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 They do not stir until the students have gone home and the sun has been replaced by the moon.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.
From biomedical sciences, to robotics and space exploration, come and listen to the experiences of more than 25 industry experts + Q&A.
What a wonderful start to the year! The library was cram-packed with exciting new books after a very busy year last year obtaining funds and stocking shelves. In addition many teachers, parents and students have been donating books throughout the year which have also been added to the shelves.
Students and staff at Nunthorpe Academy are celebrating yet another set of improved GCSE results today.
Once again our students should be proud of the wonderful set of Post 16 results they have achieved this year.
After most students have finished a full day’s schooling and ambled home, something happens in the library that they are completely unaware of: a team of dedicated student librarians scurry about busily adding new books to the system and putting them on shelves; organising existing books back into their proper order; filling up magazine racks and creating attractive displays.
The first cohort of North East Schools Teaching Allliance trainees is now well underway and all are making excellent progress. Four Secondary trainees are working at Nunthorpe Academy in English, Maths, Geography and History and three Primary trainees are in Nunthorpe, Ormesby and Skelton Primaries.
John Bailey – Life and Soul of the Mess 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 Where dollars may rent loyalty, but you built trust […]