Latest News
  • Themed around Space Week, our LRC and English department have a Sci-Fi reading recommendation! Read more 01:30 PM - 23rd January, 2019
  • Day two of Space Week saw our Year 8 students attending a talk by Professor David Bacon about dark matter and how our universe works. Read more 12:59 PM - 23rd January, 2019
  • A reminder about our Student and Parent Careers Workshops, the first session of which starts this Thursday. We only have a few spaces remaining, so if you are interested please get in contact with either Mr Purnell or Ms Panou-King. Thank you! Read more 12:53 PM - 22nd January, 2019
  • Space Week has kicked off fantastically today with students from Year 9 attending a talk by Professor Jim Al-Khalili! The discussion focussed on our universe and the search for life on other planets. Read more 09:32 AM - 22nd January, 2019
  • It's time for ! This time we've themed it around Space Week, so our word is: "Vast". Read more 03:00 PM - 21st January, 2019
  • Please remember rehearsals for "Annie" will be until 5pm after school on Mondays and Thursdays, with additional rehearsals on Sundays. Any questions, please contact Miss Elliot or Mrs Stokes. Read more 02:00 PM - 21st January, 2019
  • Tickets for our production of "Annie" go on sale from today! Tickets for the show will be on sale from Monday 21st January (Adults = £5 / Concessions = £3) using the booking form, or on the door on show night (subject to availability). Read more 01:18 PM - 21st January, 2019
  • Space Week 2019: Selected students from Year 7 will be visiting the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium on Wednesday 23rd January! Read more 12:09 PM - 18th January, 2019
  • "If children understand the importance of regular attendance from an early age, it helps them to maintain that attitude throughout their school life and into their work life." - Find out more about their campaign: Read more Read more 09:30 AM - 18th January, 2019
  • Space Week 2019: ‘Ever Wondered Why?’ is a large-scale, live and interactive physics show for pupils developed by the Stimulating Physics Network. Read more 12:03 PM - 17th January, 2019
  • More information about Space Week! Challenges will be available during Space Week for students to carry out as part of their space themed science lessons with prizes for the best submitted! Read more 12:22 PM - 16th January, 2019

Welcome from the Headteacher

Welcome to Miltoncross Academy, part of The Kemnal Academies Trust. We are a vibrant and diverse community with high expectations for all our pupils. Our vision is for every member of our school community to FLOURISH. We aim to provide a high quality, innovative education ensuring that every student has the opportunity to fulfil their maximum potential. Our curriculum is built upon a strong academic GCSE core and delivered through creative and engaging teaching.

By choosing Miltoncross Academy, you are investing in a school that is committed to your child achieving, both academically and personally. We are ambitious for our students and we STRIVE to ensure our cornerstones of Self-belief, Teamwork, Respect, Integrity, Values and Excellence are embedded in everyday life within our school community. We have developed significant partnerships with key stakeholders in the local community to enhance students’ understanding of the world and prepare them for their next steps in life. We work hard to maintain a positive school community for all. Miltoncross is an inclusive and accessible school that recognises the importance of exam qualifications and skills at all levels. We provide a safe and secure environment where every student can develop personally whilst being supported by clear discipline policies.

I am extremely proud and privileged to be the head of school for this successful school and I look forward to welcoming you and your child.

You are most welcome to pay us a visit to find out more.

Craig Noble

Head of School