Here you can view all of the letters that have been published by Nunthorpe Academy
Please be aware that due to the first day of our Primary Transition Period for Yr 6s there will be a delayed start to the day on Monday 3 July 2017 for Years 7-9 who will be expected in the academy at 10.00am.
Recent warm weather, light nights and the approaching summer, school holidays has raised the anxiety of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Councils’ substance misuse service for young people, CREST.
We know that there are lots of things for your family to consider when the academy week begins; but have you and your child decided what they will be having for lunch every day?
We would like to invite you to the "Parents' Review Evening" for Y10/11/13 on 22 March 2017. Please come along with points to discuss with your child's tutor as our intention is that the Review Evenings will continue to provide you with advice and information to help you support your child with their academic studies this year.
At the end of the summer term we sent a letter to parents/carers confirming that Nunthorpe Academy were attempting to achieve Multi Academy Trust status and were investigating the opportunity to sponsor other local schools.
As of Monday 10 October 2016 all students wishing to use the Compass Royston Bus Service will need to have a ‘Right to Ride’ ID Card. Students will receive one of these once they have submitted a signed copy of the attached Behaviour Contract to Student Reception. Please read the letter and the contract carefully if you wish your student to continue using this service. Please remember that this service is a joint agreement between parents and the bus company and Nunthorpe Academy are simply facilitating the administration of the cards on their behalf.
ParentPay commissioned research to discover what else parents wanted from ParentPay. They wanted to help families on lower incomes, give more flexibility in how parents pay, and support schools in becoming completely cashless.
Mobile phones have become part of our everyday lives and certainly part of the lives of young people. However, we have found that over the last 12 months too much time has been spent dealing with the effects of misuse of mobile technology and the resulting negative interactions between staff and students.