‘A high quality learning environment’
‘An uncompromising commitment to every child achieving and being successful’
‘The pupil at the heart of the Academy’
The House System
The House System and Vertical Tutoring reflect our commitment to ensuring that every child is known, valued, and supported.
Churchill House comprises of staff from three different curriculum areas: Science, Technology and ICT. The House name was chosen by pupils and the pupils designed the house logo. We have ten different forms in the house and these are also named after famous people associated with British Inventions and scientific discoveries. We are affiliated to Scott Polar Museum and all
Fitzwilliam House comprises of staff from three different curriculum areas: Performing Arts, Languages and English. The House name was chosen by pupils and the pupils designed the house logo. We have ten different forms in the house and these are also named after famous people associated with the arts, literature and languages. We are affiliated to Fitzwilliam museum and all
Attenborough House comprises of staff from two different curriculum areas: Maths, and Humanities. The House name was chosen by pupils and the pupils designed the house logo. We have ten different forms in the house and these are named after endangered species of the British Isles, see if you can identify them from the pictures below them click
The Pursuit of Excellence
North Cambridge Academy is the newest venture for CMAT which opened in September 2013.
With a £10 million rebuild project due to start this year and complete in September 2015, our facilities will be amongst the newest and finest in the city. However, we are not just building a new school we are helping to build the future of every pupil who comes here.
As well as the strong focus on raising standards you would naturally expect, we also aim to offer a range of additional experiences and opportunities which recognise the strengths of young people as individuals.
By introducing our vertical tutoring system, we are creating a structure which brings together pupils from years 7 to 11 in tutor groups. These groups have a senior tutor and curriculum leader who understand the needs of every individual pupil.
Every tutor group is part of one of our three houses: Fitzwilliam, Churchill and Attenborough. We are passionate about extending learning opportunities beyond the school walls and one way in which we are doing this is linking every house to a Cambridge museum as part of an ongoing partnership with Cambridge University.Our Values