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Est. 1451. An outstanding coeducational secondary school & sixth form college and England's first academy

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Year 11 Food NEA 1 catch up sessions

Year 11 students may come to Food 1 after school on Monday or Tuesday to complete their NEA (coursework). Check with Mrs Smith first. 

Compulsory sessions at lunchtime or after school will be set for those who don't attend but need to! Students will be informed in the lesson if this applies to them 

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Careers in Food & Nutrition

Student resources

Key Stage 3 practical sessions information


See also...

Week beginning 27 Nov 2023: 'Life Lessons'

1.6 Systems Security Flashcards | Quizlet

Y6 Primary Transition - Transport of the Future

Week beginning 29 Jan 2024: 'Life Lessons'

Y7 Chemistry Sedimentary rocks cover

50 Things to Learn for Creative iMedia

Year 8

Professional Services

Week beginning 18 Dec 2023: ' Life Lessons'



The Lost Boys - film clips

District 9 revision

GCSE Film Timeline QUIZ

6-week Test 2 (H tier) "bonus ball" Qs & As

The Divine Right of Kings

The Lost Boys - the vampires attack

Vertigo Film Score Analysis

Running Club - all years

7 Elements of a Great Movie Poster Design | Webdesigner Depot

5 Frames from District 9


Year 5 Open afternoons

National Apprenticeship Week 2024

Cover Supervisor - PE Specialism

My Examinations

Cover Supervisor

History and Old Hartisians

Summer 2024 Exam Arrangements

Artificial intelligence and assessments


Food Year 11 GCSE Intervention Other Studies Algorithms Year 9 Year 8 Independent Film Do The Right Thing The Lost Boys Ingredients C# Cook Book C# Leadership Literature Year 13 Health and Social Care Examinations Film Studies

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