Thought for the week:
Event: The Cold War ended as leaders of NATO and Warsaw Pact states signed the Charter of Paris.
Quote: ‘An eye for an eye only makes the whole world blind.’
Source: Mahatma Gandhi
 
Christmas Jumper Day - Friday 15th December 2017
For a £1 donation, students may wear a Christmas jumper to school on Friday 15th December. The rest of their uniform must be worn correctly. If they do not own a Christmas jumper they may wear a Christmas tie, Christmas socks or a small Christmas badge instead, again with the rest of their uniform being correctly worn. Money raised will be donated to charity.

Holgate Academy students celebrate A Level success

Students at Holgate Academy in Hucknall, part of the Diverse Academies Learning Partnership, were celebrating this morning as they received their A-Level grades. Students’ hard work really paid off, with 4% of students gaining A*- A grades, 32% gaining A*- B grades, and 95% receiving a pass grade. 65%  of students who took vocational qualifications also received a distinction* or distinction. The positive results showed an improvement in all areas from last year’s performance, highlighting the superb efforts of this year group. 
 
Since September 2016, students have been undertaking their studies at the Hucknall Sixth Form Centre, alongside peers from partner academies, National Church of England Academy and Queen Elizabeth’s Academy. Students were in great spirits as they opened their results, with great individual success meaning many individuals would be moving on to university, employment and apprenticeships. 
 
Sue Forsey, principal, joined students as they received their results and said; “We are really pleased with our key stage 5 results this year – these continue to improve year on year. Our pass rate has increased to 95% with 33% of our students achieving the higher grades. We would like to congratulate all of our year 13 students on their success and wish them good luck with the next phase of their studies or chosen career pathway. Particular mentions must go to Fynn Lithgow who achieved A*,A,B,B and Kira Spooner also did superbly well, achieving A,B,B,B - she will go on to university to study a degree in psychology.”

Year 6 Open Evening 2017

14th September 2017, The Holgate Academy, Hillcrest Drive, Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, NG15 6PX
 
To pre-register for the event, please click here and book your tickets. Pre-registration is not essential, but will enable you to enter the event faster than registering on the evening.
 
We are opening our doors to year 6 students and their families to join us between 5:00 – 6:45pm to find out more about the exceptional offer we have for students at The Holgate Academy.

Students from academies across the region raise funds for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance

Students from across an East Midlands-based multi-academy trust – the Diverse Academies Learning Partnership – came together at Kelham Hall on Friday 21 July to present Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance with a cheque for over £1,500.

Students from all nine academies within the trust took part in a range of fundraising activities throughout the academic year, following the students’ decision to support the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance service – which relies solely on public donations.