Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Welcome to our news feed for all of our up to date articles about recent events around the academy.
19 September
Newsletter - Week 3
24 August
GCSE Results 2018

Caistor Yarborough Academy is celebrating today after again achieving some excellent GCSE results. Many areas have continued to improve, despite the new ‘tougher’ GCSE examinations this summer. Head teacher Mr Mark Midgley said: "We are once more delighted with our students’ GCSE results. The hard work of the students and the staff has been rewarded with some positive results as the Government embeds the new tougher examinations.”

We are also very proud of the increase in the percentage of our grades at 9-7 (A**to A). There were some impressive results in Science, Modern Foreign Languages, Geography, Sport and Drama. English and Mathematics continue on the journey of improvement with some excellent individual results.

One of our top performing students who achieved 5 or more Grade 7-9 (A**-A) was Jack Newrick and a number of students achieved 5 or more 6-9 (B-A*grades).  A large number of students made good progress in relation to their starting point of secondary education with particular praise to Charlotte Souter-Smith, Harriet Chester and Luke Cowdroy.  

May I take this opportunity once again to thank the students, staff, governors and partners of the school for their continued success on our journey at Caistor Yarborough Academy.

22 August
Back to School

After the summer break it's time to start the new academic year. 

We hope that everyone has enjoyed the holidays. We welcome everyone back to the academy:
Staff training - Monday 3rd September
Y7 - Tuesday 4th September
Y7 & Y9 - Wednesday 5th September
All Year groups - Thursday 6th September

08 June
Spring Open Evening
23 February
Schools Will Rock You!

Schools Will Rock You!.PNG

29 January
DFE Performance tables data

​Following the release of the School League tables Caistor Yarborough Academy is delighted to announce that: On the Governments new, and most important headline figure, known as, Progress 8, Caistor Yarborough Academy has achieved a positive progress score of 0.05. This means that, at GCSE, our students achieved above expectation compared to similar students across the country. This is a wonderful achievement and we are delighted as it reflects the progress made, from every different start point, between Key Stage 2 and the end of Key Stage 4. Again, at GCSE, we also achieved very positive Attainment 8 score. This calculates the average attainment achieved by students across their best 8 subjects, again an excellent achievement. 

Headteacher, Mr Mark Midgley commented. We are incredibly pleased to report our achievements as seen in the school GCSE performance tables. These results are due to the hard work, dedication and commitment of our wonderful teaching and support staff and, of course, are a reflection of the dedication, outstanding work ethic and exemplary attitudes of our fantastic students. We are justifiably delighted with all of these achievements, but most notably, the excellent progress measures. It is quite correct to recognise that measuring Progress is the most important outcome for learners in any school setting and to be 19th out of 68 schools in Lincolnshire and 4th out of 12 in North East Lincolnshire for GCSE progress and 4th out of 12 for attainment is a fantastic achievement, our staff and students feel incredibly proud of their success and of their school. May I take this opportunity to thank all of our students, staff, parents, governors and partner schools for their hard work and continued support.

13 September
Transformed Caistor secondary school on 'journey of excellence' under new leadership

​​A secondary school held back by "key weaknesses" over recent years - has been "transformed" over the last six months following the appointment of its new headteacher.

Mark Midgley is the new head at Caistor Yarborough Academy, and has been drafted in by Government officials to turn the fortunes of the school around following its "long legacy of under performing".

To contiune reading please follow the below link

Grimsby Telegraph​

30 June
Open Events 2017

24 March
Red Nose Day House Challenges
Red Nose Day Sporting House Challenges in the spring sunshine



1 - 10Next