- 20th June 2013
- 2014 Admissions
- 21st June 2013
- PD Day
- 28th June 2013
- Year 11 Prom @ Aintree Racecourse
- 4th July 2013
- Dads and Lads
- 9th July 2013
- PD Day
Trips & Visits
- 17th June 2013
- Quinta Campsite
- 23rd June 2013
- NLA Racing Event Elvington Raceway, York Round 6
- 26th June 2013
- Burton Albion FC
- 15th July 2013
- University of Cumbria, Lancaster
- 22nd July 2013
- CERN & Museums of Science & Natural History, Geneva
- 23rd July 2013
- Liverpool Watersports
- Attendance Ranking for Week Ending
- 17th June 2013
Learning at the North liverpool Academy: Our Expectations
Regular homework is vital in securing the very best results for our students. It consolidates work done in lessons, extends focused learning beyond the school day and encourages self discipline and the skills of independent study. The amount of homework increases as students’ progress through the academy.
As required by educational law the academy will educate all students in areas of:
- Religious Education
- Sex Education
- Moral and Spiritual education
- Citizenship and community cohesion
Full details of our Sex Education Policy and RE policy will be available on request. Parents have the right to withdraw their child from Sex Education and RE lessons, however, all of these topics form part of an integrated ME programme that helps the students gain knowledge, understanding and skills for adolescence and for life. The programme is an important part of the academy curriculum and has been developed with many parents and partners so that the context of how we deliver this is conducive to students moral spiritual and social development.
Behaviour and discipline
The academy places the greatest emphasis on creating a calm, orderly learning environment where students feel safe and are able to learn without distraction. We expect the highest standards from our students and encourage them to be self-disciplined at all times. Students will respect other people, their property and the environment in which they work and learn. Ofsted stated that the behaviour of the students and the care they have for each other is outstanding, the academy wish to maintain this at all times.
All students will be expected to be punctual and attend the academy every day. If your daughter or son is unable to come to school for health or another good reason it is essential that your telephone the academy immediately and then, on your child’s return, provide written confirmation of the reason for non-attendance. There is no entitlement to holidays during term time and authorisation will not be given.
The uniform for the academy is very businesslike, consisting of a grey blazer,black shoes, shirt and tie for all students. Girls are to wear a skirt below the knee or trousers and boys are to wear trousers. It is expected that all students will adhere to the uniform policy which will be consistently applied across the academy.