Tag: The South Leeds Academy

Krissie and Rabbi build bridges across the Atlantic

Two young people from South Leeds have just returned from Washington DC where they have been representing the UK as student ambassadors. Krissie Murray from Belle Isle and Rabbi Mbata from Hunslet are part of the Bridge To Employment project. They applied for the three year scheme when they were

South Leeds Academy delighted with students’ results

Like students across the country, Year 11 students at The South Leeds Academy collected their GCSE results today (24 August 2017). The Academy, which is “relentlessly committed” to raising standards and student aspirations has seen a 13% rise in students achieving a grade 4+ in both Maths and English and

South Leeds Roundup: Defibrillators, back to backs and no alliterations

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week at The South Leeds Academy where officers from Inner South Neighbourhood Policing Team were talking to motorsists today (24 May) after numerous reports of speeding cars and

Cockburn to take over at The South Leeds Academy

Senior Leaders at two Multi-Academy Trusts, working with the Regional Schools Commissioner, are setting out a new vision for inter-trust relationships and collaboration. These proposals would see The South Leeds Academy, part of Delta Academies Trust, join the nearby Cockburn Multi-Academy Trust. Delta (formerly the Schools Partnership Trust) has been

South Leeds Roundup: Shelters, Shares and (All) Stars

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week down at the volunteer-run Holbeck Club, where members mucked in to demolish. the old smoking shelter ahead of a brand new installation. We’re sure the procedure was

Ofsted: South Leeds Academy still “Inadequate”

The latest inspection of The South Leeds Academy by Ofsted has once again found the school to be ‘Inadequate’ in a report published on Monday (30 January 2017). The report states that “Outcomes for pupils are too low. Pupils do not attain as well as they should.” However the school

South Leeds Roundup: Chefs, Champs and Choirs

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week in Belle Isle where the Little Chefs programme at Belle Isle Family Centre teaches children aged 5-11 and their parents to cook simple nutritious meals. The centre’s