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  • Uniform Guide and Behaviour Policy

    15th July 2016

    Please see below the uniform guidance and revised Behaviour Policy for September 2016.


  • Final Letter to Parents

    8th July 2016

    Please see below the final letter to parents this academic year with some key information and dates.


    8th July 2016

    Wednesday, 6th July saw the third annual ROSCARs Ceremony held at Rossington All Saints. As always, the audience were treated to an evening of spectacular entries across all key stages at Rossington schools: ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ won the Foundation Stage award with the Tornedale Infant Academy’s Neptune Class taking home story book resource packs to use in their next adventures; Key Stage 1 winners included entries about Andy Goldsworthy and ‘The Queen’s Knickers’; a professional film trailer too

  • Accelerated Reader

    8th July 2016

    Readers in Year 7-9 have been devouring books since September,  They have managed to read 23 million words so far this year surpassing their target of 20 million words!

    Special congratulations go to Ella Hughes and Matthew Hall who were the star readers for their own particular years.

    Each time students pass a quiz they are entered into a raffle and this terms winners were Mia Hornsby and Molly Wilson.

  • NUT Strike Action- 5th July 2016

    1st July 2016

    Dear Parent/Carer

    INDUSTRIAL ACTION – Tuesday 5th July 2016

    The National Union of Teachers (NUT) representing some teachers in schools have voted to take industrial action in the form of a one-day strike on Tuesday 5th July 2016.

    We respect the teachers’ right to take this action in the dispute they have with the Department of Education.  However, we recognise that this will be disruptive to students’ education and can create problems for parents and carers.  We will therefore try our best to minimise any di

  • Help for Heroes

    28th June 2016

    Congratulations to our Commando Joe's walking team who successfully scaled one of the Three Peak mountains yesterday to complete the challenge set by Commando Joe mentor Scott Palmer and raise funds for Help the Heroes.  They completed hours of training with Scott, secured sponsorship from friends and family, and even washed staff cars to raise money for this cause! 

    Congratulations to everyone who took part!


  • Education and Skills Commission

    13th June 2016

    As a young person, we want to hear from you about your hopes, fears, difficulties – and any ideas you might have for the future of Doncaster.

    Education and Skills experts are looking at how to ensure Doncaster’s young people have the qualifications and skills needed to land future jobs being created across the borough – and they need your help.

    The independent Education and Skills Commission led by a top team of national education and skills experts has started work in the borough. It aims to help raise atta

  • World Record Attempt

    12th May 2016

    Lindsy James, Active Fusion Director, will attempt to set the world record for the fastest female to complete a half marathon whilst pushing a baby in a pram at the Derby Half Marathon on Sunday 5th June.

    Lindsy will be aiming to beat the existing world record of 1 hour 30 minutes and 51 seconds set in 2001 by the USA’s Nancy Schubring.

    Having lost her mother, Lynne, to cancer in March last year, Lindsy felt inspired to take on this bold challenge and raise money for both Macmillan Cancer Support, Ramathon’

  • Consultation-Proposed Change to School Day

    9th May 2016

    Please see below the most recent letter to parents regarding a proposed change to the timings of the school day. Please email any comments to

    The consultation period will run from 6th May to 9am on 6th June.  

  • Auschwitz Visit

    5th May 2016

    Two sixth form students have just returned from a day trip to Auschwitz as part of the Lessons from Auschwitz Project run by the Holocaust Educational Trust. 


    The students took part in an orientation seminar last week before their early morning take off from Leeds Bradford airport to Krakow.  There they toured Auschwitz 1 and Auschwitz-Birkenau with a guide.  They felt that it was all very surreal, very quiet except for the occasional birdsong and they felt that at any time an SS guard could come round the

  • Doncaster Book Awards

    22nd April 2016

    All year our students have been taking part in the annual Doncaster Book Award, and have been busy reading books from a long list.  Students voted for their favorite and on 15th April we attended the finale at Doncaster Dome, where the winning book was announced.  The event gives students the opportunity to meet up with other schools from Doncaster and meet famous authors involved in the book award. 

    This year the guest authors were:  Liz Pichon- Tom Gates: A Tiny Bit Lucky, (The Winner) Pamela Butchart- The

  • Move on Move Up Project

    15th April 2016

    As your son/ daughter is currently in Year 11 and preparing to take their GCSE examinations, we would like to make you aware of a series of free rewards based study sessions being held at leisure centres across Doncaster throughout April and May.

    The sessions are part of an exciting and brand new initiative aimed at the young people of Doncaster and is supported by the Mayor Ros Jones. The ‘Mayor’s Move On Up Project’ is designed to support all secondary schools in helping young people raise their attainmen

  • Accelerated Reader Update

    12th April 2016

    Congratulations to students in Y7,8 and 9!

    Readers in Y7-9 have been devouring books since September.  They have managed to read 24 million words so far this year surpassing their target of 20 million words already!

    Special congratulations go to Gio Filippio and Jasmine Hancock who were the star readers for their own particular years.  Every time students pass a quiz they are entered into a raffle and last terms winners were Joshua Best and Liam Thompson.

    Congratulations to our super readers.  Let's hope we m

  • Easter Revision Sessions

    18th March 2016

    Please see below the revision sessions that will be running during the Easter holidays.



    Mon 21st March

    GCSE Catering



    Mon 21st March

    BTEC Engineering

    8.30am-10.30am & 10.45am - 12.45pm


    Mon 21st March

    A/AS Psychology



    Tues 22nd March

    Y10 Sport



    Tues 22nd March

    CiE English



    Tues 22nd March




    Tues 22nd March




    Wed 23rd March




    Thurs 24th March




    Thurs 24th March




    Tues 29th March

    Y11 History

    10am - 1

  • Happy Easter

    18th March 2016

    Best wishes for Easter from the students, staff and governors at the Academy.

  • Easter Letter to Parents

    18th March 2016

    Please see below the most recent letter from the academy.

  • Business & Employability Day

    16th March 2016

    The academy recently ran the second annual Business & Emplyability Day with the whole school being off timetable for the day with a range of activities planned for pupils to interact with local businesses to find out mor about the local labour market and to develop employability skills.  Students took part in a careers fair, question carousel, workshops and mock interviews.  All Y11 students had the opportunity to have a 1:1 mock interview with a business volunteer.

    Huge thanks to the following business volu

  • Autism Awareness Week

    13th March 2016

    Students have been taking part in activties during form time this week as part of Autism Awareness Week.

  • Train to Teach Event

    18th February 2016

    Want an exciting and challenging career in teaching? 

    This will be an opportunity to meet organisations that deliver teacher training in the Yorkshire and Humber area.

    A wide range of teacher training providers including School Direct Schools, Teaching School Alliances, SCITTs and HEIs will be at the event to advise those who are considering a career in teaching at Early Years, Primary and Secondary level.

    The day will include briefings from NCTL Teaching and Leadership Advisors as well as an Advice Zone offer

  • World Record Attempt

    18th February 2016

    RASA students are taking part in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for 'the most people participating in simultaneous book quizzes' as part of world book day.

    The attempt will be taking place on Monday 22nd February between 2-3pm.

    For further information please click on the link below.