David Ross Education Trust

Broadening Horizons
Budding artists from Lodge Park Academy, Malcolm Arnold Academy and...
Pupils and staff at Rockingham Primary School are celebrating an...


  • Students and staff from Barnes Wallis Academy have been praised for collectively obtaining the academy’s best set of GCSE results in a generation. The academy, which is part of the David Ross
  • For those students who took part, parents who showed support and Olympians who cheered on from the sidelines, the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Summer Cup was an incredibly memorable day. Now you
  • Students at King Edward VI Academy, Spilsby, achieved some impressive outcomes when they opened their A-Level and vocational qualifications today. Jo Myhill-Johnson, Associate Principal, said: "Our
  • It was a day of distinction at Havelock Academy, as sixth form students opened their A-Level and vocational qualifications this morning. Wendy Jackson, Principal, was impressed with students'
  • Malcolm Arnold Academy students have set new standards by achieving some of the best Key Stage 5 results that the academy has ever had. Of the students who completed Year 13, more young people than
  • Students from Charnwood College ended a nerve-wracking wait when they collected their A-Level and vocational qualifications today. Mark Sutton, Principal, said: "Our students have achieved a strong
  • Students at Lodge Park Academy are celebrating another year of outstanding A-Level and vocational results. Alison Hayes, Principal, said: “Last year the academy celebrated our best set of results in
  • Skegness Grammar School students were greeted by a raft of impressive results when they found out the outcomes of their A-Levels earlier today. The grammar school achieved an impressive number of As
  • Lodge Park Academy has claimed victory at this year’s Northamptonshire County Challenge, an annual competition for local secondary schools. The challenge, which is aimed at Key Stage 3 students,
  • As part of a unique partnership with the University of Cambridge and the University of Lincoln, a group of budding archaeologists from two DRET secondary academies recently took part in a week-long


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