WELL done Carlton le Willows Year 11 who bucked the national trend – with 81% receiving an A*-C grade in GCSE English. Nationally, figures showed a fall in GCSE English grades with only 62% of students getting A*-C. The same is true in maths, with 89% of Academy Year 11 students securing an A* -C grade, while nationally the figure is just 62%. Head teacher Mr Weaver said: “As always I am really proud of all our students and staff for putting in such hard work and sustained effort to achieve their own personal goals."


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  • NASUWT and NUT Industrial Action - Tuesday 1st October

    date posted: Monday 30 Sep 2013

    The industrial action will be for one day and will take place on Tuesday 1 October 2013. The dispute is a national one and therefore there is nothing that the Academy Trust or Governing Body can do to resolve the situation.

    As the majority of teaching staff at the school are members of these unions it will not be possible to open the academy for all pupils on this day. Therefore I must ask that you do not send your son/daughter to school unless otherwise notified.

    We will be able to run some sixth form lessons as timetabled. Sixth form students are advised to check their timetables with Mrs Berry (Sixth Form Secretary) prior to the day of action.