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   Junior School has received an Ofsted Judgement of GOOD! - January 2020
   "Leaders and governors are passionate about the school, and they have established strong links with the community" - Ofsted 2020
   "Leaders and Teachers have high expectations of pupils. Pupil's work is neat and tidy" - Ofsted 2020
   "Behaviour is Good" - Ofsted 2020
   Interested in teacher training?@united_teaching are holding webinars every Wednesday to answer all your burning questions. Find out more and sign up: https://pages.unitedteaching.org.uk/webinars
   Dear Parents/Carers Re:- School closure for Eid celebrations – Thursday 13th May Firstly, I want to wish all our families who will be celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr this week Eid Mubarak. To allow our whole school community to celebrate this event, school will be closed on Thursday 13th May for all pupils and staff. School will be open for all pupils on Wednesday 12th May and Friday 14th May as normal. Wishing you all a happy Eid. Kind regards, Mrs A Maqsood-Shah
   Dear Parents/Carers I would like to wish Eid Mubarak to all our families who will be celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr. As a whole school, we will be having Eid parties on Monday 17th May. As we are still working within the pandemic restrictions, we are asking parents/carers for a £1 contribution per child via ParentMail. The money will be used to purchase party food and drink for all the children. Please note that the 17th May will also be a non - uniform day for all the children. As always, if your child has any allergies then please ensure their medical records are up to date in the office. Thank you for your continued support
   Dear Parents/Carers We will be holding our virtual Parent Forum meeting on Friday 21st May at 9.30am. If you do not have access to Microsoft TEAMs please download the Microsoft TEAMs app to your phone/Ipad/laptop/pc a few days before the meeting. Many thanks
   Dear Parent/Carer We are delighted to inform you that as part of our next writing unit in Year Five, we have the opportunity for the children to take part in a Shakespeare workshop. The theatre company SPLAT will be visiting our school and working with the children to teach them about the play ‘Macbeth’ and put together a performance as a whole year group. The workshop will take place during school hours on May 21st 2021 and the cost will be £3.50 which will include a full day of activities. Can you please make this payment through parent pay. I’m sure you will agree this is a fantastic opportunity for your child to enhance their writing skills and to take part in drama activities. If you have any further questions please contact your class teacher. Many thanks Y5 team.
   Dear Parents Year groups will have PE on the days below. Please can you ensure that children come to school in their PE kit: Y1 – Wednesday Y2 – Thursday Y3 – Friday Y4 – Monday Y5 – Y5 Ametrine– Monday and Tuesday Y5 Alexandrite– Tuesday and Thursday Y5 Quartz– Tuesday and Thursday Y6 Sapphire – Tuesday and Friday Y6 Amethyst – Monday and Thursday Y6 Rhodonite – Monday and Tuesday
   "Nursery and Infant Judged as 'Good'" - Ofsted 2018
   INFANTS & NURSERY - A ‘GOOD’ school, where children ‘thrive and succeed’ - OFSTED 2018
   “…a great education for all in a very supportive environment” – OFSTED 2018

Welcome to High Hazels...

Welcome to High Hazels!

A very warm welcome!

I hope that our website helps to give you an insight into the vibrant life of our school and relays what I feel makes High Hazels Academy the fantastic school that it is.

Our school has a friendly, collaborative community atmosphere where parents, children, staff and governors work harmoniously together. We greatly value the contributions our parents make to school life and believe in a genuine partnership between all stake holders in order to ensure our children benefit as much as possible from their education. Parents are also learners and thus our vision extends to providing a range of adult learning experiences that will transform and regenerate our community.

We place significance on individuality and independence; encouraging children to help themselves and become 'confident learners' whilst fully developing their individual talents within a framework of respect and understanding. We believe that children learn best in a positive, stimulating, safe and secure environment. As soon as a child joins our school we work hard to get to know them well and provide them with the best education possible, helping to nurture and develop them as individuals whilst harnessing their talent and creativity.

Our staff focus on providing the highest possible standards of education and on enthusing pupils with a love of learning. Through powerful knowledge, creative, broad and balanced experiences we inspire confidence and celebrate the uniqueness and successes of all.

We strive to provide every opportunity for all children to develop their abilities to the fullest extent.

Inspired by our core values, we aim to:

  1. Instil Determination to an unrelenting pursuit of goals
  2. Develop Confidence needed to succeed
  3. Awaken the joy of Creativity
  4. Kindle and help fulfil Ambition in everyone
  5. Treat every individual with dignity and mutual Respect
  6. Nurture boundless Enthusiasm

As a United Learning school, we are also committed to providing our children with an Education with Character - #EducationwithCharacter. Whilst we have a very strong focus on building firm foundations for learning and nurturing the important skills of English, Maths and Computing, here at High Hazels Academy we believe that there is more to a good education. We provide a breadth of opportunities and experiences which seek to make school an enjoyable, fun and exciting experience and our curriculum and enrichment programme is overflowing with opportunities to try something new and develop talents and skills. No two days are the same and our pupils are constantly introduced to new and different experiences, designed to prepare them for the next stages of their school life.

I hope that by browsing through our website, you too will understand and share the feeling, ambition and enthusiasm for our school and the community it serves. A child only gets one chance at an education and here at High Hazels Academy we do firmly believe that every child matters and we endeavour to develop 'the best in everyone'. 
 

Mrs A Maqsood-Shah
Headteacher

Attendance / 99+ Club

 

 

Here at High Hazels Academy, we want all of our pupils to maintain the highest levels of attendance, so that they are able to make the most of each and every day with us. Club 99+ recognises and rewards excellent attendance, with:
 

  • Prizes and trips

  • Certificates and Tie Pins

  • Special event for club members and their families

JOIN US!

We are looking for parents and their children to get actively involved. For further details, click on the link.

 

Latest News

Dear Parents/Carers   Re:- School closure for Eid celebrations – Thursday 13 th May   Firstly, I want to wish all our families who will be ...
 Tue, 11 May 2021 14:30:00 GMT

Dear Parents & Carers Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, High Hazels Academy worked in collabration with Sheffield Park Academy to raise funds for Sheffield Children's Hospital.  In ...
 Tue, 11 May 2021 11:33:00 GMT

Dear Parents/Carers We will be holding our virtual Parent Forum meeting on Friday 21st May at 9.30am.  Please click here to view the visual guide to access the meeting. If you do not ...
 Wed, 05 May 2021 09:41:00 GMT

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