23 February 2021

Tarleton Academy Official Lead School for STEM Learning's ENTHUSE Partnership

Tarleton Academy are delighted to announce that they are now the official Lead School for STEM Learning's ENTHUSE Partnership, inspiring excellence in STEM across the Trust.

1 February 2021

Around the World Fitness Challenge

Today we are launching our around the world fitness challenge.

2 December 2020

Tarleton Academy's Christmas Messages - Queenscourt Hospice

We are pleased to announce that Tarleton Academy have their very own 'Lights of Love' Christmas tree which allows you to share Christmas wishes in a COVID safe way whilst also supporting Queenscourt Hospice.

2 December 2020

Queenscourt Hospice 'Lights of Love' Service 2020

Tarleton Academy were delighted to be able to take part in the Queenscourt ‘Lights of Love Service’.

21 August 2020

GCSE Results Day 2020

Tarleton Academy students delighted and relieved to finally receive their GCSE results!

16 March 2020

Latest Updates

Please see the 'Latest News' webpage for Corona Virus Information For Parents.

24 February 2020

RAF Careers Opportunity

Due to our involvement with the RAF Careers Service over recent years, our students have been offered an early opportunity to sign up for a careers event to be held at RAF Woodvale, Formby, on 31st March, 1 & 2nd April, 2020.  

18 February 2020

Local Academy Council Experience The School In Action

On Valentine's Day we welcomed the Local Academy Council into school today to see the school in action.

11 February 2020

What a great iDEA!

The first Year 8 & Year 9 students achieve the Bronze iDEA Badge in Computer Science

11 February 2020

Another Year Of Success For Tarleton Academy

Tarleton Academy is reflecting on another year of success after receiving official confirmation of the superb GCSE examination results last summer.

10 January 2020

Youth Sport Trust - 'Lancashire Active Healthy Minds' Project

Active Healthy Minds is a package of support to help students build confidence, manage physical and emotional wellbeing and achieve their potential in School and in life through physical activity and life skills. The programme uses physical activity to reduce the stress and anxiety of students to support improvements in academic attainment, and to increase understanding of stress and anxiety disorders affecting young people and the role of being active as a mechanism for reducing their prevalence.