Poetry Live! was an amazing experience. Each poet gave a series of readings of their poems giving us a little background and context to their poems and we even got exclusive readings of a few unpublished poems from some poets.
What would you rather do? An afternoon in lessons or a trip to the cinema to see Malificent 2? That’s the choice some lucky students had to make.
NMAT Trustees and Nunthorpe Academy Governors are delighted to announce that yesterday afternoon, after two gruelling days of Head of School interviews, the panel made the decision to appoint Mrs Kate Kell to the role of Head of School, Nunthorpe Academy.
The creative and dedicated members of the English 'Quiz Show Club' put the knowledge and skills of nine staff members to the test in their challenging game show: 'It’s Impossible to Call My Tenable Catchphrase with a Countdown'.
We have been informed by Compass Royston that with effect from 1 January 2020 they are unable to comply with PSVAR regulations and will be terminating the bus service they provide to the academy.
For all students taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award, the first meeting will take place on Tuesday 10 December at 3.15pm in B1.
The academy gates will be closed at 8:35am from 25th November 2019 to ensure student punctuality to P1. This is a reminder that all students should be onsite by 8:30am.
It is with regret that I am writing to inform you that the NMAT Trustees and I have taken the decision to close Nunthorpe Learning and Leisure (NLL) with effect from 31st December 2019. This means that whilst classes will continue as normal until that date, unfortunately, from 1st January 2020 no further NLL classes will running.
We’re very lucky here at Nunthorpe Academy; we have the best and funniest Patron of Reading!