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  • Y9 Options

    Published 29/01/21


    The information here will help you decide which subjects will be most suitable as you move into Key Stage 4. The curriculum at Wath Academy is bespoke to meet the needs of our community.

    Options are provided in line with the dynamic nature of the labour market in the area, across the country and in the rest of the world. There is a focus on developing young adults and healthy citizens. In the UK, six out of the top ten causes of death are linked to lifestyle. Due to the link established between unhealthy lifestyles and the majority of deaths, we have created a curriculum which places a huge emphasis on ensuring that students are fit and healthy. Within this, all students will be provided three hours per week of either physical exercise or dedicated to the understanding of a healthy lifestyle. 


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    Y9 Option booklet 2021 -22





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  • Multi Sports Holiday Camp

    Published 09/05/22

    Wath Academy is running the Multi-Sport holiday camp over May Half Term. Places are limited, so be quick!
    Please complete the form by clicking the image below.

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    Published 27/04/22

    If your child has been successful in getting a place on the Ski visit  in December, please see below all relevant insurance documents.

    Should you have any further questions, please contact Mr Wesson, Associate Assistant Vice Principal, at the academy.

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    Published 16/03/22
      CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION DAY Child Sexual Exploitation is an ongoing concern, something that both students and families can become embroiled in.  It’s important that you as parents/carers understand what Child Sexual Exp
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  • PE Extra Curricular

    Published 02/03/22

    Please note that additional fixtures could be added to the scheduled, but parents will be informed of any updates.




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  • Kooth

    Published 07/02/22

    Kooth is a free counselling service for young people aged 11-25years.

    They provide advice and support online.

    Available 365 days a year. You can find a handy guide for Parents and Carers at the bottom of this page.


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  • Children's Mental Health Week

    Published 07/02/22

    The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is Growing Together.

    As humans, we are constantly growing and changing. Growth occurs in many different ways. Physical growth from a baby to an adult. Academic growth from learning to identify letters to writing essays. We are always growing – even when it doesn’t seem we are.

    Part of Growing Together is about growing emotionally. According to the Place2Be this means finding ways to help each other grow. Challenges and setbacks can help us to grow and adapt. You may notice that things that upset you as a young child, no longer upset you.

    Trying new things can help us to move beyond our comfort zone into a new realm of possibility and potential.

    Place2Be have created a Tips for Parent and Carers sheet, please see below.


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  • Time to Talk

    Published 02/02/22


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  • Duke of Edinburgh Award

    Published 25/01/22

    Here at Wath Academy we pride ourselves on creating rounded individuals who thrive in all circumstances. We strongly believe that the students can develop a unique set of skills and characteristics as embodied by our Key Drivers and Curriculum Intent. 

    We are happy to offer Year 9 - 13 students a chance to participate in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The DofE programme founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh is the world's leading youth achievement award, giving millions of 14 to 25-year-olds the opportunity to be the very best they can be. 

    The programme has been successful in enhancing school learning and achievement, securing personal and social development and encouraging good citizenship. 

    The Award is recognised internationally and is well regarded by Higher Education establishments and employers. IT offers the students the chance to be rewarded for activities that they already undertake, as well giving them the opportunity to strike out with peers in the fantastic countryside of the Peak District and further afield. They truly will get a chance to make memories that last a lifetime! Most of all it will be fun!

    Come and join us, the world awaits!

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  • 2nd Covid-19 Vaccinations

    Published 18/01/22

    The Rotherham Immunisation Team will be in School on Mon 31/1 and Tues 1/2 to give our students, aged 12-15, their 2nd Covid-19 Vaccinations.

    Pupils requiring their 2nd Covid Vaccinations must be aged between 12-15 years old and have already received their 1st dose. There must also be a 12 week gap after testing positive for covid-19 to have their vaccine as well as a 12 week gap since their first dose.

    Any pupils who are now 12 years old and require their first dose or who are 16 years old needing their 2nd dose, would need to book in for their Vaccinations at The National Vaccination Centres, through 119, however, this may change in the future.

    Parents/carers wishing their 12-15 year old children (who meet the criteria) to receive the 2nd dose of the Covid-19 vaccine will need to complete a consent form which can be found on the following link:

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  • Train to Teach

    Published 13/01/22

    Recruitment is well underway for the 22/23 academic year and Learners First are still open for applications up until at least the Spring Bank Holiday.


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