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!

  • Anti Bullying Week continued ....

    16th November 2017 - Grange Lane Infant Academy

    We all took part in the ‘Wear Odd Socks’ campaign for Anti-Bullying Week! We had lots of fun showing off our odd socks and the grown-ups joined in too! We talked about the importance of ‘it’s okay to be different’ and what to do if somebody makes you feel upset.

    In Reception we talked about differences and similarities in ourselves. We thought about how we could be kind to others to make them feel special and happy. We also talked about what to do if somebody was unkind to us; ignore them, walk away and tell

  • Nursery Photos

    16th November 2017 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Please note the photographer will be in school at 9.00am to photograph our FS1 pupils and any absentees on Friday 24th November 2017. 

  • Children in Need

    16th November 2017 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Friday 17th November 2017 is Children in Need Day. This year children will need to come into school wearing their normal school uniform.

  • ASPIRATIONS EVENING SUCCESS

    15th November 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    On the evening of Tuesday 14th November 2017, Ash Hill Academy held its Aspirations Evening for students from Years 8 to 11. Featuring guests from across the various sectors of industry, training providers, and higher education institutions, the evening was filled with pupils and parents engaged in discussing their future aspirations.

    We were so fortunate to be as well supported by students and their families, that the speech given by Mr Cairns and Mr McMahon was delivered twice! Visitors from universities,

  • De Lacy Christmas Performance

    15th November 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    The Enrichment faculty are excited to announce that this year's Christmas performance will be an adaptation of John Godber's classic classroom comedy 'Teechers'. The show will take place on Wednesday 13 December 6-8pm in the Main Hall. There will be the usual festive treats on sale at the refreshment stall as well as a charity raffle.   

    Tickets will be on sale at reception from next week at £1 a ticket. 

    Don't miss it!

  • Odd Socks Day Today for Anti Bullying Week

    15th November 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    Students and staff will be wearing odd socks today to support Anti Bullying Week.

  • Letter to Parents

    15th November 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Wednesday, 15 November 2017

    Dear Parents, Carers & Students

    Changes to Leadership within the Academy

    I wanted to write to you at the earliest opportunity to inform you of some recent developments that will mean a change to the leadership structure within the academy.  In recent weeks, I have been offered an opportunity to extend my existing role within Delta Academies Trust.   This development will require me to continue to support academy improvement within Rossington All Saints and more widely within the Tr

  • KS3 Felt Workshop at Fountains Abbey 2017

    15th November 2017 - The Grove Academy

    On a misty morning in mid-October, Ellie, the Ethan’s and Harrison met Emma for a serious art work out.

    Having studied the impressionist artist Monet, the pupils were armed with their chalk pastel drawings in the smudgy style of the great master.  It was to be his waterlilies that were going to be transported into felts.

    Rapidly, the four pupils were fully engaged, layering, colour blending and finally the challenging, exhausting process of the irreversible change!  A thousand rolls to make the felt.  It was

  • Odd Sock Day

    15th November 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    Thank you to students and staff who came to school in odd socks today to support anti bullying week.

  • Year 11 Parents Evening

    14th November 2017 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    The Year 11 Parents Evening will take place on Thursday 16th November between 4:30pm and 7:00 pm. All students have been issued an appointment sheet at school and your son/charge should book the appointment slots direct with their subject teachers. 

    Below is a copy of the letter that has been sent out via our School Comms system.

    We look forward to seeing you.

  • Free Internet Safety Advice Session

    14th November 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    South Yorkshire Police are offering a free advice session at Lifewise at Hellaby on Tuesday 28/11/17 Children & Internet Safety, this session would be of value to parents/carers.

    This session is free to attend, you just need to book on as places are limited.

    Please see article below with the full details.

    In the news on Monday 6 November it stated that sexting cases involving children have doubled for police forces across the country.

    To assist parents and carers, South Yorkshire Police Community Safety are of

  • Year 11 Careers Fair

    14th November 2017 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Parents and carers are invited to attend the careers event in the Sports Hall between 2pm and 3pm on Thursday 16th November.

    Unfortunately you will be unable to speak to teachers at this time, therefore please ask your son/charge to book appointments for Parents Evening.

  • Road Safety Assemblies

    14th November 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    The fire service were in school this week delivering hard hitting assemblies on road safety to students in Years 7 to 10.  They also carried out a demonstration on how they cut passengers out of a car that has been involved in a road traffic accident.

  • Year 6 Robotics Day

    14th November 2017 - Willows Academy

    On November 14th 2017 a group of 8 children went to Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe for a robotics day. We had a series of challenges to complete including: building the robot shell, playing intense football, skittles, and sumos!

  • Prison Me! No Way!

    13th November 2017 - Hull Trinity House Academy

    Today, all of Year 9 were participating in the interactive Prison Me No Way program. Students were involved in workshops using both role play and discussion to understand how the justice system works. 

     

  • Remembrance Day 2017

    13th November 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    To mark Remembrance Day, secondary students have been visited by Ann Hickman from The Royal British Legion, known affectionately to our students as Poppy Lady! Ann delivered assemblies to each year group where students and staff learned how our donations are used to support injured soldiers and bereaved families. Afterwards, members of Serlby Park Student Council met with Ann and had an opportunity to discuss the importance of The Poppy Appeal. Ann said “It has been an absolute pleasure to visit Serlby Park

  • Armistice Day

    13th November 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Students from the student council attended a service at the War Memorial in Rossington and laid a wreath on behalf of students and staff at the academy.

  • Anti-Bullying Week 2017

    13th November 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    Anti-bullying week 2017 is being held this week between 13th and 17th November. It is a great way to take a stand against bullying and raise awareness in our Academy. Bullying doesn’t just affect children but adults too.

    If you have any concerns about your child being bullied please contact your childs Learning Manager for support.

    We have purchased a supply of useful booklets which provide tips for parents in preventing and dealing with bullying. These are available for you to collect free of charge from re

  • Governor's Tea Party

    13th November 2017 - John Whitgift Academy
    Students, parents and staff enjoyed the termly Governors' Tea Party. Those students who were invited had achieved outstanding attendance and reports; achieving an Effort grade 1 from each of their teachers, proving that they are 'model' students who are keen to learn and always strive for excellence in their work with a positive and proactive attitude. Most encouraging of all is the fact that each term the numbers seem to double and it is an excellent way to celebrate and reward our outstanding students. [