In , the school reduced its age range to , as the area became a three-tier area, with provision for children in middle schools up until the age of twelve. This situation was reversed in , with the school once again taking pupils aged eleven, at the beginning of Year 7. In preparation for this latter change, the school had considerable work done to buildings. It had been thought that the school would form part of the local Private Finance Initiative which re-built other local schools, but this was not to be the case. Academy status was sought due to the school governing body and parental community wanting to have independent control over the school, believing that in the long run the school itself and the governing body is best placed to make decisions about its future development. The school caters for around pupils who are separated into 7 different years within the school.
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Louis gave a very helpful and comprehensive presentation to Year 11 students about how to apply to Cambridge and Oxford Universities. He also spoke in detail about what life at Cambridge University is really like, dispelling many of the myths such as why studying there is actually no more expensive than at any other university. A small group of Year 12 students entered a national psychology competition run by Royal Holloway University. Their task was to produce a 2-minute video and poster with audio-summary addressing this year's question - 'How can psychology help to create a better future? Year 12 Art and Photography students were busy painting, drawing and taking photos during lockdown. See below for examples of the work produced or take a look at pages 4 - 7 of the March edition of the Headteacher's Newsletter. March has been a busy month for all of us, with many virtual house events taking place during home learning creating plenty of opportunities to win points for your house and even potentially a purple slip for yourself!
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Staff Info. Home » Information » Mobile Apps ». Mobile Apps Hazelwick School App We are pleased to inform you that we have upgraded our school communication app from ParentApps that will greatly improve the way that we communicate with our parents. ParentApps Connect will continue to provide you with instant access to our calendar, event information, letters home, etc. Additionally, with the new features of the system, it enables us to invite multiple family members to download the app, ensuring that the right people have access to important information regarding their child.