Term 3 will end at 3pm on Friday 12th February.
Term 4 will begin at 8.50am on Monday 22nd February.
Year 8 Guided Pathways Evening will be on Thursday 11th February at 6.30pm
The next Parent Student Progress Meeting will be held on Tuesday 23rd February between 3pm and 5pm. Appointments can be made directly with the teachers via email.
Police in Hastings are seeking a man who attacked a young schoolgirl on a footpath on The Ridge, between approximately 4.00pm and 4.12pm on the 26th of January.
Year 11 Consultation Evening will be held on Thursday 28th January from 4pm to 6pm.
Young Carers Awareness Day is a national day of recognition for the 700,000 young carers in the UK who work around the clock providing care and support to family and friends.
The next Parent/Student Progress Meeting will take place on Tuesday 19th January, 3pm to 5pm. Appointments can be made directly with the teacher via email.
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Students have raised £786 for Great Ormond Street by holding a charity event and having a non-school uniform day.
A good education lasts a lifetime, therefore selecting the right school for your child is undoubtedly one of the most important decisions you will have to make, so as well as browsing through our website, I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to come and visit The Hastings Academy where you can meet our talented students as well as our highly skilled and committed team of staff.
As the Principal, I feel incredibly privileged to be leading such a friendly and vibrant school that has state of the art facilities which include innovative learning spaces within our new building, extensive IT provision, outstanding sports facilities that boasts a 3G floodlit football pitch and an extensive range of extra curricula clubs to meet the needs and interests of all of our students.
One of the many strengths of the Hastings Academy is the Schools within Schools model. This enables the tutors to give the essential care, guidance and support which is so important in ensuring that every single student realises and then exceeds their potential, and in doing so, developing within them, the necessary skills and attributes required to succeed in their post 16 studies and in the 21st century workplace.
The Academy's motto, PRIDE Through Success, stands for Potential, Respect, Innovation, Determination and Excellence and this applies equally to all of the Academy's staff as well as to its students.
Here at The Hastings Academy we take great PRIDE in investing in all of our staff through a variety of professional development programmes that aim to provide a culture of lifelong learning, continuity and succession planning.
The Hastings Academy achieved a ‘Good’ in its last inspection and it is my unequivocal determination that we build on the strengths and past successes by working in close partnership with the students, parents and carers and the wider community in providing a fully inclusive first class education.