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.
Could you become part of the world's most elite amphibious force and wear the coveted green beret? It’s not for everybody, that’s for sure.
Compass Royston are no longer permitting their bus for Nunthorpe Academy students to return to collect any student who did not manage to get on the bus due to limited spaces. This has resulted in up to 10 students not being able to use the service and having to find an alternative method of transport home.
Please can parents / carers collecting students by car from the academy consider our local community when parking in the surrounding roads. Please avoid contravening parking restrictions and blocking people's access.
Students and staff at Nunthorpe Academy are celebrating yet another set of positive GCSE results today.
Our students should be proud of the wonderful set of Post-16 results they have achieved this year. Key targets have been exceeded and our progress measure of +0.41 is at a record high!
On Wednesday afternoon, a select group of students enjoyed the privilege of meeting Theresa Muñoz, a Canadian born, Scottish poet who writes poetry about immigration and modern technology.