Archive for: March 2017

  • BACA Students Wins National Citizens Service Award

    Date: March 30th 2017

    Future Foundations has named  Brighton Aldridge Community Academy students Caspian Armani, Keeley Wade and Rebecca Farley winners of their ‘National Citizens Service Award’ at its annual awards ceremony.

    Future Foundations and the Wellington Leadership Institute are committed to supporting and celebrating young people who are working on innovative social action projects across the globe. The award recognised the students’ work on a local for their Community Hub and Café project. Theaward – supported by the NCS Trust – recognises the social impact of the projects that young people have created during their participation in a Future Foundations programme.

  • Callum Wins Individual Impact Award

    Date: March 30th 2017

    Future Foundations, an independent training organisation with a mission is to inspire young people to achieve their full potential and become leaders in their lives and within society, named UTC@harbourside student Callum Beers as the national winner of their Individual Impact Award at their Annual Awards ceremony on March 25th.

    Callum’s award  was open to members of Global Social Leaders Societies they have established and  assessed on criteria including measurable impact to date on the community, the student’s personal growth, learning/knowledge and skills gained, and creating a sustainable social action project involving other people and/organisations.

  • Darwen Vale Football Team Makes Cup Final

    Date: March 15th 2017

    Congratulations to the Year 7 football team at Darwen Vale who have made the BDSSA Town Cup Final after beating Pleckgate High School 4-3.

  • DACA Sixth Form Recognised For Outstanding Progress

    Date: March 8th 2017

    The sixth form at Darwen Aldridge Community Academy has received a certificate for the outstanding progress of its A-level performance.

    The certificate is recognised by both the Department for Education and Ofsted and was given by the Alps student-centered aspirational tracking system for progression and achievement.

    Alps analysed 2,580 schools and colleges’ A-level examination results from over the period of 2013-16. The analysis showed that DACA has achieved and maintained a consistently high level of performance in it’s A-level results for three years and is in the top 25 per cent of A-level providers in the country.

  • Work By DACA Student Is To Be Published

    Date: March 3rd 2017

    A big congratulations to Darwen Aldridge Academy sixth form student Khatijah Balu whose work has been published in the Young Writers Welcome to Wonderland special anthology.