Located between Rawcliffe and Clifton in York, Vale of York Academy (formerly Canon Lee School) opened in 1941 as a flagship community school; one of the first in the area to have specialist science and technology labs. At that time, the school was at the forefront of innovation, challenge and aspiration. Today the school has around 750 pupils, and has seen numerous changes. In February 2017 the school entered an exciting new era as Vale of York Academy, a sponsored academy under the Hope Learning Trust. It has seen a change in leadership, a change of uniform and a new school ethos: “Always giving their best”.
Vale of York officially joined Hope Learning Trust on 1st April 2017
Vale of York Academy
Rawcliffe Drive, Clifton, York, YO30 6ZS
Principal: Mr Toby Eastaugh
Tel: 01904 560000
Our lovely partner school, @BurtonG_Primary, just keeps getting better! The transformation over the last few years has been amazing, and now they have a beautiful community garden too! yorkpress.co.uk/news/18799546…
So wonderful to see young people in the Trust serving others and living lives to the full. Well done Joe and Harry! twitter.com/valeofyorkcomc…
Huge thank you to @AngloAmerican for providing every student at @georgepindarsch, our partner school in Scarborough, with a scientific calculator. They, and we, are overwhelmed with your generosity thescarboroughnews.co.uk/educ…
Our partner school @manorceacademy is looking for a Teacher of English. The ideal candidate will be focused on delivering high quality teaching and learning in English at #KS3 and #KS4, and have a passion for working with young people. Closes tomorrow! buff.ly/2GrrkXd
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