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    • Coronavirus Updates

      Published 19/03/20
      Please find below 'Weekly Update Letter - Week 12'.  Any questions and queries should be sent to Read More
    • The Torch

      Published 03/11/20
      The latest edition of The Torch is now online. Read More
    • Online Parents' Evening

      Published 14/10/20
      Online Parents' Evening is a booking system and video conferencing system hosted by SchoolCloud, which can be accessed using a PC, laptop, tablet or mobile device. Read More
    • E Books

      Published 08/09/20
      You can borrow eBooks and request items from the library, you can also borrow physical books too. For more info please read the attachments below. Read More
    • Changes to the school day and uniform from September 2020

      Published 18/06/20
      The recent letter posted out to all parents , which includes information about the single Academy skirt and changes to the school day from September, is available to download below. 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
    • Music Peri Lesson Fees

      Published 21/11/17
      Wath Academy have to charge for additional peripatetic music tuition. We offer tuition in brass, woodwind, electric guitar, classical guitar, percussion, singing and piano. If you would like your child to take part in any of these lessons, it is important that you register them using the attach... 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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