Tag: Cockburn John Charles Academy

Cockburn MAT schools seek new governors

Cockburn Multi-academy Trust (Cockburn MAT) are looking for committed people to join as Trustees and Governors. Cockburn Multi-academy Trust is made up of three secondary schools and one primary school in our community. At present they are Cockburn School, Cockburn John Charles Academy and Middleton Primary School. They are also

News roundup from Cockburn MAT 

The Cockburn Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) runs a group of schools in South Leeds including three secondary schools: Cockburn school, Cockburn John Charles Academy and the new Cockburn Laurence Calvert Academy. Transition to secondary school Parents and carers of Year 6 pupils have been confirming places at the soon to be

Major investments in the education of children in South Leeds

Cockburn Multi-Academy Trust, in partnership with Leeds City Council and the Department for Education has building work across three different sites in south Leeds. At Cockburn School, the new three-story classroom block is nearing completion and will be ready to invite students into some exciting Science and Humanities lessons during

Coping with Covid at Cockburn schools

Cockburn Multi-academy trust has been delighted to welcome back students to Cockburn School, Cockburn John Charles Academy, Middleton Primary and Cockburn Haigh Road Academy. All students have made an excellent start to the term following the period of lockdown and long summer break. Learning in classrooms has got off to

South Leeds schools step up to help NHS staff

Schools in South Leeds have been doing their bit to support the NHS during the current Coronavirus outbreak, making and donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Design & Technology staff at both Cockburn School in Beeston and Cockburn John Charles Academy in Belle Isle have made 110 face shields (see main

Cockburn John Charles and Elliott Hudson amongst engineering winners

Teams from Cockburn John Charles Academy and Elliott Hudson College were amongst the winners at a recent schools engineering competition organised by Rotary. This year’s event, held at the John Charles Centre For Sport in South Leeds hosted a record number of students from 20 schools. Over 200 students participated

Extra school places created for South Leeds students

Following our report that children in South Leeds were facing journeys to high schools across the city, Cllr Judith Blake, leader of Leeds City Council and David Gurney, Executive Headteacher of Cockburn School, have issued a joint statement: “We would firstly like to thank families across south Leeds for their