David Ross Education Trust

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The David Ross Education Trust’s (DRET) second annual music...
Pupils from Falconer’s Hill Academy paid a special visit to Lincoln...


  • Pupils from Eastfield Academy and Cedar Road Primary School spent an adventurous week on a residential in Aberdovey, Wales. Activities throughout the week included a voyage on the Irish Sea, mountain
  • The David Ross Education Trust’s (DRET) second annual music competition brought together some of the most talented musicians from across the network’s secondary academies. The event, which was held
  • Pupils from Falconer’s Hill Academy paid a special visit to Lincoln Castle to see the famous ‘Magna Carta.’ The 800 year old document, which is said to have marked a key turning point for freedom and
  • Thousands of pounds were awarded to talented students across the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) as the sixth round of Odey Scholarships have been announced. Thanks to the generosity of Mr Crispin
  • Students from Havelock Academy and Humberston Academy were inspired by a visit from Olympic swimmer, Sophie Allen. The students, who were from the academies' swimming teams, took part in a
  • To coincide with the General Election, pupils and students from across the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) have been learning about democracy during their own election themed activities. Ballot
  • British Commonwealth silver medalist, William Sharman, visited pupils at Rockingham Primary School to inspire them to never give up on their dreams. The 110m hurdler, who grew up in Corby, delivered
  • A student from Skegness Grammar School will be travelling to China to represent Europe in the Chinese Table Tennis Super League. Tom Jarvis, a Year 10 student, was selected for the team by an
  • Students from some of the David Ross Education Trust's (DRET) secondary academies have been experiencing what it would be like to go on trial, during workshops run by the Kalisher Trust. Working in
  • Students from Charles Read Academy attended the world premiere of a song cycle by renowned conductor and composer, Ronald Corp OBE. Premiered at the University of Hull, ‘Fields of the Fallen,’ was a


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