The Hazeley Academy places a great deal of importance on the relationship between home and the Academy and is looking to find more ways of developing further the lines of home/Academy communication. Should you have any concerns or queries regarding your son or daughter’s progress during their time at the Academy, there are a number of people that you are encouraged to contact to discuss matters further.
Your first point of contact at the Academy is your son or daughter’s Personal Tutor. Should you need to contact the Personal Tutor at any point throughout the year, please do so either by telephone or email. A list of Personal Tutors for 2018-2019 can be found here. When you do contact us, Academy colleagues will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible and, whilst in situations where further investigation may be needed, it is not always possible to reach a conclusion straight away, we will acknowledge receipt of your email or phone call within 48 hours.
Should you have any queries or concerns regarding an academic matter, you are more than welcome to contact the Director of the relevant Faculty to discuss your concerns directly, rather than contacting your son or daughter’s Personal Tutor. In certain circumstances, you may wish to contact your son or daughter’s Progress Leader who works closely with their team of Personal Tutors to ensure all students feel safe, secure and happy and are ready to learn every day. Contact details for our Senior Staff and Progress Leaders can be found below:
|Deputy Principal – Curriculum||Mrs L Baldwin||Email click here|
|Deputy Principal – Pastoral/Director of Confidence||Mr S Healy||Email click here|
|Deputy Principal – Teaching and Learning||Mrs G Williamson||Email click here|
|Assistant Principal – 6th Form & Pathways||Mrs B Mayles||Email click here|
|Assistant Principal – Standards & Data||Mr S Whitney||Email click here|
|Director of Maths & Computing||Mr M Sheppee||Email click here|
|Director of Science||Mrs C Haupt||Email click here|
|Director – Teaching Learning and Standards||Mrs E Jobling||Email click here|
|Holistic Education||Miss L McKenzie||Email click here|
|Director KS3 Behaviour||Mr O Mortimer||Email click here|
|Lead Practitioner- Data||Mr S Livsey||Email click here|
|Professional Tutor ITT & NQT (Lead Practitioner)||Miss A Thistlewood||Email click here|
|SenCo||Mrs J Hearty||Email click here|
|Progress Leader, Year 7||Mr A Hughes||Email click here|
|Progress Leader, Year 8||Mr A Soper|
|Progress Leader, Year 9||Mr O Mortimer||Email click here|
|Progress Leader, Year 10||Mr M Monte||Email click here|
Progress Leader, Year 11
|Mr G Edwards||Email click here|
|Assistant (Head of 6th Form)||Mr N Robins||Email click here|
|Principal||Mr T Nelson||Contact via: Principal’s Office Administrator – Miss E Cooke|
|Senior Deputy Principal||Miss T Whiteman||Contact via: Principal’s Office Administrator – Miss E Cooke|
Our advice to students on their journey to and from the academy remains the same:
- Walk/cycle with a friend or group of friends where possible.
- Walk directly home, do not hang around on the redways or underpasses.
- If you’re getting picked up, wait in the place you’ve agreed with the person collecting you.
- If you see anything that’s suspicious or that worries you, tell an adult in your house or someone at school.
- If you arrive home and mum/dad/carer are still at work; send them a text to let them know you have arrived home safely.
- Make sure your phone is charged
- Don’t talk to strangers or people you don’t personally know.