision strategies and exam practice with their subject teachers.

    We look forward to seeing you on the evening.

     

  • Shakespeare's quotes baking competition

    30th March 2017 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Great Shakespeare's quotes baking competition to revise for Y11 English mock exam. And well done to our two winners!

  • Silk Paintings

    30th March 2017 - Willow Green Academy

    Recently, our Year 6 children spent the day working with 'Faceless Arts', who provide art workshops in schools. The children had a fantastic time and made some magnificent silk paintings of Ferrybridge Power Station. We are very proud to say that copies of these paintings have now been installed in the underpass in Ferrybridge. They look brilliant. 

     

  • Year 8 Options

    30th March 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    The Year 8 Options evening was held on Thursday 30th March 2017.  The event was well attended by parents/carers and students.  Please find below a copy of the options booklet.

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    30th March 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    Congratulations to Harry in 3AG, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books. Well done Harry!  

     

     



     

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    30th March 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    Congratulations to Oscar in 5HB, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books. Well done Oscar!

     

     



     

     

  • Year 2 Stay and Make

    30th March 2017 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Thank you all who came to the family stay and make session with year 2. As you can see the turnout was amazing again!

    From the parent questionnaire, we are delighted that you all confirmed that these sessions are still thoroughly enjoyable and that you would like to attend more!  We will be sure to let you know when the next one is!

  • Micro Bits - STEM Challenge

    29th March 2017 - The Elland Academy

    STEM Challenege - Become Digital Visionaries

    Earlier this year the BBC gave away mini-computers to students accross the country as part of its push to make the UK more digital. The initiative is part of a wider push to increase digital skills among young people and help to fill the digital skills gap.

    Yesterday KS3 students used, or shall I say coded a Micro-Bit for the first time. All students coded to create a rock, paper and scissors game, some more adventorous students even managed to create a love meter

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    29th March 2017 - Serlby Park Academy
     
    Congratulations to Jake in 1JL, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.
     
    Well done Jake!
      


  • 'Supermums' - Poetry Competition Winner

    29th March 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Congratulations to Danika in Year 5 who has won our latest library poetry competition which we held to celebrate Mother's Day.

     Here's Danika's poem for everyone to enjoy. 

    My Mum

     Who hugs happily

    Queen of the house

    Loving and caring

    Is scared of a mouse.

     

    Who's a brownie making genius

    Loves to cook

    Smells like perfume

    Always hooked in a book.

     

    Who's a valentine, lovebomb

    Always solves a sum,

    Who is it?

    I think it's you mum.


    by Danika in Year 5

    Well done to everyone who took part, the poems have now been sent off to 'Youn

  • Eureka Museum Year 5/6

    28th March 2017 - Weelsby Academy

    Y5/6 recently visited Eureka The Children's Museum in Halifax.  We found out more about ourselves, our identities and our bodies.  We also learned more about plants and animals from all over the world, and about their habitats and adaptations. 

  • Moto in the Community Trust

    28th March 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    The Moto in the Community Trust aims to make a real difference to communities around Moto locations in Britain and Serlby Park Academy is proud to be the partner of our local Moto Services in Blyth.

    We are delighted to have just taken delivery of £5000 worth of brand new books which will now form part of our amazing library and we are extremely grateful for this valuable contribution to our school.

    The book programme is supported by Oxford University Press and we extend our thanks to them for making this proj

  • Crazy Creatures Competition

    28th March 2017 - Serlby Park Academy
    Congratulations to all our pupils who entered the Young Writers' Crazy Creatures Competition.
    Over 40,000 entries were received nationally and we are delighted that 38 of our pupils have been selected
    to have their mini-sagas included in a new publication entitled Crazy Creatures - South Yorkshire Tales
    which will be available in July 2017.
     
    Well done to everyone who entered and keep up the good work!
     


  • We Are the Champions!

    28th March 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    The Y10 boys football team played Balby Carr in the final of the Doncaster Schools Cup last might.  After finding themselves 1-0 and 2-1 down they scored late in the game to take a much deserved 3-2 win!  The entire team were outstanding with exceptional performances from:

    Reiss Harrison

    Lloyd Hill

    Ethan Peckett

    Ben Johnson

    The rest of the squad were:

    Owen Bailey

    Alister Dockerty

    Ethan Parker

    Rhys Bush

    Daniel Bagshaw

    Mason Stead

    Joe Swann

    Jacob Green

         

  • Manchester Actors Company Perform at MCA

    28th March 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    Year 10 and Year 11 students at Manor Croft Academy had the pleasure of watching two performances over the past two weeks. Both GCSE texts, Macbeth and Jekyll and Hyde, were performed by Manchester Actors Company. This was a fantastic opportunity for our students to track and understand the plot and characters of both texts. After the performance, our students engaged with an enthusiastic question and answer session.

  • Rugby Update

    28th March 2017 - Garforth Academy

    The Year 8 and Year 9  rugby teams were involved in away fixtures this afternoon against the BBG school in Birkenshaw, Bradford.
    Both teams played with great endeavour and spirit against determined opposition. The Year 8 team lost to a well organised BBG team, but played well to cross the line to lift the spirits. Happily the Year 9 team enjoyed a convincing win;  47-0. The Year 9 team played some nice rugby crossing the line seven times, converting six.