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Multi Academy Trust

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The latest news from GNSA Secondary Phase.

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  • Year 6 to 7 Open Evening - Tuesday 8th October 2019 - 5pm - 7:30pm

    Published 04/10/19

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  • GNSA Success Results & Achievements

    Published 31/08/19

    Congratulations to all students for their academic achievements over the last academic year.

     

     

     

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  • We are aware of the limitations of parking while the roadworks are taking place. Please ensure that you only park within valid parking areas that would not cause problems for neighbours, local businesses or the community.

    Published 02/04/19

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  • Information Evening 2019

    Published 26/09/19

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  • Family Support Volunteers needed to visit struggling families in Hillingdon

    Published 23/09/19

    Home-Start Hillingdon is a small, local charity working to support Hillingdon families with at least one child under 5 and who are struggling. The new training course starts on 3rd October 2019. 

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  • Arrangements for A Level Results Day - 15th of August 2019

    Published 13/08/19

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  • School Uniform Supplier

    Published 06/08/19

    School Uniform Supplier

    Please note that Fashion Mark is the main supplier for GNSA uniform that cannot be obtained from mainstream shops.

    Fashion Mark, 18 High Street, Southall, UB1 3DA 

    Tel: 020 8813 8841

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  • Section 48 - Inspection - Outstanding Achievement for GNSA - Please click on the article for details

    Published 23/06/19

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  • Keep Cool for Care Boxes - 23rd & 24th May

    Published 23/05/19

    How would you feel if when feeling down someone gave you something to pick you up and make you smile.

    That is exactly what our Year 10 Alan Senitt Leadership Team are trying to do to support students at Willows Academy -  A Special School for students with Social, Emotional Mental Health Issues.

    This group intend to raise money to provide a positive Care Box for students to show that they matter and to build their self-worth and resilience.

    To help us raise this money so that we can show we care and so that we can provide enough care boxes we are keeping cool, by buying ice lollies, to provide money to buy the items needed for the Care Boxes.  At a time when everyone is enjoying the sun, we ask for donations and purchases of our Ice Cream and Ice Lollies at lunchtime and after school to help those students who cannot appreciate what so many of us take for granted. 

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  • The Academy is open as normal but parents are urged NOT TO USE SPRINGFIELD ROAD on the morning of Monday 25th March, between the hours of 7:00am and 11:00am, whilst the crane is on arrival and setting up.

    Published 24/03/19

    Parents are urged NOT TO USE SPRINGFIELD ROAD on the morning of Monday 25th March, between the hours of 7:00am and 11:00am, whilst the crane is on arrival and setting up. Thereafter there will be road improvement works taking place therefore there will be limited parking around the school.

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  • Sad Loss of Mr G. Sokhi

    Published 04/02/19

    It is with great sorrow that we have lost a dear colleague, Mr Gurmail Sokhi who taught within the Mathematics dept.

    He worked at the Academy for just under 2 years and we offer our condolences & support to his family in this difficult time.

     

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  • Year 9 Art GCSE students - National History Museum

    Published 28/01/19

    This term (Jan 2019), the Year 9 Art GCSE students and the Art specialist teachers went on a trip to the Natural History Museum.

    Students were focusing on their Assessment Objective: Record.

    They were given tasks to connect natural forms they could find in the museum to the artists they had currently been studying. They created some beautiful and refined work, it was great to see our students growing in independence and creative personality.

    Well done Year 9 and keep up the good work!

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