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SRPA Graded Good By Ofsted

Sir Robert Pattinson Academy has been hailed as a “calm, happy and caring” school by Ofsted inspectors. The Academy has been judged good after a report concluded that “pupils flourish as a result of the good quality of education”. Head Teacher Dale Hardy was praised by inspectors for making “many improvements” since he joined the school last year. The report, released today, concluded: “This is a calm, happy and caring…

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Statement: Road Accident 9/10/19

Yesterday a year 10 student from Sir Robert Pattinson Academy was seriously injured in a road traffic accident. Our student is currently receiving treatment for serious injuries at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those involved at this awful time. We are well aware of the shock and distress that may reverberate through the school community today, so we have worked through…

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SRPA Partners With Local Charity Umbrellas

A charity which is raising money to provide a meeting place for children, young people and adults with additional needs in Lincolnshire is getting support from Sir Robert Pattinson Academy. The school has agreed to support Umbrellas by organizing fundraising events through the year. In return the charity has agreed to provide important disability workshops at the school. Umbrellas was established in 2014 by a group of parents, led by…

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Excellent GCSE Results At SRPA

Students at Sir Robert Pattinson Academy were celebrating today after even better grades than last year. Students at Sir Robert Pattinson Academy achieving equivalent 9-4 (A* to C equivalent grades) in English and mathematics rose to nearly 65 percent up from 62 per cent last year. Those achieving a strong pass – grade 5 and above in both English and mathematics, rose from 36% to 42% More than one in…

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Successful Year For SRPA Sixth Form

Almost two thirds of all A levels resulted in A* to C grades at Sir Robert Pattinson Academy sixth form – a five per cent increase on last year. The Academy also saw the school’s pass rate improve on last year – exceeding 97 per cent – with a four per cent improvement from 2018. Nearly a third of all A levels taken at the Moor Lane school resulted in…

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World Challenge Expedition 2019 – Southern India

Meeting on a rather sunny July day in the UK seemed a little strange; as we knew, the next 16 days of our summer holiday would be spent in Southern India during the monsoon season. As I conducted a full kit check I took great care in overseeing the umbrella competition I had set the team during our build up day designed the ensure the team are fully prepared for…

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New Facilities Opened at SRPA

New facilities dedicated to specialist learning have been opened at SRPA by TV personality Radzi Chinyanganya. The former Blue Peter presenter unveiled two new learning suites designed to help students. The RP-Hub and Specialist Learning Centre have both been transformed in the past few months to better support students who need extra help educationally or with their mental health. The school team working out of the RP-HUB have given professional…

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Cashless Catering Payment System

From September, we are introducing a cashless system within our canteen. The main benefit of this is that students will no longer be required to carry cash around school. Parents will be able to ‘top up’ a student’s account on line either by debit/credit card or by using a Paypoint Card (available from Asda and many other outlets). Students will then purchase goods within the canteen using their fingerprint to…

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Concert for Sian

The North Hykeham Joint Strings and Joint Band are performing a concert in memory of Sian Chambers, (former member of the old joint sixth form),  on the evening of Thursday 4th July at All Saints Church on Moor Lane. The joint groups are made up of students from both academies and we feel it will be a fitting tribute to Sian who played bass in both groups. We would like…

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