Behaviour Expectations

Everybody has the right to learn, to be respected, to feel safe and to be fairly treated. At Nightingale Community Academy all students are expected to:

Be Ready to Learn

  • Be on time, use the clock or wear a watch
  • Use mobile devices appropriately
  • Eat and drink in appropriate places
  • Dress appropriately

Be Respected

  • Stay for the whole session
  • Use appropriate language
  • Look after the buildings, displays and equipment
  • Listen to others and expect to be listened
  • Keep hands, feet and personal comments to yourself

Be Safe

  • Follow the rules for health and safety
  • Be in the right place at the right time

We’re excited to begin our partnership with Orchard Hill College Academy Trust, together working towards positive outcomes for our students

Andre Bailey, Headteacher

Latest News

Fame for our Oxford Sandy and Black Pigs!

Our Farm Manager, Josh, switched farm for screen recently when he turned his hand to writing for the official Oxford Sandy and Black Pig Group website. The group’s site gives in-depth information all about these beautiful pigs, and Tom contributed a …

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Christmas Celebrations

Festivities were in full flow last week at Nightingale Community Academy. Students celebrated by wearing their favourite Christmas jumpers and having Christmas lunch! Christmas snacks and goods went down extremely well and raffle tickets were selling like hot cakes! Headteacher …

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Trip to Greenwich Royal Observatory!

Students from Nightingale Community Academy visited Greenwich Royal Observatory. Students Bradley and Brandon did a write up on the trip: We left the school grounds and went to Tooting Bec Station. We took the London Underground to Bank and the DLR …

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Annual Trip to Jamie’s Farm!

Students from Nightingale Community Academy returned to Jamie’s Farm after such a successful trip last year. Jamie’s Farm is a provider who offer ‘farming, family and therapy’ through a short residential stay and follow up programme. Their aim is to re-engage …

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