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    • Coronavirus Update 6 April 2020

      Published 19/03/20
      6th April 2020 - Maltby Learning Trust - UPDATE WEEK 2 Maltby Learning Trust have issued an update relating to the partial closure of schools across the trust.  Read it here. Easter Activity Pack: Attached to the bottom of this page is our first Easter Activity Pack. Thi... Read More
    • Votes for Schools

      Published 09/12/19
      Votes for Schools is an online voting system created to give all young people a better knowledge of current affairs and get them voting! Students use tutor time to discuss and vote on issues and current affairs such as 'Are communities strengthened in a crisis?' 'Will increased awa... Read More
    • The Torch - Easter Edition

      Published 01/04/20
      The school may be closed, but our amazing Student Journalists, Miss Taylor and Mr Bishop have just published the Easter online edition of The Torch. Read More
    • Free Adobe Creative Cloud

      Published 25/03/20
      As a result of school closures, student access to Adobe Creative Cloud in labs and classrooms is not available. Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for impacted students and staff, so that they can continue their work remotely. Please follow the instructions below to enable access to Creativ... Read More
    • ICT Support - Logging in from Home

      Published 20/03/20
      ICT Support - Logging in from Home Read More
    • New Student ICT Guide

      Published 19/07/18
      Attached below (in PDF format) is some useful information for new students about using the computers in school. Read More
    • Music Peri Lesson Fees

      Published 21/11/17
      The downloads are in DOCX format. Read More
    • Free Microsoft Office for Students and Staff

      Published 17/07/15
      Students and staff can use Microsoft Office software at home at no cost while they study or work at Wath Academy on up to 5 devices... Read More

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