Day Structure

Each student at Endeavour Academy starts their day in registration/period 1 followed by 7 lessons broken up by a morning break and lunch as follows:

Day Structure

Period / BreakTimings
Registration 08:45AM – 09:00AM

Period 1

9.00AM – 9.45AM
Period 209:45AM – 10.30AM
Break10.30AM – 10:40AM
Period 310:40AM – 11:25AM
Period 411:25AM – 12.10PM
Lunch 12.10PM –  12.40PM
Period 512.40PM – 1.30PM
Period 61.30PM – 2:20PM
Tutor Time2.20PM – 2.30PM
  

End of the School Day

Period 7:

After School / Intervention

2.30PM

3.00PM – 4.00PM

TUTOR GROUPSRegistration Groups

We have 4 teaching sets;

Dixon – Mr Christian (Maths)

Our tutor group namesake – Jeramiah Dixon was an astronomer born in Cockfield.  He was a skilled mathematician, calculating, predicting and problem solving being skills he transferred to a career as a surveyor. 

Hackworth – Dr Cornish (Science)

Our tutor group namesake – Timothy Hackworth was an engineer who lived in Shildon.  Hackworth was one of the team who investigated steam traction and he played a key role in the design of the Stephenson locomotive using applied science skills to identify solutions to meet the needs of society in his days.  

Browning – Mr Cullen (English)

Our tutor group namesake – Elizabeth Barret Browning was a poet who was born in Coxhoe, County Durham.  As well as gaining great success from her published work, she was a campaigner for the abolition of slavery.  

Sharp – Miss Stock (Citizenship)

Our tutor group namesake – Granville Sharpe was born in Durham in 1735, he was one of the first British campaigners for the abolition of the slave trade. He also involved himself in trying to correct other social injustices. 

Teaching Groups

Click here for full details on the Endeavour Academy teaching groups TUTOR GROUPS

After School

We run a number of after school clubs during the week:

Drama Club (Tuesday)

Eco Club (Tuesday and Thursday)

School Council

School Council meets Monday after school.  (During Winter months this will change to a lunch time meeting to take into account dark nights)