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  • Year 11 students at Grimsby’s Humberston Academy, part of the David Ross Education Trust, celebrated their academic achievements when they opened their long-awaited GCSE results today. Humberston
  • Humberston Academy is raising money for the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Inspiration Fund. This fund will help support and enhance our outstanding enrichment programme, designed to encourage
  • Humberston Academy student, George Barber, was delighted to secure the Bailey Drew Memorial Cup at the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Summer Cup – the biggest event within the network’s sporting
  • It has been announced that Rebecca Adlington, two-time Olympic Gold medallist and British sporting icon, will also attend DRET’s 2016 Summer Cup. The Trust-wide event, which takes place in just over
  • This DRET Winter cup was once again a huge attribute to the Trust’s enrichment calendar. The annual competition saw DRET's secondary academies take part in a festival of competitive football and
  • Following Sir Michael Wilshaw's announcement today, Jo Robinson, Sports Enrichment Advisor for the David Ross Education Trust, said: "The David Ross Education Trust's philosophy is that sport has the
  • The Queen’s Baton Relay arrived at six DRET academies in the build up to the Commonwealth Games. The baton has so far travelled over 190,000km through 70 nations and territories and, en-route to
  • Ahead of this year's Commonwealth Games, the Queen’s Baton Relay will be visiting a number of the David Ross Education Trust’s academies in Hull and Grimsby. The Queen's Baton Relay is the
  • Students from Humberston Academy took part in a special nets session with Australian cricketing legend Shane Warne at the home of cricket, Lords. The session was arranged by academy’s sponsor, David
  • Last term the Trust held our second Winter Cup - a festival of competitive sport including football, netball and wheelchair basketball. Wendy Marshall, Chief Executive of the Trust, said at the time

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