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Updated: timetables for Exam revision sessions

    • Flexible Learning
Exams have now started and our students - especially in Year 11 - have worked hard and deserve to do well. Our staff have organised revision sessions as per the timetable below: Exam time can be a very stressful time for students and also for their parents/carers, so we would like…

80s themed Murder Mystery event for parents

    • Invite (front)
The academy is hosting an 80s themed Murder Mystery event for parents, in which we will also share key tips from our work to help your children develop their reasoning and questioning skills. Please see the invite below for more information.

Parent event - National Careers Service workshop

    • ncs
The National Careers Service will be in the academy on Tuesday 28 January 2014, 4pm to 6pm to work with adults in the local community. Boost your CV or create a new one Job Searching Techniques Information on courses Please book your place by contacting Mrs J Godfrey at the academy…

Principal's Blog: Lake District challenge, parents' night and more

    • mrs leaver's blog 17.12.13
Watch Mrs Leaver's blog: In her last blog of the term, Mrs Leaver talks about the students who took part in an outdoor challenge in the Lake District, as well as our recent festive Parents' Night, the Gardening Club's latest award and a reminder of term dates. Term ends at 11.45am on…

Information for Parents: ‘Raising the Participation Age’

    • RPA
The government has introduced new legislation regarding ‘Raising the Participation Age’. This will take effect from September 2013, therefore, this will apply to your child if he or she is currently in Year 11 and due to leave school in June 2013. Under the new ‘Raising the Participation Age’ policy, young…

Guidance for parents / carers in the case of bad weather

    • The academy is closed today due to snow
It is our policy to keep the academy open wherever possible. Please assume the academy is open unless you hear otherwise. The Department for Education recognises the delivery of education to pupils as an essential service, as do we. If we do have to close, parents/carers will be informed in the…