Message from the Principal
I am incredibly proud to be the Principal of Walbottle Academy. I feel privileged to lead such a talented, committed and hardworking community of pupils and staff.
At Walbottle Academy, our approach to education recognises that outcomes are paramount, and also allows children to gain experiences and values which prepare them fully for life. We demonstrate a relentless daily commitment to our high expectations as we prepare our pupils for the challenges of a rapidly changing world. We are keen to share, and for our community to understand, our vision and how this underpins all that we do:
“We constantly focus on standards as we understand outcomes are paramount. Our decision making is driven entirely by what is best for children. By doing this we enhance the life changes of the children and young people in our care”.
Choosing a school for your child can be amongst the most difficult decisions a parent has to make. At Walbottle Academy, we care passionately about the education and welfare of our pupils and feel our pupils will flourish in a safe and successful academy. It is a fantastic time to be part of our community and we firmly believe that all young people, irrespective of background or ability, will be incredibly successful as part of our academy and our Trust.
Mr R Harrison
Welcome to the class of 2029!
We are very excited, it is an amazing time to join our academy on it’s exciting journey, and get to have the full secondary school experience as a NET academy – this includes our fantastic facilities, being part of our praise culture [such as Proud, applause moments and extra applause, E1 celebrations, principal praise], be a student ambassador, attend fantastic enrichment sessions, nominate a peer for a ‘random act of kindness’, embark on Year 7 experiences – the list goes on.
We look forward to welcoming you all in September. We will use this page to update parents/carers and students on key information, keep in touch and get you used to all things Walbottle, so please keep checking back!
Letters to Parents