Children Celebrate the Best that British Food has to Offer From the world-renowned combination of fish and chips to the simplicity of bangers and mash, there are so many delicious meals that are considered quintessentially British. For the last two weeks, our pupils have been celebrating high-quality British produce and the food that fuels our ...Read More
School Coffee Morning Supports the Fight Against Cancer The pupils and teachers at The Peak Academy were delighted to be given the opportunity to miss lessons and enjoy a relaxing drink last Friday morning — but don’t worry, it was all for a good cause. Since 1990, the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning has helped to ...Read More
Dyslexia Awareness Week Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that affects millions of people every day. However, not everyone understands the nature of dyslexia. Over the next week, our pupils will be taking part in Dyslexia Awareness Week to better understand the learning difficulty and challenge common misconceptions so they can become better supporters of those ...Read More
This week in English we have begun researching the author J.K.Rowling. The girls have discovered plenty of fascinating facts ready to start writing a biographyRead More
The journey of learning life skills that underpin the school values of Trust-Humility-Excellence-Respect begin once more for a group of young people as they embark on the Forest School intervention at The Peak Academy.Read More
The Everest boys have been creating their own emoji’s in their PSHE lessons. This forms part of their emotional literacy work. They decided what situations these would be really useful in.
Mrs Miller & Mr Hyam
Yet another busy week has passed in the English department; lessons, mini assessments as well as reading comprehension assessments have been taking place..Read More