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Accrington Academy students take top spots at regional awards!
Accrington Academy students read all about it for Lancashire Book of the Year
Every Friday students are nominated to receive a Headteacher Award. Students will receive an invite to meet Mr Kerfoot in the Reflection room at break time were they are treated to refreshments and presented with their award. Students then get to sign our 'Wall of...
This week our Hyndburn Physical Activity festival was held at Hyndburn Sports Centre & delivered in conjunction with the UP & ACTIVE team from Hyndburn Borough Council. This was an event organised to involve disengaged & inactive students within our local hyndburn primary schools. Eleven schools took part in the event bringing between 4 & 8 students.
This week two Ribble Valley Sports hall athletics took place, venue 1 was Oakhill were we had the help of Oakhill’s Year 9 sports leaders and venue 2 was at Roefield leisure centre with the fantastic help from Ribblesdale sports leaders.
We would just like to share with you all the minutes from our New Years steering group meeting. This meeting is an opportunity for you to assist in shaping the future of the Hyndburn & Ribble Valley Sports Partnership as well as providing feedback on recent events...
A group of students turned ‘Secret Santa’ as they collected and wrapped gifts to donate to a local charity.
Accrington Academy students take to the stage for Britain’s Got Talent!
On the run up to Christmas we kept the tradition running and invited all the Hyndburn & Ribble Valley primary schools down to Wilson’s playing fields to take part in the Annual Santa Dash. This year the sun shone bright as over 300 children took part in a carousel of 3 different activities.
Due to the huge popularity of these events last year, this year we held three separate KS1 Kurling events. Kurling is an adaptation of the winter sport of kurling on ice and involves rolling stones towards a target. The team whose stone ends up closest to the target at the end of the game is declared the winner.