Dixons Allerton Academy

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Dixons Allerton Academy's link with the Sahara Children's Home in Kathmandu, Nepal. Click here to read more.


SSAT School Award

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Blogs

28 April 2015, 2:23 pm

Click here to see some pictures from the DofE Silver Training Expedition from April 2015

14 April 2015, 7:32 am

Educational visit to Paris from the 18th to the 22nd May 2015. All students with a clean behaviour record are invited to participate. Students will visit historic sites of Paris, cruise on the river Seine, get a shopping experience, visit the acclaimed Chateau of Versailles and finish off the visit with a visit to Parc […]

20 March 2015, 2:46 am

The academy will be closed to secondary school students for data day on Friday 20th March. The primary school will be open as usual for all students.

10 March 2015, 8:18 am

Mr Currie and Miss Bretton both attended the Telegraph and Argus Teaching Awards on Thursday 5th March. Miss Bretton was highly commended for the Best Newcomer Award and Mr Currie won the Leadership Award. We are all very proud of their achievements. Click here  to see more on the Telegraph and Argus website.

Message from the Principal

Message from the Principal

I am very proud to be the Principal of Dixons Allerton Academy. We have a positive approach and a firm commitment to achieve our goal of becoming an outstanding academy at the heart of our community, where every person is valued. Our vision is to provide high quality education and training, enriched throughout by technology, for the benefit of our students, staff and the wider community of Bradford. As a Dixons Academy, our mission is simple: we celebrate diversity and relentlessly focus on the highest standards of student achievement.

In 2013 we moved into a brand new building with the very best facilities for our students, providing a high quality environment to deliver outstanding learning. In 2013 we also opened our doors to Primary children and will ‘grow’ our primary phases until we are truly all-through in 2019.

At our most recent Ofsted inspection (November 2014), although the academy was judged to require improvement overall, leadership and management were judged to be good, along with the students’ behaviour, safety and the primary provision. The inspection team noted that the quality of teaching, and students’ achievement, is improving and the development of students’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is a strong feature of provision.

Rachel Kidd