Welcome to De Warenne Academy
Welcome to the website for De Warenne Academy. We are a closeknit community and we pride ourselves on knowing our students well and doing our utmost to ensure everyone fulfils their true potential. We are a member of the Delta Academies Trust and serve the communities of Conisbrough and Denaby Main.
We aim to ensure that our students can learn in a safe and supportive environment, where everyone values academic achievement and has a positive attitude to learning. As a result of our journey of rapid improvement, we achieved our best ever GCSE results in 2018, with our students making more progress since summer 2017 than in any other local school.
We strongly encourage our students to take part in a wide range of enrichment activities in order to discover all their strengths and talents. We also regularly organise whole school events and educational visits so that our students have experience of learning beyond the classroom.
Ultimately, we understand that our students are most successful when they feel happy, valued, challenged and supported to achieve their very best. This year we have a new senior leadership team and they, along with our dedicated and talented teachers and support staff, are committed to ensuring the best possible outcomes for every child in our care.
8th October 2018
Members of the Inspirational Learning Group came in to deliver the 2018 National Enterprise Challenge to all Year 8 pupils at De Warenne Aca …
4th October 2018
The application process for current Y6 students who are applying for a place in September 2019 is now open. To apply for a place at&nb …
3rd October 2018
Join us for our open evening on 11th October from 17:30 to 19:30 and enjoy touring our oustanding facilities.
Oct 14 - 6:45pm
Over 500 #gcsepod watched since Tuesday! Are you a #podhead?
Oct 14 - 6:43pm
One of our students has 100% on the numbers section of Hegarty maths and still almost two years to go! Research sho… https://t.co/MibYOkqjQd
Oct 12 - 9:38pm
Great year nine enterprise day today. Thanks to Mr Turton for organising it!