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  • Non Uniform Day: Friday, 16th December 2016

    15th December 2016

    To celebrate the start of the festive season, the last day of term will be a non uniform day for staff and students. This will be free of charge.

    May we take the opportunity to wish you a happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year.

  • Year 11 'Preparation for Exams' Evening

    29th November 2016

    We will be holding a 'Preparation for Exams' evening for our Year 11 students and their parents on Thursday, 8th December 2016 between 6pm and 8pm. The evening is aimed at supporting our students and their parents as they work towards their GCSE examinations.

    The event is sponsored by Vision for Education and pie and peas will be provided for those parents and students attending. Please see the letter below for further information or contact the academy.

  • GCSE Certificate Presentation

    15th November 2016

    GCSE certificates will be presented to our outgoing Year 11 cohort early in the new year. Further details will be sent nearer the time.

  • Remembrance Day - 11th November 2016

    8th November 2016

    To mark Rememberance Day, any students who wish to attend school in their cadet uniform on Friday, 11th November are welcome to do so. The academy will hold a 2 minutes silence at 11.11AM on this day to remember the members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty.

  • Non Uniform Day: Friday, 18th November 2016

    8th November 2016

    To support this year's Children In Need, the Academy will be holding a non uniform day on Friday, 18th November 2016. There will be a voluntary contribution of £1 which will be donated to the charity.

  • New Careers Portal

    31st October 2016

    We are excited to announce the launch of our new careers portal. Please click on the link below to find out more:

     

    http://www.careersincportal.co.uk/meliorcommunityacademy/

  • Sky Sports Living Visit: 4th November 2016

    24th October 2016

    Melior Community Academy has been lucky enough to secure a visit on 4th November from Rob Vickerman, a Sky Sports Living Ambassador. Rob will be working with various groups of students during his visit. A full report will be available following his visit.

  • Jodrell Bank Visit

    24th October 2016

    The GCSE astronomy group recently visited Jodrell Bank which is the home of the famous Lovell telescope. They explored the various interactive displays which were fantastic and very educational. They were also able to explore the beautiful gardens due to the weather being a lovely sunny day.

    They attended 2 workshops; the first was about spectroscopy and how astronomers use it. This workshop was extremely helpful for the students and will provide additional insight for their exams this Summer. The second wo

  • Battlefields History Trip

    24th October 2016

    Miss Higgins selected Charlie Broadbent and Kieran Goulding from Year 11 to take part in a First World War battlefields tour, as a reward for their enthusiasm in history lessons. The tour was fully funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and provided a variety of perspectives and insights into the history of the Western Front. They were led by an expert from the Guild of Battlefield Guides, also a serving solider accompanied the trip to provide a contrast to serving as a solider 100 years ago. 

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  • Student Presidents 2016/2017

    11th October 2016

    It gives us great pleasure to introduce you to our new student presidents, Brandon and Kelly Dodds.

    Brandon and Kelly both impressed the interview panel consisting of Miss Bidmead and Mr Rae and gave some great thoughts into why they are passionate about being student leaders.


  • Notification from Humberside Police

    27th September 2016

    Please see attached an alert from Humberside police that has been emailed to all parents today.

    The alert gives details of a serious incident in the Ashby area today and police are asking all parents and children to be vigilant together with reminding themselves of stranger danger and what to do if they are approached.

    Should you have any further concerns or questions, these should be directed to Humberside Police.

  • Enrichment

    9th September 2016

    The Autumn 1 Academy enrichment programme begins on Monday the 12th of September from 2.30PM. Further details are availble on the academy website.

     

  • Monday,5th September 2016

    31st August 2016

    Notice to Parents:

    The Academy will re-open on Monday, 5th September at our new start time of 8.20am. This will apply to all year groups. Students will spend the first hour with their form tutors, who will distribute their new timetables. If we hold an up-to-date email address for you, your child's timetable will have already been sent to this email address.

    Also, please note that our winter blazer rules now apply and students should wear their blazers around the academy at all times.

  • Non-Uniform Day

    19th July 2016

    As a result of the students ongoing ‘ relentless hard work and positive attitude to learning’ there will be a free (no charge) non-uniform day on Thursday.

    The academy will close on Thursday 21st July at 3PM for the summer break.

    There will be skeleton staff in the academy over the summer break to answer any urgent queries, any more formal queries will be responded to in September.

    Students will return to the academy at 8.20AM on Monday 5th September

    May we take this opportunity to wish you a restful summer br

  • Summer Blazer rules

    18th July 2016

    Due to the warm temperatures forecast this week, we will be operating under summer blazer rules until the end of term. Details will be provided to students via the student bulletin

  • Option Choices

    13th July 2016

    Current Year 8 and Year 9 students have recently completed the Options process.  Due to the recent changes in Curriculum this process has been slightly delayed. Parents will receive confirmation letters of their child’s allocated options early next week. We would like to apologise for the delay and any inconvenience caused. If you have any queries please contact Mrs Nixon at the Academy.

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    Diana Award Roll of Honour

    12th July 2016

    We are delighted to announce that Melior Community Academy has been added to Lady Diana Roll of honour for our sustained work around anti-bullying.

    These students all come from different backgrounds in life, but they all work together as a group and on their own to make the school a safe and happy environment for others. They always put others first before themselves. Students have attended drop in at break and lunch, given up time in summer holidays to help out at summer school and attended year 7 camp help

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    Parental Forum

    12th July 2016

    Some parents have raised an interest in establishing a parental support forum at the academy.

    This will be made up of a group of interested parents of students from across the Year Groups at Melior Community Academy, together with teachers and parent governors, who meet on a regular basis to discuss issues relating to your child's time at the school.

    WHAT IS OUR AIM?

    • To develop and improve dialogue between parents and the school.
    • To continue to make whole-school improvements which benefit the academic, social a
  • Parental Meeting

    12th July 2016

    The parental meeting scheduled for a small number of specific parents on Wednesday 13th of July at 4PM has been postponed.

    We do appreciate that this will be frustrating for you, and that good communication between the Academy and the home is essential in ensuring that students achieve more. 

    In the meantime if you wish to make an individual appointment to see the academy to discuss your queries, please contact the academy directly

  • Industrial Action: Tuesday 5th July 2016

    4th July 2016

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

    The disruption created by this strike day, and the need to have regard to the health and safety of pupils, has been assessed and as a result the decision has been made to REMAIN OPEN and we are satisfied there is no risk to pupils' welfare