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YEARS 9 AND 10 MAKE THE CAPITAL CONNECTION

London was calling when a group of Year 9 and 10 students paid a visit to the capital as part of a two day residential.

During the visit, which took place on the 7th and 8th June, the 65 students experienced art and culture at the Victoria and Albert Museum, took in a performance of hit musical Mamma Mia in the West End and also visited other key London landmarks including Buckingham Palace and the London Dungeons.

Academy Principal Stephen Dixon commented:

“Those students taking part in the residential embraced this learning experience outside of the classroom - their attitude to learning was faultless; they even said they'd love the trip to be longer! We’ll be looking at running more learning experiences such as this during the next academic year.”

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BARNSLEY ACADEMY GIVES SHOW-STOPPING PERFORMANCE

Barnsley Academy joined with other Yorkshire schools including Sheffield Park and Sheffield Springs Academies and their local primary schools for two show-stopping performances. 

Last week’s evening performances of ‘Celebrating Difference’ were received with rapturous applause by sold-out audiences at Barnsley Academy.

The production was one of the centre-pieces of United Learning’s Cultural Festival, which takes inspiration from BBC Ten Pieces. The Festival, which is part of the Group’s commitment to deliver an Education with Character, seeks to unlock students’ creativity and inspire them to try new things.  Across the country, United Learning students are being introduced to new types of music and art forms and asked to develop their own creative responses.

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