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So very proud of my Year 13 Artists today. Some really memorable moments shared over the last 2 years, you’ll all b… https://t.co/RwxqS7RKZI

RT @leicsmusicfest: Clarinetist & composer @MarkSimpson_88 has been working with A level students from across @leicsmusichub in 2019/20. We…

You might spot some of our students in the other ensembles too!

The Jazz band and Soul Patrol took part in @leicsmusichub online music festival yesterday. If you missed it you can… https://t.co/MmkQKUffv9

I’ve been really impressed with the home made instruments from KS3 this week. Harry H, Ben T, Brennan V and Lauren… https://t.co/EjyAvR5FAv

After careful work from all key stakeholders we are now ready to consult parents about our plans for the Autumn ter… https://t.co/czFGRP4yxg

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Well done to all our Year 10s and Year 12s. End of year assessments have been difficult to do but a brilliant effo… https://t.co/Bm7uOux7pL

Here’s how the Robert Smyth fantasy football league is looking with just 5 rounds left. Interestingly, 8 out the to… https://t.co/3ZoTaIlsJ3

🥈 Congratulations to year 9 student Grace, who did enough to earn second place in the County LRS Summer Championshi… https://t.co/j3TVwYWifw

Planning for reopening is the ultimate challenge but there are elements that are relatively simple so here is somet… https://t.co/EDe4XXT2dL

RT @lslssp: Huge congratulations to @RobertSmyth_PE for finishing in 3rd in the Virtual @LR_Sport Secondary School County Championships 🥉…

I have written to update all parents, carers and colleagues this afternoon following the publication of the… https://t.co/UByV8FYpDW

I have moved this forward to this afternoon to give parents and carers an evening of reassurance and to remove unce… https://t.co/zYj8sKaM8U

I have spent today reading the secondary guidance and meeting with senior leaders to discuss our approach. I will b… https://t.co/NxR2CJHfLg

RT @Fionajclarke: @susannareid100 just read your article. My two daughters have had exact opposite of each other. One abandoned by her scho…

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Principal’s Introduction

I am delighted to introduce myself as Principal at one of the most exciting points in the recent history of the Academy. As you may be aware the Academy was inspected by Ofsted in September 2017 and judged to be ‘Good’ in all areas. Since that point we have been committed to becoming an outstanding provider for children in Market Harborough and the surrounding community. Student progress and attainment this year will reflect the best results that the Academy has produced since the reform of GCSE and A-Level subjects with over 250 grades at A*/A (9-7) and an average overall grade at B (6) alongside A-Level progression to student destinations of choice including Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group universities. Having said that, what matters most is today and tomorrow. I will never be complacent with historical reports or results. My passion and our focus is for the students that we will be working with from August 2019 and for the forthcoming academic year so that we can give each individual a broad, rich and high quality education.

It is a fantastic feature that students who join us will be able to grow in a setting that offers the potential for building relationships from the age of 11 through to 19 years of age. This will allow them to build positive relationships, gain confidence and to take advantage of opportunities both in and beyond the classroom. I have a firm belief that students need a structured environment permeated with positive feedback so that they achieve their best. Students who join us can expect to experience passion, belief and clarity from day one.

My experience of teaching has informed my view that making a positive start is important for building momentum, forming habits and creating a positive feedback loop. We know that all students will need support as they adjust to their first weeks of Academy life and they will benefit from attending a warm, family environment where all stakeholders display kindness, compassion and support one another. Be prepared, be kind, work hard is a neat reflection of our culture.

The hopes and dreams of students who join our Academy matter to me. I believed so strongly in my vision for a culture of excellence that I moved my life and family to Market Harborough. Every day my experience of working with students, staff and parents reinforces my conviction that there is something really special happening at this Academy. My aspirations for students are limitless and this is an exciting time to join us as we continue to grow into a centre of excellence for the East Midlands.

Dan Cleary, Principal

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