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Principal’s Blog 22nd May – The Hazeley Way

We are currently sailing a sea of change in terms of our education landscape and whilst the horizon looks far from clear (new assessments and GCSE grading’s, new specifications, less funding, teacher recruitment concerns) what remains stable and consistent is the 1400 plus students who arrive each and every day at Hazeley. There is also nothing more rewarding than meeting with ex-Hazeley students and hearing how well they have progressed. Almost every conversation contains one of 2 things: The highly positive relationships with staff with anecdotes such as “do you remember when” . How being organised and self-sufficient at school has helped prepare them for life beyond the gates. Read more...

Principal's Welcome

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Welcome to the Hazeley Academy The Hazeley Academy opened its doors to a small cohort of students in 2005 and is now an established successful Secondary school and Sixth Form with over 1500 students aged 11-18. We are proud of the consistently excellent examination results achieved at Hazeley and work hard to ensure students also gain the personal qualities of Character, Confidence and Creativity needed to make a success in adult life. We measure this success not only on academic results but on what Hazeley students go on to achieve after leaving the academy.
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Mr T Nelson
Principal
 
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Key dates

Monday May 22nd 2017 - Week B
Friday 5th May – Thursday 29th June GCSE & ‘A’ Level Public Exam
  • Top 10 tips to support your child through their exams - click here
Advance notice:
  • Monday 5th June INSET DAY
  • Thursday 8th June – Monday 12th June French Exchange at Hazeley
  • Friday 9th June – Saturday 10th June DofE Expedition – Year 9
  • Friday 9th June Drop Down Day
Key dates can be found here
 
Students must be on site by 8.35am, giving 5 minutes for movement time from their lockers to their form room. With this in mind, our gates are closed at 8.35am and students arriving after this time should enter via the main entrance to the Academy.  Students are expected to be in their tutor rooms, by 8.40am, each morning, when a bell will sound, after this, students are marked as  late. Students entering the Academy after 8.35am via the main entrance will be marked late and will receive a detention after school for 30 minutes the next school day.
 

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Houses - there are 4 houses in The Hazeley Academy.

House points at the beginning of February 2017 are:
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Cobra Blue CA Mrs Lloyd-Jones: Director of Confidence 1050
Colossus Red CS Mr Whitbread: Progress Leader Year 9 650
Enigma Yellow EA Miss Woollard: Progress Leader Year 10 960
Victory Green VY Mr Mullane: Progress Leader Year 8 770
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Character, Confidence, Creativity

The character to make the right choices
The confidence to seize the opportunities that life provides
The creativity to come up with the best possible solutions
 

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The latest/current edition of the newsletter is available to view here.  

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Keep up-to-date with the latest information about your child(ren) such as achievement, behaviour and attendance.
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Hazeley's new SMSC blog!
The blog can be found here.

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Recruitment / Vacancies

The Hazeley Academy teaching staff recruitment page can be found here.
The Hazeley Academy support staff recruitment page can be found here.
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Do you want to train to teach?
Please contact the school's ITT professional tutor Miss A. Thistlewood via email here.
For further information about the training partners we work with please click here

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The Hazeley Academy snow plan - click here

Contact Us

Contact information for staff - click here