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  • GCSE Success 2021!

    Published 12/08/21

    GCSE Success!!

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  • Whole Academy End of Academic Year Letter

    Published 22/07/21
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  • Open Evening 2021

    Published 22/07/21

    SAVE THE DATE: Open Evening will take place on Wednesday 22nd September 2021: 6.30 pm 

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  • Whole Academy Update Letter

    Published 15/07/21

    Please see attached Academy update letter. 

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  • Student Freedom Day Raffle

    Published 06/07/21

    The students of The Axholme Academy have been given a fantastic opportunity to win a signed Doncaster Rovers football shirt and a signed Doncaster RLFC rugby ball. 

    All proceeds from the raffle will be split equally between Clic Sargent and PACT (children’s cancer charities.)

    Raffle tickets can be purchased via ParentPay: 'Student Freedom Day Raffle'

    The raffle will close on the 19th July and will be drawn on the 20th July.

    Please help us to support these 2 worthy charities.

    Thank you

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  • Science Revision Resources

    Published 01/07/21

    In order to support science education recovery the department would like students to use revision guides, knowledge retrievers and organisers regularly in science lessons, therefore please place orders via Parent Pay for these resources from Friday 2/7/21 up to Monday 12/7/21. These will be handed out to students in their first science lesson week commencing 1/9/21. All items are at cost, with no delivery charges or VAT and are massively reduced in comparison to any other retailer as they are purchased directly from the manufacturer.

    A flyer will also be given to Year 9, 10 and 11 students to support your selection of these revision guides.


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  • Amount raised: Freedom Day Charity Raffle

    Published 01/07/21

    The winners of the Freedom raffle are:
    1st prize - Izzy Chapman 
    2nd prize - Brett Pendrey
    3rd prize - Harry Garbutt
    4th prize - Lilly Wilkinson
    5th prize - Taylor-Jade Fitter
    The winner of the signed Doncaster Rovers shirt is George Elderkin.
    The winner of the  signed Doncaster Rugby League ball is Beatrice Rudd.

    We would like to thank the following establishments for their generosity in donating items for the Freedom Day Raffle.

    • Tesco Express, Crowle
    • Parkins Butchers, Crowle 
    • Scissor Sisters, Crowle
    • 7 Lakes, Ealand
    • Spoilt Rotten Beauty Salon, Goole.


    Raffle update
    Both raffles combined, raised a fabulous £817 - this means that both charities receive £408.50 each.
    Thank you so much to everyone who contributed.
    Mrs Parkinson 
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  • Update - School Reopening Wednesday 30th June following the emergency school closure

    Published 29/06/21
    UPDATE - 29/06/21 16:00 As you are aware, the academy was closed this afternoon due to a burst water main in the locality meaning that the academy lost its water supply. We have been notified that the water main has been repaired and the ac
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  • Student Leadership

    Published 25/06/21
    A central element of the Academy Pledge to our learners is the opportunity to take on positions of Leadership. We've been unable to enjoy our usual standard of outstanding student leadership across the course of this pandemic - as Summer beckons, it's very exciting to be able to announce that applications open this week for exciting ways for our young people to lead us in the Academy. 
    Mr Keogh has invited Year 10s to write to him if they would wish to be considered for Prefect. The responsibility and honour of representing the Academy in this way will give opportunity for your child to show early leadership and evidences their clear potential for college applications and the careers that lie beyond. History demonstrates that a great number of highly successful people took on similar roles in their education. Head Students will also be chosen from this cohort of applications.  Letters can arrive by post, sanitised hand or email no later than Monday 12th July. 
    In other years too... leadership opportunities are exploding this fortnight: Current Year 9s and 10s have the opportunity to become Sports Leaders, in September, modelling excellence and organising the competitive events which enrich our academy calendar; Current 9s also have the opportunity to apply to become Peer Mentors in their Year 10 - nurturing, empathetic leaders who can support our young Year 7s as they join us in September; and current Year 8 can take on their first whole school leadership roles as a Reading Mentors, next year, supporting with literacy across the Academy and the enrichment of younger, developing readers. Students need only to ask their Form Tutor to nominate them now in order to be considered by the PE, Pastoral and English Departments respectively - before Wednesday 7th July.
    In the first weeks of September, we will also elect Form Captains in all yeargroups to sit upon our Academy Council and have a meaningful hand in how we run our Academy. These will complete the suite of opportunities offered for our whole student body to make a difference and demonstrate the talent they have. Please encourage your children to put their name forward this week to lead our Academy through what we all hope will be the beginning of the end.
    “Leadership is a series of behaviours rather than a role for heroes.” - Margaret Wheatley
    Mr Bennett
    Assistant Principal 
    - Inclusion and Engagement
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  • Become A Governor .....

    Published 11/06/21

    2 Governor Vacancies:

    • One Parent Governor
    • One Community Governor

    Please visit the Governor Vacancy section of our website for more information.

    Governor Vacancies

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  • Evie has completed her Readathon challenge

    Published 11/06/21

    Evie (Year 9) set herself a challenge, to read 100 books in 100 days. Her aim was to raise as much money as she could for Clic Sargent, a charity that supports children with cancer.

    She started her sponsored Readathon on Tuesday 1st June 2021 and hoped to finish the challenge on the 8th September 2021.

    This is a message from Evie: 

    I would just like to let you know that I have finished my reading challenge today 10 days earlier than planned. I have read 100 books with a total of 31,038 pages on an average of 345 pages a day. Please can you thank the staff and those who have sponsored me. 

    Evie Mander-Casson

    Currently, Evie's has raised £447 on her Just Giving page, but she really would like to achieve a target of £500. It would be fabulous if we could help her to achieve her goal.  Everyone has until the 8th September to donate to Evie's Just Giving page (the 100 day challenge expires at midnight on the 8th September).

    Click on the link below if you would like to make a donation. 

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