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  • Timetable Week 1 beginning Monday 17th December 2018

    Published 17/12/18

    Timetable Week 2 beginning Monday 10th December 2018

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  • Christmas Carol Service - Tuesday 18th December at 7pm

    Published 18/12/18

    Christmas Carol Service - Tuesday 18th December at 7pm

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  • Collection of GCSE and A Level certificates

    Published 18/12/18

    Tuesday 18th December, 5pm to 6pm

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  • Thursday 20th December - the academy will close at 12 noon

    Published 05/12/18

    Thursday 20th December - the academy will close at 12.00 noon for the Christmas holidays

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  • GCSEPods

    Published 05/11/18

    Year 11 students - take a look at this for help with revision.

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  • Literacy mats

    Published 05/11/18

    Find out about and download Literacy mats here.

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  •  SIMS parent app

    Published 08/05/18

    The academy will be using the SIMS parent app for future on-line communication.  This gives parents access to term dates, timetables, homework, achievement, attendance and behaviour reports.

    You will need to verify your account with an activation code.   For information about how to do this, please see the instuctions below.   Or contact the academy for help.

      Once you have registered to use the app, it can be accessed here or on the quick links bar at the top right hand side of the home page.

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  • Escape the tape fundraising for CAFOD

    Published 11/12/18

    Please enter an introduction for your news story here.

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  • Remembrance 2018

    Published 11/11/18

    Students at The Palmer Catholic Academy have been involved in a special project in recent weeks developing an installation for the front of the Academy to mark the centenary of Armistice Day.  Inspired by The ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ installation at the Tower of London in 2014. Students embarked on making their own ceramic poppies during specially themed lessons on this year’s Royal British Legion’s theme saying ‘Thank You’ to all who served, sacrificed and changed our world.  Every student in Year’s 7-10 made their own ceramic poppies. The result is over 1000 poppies which make up a river of red on the front lawn of the Academy. The poppies were the culmination of a wider project where all students focused across the curriculum on how we continue to remember and say ‘Thank You’ for the many sacrifices made by so many soldiers across so many countries.

    For more pictures see the Remembrance photo gallery

     

    See the article in the Ilford Recorder

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