We are carrying out the Student Tracker research on behalf of 13 UK universities. The study looks at Sixth Form students’ future plans, what options they’re considering, and their decision-making process. The outcomes of the research will inform universities communications with students.
If you're 16 or over, and in sixth form or equivalent, we would really appreciate you taking part in the survey. We welcome students who are considering university and/or employment.
If you take part, you will enter a prize draw to win £500 in Amazon vouchers.
The survey takes around 10-15 minutes to complete.
You can take part by following this link, or copying and pasting it into your web browser:
The survey is completely confidential – your answers won't be seen by anyone outside the research team. We will never report any responses at an individual level.
If you have any questions about the research, please feel free to contact me.
Many thanks and good luck with the prize draw!
Parents and carers of our year 7 students are invited to attend a review evening on Tuesday 23 May 4.00pm-6.00pm.
Students will be arranging appointments with their teachers in the lead up to the event.
We look forward to seeing you at Hartsdown Academy.
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.
APP for andriod and apple devices avaialable.
The maths department are excited to be introducing the pixl maths app, which can be downloaded onto phones and tablets free of charge, to aid with maths homework and revision for exams and support the work during lessons.
The app gives the students the access to a wealth of video examples and interactive questions which will enhance their understanding and support the progress of each individual. Students have been trialing this app throughout this term and feedback has been extremly positive. We have seen improvement in the engagment in lessons and homework where the app is involved.
Each student has a personal log on which tracks their progress across all the keys areas in mathematics. This gives each student individualised targets and focuses their learning on their own areas for development. The app is free to download and is available on all smartphones, tablets and pc's and only requires internet connection to download and log on.
The PiXl Maths App is designed around the concept of PLC’s, students identify and work on their own personal areas for development. They need to become successful at the skills they aren’t so good at for success in the exams.