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!

  • Battlefields History Trip

    24th October 2016 - Melior Community Academy

    Miss Higgins selected Charlie Broadbent and Kieran Goulding from Year 11 to take part in a First World War battlefields tour, as a reward for their enthusiasm in history lessons. The tour was fully funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and provided a variety of perspectives and insights into the history of the Western Front. They were led by an expert from the Guild of Battlefield Guides, also a serving solider accompanied the trip to provide a contrast to serving as a solider 100 years ago. 

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  • Friday's Newsletter is online now!

    24th October 2016 - The Parks Academy

    The weekly newsletter is online now!

  • Animation at Bradford Media Museum

    21st October 2016 - The Elland Academy

    On Thursday 20th October KS3 students visited Bradford Media Museum. The students were able to learn about different types of animation, make their own clay models and then work in groups to create their own animation using computers and webcams. Students also visited the I-Max to watch 3D Space and visited the arcade area to play retro games.

  • Launch of Football Enrichment Club

    21st October 2016 - The Elland Academy

    The weather may not have been the best but that didn't stop the football enrichment session on Tuesday 18th October. We may have been small in numbers but what we lacked in numbers we more than made up for in energy and dare I say skill! The session provided students with an opportunity to work together with different people (including staff).

    Ryan showed off his skills at stopping the ball with his head, am sure there are many professionals who could not have consistently done as many 'headers' as Ryan. Br

  • Mr Schofield

    21st October 2016 - Serlby Park Academy

    It is with mixed emotions that I am writing to inform you of the promotion of Mr Schofield.

    After half term Ryan has been seconded to take up the role of Vice Principal at Pheasant Bank Primary Academy in Rossington.

    Ryan has been associated with the school since 1997. Firstly as a secondary and sixth form student where he went on to become Deputy Head Boy and School football captain. The family links go a lot deeper as Mick Schofield, Ryan’s dad, was the caretaker at secondary for a very long time (according

  • News Letter - Week 7

    21st October 2016 - Knottingley St. Botolph's

    Please find attached news letter for week 7

  • Doncaster in Bloom Award Winners

    20th October 2016 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    The academy was a big winner at the Doncaster in Bloom Awards last night coming away with three Silver Gilts for:

    Allotment of the Year

    Young Persons Garden

    Best Wildlife/Sustainable Garden

    Huge thanks to Phil Handley and Hugh Gibson who give their time freely to support the work that goes on in the allotment.  

  • Harvest Festival

    20th October 2016 - The Parks Academy

    Thank you everyone for your donations for Harvest. This year we will be donating to Women's Aid!

  • Spooky Spectacular!

    20th October 2016 - The Parks Academy

    We all had a fantastic time last night. Check out more of our fabulous photos on Twitter!

  • Y11 PRAISE ASSEMBLY

    20th October 2016 - Ash Hill Academy

    Our Year 11 students had their first ever Praise Assembly this morning, to recognise all their hard work and effort during this first half term. On entry to the assembly students were offered a choice of snacks, from bacon sandwiches to pizza slices, as well as juice drinks. Mrs Callaghan (Vice Principal) addressed the assembly, informing them of the reasons why they were going to be praised, before handing over to staff to present the various awards.

    Students received certificates from either their subject

  • Fire Safety Talk

    20th October 2016 - The Grove Academy

    On Friday 30th September, Fire Safety Officer Craig Haswell from the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service led a special assembly for the whole school on the dangers of fire. He focussed on risky behaviour, but also discussed fire accidents in the home. His presentation was hard hitting and students left with a better understanding of the dangers of fire setting and the consequences when things go wrong.

  • Year 6 Codebreaker event

    19th October 2016 - Worlaby Academy

    On Wednesday 19th July, 4 of the Year 6 pupils were accompanied by Mr Brown and Mrs Hatton to take part in a problem solving event at the Army Barracks in Scunthorpe.

    The room had been set out in the style of Bletchley Park and the code breaking was to make the children think about Enigma and to use their skills they had been taught to break codes and solve problems.

    The team worked exceptionally well together and everyone played a vital part. We came third overall and were very proud of our achievements. It

  • Praise for Elland Academy Pupils

    19th October 2016 - The Elland Academy

    The 2 boys: Ryan and Lewis found a male unconscious and with an occluded airway in the bushes on their way home after hearing a phone ringing.

    They students rang for The Ambulance Service to assist the man, they remained on scene and guided them to the patient, they offered to help but remained far enough away so as not to get in their way, helping them to move equipment around and returning it to the ambulance.

    All this made them quite late getting home, luckily Gary White from the Ambulance Service was able

  • A Day in the life of the NHS" trip

    19th October 2016 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Some of our Year9 and Year 8 took part in "A Day in the life of the NHS" trip. They went behind the scenes at Hull Royal Infirmary as part of a large-scale NHS careers event.

    More than 70 students from Withernsea High, Trinity House School and St Mary’s Academy walked through six individual scenarios designed to showcase NHS job roles which support people from birth through to end of life. Students also spent time in a mock theatre complete with high-tech simulation mannequin, and received a motivational spe

  • Year 7 & 11 Group Photograph 2016/17

    19th October 2016 - The Vale Academy

    Year group photographs are now available to buy from Tempest Photography. You’re able to preview the photograph on their web site, available here.

  • Year 2 - Science

    18th October 2016 - Willows Academy

    As part of Year 2 Science we learned about the heart. To help us understand what this looked like, a real heart was brought into class. Miss Houseman showed this and cut into parts so we could better understand what hearts look like, what the heart does and how it does it. Year 6 also got a chance to view the heart and lungs with Year 2. 

  • CRAFT CLUB SESSION CANCELLED

    18th October 2016 - Ash Hill Academy

    Unfortunately the Craft Club enrichment session this Wednesday 19th Oct has had to be cancelled, due to a clash with an after-school staff meeting. The next Craft Club enrichment session will be on Wednesday 2nd November.

  • Parents Evening

    18th October 2016 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Dont forget to book your place for Parents evening. There will be two opportunities for you to attend to discuss your child's progress. The evenings are Tuesday 8th and Thursday 10th November from 3.35pm until 5.30pm

  • Year 4 Anglo-Saxon brooches

    18th October 2016 - Willow Green Academy

    Year 4 have been working hard to create their own Anglo-Saxon brooches.