Giles Academy aims to provide the very best possible educational experience for every one of its students.
We all work hard to provide this through:
- a wide range of opportunities for students to learn in a safe, supportive, creative, happy environment
- having the very highest expectations of the entire school community in everything that we do
- working together with others inside and outside the school to meet our aims
In addition to academic success, we also place extremely high value on the development of character; responsibility, ambition, honesty, confidence, compassion and courage.
Have you taken up your place in Sixth Form?
If not, then come and see us, places are filling up fast. See Mrs Garrard or Mr Reed for more information.
Ethan Steele (Year 9) wins Gold Medal at 2018 British School Judo Championships
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Duke of Edinburgh Awards Ceremony
Our Duke of Edinburgh presentation ceremony was held last week. Students collected 107 Bronze, 2 Silver and 9 Gold awards. Awards were presented by Mick Hoare, the DofE operations officer for Lincolnshire. The event was attended by staff, students, DofE representative and governors. Miss Perry received a 13 year long service award. Mr Relton and Miss Cocks received a 5 year long service award. We are proud of every student that took part and our staff who put in the time and effort to make it possible.
Vacancies are available in singing, piano, flute, clarinet and saxophone. Please fill in the attached letter if your child is interested in having instrument/singing lessons and return to school or email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org. If your child qualifies for Pupil Premium funding or is currently in receipt of free school meals, then instrument/singing lessons are subsidised.
Artsmark Gold Achievement
Giles Academy is pleased to present a Mighty Creatives video about our Artsmark Gold achievement. The Mighty Creatives are an arts organisation that works with the Arts Council to promote the arts in schools nationwide. We were the only secondary school in the East Midlands to achieve Gold! Enjoy the video.