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  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    1st February 2017

    Congratulations to Laaibah 4JS, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.

    Well done Laaibah!

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    30th January 2017

    We are delighted to celebrate the success of Holly  and Caitlin who have both completed the Serlby Park Academy Reading Challenge.

    These two young ladies hav

    Well done Holly and Caitlin!


  • Reading Challenge

    18th January 2017

    Congratulations to Eve 2NJ, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.

     Well done.

     


  • Reading Challenge

    18th January 2017

    Congratulations to Jessica 4JS, who has completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.

  • Scrabble Club

    10th January 2017

    The brand new Scrabble Club for Year 6 pupils  will be held in the library every

    Wednesday lunchtime with Miss Brown and Mrs Peel.

    New members are welcome!

  • Book Review Competition

    6th January 2017

    Congratulations to all students who participated in our library Book Review Competition; the standard of the reviews this year was amazing!

    The sixteen winning year 7 students were able to select one of the exciting new books from the 2016 Bookbuzz range and were delighted with their prizes!

  • Young Writers Poetry Competition

    3rd January 2017

    Congratulations

    Pupils from KS1 have recently taken part in a fantastic poetry writing competition entitled 'Poetry Safari'.

    Well done to everyone who took part.Many pupils took part and several of the poems have now been selected for publication and will appear in a  brand new book called 'Poetry Safari - Yorkshire Poets' which is due to be published in April 2017. Copies of the book will be available to purchase at a cost of £15.99 during the summer term from www.youngwriters.co.uk

  • Mission Christmas Cash for Kids

    16th December 2016

     

    Thank you to all for your support in donating gifts for the charity Cash for Kids.  Gifts will be wrapped up and donated to local disadvanted children.

  • Kier Development

    16th December 2016

    Please click on the PDF to view a map of the proposed work at the top of Whitehouse Road.

  • Library News

    16th December 2016

  • BookBuzz

    16th December 2016

    Congratulations to all students who participated in our Library BOOKBUZZ Review Competition; the standard of the reviews this year was amazing!

    The 3 winning year 8 students were able to select one of the exciting new books from the 2016 Bookbuzz range and were delighted with their prizes!

    Thank you of course to our wonderful librarian who continues to organise exciting and engaging events for our students!

     

  • Serlby Park Reading Challenge 2016/2017

    16th December 2016

    Congratulations to primary pupils who have completed Bronze and Silver level this week on the

    Serlby Park Reading Challenge.

    Well done everyone!

  • Design a Christmas Jumper Competition

    13th December 2016

    Congratulations to the primary winners of this year's Christmas competition.

    Over 150 pupils took part and produced some amazing festive jumpers.

    The prizes for secondary pupils will be awarded during our celebration assembly on Friday.

    Thank you to Miss Seagrave and Miss Broughton who acted as the judges.

    Well done everyone who took part.

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award Winner

    9th December 2016

    Congratulations to Thomas 4JS, who is the first pupil this year to have completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all 18 books.

    Well done Thomas!

  • Congratulations

    28th November 2016

    Young Writers Poetry Competition

    Pupils from Serlby Park Academy Primary have recently taken part in a fantastic poetry writing competition entitled "Once Upon a Dream"

    Many pupils took part and several of the poems have now been selected for publication and will appear in a  brand new book called 'Once Upon a Dream - South Yorkshire' which is due to be published early next year. Copies of the book will be available to purchase at a cost of £15.99 during the spring term from www.youngwriters.co.uk

    Well done to

  • Christmas Light Switch on

    28th November 2016

    The carol service for the tree lighting ceremony at the Town Hall was a great success. All three schools (Serlby Park, All Saints and St Patrick’s) sang beautifully and the event was attended by many parents and well-wishers.

  • Children in Need

    18th November 2016

    A lovely fun day was enjoyed by all, pupils and staff, in raising money for the worthy charity Children in Need.

    The total amount raised by the Academy was £568.85.

    A big thank you for all your support.

  • Bookbuzz comes to Serlby Park!

    16th November 2016

    There was a buzz of excitement around our academy this week as pupils in Years 7 and 8 collected their brand new FREE Bookbuzz books. Students spent time picking books from the exciting titles that were on offer. The books were supplied by The Booktrust, an independent reading and writing charity.

    This year there were 12 specially selected titles to choose from including: Eagle in the Snow by Michael Morpurgo, I am Malala and Gorilla Dawn by Gill Lewis.

    The aim of Bookbuzz is to inspire excitement about readi

  • Anti-bullying Week

    14th November 2016

    Anti-bullying week 2016 was held between 14th and 18th November with the theme ‘Power for Good’.  It was a great way to take a stand against bullying and raise awareness in our Academy. Bullying doesn’t just affect children but adults too.

    If you have any concerns about your child being bullied please contact your childs Head of Year for support.

    We have purchased a supply of useful booklets which provide tips for parents in preventing and dealing with bullying. These are available for you to collect free of

  • Trip to Remembrance Service

    11th November 2016

    Students, including myself, represented the Academy at the Remembrance Day memorial.  All of us benefited from the experience because we observed the official service and felt involved whilst laying the wreath and singing hymns in unison.

    Leanne Wright, Year 11

    As well, we were able to visit the Church Hall after the service amongst other schools and other members of the public for tea and biscuits.  It was moving to see veterans at the memorial in tribute to their old friends and it was wonderful to see the