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  • Train to Teach Open Event

    Published 28/09/22
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  • GCSE and Level 2 BTEC

    Published 25/08/22
    Students at Guilsborough were celebrating their results this morning.  Their hard work and determination over the last two years has been rewarded, and I know our community will be proud of their achievements. Today is about the personal stor
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  • Guilsborough students celebrate their excellent results

    Published 18/08/22

    Students at Guilsborough Academy are again celebrating their ‘A’-Level and Level 3 BTEC results.  With growing numbers in the Sixth Form, more students were celebrating results which have allowed them to access a range of high level University and apprenticeship courses.  Yet again, the vast majority of students will be studying at their first choice University, with almost 1 in 5 gaining a place at a Russell Group University and two students securing a place at Oxford.

    Dean Mills, Director of Sixth Form, said, “We are proud of the success our students have achieved during what has been the most challenging times.  The resilience they have demonstrated has been exceptional.”

    Simon Frazer, Principal, stated, “our students deserve the excellent results they have achieved.  Supported by our amazing staff, they have shown real determination and ambition.  Our Sixth Form is really popular and, with a 100% pass rate for the examinations taken this year, we are looking forward to continuing our tradition of delivering high attainment alongside opportunities to explore the Arts and other extra curricular activities”.


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  • Queens Platinum Jubilee

    Published 26/05/22

    Year 7 have been busy creating these fabulous artworks to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee. We discussed all the celebrations taking place locally and nationally and how these wonderful artworks can be displayed in their windows at home to celebrate the Queen's 70th year on the throne. 


    Students worked onto tracing paper with felt pens and white pencil to allow the light to pass through.


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  • Digital Futures Careers Event

    Published 20/05/22

    On Thursday morning 20 Guilsborough students (mostly Computer Science students) attended the Digital Futures Careers Event at Northampton College. They had an amazing time in two workshops. The esports arena was breath-taking and our students did everything from gaming, to music/sound and vision and even commentary! After that we had a classroom session on a programme called Mudbox where students created Aliens using Digital rendering. A brilliant day. Our students really did us proud – excellent ambassadors for our core values: Respect – Aspiration – Responsibility and Equality.

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  • NMPAT County Auditions 2022

    Published 17/05/22

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  • Year 6 Induction Days

    Published 05/05/22

    Induction Day for Year 6 Students - Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 July 2022

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  • Brand-new £1.3m Sixth Form Centre opened by Red Arrows Pilot

    Published 06/04/22

    A new Sixth Form Centre has been given the perfect launch pad to success after it was officially opened by Red Arrows Pilot and RAF Flight Lieutenant, Patrick Kershaw.

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  • Smile Amazon

    Published 01/04/22

    Support Guilsborough Academy by shopping at Amazon.

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  • Live Lounge

    Published 24/03/22

    On Wednesday evening, almost two years to the day that we first went into a national lockdown, Guilsborough Academy Music students were thrilled to finally be able to perform to their first live audience since March 2019.

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  • Support for the Ukraine

    Published 21/03/22

    Staff at Guilsborough Academy joined forces to bring in donations for a collection heading for the Ukraine. Staff were very generous, some going shopping for certain requested items. The collection was being held in Hollowell village hall. 5 students from GA gave up their Sunday to help sort through the donations.’

    Ebony Heap, Connie Chaplin, Phoebe Lancaster, Oscar Jobling, Orla Hand.

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