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February 2020

Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Primary Academy unveil new plaque at Aslockton train station  .

Year four pupils at Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Primary Academy enjoyed a trip to Aslockton Station where a mosaic plaque of their work was unveiled.

It followed partnership work between the school and Community Rail, which works with residents of rural areas in a bid to improve stations.

Archbishop Cranmer school pupils unveil a mosaic plaque at Aslockton Station. Pupils pictured with Poacher Line community rail officer Kaye Robinson.

Mel Stevens, head of Archbishop Cranmer, said the school was a long-term partner of the railway station and was currently taking part in a six-week safety course.She said it was part of a plan to support the community.

Poacher Line community rail officer Kaye Robinson worked with the children during the project.

She said she led the group on a tour of the village to learn about the history of the area, before starting on the plaque.

Each pupil created their own design and the final outcome was sent to a professional artists, who added the finishing touches. Kaye said it was important the children were aware of rail safety and the history of the train line, which runs through the middle of the village.

The children also visited Nottingham Station as part of their safety lesson. “Some had never been on a train before, so to see their eyes light up was great,” said Kaye. “They were all so involved and thought about what they wanted to do with their designs.

“It was a pleasure to work with them.”

 

December 2019

Featured for our courageous advocacy: we organised a fun run for the Children's Hospital Big Appeal 

 

July 2019 Thoroton Show sees Archbishop Cranmer perform with  Maypole.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 2019     Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Academy, Aslockton, adds a splash of colour!

With community engagement at the core of the school, this project brought teachers, students, parents and a local business together around a common goal and the result is a sustainable planted area at the front of school, a connected community and a team of children who are keen to maintain this successful garden....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 2019 Poetry Recitals Judeged by the Mayor of Rushcliffe.

April 2018 Poetry Recitals Judeged by the Mayor of Rushcliffe

 

November 2018

Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Academy ranked as a top school in The Sunday Times Parent Power Schools Guide 2019

An Aslockton primary school is the highest ranked state primary school in Nottinghamshire according to a Sunday Times league table.

Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Academy ranked 222 in The Sunday Times Parent Power Schools Guide 2019.

They were one of two schools in Nottinghamshire that made the list.

 

 

November 2018
Newark's MP Robert Jenrick announces winners of annual Christmas card competition

 An MP’s annual competition to design his official Parliamentary Christmas card attracted a bumper number of entries this year.

Robert Jenrick wrote to every primary school in his Newark and Bingham constituency and received hundreds of entries in return.

The winner from those hundreds of entries was ten-year-old Felix Hornby who attends Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Primary Academy, Aslockton.

 April 2018

Siblings organise bake-off fundraiser

 Ella White, 9, and her brother, Alfie, 11, who organised a bake-off in aid of Stand Up To Cancer.https://www.newarkadvertiser.co.uk/news/siblings-organise-bake-off-fundraiser-9042947/

 

February 2018

Proud to be leading the way in reading and maths

A Government minister has congratulated a primary school after its results put it in the top 1% of schools nationally for reading and maths.

All pupils at Archbishop Cranmer Church of England Primary Academy, who sat end-of-school exams in reading and maths last year reached or exceeded the expected standard.

The school received a letter of congratulations from school standards minister Mr Nick Gibb.

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