Dixons Allerton Academy


The Academy was officially opened by Chef James Martin, click here to see a gallery of images from the day.


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

18 September 2014, 11:20 am

Tuesday September 23rd, 4.30pm til 7.00pm The workshops: Keeping young people safe online – a discussion Reading for enjoyment – tips and ideas on how to support reading at home Online resources – where to go, other than Google for accurate information Plus you will get the chance to: Meet the Heads of Houses and […]

3 June 2014, 7:36 am

Our journey started with a seed of an idea, a small group of students interested in volunteering at a local care home that has residents with dementia. Wonderful intergenerational relationships blossomed between students and residents. Working on art activities, memory place mats were designed and professionally made, branching out to work with Meri Yadin (Asian […]

20 May 2014, 10:14 am

This year’s Speaker’s School Council Awards have selected  Allerton Academy council’s project Memory Mats as highly commended in the 11 -16 category. This year, the competition received over 700 entries so we would like to congratulate your students on receiving this special recognition from the judges. This is what the Judges had to say; “On behalf of the Speaker of the House of […]

31 March 2014, 12:08 pm

Students from this school took part in the BBC’s school report this year and you can see the results below. Click here for more on BBC School Report at Dixons Allerton.

Message from the Principal

Message from the Principal

I am delighted to welcome you to our website. As a Dixons Academy, our mission is simple: we celebrate diversity, have high aspirations for the future and relentlessly focus on the highest standards of student achievement. As a result, achievement rates are rising quickly. This rise has been faster than the national rate of improvement over a sustained period and this trend is set to continue.

Through our vertical House system we promote traditional values of respect, caring for each other and self-discipline, while celebrating the Academy’s diverse talents, abilities and cultures. We welcome all our students and their families and strive for a cohesive community where everyone is valued no matter what their background, culture or faith.

We have been housed in our new all-through building since September 2013 with the very best facilities for our students from age 3 to 19 - and a high quality environment to deliver 21st Century learning. This is an exciting time to join our Academy. All our children, from the age of 3 onwards, will be cared for and nurtured so that they make rapid progress and grow into caring and responsible young adults.