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city academy

n
(in England and Wales) a type of secondary school funded partly by the government and partly by private finance
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Unity City Academy in Middlesbrough dropped from 26% of students gaining five A* to C grades last year to just 19.
Jason Strange's side kick off their campaign against Ireland and go on to face Georgia before the final group game against New Zealand: Wales v Ireland, today, 5:30pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium; Wales v Georgia, June 11, 3:45pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium; New Zealand v Wales, June 15, 5:30pm, AJ Bell Stadium.
The new advanced apprenticeship programme in leisure management was devised by Middlesbrough Council's Community Learning Service and delivered by Unity City Academy.
HARRIS City Academy was a failing school 22 years ago.
TWO players from Golcar Juniors Under 12s are on the verge of signing for Manchester City Academy team.
THIS is the first look at plans for a new city academy which may replace Sidney Stringer School.
A private company said yesterday it is in talks with the Government about ending its sponsorship of a city academy.
Mr Knight said the privately-run city academy in Kensington, was "an incredible example of what can be achieved when you combine creativity and imagination with the right resources and planning.
Education ministers will be told tomorrow to ditch plans for a new City Academy in Blyth for fear it will destroy the existing new community college.
Each city academy is seeking pounds 2 million in sponsorship which will be put into a trust fund and used for the benefit of pupils in the school, with the aim of countering disadvantage and deprivation.
Today, those dreams are in tatters and a whiff of scandal hangs over the whole city academy project.
A CONTROVERSIAL city academy will be built on Merseyside despite opposition from education officials.