Rhys was selected by British Taekwondo to represent Great Britain in the Cadet European Championships in Marina D’Or, Spain. The competition took place over 4 days and Year 9 student, Rhys from Armthorpe Academy won the Bronze medal! What a fantastic achievement. Rhys with his GB trainer Kathy Hook.
The CAP provision at Washington Academy had the Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue service come in to talk to them about fire and water safety. Scott and Tommy spoke to Year 7, 8 and 9 students and showed them some real life 999 calls from people who needed help. They also showed videos so […]
On Friday 24th May 2019, a group of 15 of Thornhill Academy’s most high achieving pupils visited Oxford University. This unique opportunity – the first of its kind at Thornhill, challenged students to take part in the lives of an Oxford student for the day. After seeing some of the sights of Oxford with Mrs […]
On Thursday 25th April, pupils from Ellesmere Park High School where amongst the 300 children from across Greater Manchester led by Sitakumari and dancers of the Heartstone Company ‘Moving Lives Dance Theatre’ to the sound of Indian dhol drummers set off on a procession at The Lowry to mark the start of a new journey […]
Brilliant Club Undergraduates are Ready to Fly! Thornhill Academy has recently launched the second academic year of the Brilliant Club Scholar’s Programme for some of their Most Able pupils in Year 7. This exciting, opportunity of a lifetime involves our pupils working collaboratively over the next few months with their PhD mentor from Northumbria University […]
BLESMA: Making Generation R is a programme which supports injured veterans to take their inspiring stories about overcoming adversity into schools across the UK to teach students about resilience. Learning to be resilient can make a big difference to young people that struggle with feelings of anxiety and self esteem. Making Generation R went into […]
Latest pictures of the new build at Armthorpe Academy.
Moorside high school Year 11 pupils decided they wanted to act on the global problem of plastic. They presented assemblies to school students, gave lectures to staff and met with school lunch providers. Single use plastic bottles are no longer used in school. Cardboard cartons are now old at lunch time and a new Moorside […]
Book a place on our next Teacher training recruitment event on Friday 23rd March. For more information go to http://builehillvisualartscollege.co.uk/teacher-training/scitt/
An ardent ice hockey supporter, Rebecca Lloyd of Year 8, recently wrote a passionate and expressive piece to her favourite team the ‘Whitley Warriors’ informing of her love, support and appreciation of the sport and her team. Proudly, we would like to share with you that her work has been published in the ‘Warriors’, the […]