Hastings is an exceptional school; a school which combines academic excellence with traditional values in a highly caring and supportive community. Our dedicated staff provide a rich educational experience with excellent teaching and learning and a broad, engaging curriculum. We aim to provide "Care and Excellence for All" by supporting each and every young person in our care. If you would like to find out more, please contact the school and ask to meet our admissions coordinator. We will be delighted to show you round.
Miss C Bradley and Mr S Shipman – Co-Headteacher
Learning Support Assistant Vacancy
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant who will become part of the Hastings’ Family. Hastings High School opened in 1956 and is an oversubscribed, very high achieving, community school within Burbage. The school has a committed staff who work together to ensure the best experiences and outcomes for the pupils, not only academically but pastorally too. Hastings High School has recently expanded to become an 11-16 school, with our first ever year 11 pupils taking their GCSE exams in 2017.
Please see https://www.tes.com/jobs/vacancy/learning-support-assistant-leicestershire-1259488 for further details.
Year 10 Parents Information
What a week it has been and what a fantastic start to this academic year!
It has been a pleasure to start the year by celebrating our successful GCSE results. These included some outstanding performances in terms of both attainment and progress. Hopefully you have seen our article in the ‘Hinckley Times’.
This was quickly followed by officially starting as co-headteachers and leading the staff training days in preparation for the new term. From then on in, it’s been a bit of a whirlwind! We have welcomed year 7 pupils and their parents/carers into our Hastings family and have been able to welcome back our existing pupils. Our welcome assemblies have focused on what it means to part of our Hastings family and the history of Hastings. It is integral to our success that we all feel part of this and understand the role we all play in it. Please ask your children about the story behind our school badge.
Over the past two days we have visited lots of lessons and the teaching and learning we have seen has been truly outstanding; it feels very much an honour to lead such an amazing school.
The theme of the week seems to have been ‘blisters’! Mrs Campbell, our school welfare officer has now stocked up on plasters to help our pupils (and staff) break in their new shoes!
These blogs will be posted each week to give a little insight into the life of the school and celebrate our pupil’s achievements.
Miss Bradley and Mr Shipman
Start of term timings
We hope that everyone is enjoying their holidays, with a couple of weeks to go we thought it would be good to send a reminder of the start times for the new academic year and an updated uniform guide with further examples of acceptable footwear.
Pupils return on Thursday 29th August with the following start times:
Year 7 – 8.25am
Years 8, 9, 10 and 11 – 11.15am
Thank you, as always, for your ongoing support and enjoy the rest of your summer.
Claire Bradley and Steve Shipman
Co- Headteachers (in waiting!) of Hastings High School