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Please take the time to look through our Gallery, it is filled with photographs that show all the fun and exciting events that take place in the Academy.
Year 6 Residential to Johns Lee Wood
Academy Prime Minister Election
We held our own election for an Academy Prime Minister. All children and staff were asked to vote in our polling station for who they wanted to be elected. All votes were then counted and checked. Congratulations to our winner.
We took part in Living Streets walk to school week and also their 'Happy Shoesday'. Children came to school with their favourite pair of shoes and donated £1. We raised a total of £221.72 We also asked for any unwanted shoes to be donated for adults and children in rural Africa with Africa's Gift Charity.
We had a creative afternoon for Easter and also held a parent / carer decorate a Easter hat competition. Congratulations to Cortez and Julia's mum who won the prizes.
Children and staff came to school dressed in red along with their red noses and wristbands to show their support for Red Nose Day. Children that took part donated £1 to the charity.
The school council were also sold red noses and wristbands during break times throughout the week. We raised a total of £327.10
St Annes Church Wednesday Club
The Choir also performed at St Anne's Wednesday Club.
The Choir performed at Young Voices along with around 6000 other children. A fantastic experience for all involved.
To help raise awareness of the closure of the Glenfield Heart Unit, we took part in the have a heart day and asked children to wear red and donate £1. All donations went to Heartlink. We raised a total of £287. Thank you to everyone that donated.
Mrs Handford-Glaze held a Phonics Cafe to help parents understand Phonics. To view the presentation click here
Parents were invited into the academy to take part in our 'Crafty Christmas' which aims to give parents ideas of creative activities they can do with their children.
We raised £801.50 at this years Winter Fair. We had a visit from Santa in his Grotto, and also a giant bouncy snow globe.
Here are some of the wonderful creations that the children made on Decorations Morning.
We raised £286 for Children In Need. Children took part in 'The Big Spotacular' to raised money for this great charity.
We had another good turnout for our 'Family Pumpkin Carving' session. Lots of scary pumpkin faces were made by children with the help of their parents/carers.
Macmillan Coffee Morning 2016
We raised an amazing £131 for MacMillan from our coffee morning. Huge thanks to everyone that donated.
'Time For Me' morning for parents/carers
We held this event for parents and carers to have a few hours of relaxation after the long summer holidays, they learnt how to make a facial exfoliator took part in many more craft activities. They also had lots of free tea and cake !
To celebrate 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl we asked staff and children to dress up as their favourite character from one of Roald Dahl's many fantastic books and poems.