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​​At CYA our vision and values are clear to everyone in our community


​​We begin by valuing our learning, our experiences and all of the opportunities available to us.

As part of this we respect each other, our learning journeys and environment.

Above all, the whole community is committed to making sure that everyone achieves their best.​

Mr Mark Midgley - Principal                       ​Mrs Jenny Rogers - Acting Headteacher

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24 February
Internet Safety Parent Support Workshop

At CYA this afternoon 4-5pm. It will cover: Social Media, Parental Controls, and Sexting. We hope that you can join us.

22 February
Medical Appointments

The Academy always asks, where possible, that medical evidence is provided when a student attends a medical appointment. We realise that this is sometimes not possible, in particular appointments booked on the day or last minute. We have provided all parents/carers with 3 copies of a 'Medical and Attendance Card' with the newsletter which has been issued this week. We would ask that if you do not have alternative evidence of the medical appointment, that you take a medical slip with you and ask the Doctors Surgery/Dentist/Hospital etc. to complete and stamp the slip. The completed slip should then be returned to the Academy Reception on your child's return to school. Additional copies of the 'Medical and Attendance Card' can be downloaded from the forms section of the Academy website or they can be obtained from the Academy Reception.


14 February
Newsletter inbound!!

Our newsletter is almost due to be released.

Be sure to read your copy where you will find all the latest news, events and upcoming activities!

Release date: 20/02/2017

13 February
We made the news



Our Academy is on a journey. Market Rasen Mail documents the amazing strides our Academy is taking to a positive future. ​

Market Rasen Mail  - Caistor Yarborough Academy on great journey​


Market Rasen Mail - PTFA raises £5000 for Caistor Yarborough Academy​

11 November
Anti-Bullying Week – 14th – 18th November 2016

Anti-bullying week takes place next week, however at CYA it starts TODAY!

We are having a 'Bake Off' style competition between Houses. Each tutor group has put forward their design to make 36 identical biscuits or 3 lots of 12. The biscuits must have an Anti-Bullying theme!

Today the LEAD of each house will choose which tutor group will make it through to represent their House in the 'Bake Off' challenge which will take place next week.

On Friday 18th November – Wear it Blue campaign - £1 per student and they can wear ONE item that is blue. There is a prize for the most original item.

Anti-Bullying wrist bands will be on sale next week too.

11 November
Remembrance Day

Students and staff fell silent at 11am today to remember servicemen and women killed in battle. Head Girl, Katie Leeman played the 'Last Post' in school, followed by a two minute silence which was observed by all students.

Representatives from the Academy also attended a service at the Cenotaph in Caistor. Head Boy, Jack Wilson and Deputy Head Girl, Shannon Jones laid a wreath as a mark of respect. Deputy Head Boy Samuel Ehret-Pickett played the 'Last Post' on the trumpet. The service was attended by staff and students from Caistor Primary School who sang and read poems. Representatives from Caistor Grammar School read out the prayers.

08 November
The PTFA need new members!

The PTFA are holding their next meeting on Thursday 10th November at 7pm in the Academy Library. Everyone is welcome to come along and they are actively encouraging new members.

A couple of our long standing members have children in Year 11 so will no longer be a part of the PTFA after this academic year. They are therefore looking for new parents/carers to take on some of the rolls that they currently do.

If you have ideas on fundraising activities or events that would benefit the academy then please attend the meeting. Even if you feel you can only commit in a small way we would still love you to be a part of the PTFA.

08 November
Six lucky students met Tim Peake!

Six students from Caistor Yarborough Academy were selected to attend a prestigious UK Space Agency Conference in York which took place on Saturday 5th November. They had the opportunity to present their work to British ESA astronaut Tim Peake and other leading experts from the space industry.

The conference, which was one of just two that have been organised nationally, celebrated the work done by over a million school students throughout the UK, inspired by Tim's Principia mission. It included keynote talks from leading figures, presentations from students, and an exhibition of student's work.


Tim Peake said, "Encouraging students to engage with my Principia mission was always something that I had hoped to do and I am thrilled at the range of different things young people have done to follow my mission. I'm really looking forward to hearing about all these tremendous projects direct from the students themselves".

The students from Caistor Yarborough Academy, who won first prize with their 'Rocket Science' display and presentation at this year's Lincolnshire Show 'Schools Challenge', were delighted that they were successful in their bid to attend the conference which they attended with Mrs Biglands and Mrs Colley. They were even given the opportunity to talk to Tim afterwards. Using rocket seeds that had spent six months aboard the International Space Station, they carried out an experiment earlier this year to see whether space travel had any effect on germination and growth.

08 November
House Celebration Assemblies

The House Celebration Assemblies will be held week commencing 21st November 2016. We encourage parents/carers to come along to the assemblies which are detailed below for each House. If your child is receiving an award you will already have been notified by letter. We look forward to welcoming you to join in the celebrations.






Tuesday 22nd November 2016





Mr Stevenson

Wednesday 23rd November 2016





Mr Taylor

Thursday 24th November 2016





Mrs Graham

Friday 25th November 2016





Mrs Keen

06 October
Seacadet Success for Megan

Year 10 student Megan Audiss has recently gained an array of medals with the Sea Cadets. Megan is part of the Immingham Sea Cadets which she attends every Tuesday and Thursday. Megan is the only girl in her group and she is pictured here with medals which she has won for Kayaking, Sailing and Rowing.

She also took part in the Trafalgar Day Parade in London and last year she even met the Queen! Her most prestigious medal is the National Level Bronze Sea Cadet Award.

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