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Our IGCSE group visited Finland in January for a week. They learnt about the Finnish way of life, schools and workplaces. Students enjoyed an educational and informative visit to help with their IGCSE course.
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  • Visits

    Our IGCSE group visited Finland in January for a week. They learnt about the Finnish way of life, schools and workplaces. Students enjoyed an educational and informative visit to help with their IGCSE course.

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  • Thursday 29th January 4 students attended the VEX Robotics competition in Coventry. They competed with a Robot the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) group designed and created. The team won the Design Award and Trophy.
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    Thursday 29th January 4 students attended the VEX Robotics competition in Coventry. They competed with a Robot the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) group designed and created. The team won the Design Award and Trophy.

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  • Year 10 BTEC Performing Arts students performed extracts from three well known John Godber plays: ‘Teechers’, ‘Bouncers’, ‘Shakers’. All three plays are set in the 80s. The performances ran for two nights, white a great turn out received at both.
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  • Drama

    Year 10 BTEC Performing Arts students performed extracts from three well known John Godber plays: ‘Teechers’, ‘Bouncers’, ‘Shakers’. All three plays are set in the 80s. The performances ran for two nights, white a great turn out received at both.

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  • Recently CYA has hosted an activity day in an ongoing project magazine named “The Triangle” Three local Primary Academies and Three Bangladeshi representatives joined us to further establish strong links with schools in different countries.
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    Recently CYA has hosted an activity day in an ongoing project magazine named “The Triangle” Three local Primary Academies and Three Bangladeshi representatives joined us to further establish strong links with schools in different countries.

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  • CYA took part in a ‘School Newspaper Project’ organised by Lincoln University. Caistor Primary School were also invited to be involved in the day. Students researched and wrote their own stories and worked with the editors laying out the newspaper pages.
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    CYA took part in a ‘School Newspaper Project’ organised by Lincoln University. Caistor Primary School were also invited to be involved in the day. Students researched and wrote their own stories and worked with the editors laying out the newspaper pages.

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     School Photos

    We hope your photography day went well and we are pleased to let you know that we now have a web collection for the school.

     

     VIVO Notice

    NOTICE to PARENTS


    Please remember to regularly log on to Vivomiles in order to see praise and rewards your child has received. Since the launch of Vivo Rewards at the start of December, all praise is recorded on the Vivo site. Each student page shows which skills, academic or personal, have been rewarded. These are often supported by a personal description.  Students are able to login and follow their rewards: parents can do likewise. 
     
    Login details have been posted home but please contact the Academy if you have any difficulty logging on. ​
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     Traffic

    ​TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

    Changes to the traffic system from Thursday 20th November:

     
    Cars are to keep to the RIGHT and only stop and disembark passengers on the stop lines that are clearly marked.

     
    Coaches are to keep to the LEFT and again only stop and disembark passengers on the stop lines that are ​clearly marked.

     
    Students should only cross the driveway at the designated crossing points and then use the newly marked footpath, next to the old quad block. They must then leave the driveway and there must be no congregating on the drive.​

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