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Mission Statement:

To provide all students and staff with the opportunity to work hard to achieve their personal best.

To encourage personal, moral and spiritual development within a Christian framework.

To create a disciplined, sensitive environment where everyone is equally valued.

Core Values

Every student and member of staff is encouraged to demonstrate, within and beyond their school, the principles behind our Core Values. Acting on the values contributes to our students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development; they show high levels of respect towards peers, staff and the school environment.

Our Core Values are:

  • Honourable Purpose

    We aim to be positive in everything, doing what is good and aiming to benefit others as well as ourselves.

  • Humility

    We seek to do our personal best without bragging and to encourage others to achieve their best without being critical or jealous of their efforts.

  • Compassion

    We care for those who are in difficulty and who are hurting, recognising that the world does not exist for us alone.

  • Integrity

    We can be trusted to be honest and truthful, to say what we mean and to do what we say.

  • Accountability

    We recognise that having the freedom to express ourselves means that we must also accept responsibility for our words , thoughts and actions.

  • Courage

    We aim to do what is right, whatever the cost; we stand up for the weak, whatever the danger; we face our fears and find ways of defeating them.

  • Determination

    We know that hard work and the refusal to give up are essential if we are to achieve anything worthwhile.

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The King's Academy, a specialist business and enterprise Academy in Coulby Newham, South Middlesbrough, opened as an 11-19 school of 1200 students in September 2003.
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The King’s Academy, Middlesbrough, marked its tenth anniversary with its best results to date and a £1.2m investment in Sixth Form and Performing Arts facilities.
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The Emmanuel Schools Foundation has been involved in education since 1989.
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Emmanuel College was founded in 1990 as Tyneside’s City Technology College (CTC) and opened with just 150 Year 7 students. Emmanuel now educates over 1,300 students across the 11 to 19 age range.
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In its first decade, The King’s Academy was placed among the top 10% of schools in England for added value and became the “most improved school in the North East”.
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After opening in 2005, Trinity Academy became the most improved school in England, and was named as the “most improved school in Yorkshire” for three consecutive years.
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Trinity Academy in Thorne was described as “a beacon of hope” by Lord Andrew Adonis, Education Advisor to Prime Minister Tony Blair, in 2007.
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Emmanuel College students’ academic results place the College amongst the highest ranked schools in England for both progress and attainment.
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To celebrate its 25th anniversary Emmanuel College raised £45,000 to build a primary school in Tembisa township, South Africa.
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Trinity Academy opened in September 2005 and replaced Thorne Grammar School as it celebrated its 75th Anniversary.
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In the five Ofsted inspections over the course of its history, Emmanuel has maintained an unbroken record of Ofsted “Outstanding”.
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Named after an eighth-century monk and scholar from Northumbria, Bede Academy, Blyth, opened in 2009 as one of the first “all-through” Academies in England, educating students from age 3 to 19.
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Examination results last year placed Bede Academy in the top 8% of state-funded schools in England for Progress 8 and for progress in mathematics.
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The King’s Academy welcomes four times the average proportion of students with special needs, and its provision for these young people has been described as “exemplary” and “outstanding”.