2 A WELCOME FROM THE PRINCIPAL, MR HOWARTH May I firstly take this opportunity to welcome you all to our Academy. You are joining an Academy that has made significant improvements in the past twelve months, but has huge potential to further improve. I have no doubt that as a year group you will, when you reach Year 11, get the best results the Academy has ever seen. It is vitally important that we are all working in partnership to ensure, not only the very highest standards and opportunities, but also that you are safe and enjoying Academy life. The foundation to our collective success is ensuring that there are clear and supportive lines of communication between us, the Academy, you the students and your parents. I think it is important that I make some very clear commitments to you and they are as follows: We will provide you with a safe and stimulating learning environment We will ensure you get the best possible teaching We will ensure you get the best opportunities to learn However in exchange for this what we as an Academy expect from you is the following: Your behaviour never stops your own or any other students learning. You attend school every day on time. 100% Attendance, 100% Punctuality You are always in full Academy uniform, with a bag, planner and other appropriate equipment. You are always in the right place, at the right time doing the right thing. I look forward to working with you and your parents or carers in the future. Together we will strive for excellence. James Howarth Principal
3 INFORMATION ADDRESS: Hathaway Road Grays Essex RM17 5LL TELEPHONE: ABSENCE TELEPHONE: FAX: WEBSITE: Key Staff PRINCIPAL: INTERIM PRINCIPAL: VICE PRINCIPALS: ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS: Mr J Howarth Mr A Osborne Mrs S Bareham Ms F Rodrigues Mrs D MacDonald Miss R Puttick Ms L Gibson PROGRESS LEADERS: Mrs M Williams Purpose Faculty Mrs Smith Engagement Faculty Ms Scarlett Self-Worth Faculty SENCo: Mr M Agyei When you telephone the Academy and speak to the Receptionist, please let her know the reason for your call. Your child s Tutor is the first point of contact for all matters. Rest assured that confidential matters will be treated accordingly. Please be aware that it is usually not possible to speak immediately to the person that you wish to contact as they may be teaching. However, we will always endeavour to return your call as soon as we can. It will always be possible to make an appointment to see a member of staff if you so wish. If you wish to contact a member of staff via , their address would be: e.g You can also go on our website to get a list of names and addresses.
4 THE ACADEMY DAY We value attendance and punctuality highly as it promotes the best learning. Students need to be on the Academy site and through the gates by 8.15am before the warning bell at 8.17am. ALL YEAR GROUPS Need to be through the gates Warning Bell Tutor Time / Assembly Period Period Break Period Period Lunch Warning Bell Period Period Dismissal
6 CURRICULUM The curriculum is delivered through a thirty period timetable. All lessons are fifty minutes long. In Year 7 students will study English, Math s& Science as core subjects. They will also study MFL, Geography, History SRS, PE, Art, Drama, Music & Food Technology. Sex & Relationships Education Under the terms of the Education Act of 1996 the Academy is required to provide Sex and Relationships Education for all students, including education about HIV, AIDS and STIs. Our programme, which is included as part of our Social & Religious studies curriculum, aims to present facts relating to relationships in a balanced, objective and sensitive manner, set within a clear framework of values and an awareness of the laws on sexual behaviour. Students are encouraged to appreciate the value of stable family life, marriage and the responsibilities of parenthood. They are asked to consider the importance of self-restraint, respect for themselves and others, accepting responsibility and being sensitive to the needs of others. The 1996 Education Act also gives you, the parent, the right to withdraw your child from Sex and Relationships Education if you so wish. If you decide to withdraw your child from SRE you will need to write to the Principal. The Academy s Sex & Relationships policy is available on request. SAFE GUARDING The designated teacher for safeguarding students is Mr Agyei, SENCo. Broad areas of responsibility for the Designated Teacher for child protection: Refer cases of suspected abuse or allegations to the relevant investigating agencies. Act as a source of support, advice and expertise within the educational establishment when deciding whether to make a referral by liaising with relevant agencies. Liaise with the Principal to inform him of any issues and on-going investigations and ensure there is always cover for this role. The Child Protection training enables the Designated Teacher: To recognise how to identify signs of abuse and when it is appropriate to make a referral. To have a working knowledge of how Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) operates and the conduct of a child protection case conference, and be able to attend and contribute to these effectively when required to do so. To ensure each member of staff has access to and understands the academy's child protection policy. To ensure all staff have induction training covering child protection and are able to recognise and report any concerns immediately they arise. To keep detailed, accurate and secure written records of referrals or concerns. If you have any concerns about any of these issues, whether for your child or another, please contact Mr Agyei as a matter of urgency. The child protection policy is available online through our website or as a hard copy.
7 ATTENDANCE The Academy sees excellent attendance and punctuality as being vital for the successful development of your child: A student must be in the Academy to achieve All students will: attend regularly get into the academy by 8.15am every day These are good habits for the future and we would ask all parents to support us in this. We expect every student to have at least an attendance rate of 95%. Over a year, 95% equals ten academy days missed. Absence results in missed learning. There may be some times when your child will be too ill to attend. In this situation please ring the Academy on as soon as possible that morning to inform us of your child s absence. On the day that they return, they should bring a signed letter from you, addressed to their Tutor, informing the academy of the reason for absence. The Academy will only authorise ten days of absence through illness. Any subsequent absences through illness will require medical evidence. Your child s Tutor, Progress Leader and the Attendance Officer will monitor attendance and punctuality and will contact you if there are any problems. First day absence calls will be made if your son/daughter is absent. Please ensure that the Academy has a contact number for you at all times. Students who achieve 100% attendance and punctuality will be rewarded. The Academy will inform you through your son/daughter s planner about their attendance every term. Your child s attendance is also used as a selection criteria for Gold, Silver & Bronze awards throughout the academy year. PLEASE NOTE: If a child is absent and we receive no written reason, this will be deemed to be an unauthorised absence. Unauthorised absence is regarded as TRUANCY. Unauthorised lateness is also regarded as TRUANCY. In the eyes of the law, parents are responsible for their child s attendance throughout the day and their punctuality to lessons. It is not sufficient for a student to be on site they must be in lessons. Any student who is found to be truanting will be dealt with in the Academy. You should try to arrange medical appointments out of academy hours wherever possible. Avoid booking holidays during term-time. There is no legal requirement for the academy to allow time off during term-time for holidays. If you wish to apply to the Academy for approval for an absence known in advance, a form is available from Student Reception. This form must be completed by you and returned to the relevant Progress Leader at least two weeks before the requested absence, to allow processing. The Academy acknowledges that, at times, it may be difficult for parents of a small minority of students to ensure they attend. Early communication of any problem is vital. The Academy is able to offer support and sign post where help is available. We would like to work with you to resolve any issue.
8 PARENT PAY In Academy has become cashless. We are asking all parents to only use our e- payment method to pay for dinner money, trips, music lessons etc. This can be done online using a very secure website called ParentPay or in cash at local stores where you see the PayPoint logo. Already have a ParentPay account? If you already have a ParentPay account, either with our Academy or another ParentPay school, you can simply login to that account and add your other children via the Add a child tab on your home page. You will need the activation username and password to do this. New to ParentPay? You have a secure online account, activated using a unique activation username and password; you will be prompted to change these and to keep them safe and secure as your Username and Password for future logins. If you have two or more children, you only need to activate one account to create your main account and then add your other children via the Add a child tab on your home page. Once your child has enrolled into the Academy you will receive a letter giving you your username & password. We would then ask you to visit and activate your account via the Account login area on the home page of the site. ParentPay holds an electronic record of your payments to view at a later date. Once you have activated your account you can make online payments straight away. In addition the Academy has purchased a system which will enable a text message to be sent to parents. Please provide a current mobile and address in order that we can update our records. (Please note last page of the Parent Guide).
9 UNIFORM LIST / PE KIT At the Academy we believe that a smart appearance leads to a smart mind. Wearing a uniform encourages high standards of behaviour and learning and stops any confusion about what is acceptable. We expect our students to be well dressed and to wear their uniform with pride and we ask you to continue to help us to emphasise the need for smartness. In cold and wet weather students need to wear appropriate outdoor clothing. We ask for it to be taken off in lessons as they will need it as they return outside. If they wish to wear a jumper for warmth, then this must be a plain black, v-neck jumper. Any other garments and colours should not be worn and will be taken away to be returned at the end of the day. In order to promote the appearance and safety of students work, we ask that all students carry a bag large enough to house their planner, exercise and text books and pencil case. Blouse / Shirt This should be plain, white, non-see through, with a collar, buttoned to the neck and to be worn with a tie. Tie Academy tie only. It must be worn to cover the fastened top button and be of full length. Blazers Trousers (girls & boys) Skirts Black blazers with the Academy badge must be worn to, from and around the Academy site. Badges can only be obtained through the Academy. Plain, black, formal style trousers - not figurehugging. Plain black, tailored, A-line or pleated skirt. (Not lycra or figure hugging). Extremes in length are inappropriate. Skirts should be knee length. Socks & Tights Dark grey, white or black socks. Black or natural coloured tights. Shoes Jumpers Jewellery Hairstyles Shoes must be plain black, leather-like with a low heel. Boots, training shoes, in whatever form, heavy boots/shoes, high-heeled or extreme fashion shoes are not allowed. Plain black v-neck jumpers or cardigans may be worn under the blazer but should not be seen below the blazer. Hoodies or sweatshirts are not considered jumpers. No jewellery is allowed other than one discrete gold or silver stud in each ear lobe. Ear stretchers are not allowed. A wristwatch is permissible. All other jewellery is prohibited. No extreme hairstyles. No un-natural/obvious hair colourants. Heads should not be shaved.
10 Top Coats Make-up Hats School Bag Essential Equipment Physical Education Gum shields will need to be worn for hockey & rugby lessons, practices and matches. These can be purchased via the Academy PE Area or from any sports retailer. Students are expected to wear top coats which are appropriate to the formality of the Academy uniform. They should be water-proof. Hoodies or sweatshirts of any colour are not considered to be coats and if worn, will be confiscated. It should be subtle and enhancing and obvious makeup styles are not allowed. This includes false eyelashes, false nails, nail-art and tattoos. The face must not be obscured in any away so hats with peaks are not allowed. If it is cold, then woollen hats may be worn but must be taken off around the Academy site. Students are required to have a bag suitable for use in the Academy. It should be able to hold several A4 books. All students are expected to be properly equipped. They should bring their student planner, pen, (and a spare), pencil (and a spare), ruler, eraser and pencil sharpener in a pencil case. In addition, a set of coloured pencils, a pair of compasses, a calculator, dictionary or spell checker and MFL dictionary would be useful. High standards of kit are expected of students with the following being required: Black Shorts White Socks Boys Rugby Top * Blue Polo shirt ** Girls Sweat Shirt * Towel Change of underwear Training shoes (preferably Black Tracksuit Bottoms non-marking) * Outdoor lessons ** Indoor lessons All PE tops & shorts have the Academy logo and can only be purchased through the Academy. All kit to be clearly labelled.
11 HOME LEARNING At the Academy we place a high degree of importance on the topic of Home Learning. The Academy believes that the setting and completion of home Learning is excellent preparation for the world of work and develops numerous learning skills including independent learning. As a guide to the amount of Home Learning to be completed by a student please refer to the following table: Year 7 Year Group Foundation Subjects Amount of Home Learning Per Week Core Subjects 60 minutes 30 minutes A Home Learning timetable is published at the start of each academic year. Students are expected to follow the timetable by making a careful record of the Home Learning set in their planner. Parents can support their children by signing the planner to acknowledge the completion of the Home Learning. REWARDS Rewarding students for their efforts is a vitally important part of life at the Academy. Students are encouraged to be proud of their work and to take responsibility for themselves. We aim to praise both efforts and achievements and to motivate all to accomplish the highest possible standards at the Academy. Students in all Year Groups can be expected to receive praise in the form of Reward points which are recorded by teachers on our behaviour management system. Reward points may be awarded in recognition of achievement and attainment over and above usual classroom expectations as well as consistently high standards of attendance, uniform, organisation, behaviour and commitment to the Academy. Rewards can take a range of forms from verbal praise, letters and certificates through to tangible prizes, rewards experiences and trips. Students also work towards Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. An element of competition is maintained through inter-house events which culminate in a final trophy at the end of the year. The Academy also holds more formal occasions, such as assemblies and awards evenings throughout the year to recognise and reward success publicly, to which parents will be invited.
12 VALUABLE EQUIPMENT & MOBILE PHONES Valuable equipment should not be brought to the Academy. Where this is absolutely unavoidable, parents should contact Student Reception to arrange for it to be stored securely during the day. The single most common item in this category is a mobile phone. Our strong advice is that as they are valuable, desirable and easily portable items, they should not be brought to the Academy. If a student chooses to ignore this, they do so at their own risk, in the knowledge of the following: Mobile phones and other electronic devices must be switched off and kept in bags while on the Academy premises, including at break and lunch time. Switched off means exactly that: a phone on silent is NOT switched off. If a student chooses to ignore this request, the phone will be confiscated and a parent will be required to collect. There will be no exceptions to this rule. If a phone is lost or stolen during the day, valuable staff time will not be spent attempting to recover it. There is no funding available to replace lost or stolen phones. If the need arises during the day to contact parents for any reason, we will do so using our own telephones. Students must not be told to make contact with home during the day, nor should parents arrange to phone or text their children whilst at the academy. MP3/4 Players and IPODs are not allowed at any time. A student seen with an MP3/4 Player, IPOD or with earphones will have both items confiscated. Parents will be required to collect the items. MEDIA RELEASE As a part of the mainstream curriculum it is hoped that students will partake in film making, photography and video conferencing. The Academy may develop, participate in or be the subject of media and/or electronic based (internet) presentations such as the academy web site and events that highlight various educational activities that take place during the academic year. These presentations/events are of two types: 1. Those developed by academy staff and/or students which may include but are not limited to: videotapes, computer generated presentations which may include scanned photographs and video clips, computer based productions transmitted via telecommunications, photographs, slide/tape presentations and web pages designed at the academy. These media based presentations may be used in: staff presentations the academy web site parent programs staff development activities media festivals public relations (newspaper articles, TV presentations etc.) 2. Those produced by commercial media for use in news or feature story presentations or articles. The parent or guardian hereby represents that he/she is the legal guardian of the student and has the right to sign this release granting the academy permission to use the student's name and/or voice, likeness and/or any or all of the audio or video footage in any of the academy s media based productions for the what was stated above (1). Note: professional media presentations will require an additional release
13 MAP OF THE ACADEMY
14 HOME/ACADEMY AGREEMENT The Academy will: Record all attendance & punctuality for morning & afternoon sessions each day. Report attendance to parents at least termly. Provide a Student Planner where the timetable is recorded and which the Tutor checks and signs each week. Provide books, worksheets, paper and most technical and scientific equipment required. Provide an equipment list to cover all other items needed for lessons. Provide a clear list of uniform requirements. Provide a PE kit list to cover requirements for all activities. Provide a balanced curriculum and strive to meet the individual needs of all students. Provide regular reports on student progress in writing and by consultation with parents, termly. Strive to reach and/or exceed academic and attendance targets. Set varied and appropriate home learning tasks for all students and publish it on Show my homework website. Provide a wide range of activities beyond timetabled lessons. Provide end of the day facilities to help students with their work: e.g. Home Learning Club. Provide a safe and stimulating environment and encourage students to take responsibility for care of their academy and respect for the people who work and study here. Ensure that students follow the Culture for Learning Policy and thereby provide an ordered working environment that will stimulate, encourage and support achievements. Respond promptly to any queries from parents and carers. Signed: Date:
15 HOME/ACADEMY AGREEMENT The student will: Be on the academy site before the start of the day which begins at 8.20am. Aim for 100% attendance. Bring a letter to explain any absence and a medical note to cover any uniform infringement. Wear full school uniform to and from the academy and throughout the academy day. Bring the correct PE kit to each PE lesson. Arrive fully equipped for all lessons & activities. Write all Home Learning in the Student Planner and complete on time to the best of their ability. Keep the Student Planner up to date, showing it to teachers and parents when required. Keep parents, teachers and other students informed of issues they need to know or matters with which the student needs some help. Work hard to achieve results they feel proud of in all aspects of their learning. Speak to teachers if the work set is posing problems Support staff and students to allow progress. Consider participating in and supporting activities beyond normal lessons. Accompany their parents to Parents Evenings. Follow the Culture for Learning Policy. Treat staff, students, visitors to the academy, the academy site, the buildings & equipment with respect at all times. Keep the academy free from litter and graffiti. Take pride in their work, appearance and academy. Signed: Date:
16 HOME/ACADEMY AGREEMENT The parents/carers will: Encourage 100% attendance. Phone the academy on the first day of absence. Provide a letter on the day of their child s return to the academy. Avoid any other absence, such as family holidays, whenever possible, as this would affect learning. Ensure that their child has all equipment necessary to do well both in and beyond lessons each day. Ensure that their child leaves home in full academy uniform each day. Monitor progress and support their child to achieve their targets & full academic potential. Provide support and guidance to help their child achieve the best results possible and to enjoy their learning. Check that home learning is being recorded and completed and sign the Student Planner each week. Provide facilities and support needed for their child to complete home learning successfully. Encourage their child to participate in and support the clubs, activities and events organised by the academy. Inform the academy of issues relating to their child s progress. Work with the academy to promote the closest co-operation between the student, the home environment and the academy so as to give every opportunity for success. Attend Parents Evenings and other discussions about their child s progress. Work with the academy to ensure their child follows the Culture for Learning Policy. Encourage their child to respect the environment both in and out of the academy. Signed: Date:
17 COMPUTER USER AGREEMENT Please read this agreement carefully Purpose 01. The use of computer equipment is for educational purposes only. The academy reserves the right to inspect or monitor all network access. Stored material may be edited or removed at the IT Support Team s discretion. 02. Academy computers may not be used in the following ways but not limited to: Access a) Computers may not be used to run a business or make money. b) Computers may not be used for inappropriate material (such as pornography, hate literature, games, on-line chats, social networking sites, streaming non-educational media, etc.) 03. Computers may be used by people authorised to do so and who have signed this agreement and in accordance with this agreement. 04. Users are responsible for their assigned network accounts and passwords. 05. Only the registered user may access his/her assigned account. (S)he may not allow others to use that account. Users must not give their password to anyone else. 06. Any material accessed or stored using the academy s computer system may be subject to scrutiny at any time. Nothing will be considered as private on the system. 07. Users may not access other peoples accounts nor store work in other user s areas. 08. Users may not use the academy computer system to hack or attempt to hack any other system or account. 09. Users must lock their work station when leaving the computer unattended. Respect for the Computers 09. Food and beverages are not allowed in computer rooms. 10. Computer equipment should not be defaced, altered or abused in any way. Users may not move, unplug or adjust computers in any way. 11. Users should check their computers when they arrive in a room and report immediately any problems to the teacher in charge. 12. Software not licensed to the academy (including games and viruses) may not be loaded on to any computer or used. 13. Users may not monitor or tamper with another user s electronic communications. They may not read, copy, change or delete another user s files or software. 14. Users may not access CMD. They may not add, remove or alter any computer security measures or data protection schemes, configuration settings or monitoring devices. 15. Users will be charged for any intentional or accidental damage of computer equipment.
18 Efficient use of Resources 16. Users must use printers wisely. 17. Users receive fifty print credits each week. Additional print credits can be requested from the ICT Technicians. 18. Colour copies can be printed at a cost of twenty-five print credits per copy. 19. Users must regularly housekeep their area and delete files that are no longer needed. Copying, Copyright & Privacy 20. Academy computers may not be used for any unauthorised copying/downloading of files or media. This includes, but is not limited, to violations of copyright laws or regulations. Limit to the Academy s Liability 21. Users understand that the academy will not be liable for any damages (including lost data or damage to media) which might occur during the use of academy computers or as a result the inability to use it. Consequences 22. Any violation of the Academy Computer User Agreement will be assessed individually and the consequences will reflect the severity of the offence and/or the history of previous incidents. Consequences may include but are not limited to: a) A record of the offence kept by the IT Support Team. b) Temporary loss of computer privileges. c) Student conference with an administrator. d) Permanent withdrawal of computer privileges, possible resulting in loss of credit. e) A report (written and/or verbal) sent to the parent. f) Exclusion from the academy. g) Police intervention. If, as a user, you are in doubt about a computer usage regulation, please ask the Network Manager or a teacher. Remember: nothing will be considered as private on the system.
19 PRIVACY NOTICE - DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998 We the Academy, are the Data Controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act. We collect information from you, and may receive information about you from your previous school. We hold this personal data and use it to: support your teaching and learning; monitor and report on your progress; provide appropriate pastoral care, and assess how well your educational career is doing. This information includes your contact details, national curriculum assessment results, attendance information, characteristics such as ethnic group, special educational needs and any relevant medical information. We will not give information about you to anyone outside the academy without your consent unless the law and our rules allow it. We are required by law to pass some of your information to the Local Authority (LA), and the Department for Education (DfE). If you want to see a copy of the information we hold and share about you then please contact the Data Manager at the academy. If you require more information about how the LA and/or DfE store and use this data please go to the following websites: datamanagement/privacynotices If you do not have access to the internet please contact the Data Manager who will be able to provide a hard copies. If you require further information please refer to the relevant contact details below: The Hathaway Academy Hathaway Road Grays Essex RM17 5LL Telephone:
20 To make a general enquiry or request to see personal data held about you / your child by the LA please contact the Council via our customer contact centre on who will direct your call to the appropriate team. Thurrock Council Children Education and Families Directorate (for enquiries about Data Collections) Information Manager (for general Data Protection enquiries) Thurrock Council Civic Offices New Road Grays Essex RM17 6SL Public Communications Unit Department for Education Sanctuary Buildings Great Smith Street London SW1P 3BT Telephone: / Telephone: websites: Telephone: Once you are aged 13 or over we are required to pass on certain information to the provider of youth support services in our area. This is the LA support service for young people aged 13 to 19 in England. We must provide the name and address of the student and parent(s) (and the students date of birth) and any further information relevant to the support services role. However, until the student is aged 16 or older the parents can ask that no information beyond name, address and date of birth be passed on to the youth services provider. This right transfers to you on your 16 th birthday. Please inform the academy if this is what you or your parents wish. For more information about young people s services, please go to the Directgov Young People page at or the Thurrock Council website at
21 PARENT / ACADEMY AGREEMENT Child s Name: (Please Print) I agree / do not agree with the school using biometric finger print data for my child. Signed: Parent / Guardian Current mobile number(s): address: I have received, read and agreed the following: Agree I have read, understood and agree to abide by the Home/Academy Agreement Parent please ensure you have gone through this with your child Computer User Agreement Parent please ensure you have gone through this with your child Media Release Data Protection Act I have read & understood the Sex & Relationships Education statement Please return this page only as soon as possible to Miss Whippey via Student Reception
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