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.
Please can we ask parents when dropping off and picking up students from the Academy, to try where possible, not bring cars onto the school site. The site is extremely busy and serves both the secondary and primary schools.
Pupils from TGW are diving into Drowning Prevention Week by taking part in vital water safety education sessions.
Congratulations to the lucky thirty Year 8s who won the opportunity to meet Chris Priestley (author of teen and YA horror).
Fun, inspiring, informative. If there’s one thing our Year 7s learnt from these hilarious authors, it is that the number 3 is a magic number – especially in stories. But of course they didn’t learn just one thing – they learned far more. The whole of Year 7 were visited by The2Steves, who entertained them […]
Sometimes it’s nice to believe in magic. During the day, it is impossible to see (unless you know where to look) the library fairies sleeping in the darkest corners of our library. They do not stir until the students have gone home and the sun has been replaced by the moon. Then the library comes to life.
We were delighted to have the British Triathlon Association organising an event at Nunthorpe Academy on Monday 13th March. Students undertaking PE lessons undertook a challenge based lesson.
Take some time every now and then; Think back and say ‘I remember when’; You were as brothers you and they; Sent by your country into the fray; To a land of sun, dried dirt and dust.