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!

  • Fabulous February Update

    3rd February 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    The first week of Fabulous February and we would like to announce the forms who are invited to breakfast next week.  Invited to breakfast in the achievement centre are 11TPE, 10WGU, 9JYO, 8TRE and 7JLO.  Well done everybody!

    Week ending 03/02/17 whole school attendance: 95.57%

    Week ending 03/02/17 Year 11 attendance: 96.52%


  • Students restoring the Japanese Garden

    3rd February 2017 - The Grove Academy

    Students enrolled on our Horticulture courses have taken a central role in the newly launched project to restore the Japanese Garden in the famous Valley Gardens. This is  a long term project that will benefit the community of Harrogate, and staff and students are very proud to be involved.

  • Chinese New Year 2017 - Year of the Rooster

    3rd February 2017 - The Grove Academy

    As part of their multi-cultural/SMSC education studies, KS3 students celebrated Chinese New Year on 06.02.17.  The students had a taster of four different activities- 


    • They studied thought provoking Chinese Maths led by Mr Town. 
    • All the students created a surface using willow and tissue paper and then learnt how to write their horoscopes in Chinese.  
    • Mr Turner and Mr Trower taught the students how to make Chinese badges using ideas from their horoscopes. 
    • Mrs Hamilton and Miss Collis taught the students how
  • The Yorkshire Sculpture Park

    3rd February 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Year 12 and 13 Art pupils had a brilliant day exploring art at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. 

  • SPORTING NEWS ...................

    2nd February 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    Well done to our year 7 students who took part in Wakefield Sports Hall Athletics yesterday at the Kings School.

    Ellis Skelcher came first in speed bounce.

    Emily Nicholas & Stephanie Spence-Hirst came first in the high jump.

    Billy Nadin & Kaden Baker came first in the 2 lap sprint.

    Well done to all involved, a great day had by all!

  • Visit to Brimham Rocks

    2nd February 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    Students visited Brimham Rocks yesterday and experienced the amazing rock formations and fantastic heather moorland. Over the next few weeks they will be visiting more National Trust sites, watch this space for more news and pictures.

  • Dame Kelly Holmes and Houses of Parliment

    2nd February 2017 - John Whitgift Academy

    14 students attended the National Finals of the Dame Kelly Holmes Project in London on Monday 23rd January 2017. After a long trip starting of at 0500 the team arrived in time at the Crowne Plaza City hotel. John Whitgift Academy had a team of 8 students in the final who were outstanding in their presentation to a selected board of judges. Also tweeting about the event were MP Melanie Onn and Dame Kelly Holmes.

    The judges raised questions and thanked the team for all their effort with their community idea. T

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    2nd February 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Congratulations to Louise 4KC, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.

    Well done Louise!

  • Year 11 set to meet the Duchess of Cornwall

    1st February 2017 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Yr 11 Redd Boyce is pictured holding his official invitation to the Emmaus headquarters in Hull next Wednesday  for a visit by the homeless charity's patron, the Duchess of Cornwall.  As part of the event, Redd, our vice-captain and a leading Emmaus ambassador in school, will be one of 25 guests to be officially presented to the royal visitor. Trinity is one of only three schools to be represented during the visit.  The Academy has been supporting Emmaus since it was established in the city. It supports for

  • Caring for Children

    1st February 2017 - The Elland Academy
    Congratulations are in order for Holly, Jitka, Ryan, Amie, Georgia and Emma who recently achieved their Level 1 Award in Caring for Children!
  • New Bishop of Sheffield Visit to RASA

    1st February 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    The next Bishop of Sheffield was announced by 10 Downing Street yesterday as the Right Reverend Philip John North and we were delighted that he chose to visit RASA in his new role.  Bishop Philip had a brief tour of the academy and then had tea and biscuits with a number of students who were keen to ask him some very thought provoking questions.



  • Kung Hei Fat Choy - Happy Chinese New Year

    1st February 2017 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    Our Little Grangers have had a great time celebrating the Chinese New Year.  They have been busy cutting and sticking lanterns,  making and tasting Chinese tea and trying Chinese food.   


  • Chinese New Year - F1

    1st February 2017 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    The nursery children have been celebrating the Chinese New Year in lots of different ways.  For example, they have been using chopsticks to pick up noodles, tasted Chinese food and made Chinese lanterns and dragons.  They also enjoyed learning a Chinese dance with thanks to cre8ive dance academy.


  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    1st February 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Congratulations to Laaibah 4JS, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.

    Well done Laaibah!

  • Year 5 Tour the Lighthouse at Kcom

    1st February 2017 - Craven Primary Academy
    Year 5 were invited by Kcom to have a guided tour of their 'Lighthouse' at the Salveson Way office. The Lighthouse in effect is a small museum which details how telecommunications and technology have evolved since the late 1800's. We were one of six schools choosen, who will be taking part in this special 'City of Culture' offering.
    It was a very interesting morning and both staff and students learnt a great deal.
  • Introducing Digitull!

    31st January 2017 - Craven Primary Academy

    2017 is a very exciting year for Hull and we want our children to be at the heart of what is happening.


    As part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s No Limits learning programme, we will be using an amazing website , to celebrate our 'City of Culture' year,  called Digitull.


    Digitull is a great way for your children to get involved and show off all the amazing work they will create this year! Whether it be poems or blogs, stories, videos, paintings or photographs, everything can be shared on Digitull.



  • Thought for the week ....

    30th January 2017 - Park View Primary Academy

    This week, we are reminding ourselves of the British Values and thinking about what makes Britain Great!

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    30th January 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    We are delighted to celebrate the success of Holly  and Caitlin who have both completed the Serlby Park Academy Reading Challenge.

    These two young ladies hav

    Well done Holly and Caitlin!

  • Pedestrian Safety Presentation

    30th January 2017 - Garforth Academy

    On Friday 27th of January all of our Year 7 students watched a fantastic performance about pedestrian safety delivered by the Performance in Education team. The hour long performance highlighted the risks young people take when out and about with friends near busy roads and encouraged them to think carefully about their own safety when crossing.
    Our students took part in a question and answer session at the end of the performance and there were some fantastic answers from our Year 7 students.
    Overall a very

  • Holocaust Memorial Day 2017:

    27th January 2017 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    The 27th of February is Holocaust Memorial Day. On this day, history students in years 10 and 9 took part in a live webcast with a survivor from this horrific period in History. Mala Tribich MBE shared her moving story of loss, hope and resilience with the students and helped us to make a personal connection with an event so terrible that it often defies comprehension. A summary of Mala’s life and experiences can be found on the Holocaust Educational Trust website at: http://www.het.org.uk/survivors-mala-tr