On Wednesday 1 February we are holding a World of Work morning for all Year 11 students.
After careful consideration the Trustees of William Howard Trust have agreed a change to the name of the William Howard Trust to Cumbria Education Trust.
When we move to our new building, we will introduce a cashless catering system.
As we approach the end of a busy and successful Autumn term, I would like to thank you all for the very warm welcome that I have received during my first few weeks in West Cumbria.
I write to update you on the problems that we have been experiencing with our heating and water supply.
On Thursday 1st December, Workington Academy will be launching our Advent Appeal. We are looking for food donations* to go to The North Lakes Foodbank at the end of term.
An exciting opportunity is available for parents/carers to join our Local Advisory Board (was previously known as the Governing Body) at Workington Academy.
We have high expectations of our students when it comes to their personal appearance and I’m pleased to say that the vast majority are very smartly dressed and wear their uniform with pride.
Further to our letter to you on 28 September 2016, we can confirm that Mr Jonathan Logan has decided to move on from his role as headteacher at Workington Academy.
Research has shown that there is a direct correlation between attendance and achievement. It is common sense that if a student is not in class then he or she is not learning.