It has come to the academy's attention that Year 11 students are being signed out for medical appointments. This will not be authorised without evidence of appointments. Year 11 attendance to lessons is crucial during the important exam period.
Nothing stops our young authors learning about marketing their books. After snow and then sports week thwarted our initial attempts, we finally found a free afternoon and pounced at the chance to visit Drake's Book Shop in Stockton.
Over the course of the last week or so we have had a number of complaints raised by parents regarding the use of our car park and access road.
To increase security and improve safeguarding within our Academy we are making a few minor changes to the student access gates during the Easter holidays, and as such implementing new times as to when they will be open and closed.
Here2Help Students L-R – Boston, Chloe, Eliza, Brooklon, Bethany, Zakiyah, Bryony, Tharsi. “Bullying” is the first topic on our new blog and we would invite students to send in their experiences of being bullied, and comment on what some of our sixth form students have experienced. “Are you being bullied now?” “Let us know and […]
Last year, Year 7 was treated to an entertaining, hilarious, informative performance by The2Steves. Sadly, one of the two Steves has now retired. We therefore booked TheOneSteve (the remaining Steve) for this year's Year 7s. We had half the duo, paid half the fee and expected half the performance. How wrong we were.
On the occasion where your child may be slightly unwell but you have sent them into the academy to maintain excellent attendance and learning, could you please ensure that your child reports to his/her Pastoral Manager or Head of House to make contact home if they are struggling rather than contacting parents directly via using their mobile phones in the toilets.
So there they all were, the whole of Year 8 sitting quietly waiting to be lectured by someone about reading. In front of them stood a man who was about to destroy their hopes and dreams.
Two of our Y7 students, J. Thompson and R. Kerr, have been involved in a Premier League competition regarding the 100 years anniversary of Passchendaele.
Nunthorpe students demonstrated their democratic rights today by participating in the Youth Parliament Issues Vote. This was an opportunity for students to influence the agenda for young people and take the issues to the House of Commons. Students found the experience worth while and understood why having a voice is important.