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5 days ago

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Excellent photos Mr Franklin

Well done everyone!!!

Hanna Betts xx

Wayne Brett

YEAR 11 LEAVING ARRANGEMENTS

Year 11 students will be issued with this letter today explaining the end of Year 11 arrangements.
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YEAR 11 LEAVING ARRANGEMENTS

Year 11 students will be issued with this letter today explaining the end of Year 11 arrangements.

 

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Thats my last one to leave sutton centre and I must say all four of my childten have loved going to this school. So thanks for help over the last 15 years with all of them xx

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2 weeks ago

Sutton Community Academy

Another Great Community Evening!

Last night President Liz Barrett welcomed over 60 guests to The Princess Suite in Sutton Academy for a buffet meal and presentation to this year's winners in the Community Action Fund Applications. Liz said,

“Tonight, we are saying thank you to volunteers from successful groups, on behalf of the Sutton Community. So, if you donated to Santa’s Sleigh, or at our Prize Draw, or at any other event, your money is being passed on to one of these good causes.”.

Hosted by Community Coordinators John Pearce and Sarah Baraclough, cheques and medals were presented to successful applicants (see the slideshow)

1. Students and teachers in Sutton Academy who were funded to take part in the National Magistrate Mock Trials. Winning the local heat, they went to the Regional Finals coming second to the World Champions!
2. Carousels under 5’s – to purchase natural materials for children to explore including a mud kitchen, a construction site and sensory flowers beds.
3. Ashfield Activities Association – for an interactive Dinosaur Experience! Adult size dinosaurs will walk amongst people at local events providing facts and excitement as they go.
4. Ashfield Play Forum - for a Giant Target Game and crazy golf clubs to be used on Holiday Play Days, when a minimum of 600 children, per event, attend in local parks.
5. Community of Christ – to fund another Big Lunch and family get together on the Carsic Estate.
6. Forget me Not Dementia – for an advertising display and garden bench, a lifeline for people with dementia and their carers.
7. Huthwaite Involving Patients – for Portable Public Address system for information events such as Prostate Cancer Awareness.
8. Hope Springs Horticultural – to provide Gardening Therapy Sessions for people who are enduring Mental Illnesses.
9. John Eastwood Hospice – to refurbish The Viewing Room, where families say final goodbyes to their loved ones.
10. Link 2000 - for members to spend a day on a Countryside Exploration, enjoying a day out with friends in a supported, safe environment and with increased friendly interaction with the public.
11. New Cross Community Church, Children’s Referral Centre – to provide storage for quality clothing helping children feel more included, alleviating financial pressure on families who struggle and hopefully to relieve stress and anxiety for parents.
12. 1300 Squadron Air Training Corps – to fund Duke of Edinburgh Award activities where cadets develop skills for work and life. This will include camping, walking, cooking, outdoor activities, learning an instrument and volunteering in the community.
13. Sutton Senior Forum - Outing to Springfields for senior, often lonely and isolated members, helping to increase and spread friendship, fellowship and fun.
14. Trevor Middleton Town Centre Manager for Ashfield District Council was also given a Community Medal for his determined work in helping Rotary site a Defibrillator in Portland Square.

A pleasant surprise, during the evening, was when Kingfisher Care Homes said they had run a fund raising Cake Making Event for Rotary. They presented Rotarian John Bates with a cheque, for Rotary Charities.

John Pearce Community Service and Membership Coordinator ended the evening by saying,

“We have thanked you all for your work, commitment and care in our Community. These are the values Rotary stands for. So, now, please, help your local Rotary Club by volunteering for us - even better - becoming a member. Maybe you know someone in the community who would make a great Rotarian? If so please let thm know about what we do – we need your support to keep Rotary alive and well in Sutton – then we can help even more.”

If you want to find out about Rotary email John on john@johnpearce.org.uk
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SNOWBOARDING/SKIING TRIP, AOSTA ITALY
15th-22nd DECEMBER 2018

Places have become available on our snowboarding/skiing trip for December 2018.

The trip is open to all students including our new Year 7's joining us in September.

Current students can collect letters from the school office. Letters for new students will be given out at Meet Your Tutor Evening next week.
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SNOWBOARDING/SKIING TRIP, AOSTA ITALY
15th-22nd DECEMBER 2018

Places have become available on our snowboarding/skiing trip for December 2018.

The trip is open to all students including our new Year 7s joining us in September.

Current students can collect letters from the school office.  Letters for new students will be given out at Meet Your Tutor Evening next week.

 

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What is the cost please?

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Keren Joy?

Charlie Hudson?

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Laura Watson are we taking them ???

Nicola Hollis should come centre!!!!

Lucy Wainwright

Danielle Jarvis Adrian Hunt

Anna Boniecka this is it xxx

Hayley Bird x

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1 month ago

Sutton Community Academy

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All parents should have received a copy of the letter in the post.Image attachment

 

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How does the new uniform have a positive aspect ?? Feel free to explain Maybe the school should put it out to parents ( who actually pay for it ) before dictating to us what’s happening.

They’ll be making a new isolation block for all students that refuse to change there uniform before you no it😂 got one year left at school and I’d rather be prioritising my GCSE’S whether I look silly or not, got bigger priorities Thankyou very muchhh!!!!

At a time when most of us are already having to tighten our belts just in order to feed our kids and keep paying our bills, paying £15 for one pair of trousers isn’t appreciated.

Like we've all got money to go n buy our kids new trousers when they've got trousers that are perfectly fine... its a stupid idea 😕

Well i cant afford it! So I'll not be buying any 😠 am sure a lot parents feel same.. what they going to do.. put whole school in isolation!!

Thanks for Trebling the cost of trousers and skirts for me I will have two children to provide for and because I work full time no help it’s a disgrace and shouldn’t be allowed absolutely disgusted

Absolutely ridiculous this was my school of choice for my 2 boys 😂😂 can think again if you think my children are coming to this school now, nothing about wanting to look presentable ! It's all about the money! Get you're staff in uniform aswell, school should be about education not about uniform. Parents/carers are now going to struggle to buy the new uniform! We need to get a petition up for this as I have seen already no meeting no enquires have been made to parents/carers. Schools a bag of crap 😂😂.

I protest against this uniform it’s not the things we are wearing that effects our learning it’s the school putting us in ISO so that we miss our learning pathetic if I’m honest🤨

Absolutely ridiculous! This is going to cost me a fortune on top of what I'm already paying, i can't see a problem with black trousers 😡

So these are the trousers in question? I was assured you could see the logo when wearing the blazer? Clearly you can not so my son will be attending in September in normal black trousers

Yes recieved the letter and its a Joke. Fair enough blazer and tie but now the school is starting to take the mick as if your gonna be able to see the logo on the trousers/skirts anyway unless your putting it half way down the childrens legs, and hows about we have all TEACHERS, T.A'S in a uniform and Logo everything to state where they work, wouldnt that look more presentable or is it different rules for Staff...

I would like a response to my message? I feel this is pointless having the logo on trousers that cost between £13-15 a pair Children grow all the time and I personally get through so many trousers with my son At supermarkets you can buy a pair for £4.50 but you are expecting us to pay 3 times that every time they need a new pair? Also where will the logo be because if the blazer hides it then it really is a waste of time? Think parents should have been included in this decision I understand with the blazer, jumper and tie but this is going too far

Is there going to be any subsidy to help out parents who have ALREADY brought school uniform for the upcoming term? I think they're quite 'overpriced' just to send our children to school. Instead of hitting on school uniform why don't they look into the 'reputation' of the school by not letting kids out at dinnertime and smoking/swearing around where the chimneys/steps are? I thought our kids are supposed to be there to learn - I think it's more of a case of 'building up for the next Oftsed report' and not thinking what the children need to succeed!

Great all that extra cost. My daughter has only got 8 months left at school before she leaves. Grrrr

What about family with more than one child there and them on low incomes that just car'nt afford them as for my son who will be staying in September with sensory issues were clothing is concerned it's going to be a big problem if he doesn't like the feeling of them he will not wear them

I think it’s ridiculous, all schools should concentrate on just being happy that the children turn up for school, not what they wear.

Will the academy be reimbursing me for the trousers I’ve just purchased for my son, which do adhere to the existing uniform policy? I’ve got 2 kids to fork out for which is why I’ve already purchased my sons who is in year 8 at mo. What will the repercussions be if I choose not to buy the Academy branded ones for my son this year? I will of course purchase the branded ones for my daughter who is due to start year 7 in September

It's nice to see that as an academy you are blatently ignoring the guidance from the CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) and government on single uniform suppliers and not giving parents a more affordable option. This is nothing but monopolisation.

I think we should boycott this it’s not right at all to demand this off parents it’s a huge struggle as it is to buy uniforms this is making it much harder!!

I've already brought both my girls trousers and won't be able to return them. Will Sutton academy be reimbursing me for the cost and also giving me money towards the 150.00 it's going to cost me for 10 pairs of trousers?

When your child has their trousers go missing at after school club quite often, it's not going to be as easy to replace as just picking a pair up from Asda etc!

Absolutely ridiculous just because of the few that send their kids to school in skinny trousers/leggings/jeans or skirts that are too short 😠

I think we should all refuse to buy them! Who are they going to teach when no kids turn up because nobody wants to pay for something so ridiculous? My son is 13 and already 5’7 and constantly growing. I’ll be buying a new uniform every other month at his rate of growth! Not to mention he plays football at lunch, or the art lessons, woodwork etc where his clothes quickly get knackered! I don’t think they’ve thought this through at all. We should all just say no

Yeah I can tell you know if you send the kids home then it’s you that are interrupting their education and tbh I ain’t paying for those! Your chad complaint says to make the kids look better well then in that case sort your staff out first as some of them look a mess and the price does not bother me too much but seeing as parents who don’t have that money to spend so you really think this will be fair! Good luck enforcing this as all the parents I know have said to take a long jump as they will not do this!!! I think think this school should have had a parent consultation but yeah that’s not happening is it any time soon. This is absolutely appalling the way it has been done.

I’d be fuming if Dylan’s school did the same thing Uniform is supposed to affordable for all Forcing you to buy what is now essentially ‘branded’ uniform trousers/skirts completely limits parents and forces you to buy perhaps above your budget at a time when children are constantly growing! Second hand versions don’t be available until someone hands down their first pair. The issues re the need for ‘smart and neat’ can be addressed by the school being firm about suitable items This to me (and I appreciate I’m not directly affected but felt aggrieved enough to comment!) is an extreme reaction that will cause financial stress to the majority of parents for very little gain with regards to actual work levels within school 😐

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ALDI 'DESIGN A BAG' COMPETITION

Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry for the design a healthy bag competition.

We received 56 valid entries.

Thank you to everyone who took part. The winning designs will be announced in late June.
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ALDI DESIGN A BAG COMPETITION

Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry for the design a healthy bag competition.

We received 56 valid entries.

Thank you to everyone who took part.  The winning designs will be announced in late June.

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Are you Britains Brightest Family?

 

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Sophie Severn u n hope get on u pair of brain boxes

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