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    Learning that inspires
    Our students will encounter a wide range of quality teaching and learning experiences
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    Exemplary Conduct
    We expect all students and staff to promote integrity and honesty
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    The Highest Standards
    In all areas of Academy life we strive for the absolute best.
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    Commitment to Sustainability
    We wish to keep environmental issues as a priority.
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    Aspirational Achievement
    Encouraging the maximum potential in all areas of student development.
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    Tolerance and Partnership
    Students are made aware of the need for tolerance in a multi-cultural society.
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    Personal Care and Development
    Students’ individual needs are at the heart of what we do.


Welcome


Thank you for your interest in Macmillan Academy. I hope that you will find this site useful and informative.

Macmillan Academy has been providing life chances for young people in Middlesbrough for over twenty years and it is with a sense of pride that we look back over past successes and look forward to future developments. We are an organization that rejects complacency and always strives for improvement and as such we have built up a reputation nationally not only for outstanding results but also for being innovative and forward thinking.

Macmillan Academy

Staff, students and parents can look back at 2016/17 with a great deal of pride. Tonight’s awards evening is a celebration of the many achievements our students have made over the last twelve months. The students receiving awards tonight are superb ambassadors for our academy and are deservedly being recognised for their effort, enthusiasm and commitment.

This August, students in Year 13 and Year 11 celebrated superb exam results. Year 13 achieved our best ever A level results with an A level pass rate of 99.7%. 56% of grades were at A*-B with a record 25 A* grades. Our vocational results were again our best ever with an astonishing 93% of grades being D*-M. There was much to celebrate on A level results day with virtually all students being successful in reaching their first choice destination.

GCSE results day the following week was another very positive day for our students. Our Year 11 students had the additional pressure of sitting the newly reformed GCSEs in English and mathematics which were graded 9-1 rather than A*-G. They responded incredibly well with 78% of our students achieving the new threshold of grade 4 and above in both mathematics and English. Like the A* at A level, grade 9 is very hard to achieve and is awarded to around 3% of students in the country. We are delighted that in this first year, there were 19 grade 9s awarded to students from the academy.

At Macmillan Academy we have prided ourselves on providing a whole education. While we seek to provide a learning culture that allows students to achieve these excellent results, we try to ensure they can develop personal qualities through access to a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities.

Yours sincerely

P Latham
Principal


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