The Local Authority co-ordinates the admissions process for secondary transfer. Parents should visit the Local Authorities website by clicking on the link below. If you require further information or if you are uncertain about anything please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you have any concerns or questions on your 2020 Exam Results click here
The new GCSE framework has now been implemented and the syllabus for all subjects have changed both in terms of topics covered, the amount of material, and the level of difficulty. In some subjects the content that was previously AS level is now in the new GCSEs. There is no longer any coursework element, and all exams are now taken at the end of Year 11 with no modules being sat during the course. And finally, the grading of GCSEs are now numbers (9-1). An indication of the equivalences to the old system can be seen below:
Once again, Hayle Academy is proud to congratulate students on the achievement of this year’s GCSE cohort. It was a great pleasure on results day to see the smiles and celebrations as the students opened their results envelopes to see the outcome of their hard work. All of their achievements are remarkable and are the product of their commitment over five years of studying. The look of surprise at their own accomplishments is always followed by pride, followed by thanks and gratitude towards the staff for their hard work and support.
Coping with the intensity and pressures of studies and the resilience they have to show over a long period of time along with the adverse circumstances some students have to overcome, is a credit to the students. It is a real tribute to them, the staff and parents who support them, to boost their confidence and motivate them to prove to themselves that they can achieve. The impact of these results will provide them with the opportunity to progress onto the courses they want and they all walk away with a great foundation of knowledge to build on in whichever career pathway they choose.
As an Academy we have achieved the highest number of grade 8 and 9’s and increased achievements have been seen in most subject areas. A special mention to our English, maths, languages, geography and trilogy science who have surpassed last years results. Many students exceeded their targets with a number achieving sets of results all above grade 5.
|53% achieved a standard pass (grade 4+) in English & maths.||30% achieved a strong pass (grade 5+) in English & maths.|
|60% achieved grade 9-4 in English.||68% achieved grade 9-4 in maths.|
|44% achieved grade 9-5 in English.||40% achieved grade 9-5 in maths.|
|Attainment 8 Score: 40.34.||Progress 8 Score: Not available at the present time.|
|8% achieving Grade 9-7 in English & maths.||23% entered for the English Baccalaureate.|
|17% achieved the English Baccalaureate (Grade 4+).||12% achieved the English Baccalaureate (Grade 5+).|
| 99.1% of students stayed in education or employment after key stage 4 (Destinations data 2018).
We are currently unable to offer our hiring facilities due to the current Covid-19 Restrictions
Hayle Academy is constantly improving the facilities and resources used on a daily basis by the students.
As a Community School we already make our school available to a number of local community groups and organisations. Clubs and organisations currently using the schools facilities range from Zumba, athletics club, drama groups, Light of Life community, the Blood Donation Service and various adult education providers.
Facilities available to rent include:
- Both large and small meeting rooms
- Main Hall – lecture style or seating around hexagonal tables
- Main Hall Stage with presentation facilities
- Music suite & practise rooms
- Drama / Dance studio
- ICT Suites & Computer Science Room
- Catering Suite
- Fitness Suite
- Learning Resource Centre – access to reference books and 30 computers
- Variety of different designed classrooms
- Sports Field, including cricket net
- Traversing wall
Why not test us, you never know we may have the facility or room you or your organisation is looking for.
For further information regarding costs and availability, either ring the Academy on 01736 753009 and ask to speak to Dave Quick (Site Manager) or contact us.
Summer Term 2021
Monday 19th April 2021 – Students return for Summer Term
(Half Term Monday 31st May – Friday 4th June 2021)
Wednesday 21st July 2021 – Last day of Summer Term
Thursday 23rd July 2021
Friday 24th July 2021
|Christmas Day||25 December 2021|
|Boxing Day||26 December 2021|
|Bank Hol (in lieu of 25/26 Dec)||27 & 28 December 2021|
|New Year’s Day||1 January 2022|
|Bank Hol (in lieu of 1 Jan)||3 January 2022|
|Good Friday||15 April 2022|
|Easter Monday||18 April 2022|
|Early May Holiday||2 May 2022|
|Spring Bank Holiday||2 June 2022|
|Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday||3 June 2022|
|Summer Bank Holiday||29 August 2022|
|AUTUMN TERM (70 days)|
|6 September – 17 December 2021|
|(Half term 25 – 29 October)|
|SPRING TERM (64 days)|
|4 January – 8 April 2022|
|(Half term 21 – 25 February)|
|SUMMER TERM (61 days)|
|25 April – 26 July 2022|
|(Half term 30 May – 3 June)|
The blazer is optional: students may wear either the school blazer or a plain black V-neck school jumper.
|Trousers||Students may wear plain black trousers or shorts. These should be of the smart/formal tailored style that hold a crease (leggings, jeans, joggers, chinos and less formal styles are not permitted). Alternatively, students may wear a smart, plain black school skirt of an appropriate length (ie close to the knee).|
|Skirt||Smart, plain black school skirt. Skirts should be of appropriate length (20”), close to the knee and with no splits. The two options provided are; 20” 2 button or 20” Charleston design. (See retailers for more information)|
|Shirt||Plain white, long or short sleeved school shirt/blouse. Shirts must be tucked in|
|Tie||Clip on school tie|
|Jewellery||Only a wrist watch and one pair of small silver or gold, studded earrings worn in the ear lobes are allowed. No tongue or other visible piercings or jewellery are permitted.|
|Shoes||Plain black shoes or a plain black trainer/canvas shoe – no visible logos or other markings in any other colours are permitted – must be plain black. High heels or boots are not acceptable.|
|Socks / Tights||Plain black socks (not white, patterned or coloured) or black tights (40 denier)|
|PE Kit||Rugby Shirt: Black & Gold
Shorts / Skorts: Plain black
Socks: Black rugby socks
Trainers: Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Optional items are available from Trophy Textiles (Pool Ind Est.) or Student reception
|Make up||Students should not feel they need to wear makeup. Any makeup worn should be discreet and natural in appearance.|
|Nails||Nail varnish and/or false nails are not allowed.|
|Hair Style||Conventional style, length and in a single natural colour. No extreme hair styles, such as shaved, shaved patterns. Shaved hair should be no shorter than grade 2.|
|Trophy Textiles||Tel: 01209 713341. Address: Unit 2D, Pool Business Park, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Cornwall TR15 3QW Website: www.trophytextiles.co.uk|
|PE Kit||PE kit can be purchased from school at student reception. For details of stock, please contact Karen Hickson at email@example.com or on 01736 753009
PE Kit is also available from Trophy Textiles (contact details above)