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  • Join STA - Open Evening

    Published 20/09/21

    Thursday 7 October 2021, 5:00pm to 7:00pm

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  • GCSE/A Level Exam Resits November 2021

    Published 07/09/21

    GCSE/A Level Exam Resits November 2021

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  • COVID-19 updates

    Published 08/01/21

    Start Dates and Times – September 2021

    Updated government guidelines require all schools to offer lateral flow tests when they return to the Academy in September to prevent the risk of infection. In order to ensure students are as safe as possible in the Academy we are going to use the first few days to test as many students as possible before we return full time. If you do need to escort your child to the Academy, we would ask that you leave your child at or near the gate, to socially distance and not congregate as a group.

    Year 7 Friday 3 September – Sports Centre entrance

    Surnames starting with the letters A - D 9:00 am – 11.00am

    Surnames starting with the letters E - J 10:00am – 12.00pm

    Surnames starting with the letters K - N 11:00am – 13.00pm

    Surnames starting with the letters O - S 12:00pm – 14.00pm

    Surnames starting with the letters T - Z 13:00pm – 15.00pm

    We look forward to welcoming our new year 7 students who will be greeted at the gate by Stanground staff to take a lateral flow test in the Sports Hall. Students will then be directed to a classroom to complete the NGRT baseline reading test and have their school photo. Please ensure students are in full school uniform. We believe the overall process will take approximately two hours If you do not consent to your child completing a lateral flow test, please still ensure they come to the Academy for their allocated appointment time to complete the baseline reading test and photograph. We will only inform parents if the test is positive or if it needs to be retaken. Lateral flow test form can be found here, or please scan the QR code. From Monday 6 September onwards, Year 7 students will return to the Academy at 8:30am to begin a full timetable. The school day will finish at 3:00pm.


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  • Parent Bulletin

    Published 08/01/21

    Parent communication is important to us. Important updates will be added and the share link will be sent to you every Friday. Please click here to view this week's Parent Bulletin.

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  • Year 10 PPE

    Published 04/05/21

    Year 10 PPE Timetable, Monday 17 May – Friday 28 May.

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  • Careers Event

    Published 08/03/21

    Dial in to hear from a number of experts about the changes and developments in the local job market and the many exciting options available for your child when they move on to the next stage of their education, employment or training.

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  • Uniform Enquiries

    Published 25/02/21

    Information from ChromaSport:

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  • National Apprenticeship Week

    Published 08/02/21

    National Apprenticeship Week 2021

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  • Covid-19 Information Hub

    Published 13/01/21


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  • Food Bank

    Published 11/12/20

    Fantastic achievement for the food bank! Thanks to Mr Schofield for organising with the help from Academy staff and @Tesco #FoodBank #ChristmasJumperDay

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  • Sixth Form Open Evening/ Prospectus

    Published 20/11/20

    Please click here.

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  • End of Half Term Information

    Published 22/10/20

    “The health, safety and wellbeing of our pupils and staff is our absolute priority. As an Academy, we take our duty of care extremely seriously and every decision is made with the best interests of our entire school community in mind.

    “After being informed by Public Health England of confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Academy, some pupils and staff are currently self-isolating as a precautionary measure, in line with the latest government advice. Throughout this period, we have been staying in regular contact with parents and carers and have been supporting our pupils through remote learning to ensure they continue to receive the best possible education during this unprecedented time.

    “Following the half term break we will continue to follow the latest government guidelines and work closely with the local public health authority, ensuring our robust health and safety measures support the wellbeing of our pupils, staff and the wider school community. These measures include, but are not limited to, the year group bubbles we have had in place since the start of the academic year in line with government guidance, staggered start and finish times and the introduction of face masks in communal areas where social distancing cannot be easily maintained, such as during class transition periods.

    “We appreciate this may be a challenging time for our school community and will continue to be in regular contact with our pupils, parents and staff to provide reassurance and up-to-date information. We also encourage anyone with concerns to contact the Academy directly so that we can provide the necessary support.”

    Gary Carlile

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