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  • WFA hosts third annual Steps to Success Evening 

    Published 20/11/17

    Thursday 16th November saw the return of our annual Steps to Success combined with Post 16 Information Evening.

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  • WFA supports Northampton Food Bank

    Published 16/11/17

    WFA students, parents and staff generously donated food to the Northampton Food Bank to help Re:Store Northampton provide emergency food packages to families in crisis. 

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  • Steps to Success & Post 16 Information Evening - THURSDAY 16th NOVEMBER

    Published 13/11/17

    On Thursday November 16th we will be holding our combined Steps to Success and Post 16 Options Information Evening between 6.00 - 8.00.

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  • Human Utopia visit Year 9

    Published 29/09/17

    Y9 Students take part in Humanutopia 

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  • Announcing the launch of our new website!

    Published 30/08/17

    We’re excited to announce that our new and refreshed website is live!

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  • Your Character Counts

    Published 30/08/17

    In July 2017, the Trust launched its ‘Your Character Counts’ strategy which places an emphasis on providing opportunities for students to develop important character traits and employability skills. 

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  • GCSE success 2017

    Published 24/08/17

    Pupils at the Weston Favell Academy are celebrating after receiving their results for their GCSE or equivalent courses of study.

    The unvalidated data indicates that for the second consecutive year, results have improved across the board and are again the highest level that the academy and the predecessor school has ever achieved. This improvement is reflective of a change in student ethos and a dedicated and hardworking staff body.

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  • A-level success 2017

    Published 28/06/17

    Students at the Weston Favell Academy are celebrating after receiving their results for their A-level or equivalent courses of study.

    Performance in academic qualifications has once again improved with 78 per cent of students achieving three or more A-levels which is a seven per cent increase from 2016

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