We pledge to provide 11-16-year-olds a learning environment that encourages them to succeed, teaching staff who are committed to develop the potential of each individual student, high quality facilities that promote and enable success, and an environment of which to be proud.
Cleethorpes Academy is committed to providing a quality education for its students. The care and guidance we provide for our students creates a positive climate for each individual to grow and develop.
A quality learning environment together with high quality teaching enables students to blossom academically and personally. Students' safety and welfare is at the centre of our strong Pastoral support structure. We set and maintain high standards in all aspects of Academy life; uniform, hard work, behaviour and expect all students to demonstrate consideration of others in our mission to develop responsible citizens for our community. The curriculum and its delivery are tailored carefully to students' needs.
Our aim is to make Cleethorpes Academy an outstanding and successful school which serves the young people of Cleethorpes well into the millennium.
We are a member of a locally based Multi Academy Trust with local knowledge in a growing family of mutually supportive neighbouring Academies.
Year 10 GCSE Geography students who visited the Holderness coast to study erosion.
From left to right are: Tollbar Multi Academy Trust Year 8 students Alexandra Cookson (Cleethorpes Academy), India Hawkins (Somercotes Academy), Emma Foster (Tollbar Academy), and ...
David J Hampson, OBE, BSc, BA.