In order to go to Prom 2017 you will need to collect points by attending revision sessions and getting your prom Passport signed by your teachers. Once you have attended 40 revision sessions you can begin to earn money off your Prom, and even end up going for free!
To go to Prom 40 points
To get £5 off 60 points
To get £10 off 80 points
To get £15 off 100 points
To get £20 off 120 points
To go FREE 140 points
These courses are designed for those who do not already have a degree and no previous experience is necessary.
The course will take place at Resort Studios, Cliftonville, Kent, United Kingdom on 13, 20,27 March & 3, 10 April 10.30 – 12.30
To find out more or book a place please contact email@example.com or 01634 888455
Further info: www.kent.ac.uk/communitylearning
Dear Parents and Carers of year 12 students,
The University of Surrey is offering an exciting, wide ranging programme of residential summer schools for students interested in finding out more about university study.
The residential summer schools are FREE to eligible students, students interested please see Miss Palmer in sixth form for more information or click the link below.
Places are limited and deadline for applications is 22 March 2017.
We look forward to seeing you at year 8 Parents Evening on Wednesday 8th February from 16:00 – 18:00.
Please book appointments.
Mr Morton, Head of Year 8.
We are very proud of our sixth form sports student Chloe Williams who won the young official of the year award and will be officiating at the World Championships in London this summer.
She was recently interviewed at English Athletics where she told reporters "Officiating has helped me improve as a person because I have become more confident and stopped second guessing myself. Before I started officiating I was quite shy and found it difficult to talk to people I didn’t know. But now I have grown in confidence and can talk to people with confidence."
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Hartsdown has launched a year 11 breakfast club to support year 11 during this very important part of their school career.
A group of our students have been given the opportunity to take part in Challenger Troop. During their time with Challenger Troop they will have amazing opportunities to develop their leadership and team building through outdoor learning.
This is an opportunity that we are hoping to extend to more students over coming years.
On the 3rd of November, as part of the school’s STEM initiative to engage students in the possibilities available to them in the technology and engineering sectors, 13 Hartsdown Academy year 8 students took the short trip to King Ethelbert School to take part in a ‘Faraday Challenge’.
The event is run by the Institute of Engineering and Technology and gives the students the opportunity to research, design and make prototype solutions to genuinely tough engineering problems.
Throughout the day the students were required to use their imagination and ingenuity to tackle a series of challenges. Our year 8 students were a great credit to Hartsdown Academy, taking on the challenge with a positive attitude and working fantastically well as a team throughout the day.
At the end of the day students had to present their ideas to the other contestants and the judges, a daunting task but one which our students rose to with aplomb with.
The STEM professional running the day complimented them on their ideas and teamwork and the feedback from students was very positive with many students noting that they are now more likely to pursue a career in engineering.
Year 11 parents are strongly advised to attend this essential study support session on Wednesday 16 November from 4.30pm to 7.00pm.
Valuable guidance and advice for revision and coursework from all subject staff will be available including revision tips, revision resources and more…
Year 11 Study Support Evening
Year 11 students and families are invited to attend our ‘Sixth Form Open Evening’ Thursday 10 November from 6.30pm onwards.
Please take the opportunity to see our sixth form centre in action, meet our friendly staff and students and ask questions.