Hayle Academy is committed to providing a full educational experience for ALL students.
We believe that, if students are to benefit from a broad and balanced curriculum in which they achieve their full potential, good attendance is crucial.…
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…
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…
All students at some point during their time here at Hayle Academy will receive music lessons and get the chance to use the fantastic facilities and equipment available in the Music and Drama Centre. Some students will, of course, go onto…
As with any large organisation, Hayle Academy has a series of policies and procedures that help clarify the way we operate. Some of these are statutory, some are advisory and some are individual to our school. A full set is available at the…
Hayle Academy uses the funding from the Pupil Premium Grant to support all vulnerable young people to achieve their full potential. The research to date suggests that schools can make a significant difference to the achievement of these students.…
At Hayle Academy, we are extremely proud of our special educational needs provision and the opportunities and support given to our students with additional needs so that they can experience success, achievement and fulfilment during their time…
At Hayle Academy the student welfare system is designed to provide a caring and structured environment to help all our students achieve their academic potential and to help them develop as considerate and responsible young people. We take the…
Our Supporting Success evenings are vital to support students at different stages of their education journey. With our guidance we hope parents feel empowered to work together in supporting their child so they can maximize their potential.
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
The blazer is optional: students may wear either the school blazer or a plain black V-neck school jumper.
Students may wear plain black trousers or shorts. These should be of the smart/formal tailored style…
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