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Open Evening 2016

Come and see us in action...

GCSE Success 2016

GCSE SUCCESS 2016

A Level Success 2016

A LEVEL SUCCESS 2016

John Mann Summer School Visit to London

John Mann Summer School in London

The Elizabethan Choir

Academy Choir wins the Worksop Festival 2016 for the tenth time

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Elizabethan Artwork

Student Artwork 2

Student Artwork

Student Artwork

Student Artwork

Students Celebrate their success at Awards Evening

Staff, students and parents at the Elizabethan Academy gathered to celebrate the success of students in Years 7 - 10.

Exam Information

Exam timetables for Pre Public Exams and Summer 2016 GCSE's plus Exam certificate collection information

Charity Pyjama Walk

Saturday 8th October in aid of Bassetlaw (Retford) Hospice

Extra Curricular & Enrichment Activities

Phase 1 - 19th September 2016 until 21st October 2016

Elizabethan Academy Celebrates Students' GCSE Success

A Level Success at Retford Post 16

Initial indications suggest that record numbers of students at the Retford Post 16 Centre have been accepted on to their first choice University courses. The Heads of both Elizabethan and Retford Oaks Academies are extremely proud of the students’ achievements. The broad approach the Centre takes to study, enabling the needs and aspirations of students to be met via both academic and vocational courses, means that students are now moving on to study a range of subjects at leading universities the length and breadth of Britain.

Alert from Nottinghamshire Police re Pokemo Go

Please see advice from Nottinghamshire Police regarding Pokemon Go. Click here

Also please see an article from NSPCC. Click here

Somme 100 Trees for 100 Schools

Budding Elizabethan History students have taken part in the “100 trees for 100 schools” competition organised by the National Memorial Arboretum to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.

Tanzania Trip

This summer, 20 students from The Elizabethan Academy, will travel to Northern Tanzania and Southern Kenya with Camps International, where they will spend 4 weeks undertaking project work within local communities.

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