All Trust News

  • Weekly Newsletter

    14th July 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Please click on this 'News Item' to see this weeks newsletter.

  • SCHOOL BUS CHANGES

    14th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    We have been informed that the school bus operator – Bright Bus - is intending to close at the end of this academic year (July 2017).

    Bright Bus currently provide commercial school services across South Yorkshire, with approximately 11,000 journeys each day.  Bright Bus have been a key player in the market since the late 1980s and have done a lot of work to build relationships with schools and parents, to encourage safe and direct travel for young people. South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE)

  • BASKETBALL STAR

    14th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    On the 1st and 2nd July 2017 one of our Year 8 students, Harvey Smith, represented Yorkshire at the Basketball England's under 13 boys regional development tournament in Manchester. This was supported by grant funding from the academy.

     

  • Y10 TEENAGE CANCER TRUST ASSEMBLY

    14th July 2017 - Ash Hill Academy

    This morning our Year 10 students took part in a workshop and received a presentation from Lenny (R. Lennon) from the Teenage Cancer Trust. After an initial introduction and supportive message about this sensitive issue, Lenny went on to inform the students about statistics, myths and facts surrounding cancer and especially cancer in young people.

    When asked how many people in the Auditorium had either been directly or indirectly affected by cancer, there was barely a hand left down, showing just how importa

  • Job Opportunities!

    14th July 2017 - Ingleby Manor School

    We Currently looking to recruit the following: 

    • SEN Administration Officer
    • Learning Manager
    • English Teacher Maternity Cover
    • Lunchtime Supervisor
    • Lunchtime Cashier 
    Please click this link for applications: http://www.inglebymanorschool.org.uk/Recruitment

     

  • Code Breaking STEM Day

    14th July 2017 - The Elland Academy

    Previous STEM days have included bridge building, programming competitions and a CSI theme day. On Friday the Maths department planned a Code-Breaking day. Students embraced the opportunity to practise Semaphore, learn about Braille, Makaton and other communication methods to reveal secret codes. Finally students were ableto crack the codes which unlocked a box of surprises!

  • North Lincs Council Summer Holiday Activities

    14th July 2017 - Willoughby Road Primary Academy
    There is a website which has lots of information for families, and includes a diary of activities, throughout the year but especially during the Summer Holidays.
     
    Follow this link for more information:
     
     
     
     
  • Competitive Sports Day

    13th July 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    A great victory for the yellow team! All the children did a fantastic job with the races. Everyone supported their team in every single race. What an amazing atmosphere!

  • BBQ Lunch

    13th July 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    In the spirit of sports day, we had an amazing BBQ Lunch on the school field. The children enjoyed eating beef bugers, sausages, potatoes and corn on the cob. To top it off, we had delicious orange lollies. Yummy!

  • Non-competitive sports day

    13th July 2017 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Our non-competitive sports day was a great success. All the children joined in with the games and the parents thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

  • Dewsbury Learning Quarter visit

    13th July 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    On Thursday 13th July the Head Boy, Head Girl and Mrs Frizzell visited the new Dewsbury Learning Quarter site on Bradford Road.  This site will be called the Springfield Centre for the brand new Kirklees College campus in Dewsbury, which is due to open in September 2018.  There will also be another new site called the Pioneer Campus which is situated in the old Pioneer House.  The students from Manor Croft visited the site to meet Dawn Turner and executives from the Construction Company Kier.  It was an inv

  • Last day of term

    13th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Please note on the last day of term Friday 21st July primary pupils will finish at 1.15pm and secondary pupils at 1.45pm.

     

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  • Summer Holidays

    13th July 2017 - Manor Croft Academy

    The Academy closes for the summer holiday on Friday 21st July 2017 at 12.15 pm.  Monday 24th July and Tuesday 25th July will be disaggregated Inset Days.  The Academy will re-open to students on Tuesday 5th September 2017. 

  • Useful information from NSPCC

    13th July 2017 - De Lacy Academy

    Become an expert in your child's online world in six weeks, use the link below:

    https://nspcc.o2.co.uk/

  • Year 5 & 6 Transition

    13th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    It’s been a very busy time here at Serlby Park Academy in the last few weeks. Y5 pupils from Serlby Park Academy and our Feeder Schools have experienced life at Secondary, the pupils took in part in an African Themed Day where they made their own African masks and sang and danced along to African music! The pupils were very eager to learn and said they’d had a brilliant time.  On 4th until the 6th July Year 6 pupils joined us for their 3 day Induction. Throughout the 3 day event the attitude and behaviour

  • London John Mann Trip 2017

    13th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    Year 11 students William Beswick, Jake Boothroyd, Mahia Mahzabin, Ryan Peart, Alessia Picano and Leanne Wright visited the city of London with Miss Webb for the John Mann Summer School.  The students enjoyed doing fantastic activities such as visiting the Parliament Building, spending a day in the Saudi Arabia Embassy, workshops in big companies such as Pentlands and Clifford Chance, plus amazing experiences watching a play in the Globe Theatre and visiting the BBC.  The students had an incredible time and

  • Sports Day 2017!

    13th July 2017 - St Wilfrid's Academy

    On Wednesday, St Wilfrid’s held its 2nd Annual Sports Day. Teams had been organised to compete against each other under the Mythological banners of Poseidon, Zeus and Triton! Over 70 students enjoyed a fun and action packed alternative sports day, supported by all the St Wilfrid’s Staff and cheered on by a great turn out of Parents. Traditional competitive sports, mixed with bouncy assault courses, sumo suits and a BBQ and Ice cream van went down a treat!

  • Reading Challenge Platinum Award

    13th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy
    We are delighted to celebrate the success of Rosie in Year 1 who has just completed the Serlby Park Academy Platinum Reading Challenge Award by reading an extra twenty books.
     
    This is in addition to the eighteen books Rosie read to claim our coveted Gold Award.
    Congratulations and well done to Rosie.
     
  • Reading Challenge Platinum Award

    13th July 2017 - Serlby Park Academy

    We are delighted to celebrate the success of Dennis in Year 3 who has just completed the Serlby Park Academy Platinum Reading Challenge Award by reading an extra twenty books.

    This is in addition to the eighteen books Dennis read to claim our coveted Gold Award.

    Congratulations and well done to Dennis.

     

     

  • Cheaper Travel for 16-18 Year Olds

    13th July 2017 - Rossington All Saints Academy

    Get cheaper travel with the new 16-18 Travel Pass

    All 16-18 year olds living in South Yorkshire can apply for the new 16-18 Travel Pass to get cheaper travel on bus, tram and train.

    Why should I apply?

    • Now available to ALL 16-18 year olds in South Yorkshire.
    • Cheaper travel for work, school, college or leisure. 
    • Travel for just 80p per journey on bus or tram and half fare on Northern trains.
    • Travel anytime, anywhere in South Yorkshire.
    • Valid through Summer months so you can enjoy cheaper travel in August.
    • Access mo