Access various helpful resources that are provided in PDF format
Read about what has been happening at the academy in our academy magazine.
At Nunthorpe, we are going to celebrate and reward good attendance. Here are a few reasons why...
At Nunthorpe Academy we take the welfare of our students very seriously. Our child protection team are all trained to support the students and to liaise with outside agencies where appropriate.
It is the aim of the Examinations Staff at Nunthorpe Academy to ensure the examination periods run smoothly, with as little stress as possible for our students.
View information about the revision classes and extracurricular activities that currently take place for Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, and Key Stage 5 students.
Nunthorpe Multi-Academy Trust, which comprises Nunthorpe Academy and Rye Hills Academy, is an employer required by law to carry out Gender Pay Reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap information) Regulations 2017.
Presentations from our How to Revise Evening held in January 2017.
In light of Government changes and a review of the way in which the Academy reports to parents the following changes have been made to the type, frequency and way we report to parents. See the below guides for more information.
Informative PowerPoint that was shown at the Year 9 Options Evening in February 2017.
If you need more information about any courses before you enrol, please contact Nunthorpe Learning and Leisure and ask for a Course Information Sheet, quoting the course name and code – Tel: 01642 310561 / Email: email@example.com.
Welcome to Nunthorpe Learning and Leisure. Our comprehensive programme of courses aims to provide you with a high-quality, well-planned, personalised service tailored to match your interests, lifestyle and learning preferences.
Please use the below application form for all vacancies unless otherwise instructed.
The vision and inspirational leadership of the principal and vice-principal have transformed the ambitions of this highly successful academy. Leadership at all levels is united in its commitment to improving performance constantly. Governance is outstanding in its challenge and support for the academy.
ParentPay is the market leader in online payment for schools. We provide online payments, income management and dinner money administration for schools, authorities and caterers.
Copies of the minutes from Parent Voice Group's meetings.
A collection of our past assemblies for 2018 / 2019.
We are an Outstanding Academy that is passionate about the learning business. “I am just overjoyed a comprehensive in Middlesbrough is setting the standard for state schools across the country.” Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education
The Sixth Form Experience 16-19 Bursary Fund Application Form
The 2019 application form and prospectus to apply for the Sixth Form.
The Nunthorpe Academy Sixth Form Enrichment Programme is compulsory for all students enrolled at the Sixth Form.
See both of the Powerpoint presentations that were shown at the High Education Evening held in June 2017.
All Sixth Form students must sign this document on starting at Nunthorpe Sixth Form.
A collection of current and previous Sixth Form newsletters.
A list of all of the course choices that are available for students of our Sixth Form.
Advice and guidance about your UCAS Personal Statement.
At Nunthorpe Sixth Form we are keen to celebrate success and we seek to reward achievement in various ways.
Information and resources regarding university. Including, research logs, UCAS Deadlines, and destinations of ex-students.
A helpful sheet to track your research into university courses.
A helpful document to clarify sections of a UCAS entry form, and advice on how to apply.
Information about the staffing structure for our Senior Leadership team, along with their responsibilities.
Please take your time in reading the following information about how we support any student with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Redcar and Cleveland's Local Offer information and advice about services for children with Special Educational Needs can be found on Peoples Information Network Website: People's Information Network
Here you can find the various grade descriptors for each of our subjects.
Here you can find the scheme of work for each subject
The Department for Education has allocated £500 per student for the number of year 7 students who did not achieve at least a level 4 in reading and/or mathematics at Key Stage 2. This grant is to be used to support students in this category to ‘catch up’.
The trustees present their annual report together with the financial statements and auditor's report of the charitable company for the period 1 September 2016 to 31 August 2017.