Here you can view all of the letters that have been published by Nunthorpe Academy
At Nunthorpe Academy we are unapologetic for the high expectations we have of all of our students with regards to standards of behaviour, uniform, punctuality and attendance; in fact it is likely that this was a contributory factor in you choosing to send your child to Nunthorpe.
We have just told your child's school that we will inspect it on Wednesday 27th March 2019
After the academy's review of the 2018 Examinations and discussions with outside agencies (Ofqal, JCQ etc.), we have added the following to our examination procedures.
I would like to inform you of our Year 7 and Year 8 Parents’ Evening Wednesday 20 March 4:00-7:00pm. This evening is an opportunity to meet your child’s tutor and discuss their overall academic progress plus their attendance, punctuality and achievement/behaviour points.
To prevent families accruing debt as a result of lunch monies being claimed where funds have not been added to the Biometrics System and to ensure all students receive meals they are entitled to, as of Monday 21 January 2019 a new system will start.
We would like to ask for your co-operation with a very important matter within our academy. We have a couple of students who are receiving medical treatment for cancer, which puts them at extreme risk if they are exposed to measles, chicken pox or shingles.
In order to follow the guidance set out in the Schools Admission Code, it is a statutory requirement that any academy wishing to alter their Published Admission Number (PAN) must consult appropriately.
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome students back to school, after the summer break and introduce myself as the new Assistant Vice Principal – Pastoral.
As part of our system changes which coincide with the start of the new academic year, I feel it is important to inform you of the pastoral re-structure we have implemented.
As many of you are aware, due to the nature of our academy building, one of our greatest daily challenges is to ensure all of our children enjoy a satisfactory lunch time experience. As the number of students on our roll has grown over time, lunch times have become increasingly problematic.
The HPV vaccine is being offered to all 12 and 13-year-old girls in school Year 7, starting in September 2018.
Inspection of Redcar and Cleveland local area’s effectiveness in identifying and meeting the needs of, and improving outcomes for, children and young people who have special educational needs and/or disabilities from 26 February to 2 March 2018.
Nunthorpe Academy was awarded the Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA) successfully in 2010 and 2014.
We are now ready to launch our new SchoolHire booking facility and as existing customers of the school you are being given advance notice so that you can ensure that your regular bookings are made from 5 February 2018.
At Nunthorpe we have always taken pride in our very high standards and the expectations we have of every single one of our young people.
The Art Department would like to share with you our new homework system. We have produced a homework menu which encourages students to become independent learners and take responsibility for choosing their own homework.
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?
Your child will be participating in the Accelerated Reader™ (AR™) program. This guide is designed to answer your questions about AR. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Mrs Wilkinson (Librarian).