Welcome to John Whitgift Academy

John Whitgift Academy is a fully inclusive, caring academy which promotes community and social cohesion based on the simple principles of courtesy, co-operation, tolerance and mutual respect.

We demand personal excellence from students of all ages and abilities, providing them with the necessary support to become responsible citizens.

John Whitgift Academy is committed to providing an innovative, enterprising and energising curriculum with a variety of enrichment opportunities for all.

We offer each student a personalised and dynamic learning pathway with opportunities for early entry and national accreditation. Read More 

 

 

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  • High flyers visit Oxford University

    19th April 2016

    On March 2nd twelve JWA pupils from the Most Able cohort went to the University of Oxford to experience what it would be like to study there. During the day pup... » Read More

  • The Wright Stuff event at CATCH Immingham

    12th April 2016

    Year 11 students Mollie Cutler and Rebecca Parle attended The Wright Stuff event at CATCH Immingham on the 5th April. The event was organised by 'Soaring  Ambit... » Read More

  • JWA Teaching and Learning Bulletin

    22nd March 2016

    Welcome to the first edition of the JWA Teaching & Learning Bulletin. The aim is for these to be published half termly and be a platform of sharing, collaborati... » Read More

  • Easter youth activities from YPNEL

    21st March 2016

    Youth Partnership - North East Lincs will be bringing youth activities to the borough for the Easter holidays.Dates, times and locations are as follows:29th Mar... » Read More

  • World Book Day and Readathon

    3rd March 2016

    World book day fever hit John Whitgift Academy on 3rd March when staff dressed as their favourite literary characters to help celebrate authors, illustrators, ... » Read More

  • Box Clever visit JWA

    29th February 2016

    Box Clever visited John Whitgift Academy on Wednesday 24th February to perform Romeo and Juliet for all of year 10 and a selection of year 9 students. This was ... » Read More