Here at Newark Academy, we are highly aspirant and ambitious for ourselves and our community. We are committed to providing an outstanding, local education and are relentless in our pursuit of excellence for all and place great emphasis on high levels of academic achievement and success. We have the highest expectations of both staff and students in all aspects of academy life and demand nothing but the best. Through strong discipline and outstanding teaching, every student will be supported to achieve success and realise their full potential.
We are committed to providing stimulating, challenging and engaging learning experiences that ignite imagination and a thirst for knowledge in our students. Our students demand and deserve the very best and we invest heavily in staff development to ensure that Teaching, Learning and Assessment are very much at the heart of everything we do.
Whilst academic excellence is important, we are equally passionate about developing students as lifelong learners and promote core values of hard work, courtesy, co-operation and service. We provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment where every student is cared for and supported to become well rounded and respectful citizens fully prepared to make a sustained and substantial contribution to both the local and global community.
We warmly welcome visits to our state-of-the-art academy building, particularly during the day where you will meet exceptional students and a talented and dedicated staff team all immensely proud to belong to Newark Academy.
Andy Seymour - Head of School
- Swim team make school history
U15 Girls swim to county and regional success (Physical Education - 08/10/2018)
- Representative Honours
National School Games success (Physical Education - 22/09/2018)
- Structure Team Building Challenge
Well done to Mr Woolley's tutor team. (Year 7 - 10/09/2018)
- Illegal Trespass update
Vehicle occupants now moved on (Whole School - 02/09/2018)
- Newark Academy update: Illegal trespass
Information for parents and carers. (Whole School - 30/08/2018)