Long Sutton Cricket Club Training.
Please see the attached file for the Easter School Timetable.
The school’s established Saturday Classes have proved to be most valuable in supporting pupil progress.
As we move to returning to face-to-face education, we are pleased to be able to continue offering these to pupils.
Following the recent decision regarding Centre Awarded Grades additional catch up classes will support pupils in preparation for future assessments.
Attached is a list of the classes that will be available for your child to attend for the rest of this term. The first two weeks will be remote sessions held via Microsoft Teams and pupils will be invited directly by their teachers if they are required to attend.
From 13th March the classes will be held in school, face-to-face. They are aimed at Year 11 pupils and run from 9am-12pm with refreshments provided in the school canteen.
Your child’s teachers will be available for all of the classes unless otherwise stated.
A separate booklet will be issued during the term for Easter School which will run from Tuesday April 6th until Friday April 16th.
Please could you complete and return the enclosed pro-forma (the last sheet) by Friday 12th March 2021 – this is for the in-school sessions only.
There is a spare copy for you to retain for your records.
In the event of poor weather, any cancellation will be notified on the school website or pupils will be notified via letter or email from the school only.
A text reminder for the classes will be sent to parents/carers each week.
please find attached some fantastic work completed by year 9 students during remote learning on the theme of FOOD & DRINK.
Well done everyone!
Please see attached our School newsletter for February 2021
Be Safe Be Seen 2020 2021
This term’s theme is the important topic of being seen. With the clocks changing and darker evenings on the way, students travelling to and from school are potentially more difficult to see especially in dark school uniforms.
Please see the attached file for meore information.
University Academy Holbeach held a number of events to commemorate Remembrance Day on 11th November.
If you’re a former student of University Academy Holbeach and George Farmer Language and Technology College, we want to hear from you!
Your experiences since leaving could help to motivate and inspire our current students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. We’d love you to join our alumni network and stay connected with the school.
We’ve partnered with the national education charity Future First, who specialise in helping schools like ours to stay connected with their former students.
You can choose how and when you help – perhaps you can act as a career and education role model, provide work experience, become a mentor in person or online, or help with donations, fundraising or even apply to become a governor.
It doesn’t matter when you left us, whether you’re in further education or employment, whether you still live nearby or have moved further away, there are still ways you can help.
“I’m delighted we will now be working with Future First and South Holland District Council to develop a thriving alumni network. The confidence, learning and support former pupils can bring to current students will be invaluable and will make the transition from school to higher education or work so much easier.”
Sheila Page, Principal
In order to sign up, just follow this link and fill in the online form – we promise it will only take a couple of minutes.
6th Form Finance students at University Academy Holbeach very proudly received special certificates of commendation for their outstanding results in The London Institute of Banking & Finance Level 3 qualifications. The Year 13 students: Ben Kelly, Sam Rousse, Jessica Gilman, James Steel and Danny Watts were excited to learn that they had also been awarded £500 scholarships towards a degree programme at the London Institute of Banking and Finance thanks to their achievements.
This accolade was based on exams taken in January and March, prior to lockdown. Dominic Vallier, from the awarding body, The London Institute of Banking & Finance, said: “It is a challenging time for schools and all working in education, and of course for the students. This makes the students’ success even more impressive. This is of course down to the staff at University Academy Holbeach, who deliver our financial education qualifications with real enthusiasm and passion.”
Students and parents have also been invited to a Prestige Event, held by The London Institute of Banking & Finance, which will take place at a later date. Principal of UAH Miss Sheila Paige is, “very proud of the students’ achievements and delighted with the opportunities their commitment to their studies has afforded them.”