All Trust News

  • Shepherding duties begin

    11th October 2017 - De Warenne Academy

    Shepherding is one of the unique enrichment opportunities on offer here at De Warenne Academy. Students have the opportunity to learn how to look after the flock of sheep that live in a paddock outside of the academy. Many students take part in this activity and they regularly comment on how this is the only time they have seen or interacted with livestock.

    When the sheep have lambs the students ensure they are looked after, some lambs have even been bottle fed by our students.

  • ACADEMY PARENTS' EVENING

    10th October 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    The academy will be holding an All Years Parents’ Evening on Tuesday 17th October 2017, from 3.00pm to 7.00pm. 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.

    We look forward to seeing you on the evening.

  • Harvest Festival

    10th October 2017 - Macaulay Primary Academy

    Mrs Childs organised another wonderful Harvest Festival this year. We were overwhelmed by everyones generosity for the food they donated to St Andrews and a special thank you to Steve Mumby at Laceby Morrisons for baking a special treat during his day off especially for the Harvest Festival and St Andrews!

  • RESTART A HEART DAY

    10th October 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    On Monday 16th October 2017, all Year 7 students will be participating in the ‘European Restart a Heart Day’ activities, promoted and supported by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service. The aim of the day is to enable young people to recognise the signs of Cardiac Arrest, and equip them with basic life support skills. The activities will take place between 08.30am and 12.30pm for Year 7 students.

    More than 25,000 young people across almost 140 secondary schools in Yorkshire will be taking part in the activities, w

  • Year 5 Tropical World Visit

    10th October 2017 - Macaulay Primary Academy

    Year 5 enjoyed an exciting visit to the Tropical Butterfly House Wildlife And Falconry Centre in Sheffield. We saw a variety of animals and creatures from meerkats to stick insects, owls to butterflies and everything in between!

  • Doncaster CAST theatre visits the academy

    10th October 2017 - De Warenne Academy

    Chris from CAST Youth Theatre visited the Drama Club on Monday night to run a taster session of what students could expect if they they signed up to one of the groups. The De Warenne Academy drama club is made up of over 30 students and staff who put together two high quality shows per year. Activities included those that rely on using the imagination of kids such as how to become a vending machine and an inaminate object. The students who attended said it was an excellent opportunity to work with their pee

  • Year 8 Football : English Schools Cup

    10th October 2017 - Garforth Academy

    The  Year 8 boys played out an enthralling English Schools' cup tie at North Halifax Grammar this afternoon.
    The game ebbed and flowed from the first whistle, eventually finishing 4-4 to take the tie into extra time and then penalties. Garforth would eventually prevail 4-1 in the shoot out, Oliver V saving two of the opposition's spot kicks to send the boys into round three.

    The boys represented the Academy admirably, displaying fantastic team work, resilience and fighting spirit. 

    Well done!

  • Year 10 Rugby Update

    10th October 2017 - Garforth Academy

    The Year 10 rugby team played really well tonight against Harrogate Grammar School, prevailing by 53 points to 5. They will play at home against the winners of Richmond School or Ilkley Grammar School at Garforth, the date is yet to be confirmed.

    Well done lads on some fantastic rugby and thank you to the staff who came down to watch the lads play.

     

  • Knights & Castle Day - Year 4

    10th October 2017 - Pheasant Bank Academy

    On Tuesday 10 October, Year 4 held a knights and castles day in school.  They learned about the 15th Century, castles, the War of the Roses and the plague.

     

    The children took part in various educational activities and had the chance to look at artefacts from the era.

     

     

     

  • Walking Bus

    9th October 2017 - The Parks Academy

    The first day of our walking bus was amazing! The bus stop at Limedane (behind Artic Ranger pub) at 8am

    The stops are:

    Gildane 8:05

    Dibsdane 8:07

    Bondane 8:10

    Axdane 8:15

    All children on the walk will be at school in time for breakfast club.

  • Newsletter week 5

    9th October 2017 - The Parks Academy

    Have a look at this week's newsletter.

  • Year 7 & 8 Halloween Disco

    9th October 2017 - Melior Community Academy

    The academy will be holding a Halloween themed school disco on Monday, 30th October from 5.30pm until 7pm.

    The ticket cost will be £2 which will include a soft drink. There will also be other items such as sweets available to purchase.

    Letters will be going home with students this week and we ask that completed permission slips are enclosed with payment and left in our drop box.

  • North Lincs Council Corporate Parenting Week

    9th October 2017 - Melior Community Academy

    Please see detailed below, information on activities planned for Corporate Parenting Week between 30th October - 3rd Nov:

    Our Corporate Parenting Week takes place from 30 October to 3 November.  On behalf of our children and young people in care, we are pleased to invite you to the Children in Care and Care Leavers Aspirations Round Table event on Wednesday, 1 November 2017 at the British Steel Conference Centre, Scunthorpe from 9am to 1pm. 

    You'll hear from children and young people who will talk about their

  • Radio Humberside

    8th October 2017 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    Last week Radio Humberside made a surprise appearance at our academy. They spoke to several children about the delights of Hull Fair. This included their favourite sights, smells and memories of the fair. As a result of this, Look North asked to attend our Hull Fair themed lunch on Friday afternoon to find out more about our tasty lunches. Camera crews filmed our exciting lunch and interviewed several children for Friday nights programme.

  • Newsletter

    6th October 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Please click on this 'News Item' to see this weeks newsletter.

  • Moto in the Community - Writing competition

    6th October 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our latest library competition, which is supported by our local partner 'Moto in the Community' and the famous children's author Gill Lewis. 

    Pupils in Years 4, 5, 6 and 7 have the chance to write their very own story, which should be no less than 200 words using a selection of 'story starters' provided by Gill Lewis. (These are available from the library).

    There are some fabulous prizes to be won including £2500 to be spent on brand new playground equipment and four

  • Blue Whale App

    6th October 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    You may be aware of an app called the Blue Whale Game which has been featured in the news recently in connection with young people being challenged to carry out sinister daily challenges, the ultimate one being to commit suicide. No deaths in Britain have been linked to the game, but police officers have posted online warnings for parents.

    We would advise parents to check your child's electronic equipment for any such content, delete it, and discuss the implications and risks of such apps with your child.

    Pa

  • Y7 Space Music

    6th October 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    Year 7 have been composing music to be broadcast in outer space focussing on layers of music (texture) and pitch (high and low notes). 

    Space Music EH and JR

    Space Music GC

    Space Music KA and LC

  • INSET Monday 9th October 2017

    6th October 2017 - St Wilfrid's Academy

    A reminder to all parents and carers that Monday 9th October is an INSET day at SWA and the academy will be closed to students. Students who would normally attend vocational placements, work experience or their home academies on Mondays will still be expected to attend these as normal.  The academy will open as usual from Tuesday 10th October.