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Our latest newsletter is now available on our website, covering a busy Half Term 5!


Congratulations to our four Sixth Form students who successfully secured IGY Scholarships! 🎉Your commitment to innovation and academic excellence mirrors the pioneering spirit of the world's greatest innovators. We can't wait to see the great things you achieve! 🌟 🎓


📚 Exam Season Has Begun! 📚We want to wish all students the very best in their exams. As you continue on this journey, embrace your potential and show the world what you're capable of. We are proud of each one of you! ⭐#ExamSeason


Coding Club's using Minecraft to teach programming at the moment - excellent turnout today as they write code to create a castle


Great parent session with GamCare this evening looking at the complexities of gaming and gambling for our young people. One parent said “really appreciate you offering this session: makes it easier for us parents navigating the complexity of these matters”


Our Student Ambassadors have proudly participated in The Diana Award's Anti-bullying Programme today, demonstrating their commitment to foster a kinder, safer and more inclusive community. 🌟 A huge thank you to The Beaulieu Park School for being such great hosts!


🎉 What a fantastic Eid Celebration Event we had today! A massive thank you to everyone who joined us, creating a truly joyful atmosphere and warm community spirit. A special thanks to Unitas Communications for their generous contribution. 🌟#EidAlFitr2024


We begin our community celebrations Eid Mubarak!


Recruiting now! HATO prioritises excellent behaviour systems, so that teachers have the freedom to teach. Check out the positions available below. Deadline 11/04/24


It was great to welcome families of Year 13 vocational students to the academy tonight to outline the roadmap of the crucial last few weeks of coursework and exams. Nearly there!


From dawn's first whistle to noon's vibrant buzz, our HASJW girls embody the football dream! 🏆 Today showcased skillful dribbles & thrilling goals ⚽


We were lucky to hear from lots of inspirational women, and the careers panel and tour were a great chance to hear the backgrounds of those working in tech and their advice for our girls. It has given them lots of motivation - thanks to all who made it a special day! (4/4)


...We then had a chance to try some of the exciting tech that Microsoft are developing, such as generative AI coding tools and augmented reality headsets. Minecraft was even used to teach about responsible AI! 💻🎮 (3/4)


We started with an inspirational speech by , which highlighted some remarkable innovations by women that were not given due credit in their time. The current stats are still sobering - yet the optimism in the talk really motivated our girls and set up the day (2/4)


Rise and shine! 🌟 The HASJW Girls are out on the field, kicking off their day with a football session before school. Passion, dedication, and drive in every move. Here's to breaking barriers and making every goal count! ⚽️


Proud to support our sister school and the Headteacher of Primary Emily Smith. Please do sign up, every little helps.


Our Year 12 and 13 IT students were very lucky to get to spend today at the legendary . We had a tour of Lord's, learned about The Hundred's digital marketing strategy, and did a rebranding exercise. Thanks to for making it happen!🏏


Today's the first day of mock exams for our Year 11 cohort. Plenty of flash cards being swapped at lunch and friends testing each other on the content - really good to see. Tomorrow is English Lan, DT, and Biology! ✏️ 🎓


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We've been shortlisted in the Trust Collaboration category in the MAT Excellence Awards for our partnership with the , encompassing all curriculum subjects across all 32 secondary schools!Watch our video case studies:

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Student Leadership

We strongly value opportunities that enable our students to grow and develop as young leaders. We believe every student should have regular opportunities to contribute to the direction of the academy and we are proud to be responsive and listen to our students concerns and ambitions. During the Autumn term each year, a large number of our students put themselves forward to be our official leaders and apply to join the Student Council as a Student Ambassador. 

The Student Council Struture

The Student Council consists of select students from each year group. These students are our year group ambassadors. The Student Council is led by our two Student Presidents who are in year 12. Each year group then has a maximum of 7 ambassadors. 

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Who are the Student Presidents and what do they do?

We are delighted to have Zainab and Sara acting as our Student Presidents this year.  These are some of the roles they will be expected to do:

  • Chair meetings between the ambassadors and other students
  • Take an active part in projects across the 'focus areas' (Charity & Fund Raising, Student Mental Health, Do More enrichment, Environment & Sustainability and Anti-Bullying).
  • Speak in assemblies, parent events and meet with visitors to the school
  • Contribute to the 6th form and be outstanding role models!!

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Who are the Student Ambassadors and what do they do?

Our Student Ambassadors are selected from their year teams by their Head of Year and other staff members after they have submitted a written application. Our Student Ambassadors are extremely passionate about the schools' focus areas and their other duties include:

  • Attend regular meetings to discuss ideas and plan projects to improve provision within the focus areas.
  • Chair meetings with peers and listen to student opinion about relevant matters.
  • Support the school with open-evenings, parent evenings and visitor tours.
  • Speak in assemblies, parent events and meet with visitors to the school.

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What are the Student Council's Focus Areas for 23/24?

Each year the Student Council actively focus on key areas and run projects throughout the year. This year's five focus areas are shown below. The responses we collate from the wider student body via surveys and group interviews are hugely important for us to decide what our focus areas will be. 

  1. Student Mental Health
  2. Charity and Fundraising
  3. Environment and Sustainability
  4. 'Do More' enrichment programme
  5. Anti-Bullying