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!

  • Kingswood residential

    24th June 2016 - Highfields Primary Academy

    Some of our children went on a residential trip to Kingswood on the 17th June - 19th June accompanied by Mrs Carlisle, Mrs Walker and Miss Pervez. The trip was a wonderful and exciting experience for the children as they were able to try out new activities;

     

    Ellie Burton (year 6) "I enjoyed absailing because its something I've never done before."

     

    Tia Hirst (year 6) "My favorite was the raft building as a team. We built a raft out of 4 barrels and 6 logs, at the end the instructor Andy let us jump into the la

  • Engaging in Politics

    24th June 2016 - The Elland Academy

    This morning staff and students watched the news in silence as the UK voted to leave the EU. David Cameron spoke about the results and his resignation of Prime Minister. Whatever your decision, this is essential to everyone’s lives In the UK. It was great to see all of our students engaging in these important decisions. #Leave #Remain

  • 3R

    24th June 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupils in 3R had fun today investigating air resistance.

  • Sports Day 2016

    24th June 2016 - Craven Primary Academy

    A huge thank you to all of the family members that came to support the children on Friday 24th June as they took part in our Sports Day!

    A terrific day was had by all! We were even lucky enough to have the sun shine!

  • Wakefield College Taster Day

    24th June 2016 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Friday 24th June 2016 48 students from Year 10 took part in a taster day experience at the City Centre campus at Wakefield College.  Students opted to experience various courses from a range available including public services, health and social care, A Levels, dance, music, animal care and much more.  Students enjoyed the day and it helped them to understand more about college life, widening aspirations for them all about post 16 pathways.

    One students said, 'I wasn't thinking about going to college befo

  • Y5 Theatre Day

    23rd June 2016 - Queen Elizabeth's Academy

    We would thank the following schools with their involvement in the Theatre Day: Farmilo Primary School, Crescent Primary School, Intake Farm Primary School and Wainwright Academy.

    The students performed really well to songs from the musical "We will rock you".

    We hope that they all had a great experience, and should any students wish to take up musical theatre they can contact Razzmaztaz!

     

     

     

  • Goodbye Y11 and don't forget about the Prom!

    23rd June 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    With the exams drawing to a close at the end of the week it is time to say goodbye to Year 11 pupils. 

    Our Prom is Friday 24th June at 7pm at the Staff House at Hull University. We hope to see most of our Year 11 there for a proper farewell.

     

    Our Year 11 pupils in their Leavers Hoodies  

    Our whole Year Group  

  • School Closed for Referendum Day

    23rd June 2016 - East Garforth Primary Academy

    The school is closed on Thursday 23rd June for Referendum Day.

  • Y1 Multi Skills

    23rd June 2016 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Our younger pupils showed off their skills at the fesitival held at Healing School.

  • Sam's Safari

    23rd June 2016 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    All sorts of weird, creepy and wondrous creatures came to visit our reception children today, care of Sam's Safari's!

    The children were told where the animals orginate from, what they like to eat and what makes each of them unique, including those with lots and lots and lots of legs!!! Take a look at some pictures of the children bravely handling them!

  • Well done Year 1!

    23rd June 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    All Year 1 children completed their phonics screening test last week. The Year 1 staff couldn't be prouder od their attitude and effort. Well done Year 1!!

  • Non-Uniform Day

    22nd June 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Please note Friday 24th June is NOT a non uniform day and all students are expected to arrive at school in full school uniform.

  • Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

    22nd June 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    With summer having officially started here are a few activities from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust that you might be interested in. See the leaflets below for more details.

     

    Visit the Spurn Lighthouse

    The newly restored Spurn Lighthouse sits within the wildlife haven of Spurn National Nature Reserve. Visitors to this iconic landmark can make their way along the three and a half mile peninsula walk or cycle routes, or climb aboard a Spurn Safari to travel in style.

     

    Go on Safari at Spurn National Nature Reserve

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  • Prom 2016: Friday, 15th July 2016

    22nd June 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    As you may be aware, our Year 11 Prom is being held at The White Heather, Caenby Corner on Friday 15th July. The cost of tickets is £30 and the deadline for ordering is 30th June.

    Arrivals are anticipated between 6pm - 7pm with a prompt start of 7.30pm. The event will finish at approximately 11pm and parents should ensure that arrangements are in place for students to get home safely at that time.

     

    Should you have any questions, do please contact the Academy and speak to Mrs Rotheram.

  • Lord Mayor's Sunday Service 26th June

    22nd June 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Just a reminder that this Sunday (26th June) is the Lord Mayor's Sunday Service at Holy Trinity Church. 

    The meeting for the boys is at 10:30 at Hull Trinity House Academy. Hope to see you all there to see the boys parade through the city centre.

  • Drama Club - Aladdin Trouble

    22nd June 2016 - Wainwright Primary Academy

    As you know, some of the children in Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6) have been attending the Drama Club each Monday with Miss Robinson and Miss Deakin, preparing for a performance of Aladdin.

     

    It is with regret that we have to inform you that due to staffing changes, the performance will not be able to go ahead in July as originally planned. The amount of work still to be covered in preparing for the performance is not achievable in the timescale available.

     

    This will mean that there will no longer be a Drama Club

  • JWA at the Shine Media Awards

    22nd June 2016 - John Whitgift Academy
    On Tuesday 21st June three students from the JWA Journal Editorial Team were invited down to the Stationer's Hall in London to receive an award for the school's work on the newspaper.
     
    We were up against a large number of schools from around the country - all of whom had fantastic publications. However, we were highly commended for having the best newspaper and for having the best front cover of a newspaper.
     
    It was a great experience and we hope to be nominated again next year!
     
     
     
  • Hatfield Water Park - Year 5 annual visit

    22nd June 2016 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    As per Hatfield Woodhouse tradition, Year 5 visited the Hatfield water park this week!

    The aim of the visit was to focus on personal achievement and team-working skills.

    The children participated in high-rope and raft building activities.  They worked really hard and pushed themselves out of their comfort zones - physically and mentally.

    It was noted as being the "Best school trip ever!" - so it is safe to say that it was a success!

  • Year 6 Residential

    22nd June 2016 - East Garforth Primary Academy

    Year 6 Residential

  • ICT RESULT SUCCESS!

    21st June 2016 - The Elland Academy

    Great news - All students have exceeded targets in ICT. 100% of students are leaving with 2 or more ICT qualifications! 89% of entered students achieved the Level 2 Certificate in IT Application Skills (ECDL) grades Distinction*, Distinction & Merit. 87% of students left with the Level 1 Award in E-Safety, 87% of all students left with the Functional Skills Entry 3 ICT qualification. 100% of all entered students left with the Functional Skills Level 1.