January Sports Results were as follows:
The KS3 Girls’ Basketball team were North Lincolnshire Champions winning overall at St Bede’s Catholic School in Scunthorpe. They will now go on to represent North Lincolnshire at the Humber School Games Finals at Grimsby Institute on the 10th February.
The KS4 Boys finished runners up in the North Lincolnshire finals at St Bedes Catholic School in Scunthorpe.
The KS3 Boys Basketball team were North Lincolnshire Champions winning overall at St Bede’s Catholic School in S
The Arts festival, over three days, saw the conference of head teachers opening with the Vale taiko drummers. The following day saw many of our talented musicians taking part in workshops that spent that one day creating a new piece of dance music which would then be used on the last day by dance students to also create a new piece. Students from Y7 to Y13 took part in the workshops and evening performance and we have to say how proud we were of them, holding their own on stage against some adult bands.
A triumphant team from Year 9 won a basketball tournament and will represent North Lincolnshire in a regional final.
The five students - Nikita Donskoy, Charlotte Cawkwell, Sian Burrows, Sophie Bullass
and Emily Hewis – travelled to St Bede’s Catholic School with Miss Hewitt.
She said the girls managed a remarkable record, beating the hosts, North Axholme Academy, and St Lawrence Academy in a round robin competition.
The team will now go on to represent North Lincolnshire in the Humber School Games at the Grim
Ten boys from The Vale represented North Lincolnshire in a national hockey competition.
They travelled to Hymers College in Hull to play on a plastic pitch and beat Longcroft School and Kelvin Hall School in their group games.
They lost narrowly to Driffield School in the semi finals but went on to finish third overall in the Under 13 Boys National In2 Hockey competition, beating Longcroft in a play-off.
Miss Haughey, who took the party, said: “The boys’ effort and determination was outstanding throughout t
Congratulations to students and staff involved in the wonderful production of Scrooge.
The Drama Department students started rehearsals in October and worked hard, sometimes four nights a week, to bring this classic tale to life.
More than 100 students were involved in the production, ranging from actors to dancers, from musicians to backstage and technical crew.
Principal Nicola Williams said: “I’d like to say huge congratulations to the Drama Department, students and their families for their support.
Dividing lines were drawn but nothing could take away from a highly successful maths challenge between teams from eight primary schools.
Parents and grandparents added to a supportive atmosphere as 32 pupils from Years 3 and 4 and the same number from Years 5 and 6 took part in the now annual event at The Vale Academy in Brigg.
Organiser Jayne Keeler said the aim was to provide a mathematical challenge for the local primary schools.
“We want to show them from an early age that maths can be fun and interesting,
Andrew Percy MP visited Year 10 to talk about Parliament, being an MP, Government and Politics and had a lively debate with students.
December Sports Results were as follows:
- U12 Football Team Lost in the quarter final 1-0 to Frederick Gough School in the Scunthorpe and District 5 aside tournament at St Lawrence Academy
- Both KS3 badminton A and B teams are through to the finals night after finishing joint first!
- KS3 Boys badminton C team finished 6th place overall!
- Two teams competed in the U12 5-a-side football competition with the A team finishing runners up to Frederick Gough.
- The U13 mini-hockey team won the District Mini-Hockey Competitio
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The Vale Academy held a non-uniform day to help raise money for a new wheelchair year 9 student, Tarran. The wheelchair is a Lifestand LS3 which will vastly improve Taran’s independence and allow him to better socialise with his peers. It will also assist in his therapeutic support by helping with his muscle strength and tone. The students of the academy contributed £330 towards this very good cause, the last payment so hopefully, when he feels confident, we will see Tarran in his new chair. Thank you f
Under 16 Netball Team
U16 Netball team represented North Lincolnshire in the Lincolnshire County Netball Finals.
Year 8 Hockey Team A
Runners Up in the U13 Scunthorpe and District mini-hockey tournament. Next stop Hymers!
Results: Beat Vale B 1-0, Beat Axholme Academy 4-0, Beat SJN 1-0, Drew with St Bedes 0-0 and lost to Winterton 3-0.
Year 8 Hockey Team B
Drew 1-1 with SJN, Lost 1-0 to Vale A, Lost 4-0 to Winterton, Drew 0-0 with St Bedes, Drew 1-1 with Axholme Academy.
Year 10 Football Team
Year 10 Football
Have we some hockey stars of the future in our midst at The Vale?
Such is the level of interest in the sport this year, two teams represented the academy in the Under 13 Mini-hockey for boys North Lincolnshire round at the Winterton Community Academy.
The A team finished runners up so will go on to the next round of the National In2 Hockey competition in January at Hymers College in Hull.
They beat Axholme Academy 4-0, Sir John Nelthorpe 1-0 and Vale B team 1-0, drew with St Bedes and lost to Winterton.
Congratulations to the Year 11 netball team who represented North Lincolnshire in the Lincolnshire County Netball Finals.
The girls played five matches against other Lincolnshire schools and were competitive throughout, despite the constant rain, cold and wind.
They earned the right to represent the borough in the tournament, held at The Priory Witham Academy, Lincoln, after not losing a game in the under 16s North Lincolnshire competition in Scunthorpe.
Captain Macey Day (15) said: “I really enjoyed playing a
The Student Leadership Team represented The Vale Academy at the Brigg 2015 Remembrance Sunday schools event, with one of our students reading Flanders Fields by John McCrae.
Year 7 Football Team
Beat Baysgarth 1-0 and Huntcliff 6-1 but narrowly lost to South Axholme 4-3.
Year 8 Football Team
Beat South Axholme 5-1 and Huntcliff 12-1 and drew with Baysgarth 5-5.
Year 9 Football Team
Beat South Axholme 5-1 and lost to Baysgarth 6-3.
Year 10 Football Team
Beat Baysgarth 3-1, drew with Huntlciff 3-3 and lost to South Axholme 4-3
Year 11 Football Team
Beat Melior 4-0 and St Bedes 5-0
Year 9A Netball & Year 9B Netball Teams
Team A finished third overall and the B team finished third in the
Sixth Form Football Team
Lost 1-0 to Wolfreton School in the last five minutes of the English Schools’ Cup 1st round.
Year 11 Football Team
Lost 3-0 to Beverley Grammar in the 1st round of the English Schools’ Cup.
Won 3-1 against Baysgarth School in the 1st round of the Scunthorpe Schools’ Cup.
Year 9 Football Team
Lost on penalties 7-5 to Kelvin Hall School in the 1st round of the U14’s English Schools’ Cup.
Year 8 Football Team
Lost 1-0 to Beverly Grammar in the 1st round of the English Schools’
Our Student Leadership Team hosted a coffee morning to support Macmillan Cancer Care which raised £314. A huge thank you to all students, staff and parents who generously baked and donated cakes. Thank you to parents, carers and friends of The Vale for supporting the event; lots of cake was eaten but all for an excellent cause. Well done to all who were involved.
A steel signing ceremony marked the next phase of a Brigg academy’s rebuild.
The Vale Academy hosted the event on its playing field where its new building is starting to take shape.
The groundworks have been completed by contractors Galliford Try and the steel that will form the frame of the new school is being slotted together like a giant Meccano set.
Twelve representatives, including students and guests, signed one of the huge girders that will form part of the new sports hall roof, with the signatures visi
Delighted Principal at The Vale Academy in Brigg, Nicola Williams, said students’ GCSE results were either above or in line with expectations.
A total of 62% gained five A* to C, including maths and English.
“I’m delighted for the students who have worked really, really hard this year to record some excellent results,” Mrs Williams said.
“I’m also pleased for our staff. They pulled out all the stops to help and support our students and their considerable efforts have been rewarded.
“We have scored particularly