BIE awards student of the Year 2015
More than just a school
There’s something for everyone at Accrington Academy, with an exciting and aspirational 11-18 curriculum delivering innovative and engaging learning, plus a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities for students, staff, parents and the wider community including activities, events and competitions.
Sixth Form Applications deadline
29th January 2018
A new page has been created to allow us to place new and important information for parents in one place. Recent communication letters can be found there along with quick links to important sections of the Academy website. Look out for further additions to this new page soon.
Teachers, receptionists, lifeguards, site staff, finance, sports, leisure managers… These are just some of the fantastic career opportunities on offer, with our dedicated team making Accrington Academy a great place to work. If you want to be part of a winning team, providing the very best education and bringing out the best in everyone, just follow the link below.
Accrington Academy is proud to offer the very best Sixth Form provision, consistently delivering excellent results and successfully placing students into higher education, employment or training. Together we can take you on your journey to achieving your goals, providing outstanding facilities and an amazing choice of subjects with an extensive enrichment offering. Supported by fantastic teaching staff and dedicated support staff, let us help you achieve your full potential.
Two Week Timetable
The Academy runs on a two week timetable, this week it is:
There is a technical issue with Year 7 SCOPay accounts.
We are working to rectify this issue quickly. Please continue to send dinner money into school with your child.
Accrington Academy students take Christmas into the Community
Four Year 7 students were the first to receive a 2017-18 Principal Award today. Each students was nominated by their college director for displaying outstanding Academy Character. The students joined Mr Dalton-Bunker, Vice Principal, in the Reflection Room and enjoyed...
Thursday the 26th October
Me and 29 other students at Accrington Academy set of to Manchester airport at 3:20am. When we got to the airport we were assigned to specific groups which had 1 teacher and 5 students, this made it organised and easy to locate one another. We stayed in these groups to get through security until we got to the shops were we could have free time. At 5:30am we made our way to the boarding lobby and waited patiently until it was time to board the plane.
Students first day in Barcelona.