Students at Vale of York Academy have enjoyed great success in their GCSEs this summer, with the academy witnessing significant improvements in their results over the last two years.
Vale of York Academy Principal, Toby Eastaugh said: “We are delighted that so many more students have achieved the grades they need to succeed in the next stage of their lives. I wish to congratulate each and every student and thank parents for the support they have given both to their child and the academy over recent years.
“Since opening in April 2017, Vale of York Academy has seen notable increases in each of the published attainment and progress measures. These are a testament to the effort of all the staff who work at Vale of York and I am very grateful for their continued hard work with our students. Vale of York is going from strength to strength; it is improving quickly and the academy has become the school of choice for many more families.”
Vale of York Academy belongs to the Hope Learning Trust, which was initially founded by York schools, Manor CE Academy and Poppleton Ouesbank Primary. It now also includes Barlby High School, Scarborough secondary schools George Pindar and Graham, Burton Green Primary, Forest of Galtres Anglican Methodist Primary, Baldersby St James Primary and Skelton Primary.
Following an increase in bike crime across the city @NYorksPolice will be in school next week to add students’ bikes to the National Police-approved database. They will also add a BikeRegister ID etch. Year 7 students can bring their bikes on 20 May and Years 8-11 on 21 May. pic.twitter.com/T7SS…
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