Students were bursting with joy and overwhelmed with relief when they received their A-level results this morning (Thursday).
A high-flying North Somerset school is hoping to replace a ‘dilapidated’ 1950s building with a state-of-the-art science and technology block.
As the Seagulls toast the success of academy product Bradley Ash, who secured a professional contract this month, Dominic Booth finds a club connecting with its community.
A Churchill Academy and Sixth Form student has won first prize in a prestigious speaking competition.
A QUIRKY quiz has led to students donating one million grains of rice in support of the World Food Programme (WFP).
Politically-minded students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form put forward some compelling arguments in the final of the Dr Liam Fox North Somerset Schools debating competition.
A new headteacher has been chosen at Churchill Academy and Sixth Form, after it was announced that long-serving current head Dr Barry Wratten will retire at the end of 2015.
A-Level technology students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form presented their creative final projects to cider-maker Thatchers last week.
Students from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form took part in a ‘sublime’ concert with the Bristol Cathedral Choir School last week.
More than 150 talented dancers from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form put on a spectacular show at The Playhouse, Weston.
STUDENTS at Churchill Academy and Sxith Form have been voting to create a new sixth form council.
An AUDIENCE of more than 1,000 people saw children from schools across North Somerset take part in a two-night dance extravaganza at Weston’s Playhouse last week.
A GOSPEL choir from Churchill Academy and Sixth Form wowed the audience at Wells Cathedral during their latest concert.
MORE than 200 students at Churchill Academy and Sixth Form have signed up to take part in the challenging Duke of Edinburgh awards scheme this year.
Students at Churchill Academy and Sixth Form were given the chance to try out a new sport with Britain’s fastest snowboarder on Friday.
SEVEN talented youngsters took part in the Churchill Music! Young Musician of the Year competition on Monday.
DAZZLING outfits, sailor suits and an array of impressive music wowed an audience at Churchill Academy and Sixth Form’s cabaret.
ONE North Somerset secondary school was overtaken by blue avatars, ancient warriors and toy soldiers as part of its annual fancy dress parade.
PUPILS at Churchill Academy and Sixth Form received a sports session with a difference as part of the Sky Sports Living For Sports project.
THE most talented dancers from Churchill Sixth Form and Academy showcased their best moves at the Young Dancer Of The Year event.