Tag: Cockburn School

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

Scrutiny Board approves decision to fund the expansion of Cockburn School

Backbench Councillors on the Children and Families Scrutiny Board have released the decision to spend almost £7 million on extending Cockburn School, which will now be implemented. The original decision was made by the Executive Board on 24 June 2020 by Conservative Councillors ‘called it in’ for scrutiny. The Board

Determined Dan reaches £20k with help from Cockburn School

We previously reported last year on Cockburn School student, nicknamed “Determined Dan” having gone through brain surgery four times. “I’m determined to fight cancer and I’m determined to help other people going through similar situations” he said. Daniel remains in good health and he has been extra resilient during these

Cockburn School plans to be scrutinised

Councillors approved the £6.8 million development of Cockburn School at the Executive Board meeting this afternoon, but Cllr Carter pledged to have the decision ‘called in’ for scrutiny. As we reported last week, the proposals will see a ten-classroom block built to accommodate a two form ‘bulge cohort’ over the