Hartsdown Academy in Kent has been at the cutting edge of technology, educational innovation and community involvement, and is developing all the time to meet the changing needs of the diverse groups of people we serve. We are an inclusive co-educational college for students of all abilities from 11-18. Our vision for Hartsdown Academy is to provide a first-rate, broad ranging education that meets the needs of our college community.
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Staff training day this coming Friday (15th Jan)
HARTSDOWN ACADEMY FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP IN PARTNERSHIP WITH RAMSGATE FC – SOCCER TRIALS FOR BOYS & GIRLS AGED 16+Take place on the Luke Williams 3g All-weather pitch Tuesday 16th & Thursday 18th February 11am – 2pm
Margate students have enjoyed exploring England’s latest city that was created just for young people.
Kidzania is a 75,000sq.ft child-size city in Westfield, London, where children are in charge and where dreams can come true for a little while, whether they want to be a pilot, a firefighter or the next chart-topping singer.
Hartsdown Academy Year 9 students described their trip as “an amazing experience - when can we go back again”.
There are more than 60 real life role play activities at[...]
Lively, fun, energetic and full of great gags and running jokes, Puss In Boots by Hart Theatre Company was the cat’s whiskers!
The young team’s latest excursion into the world of pantoland has scored another well-deserved hit.
This time the group get their collective paws onto the tale (and [...]
Margate youngsters have faced a series of mock interviews with business professionals in readiness for the worlds of work and further education.
The Big Dreams Day at Hartsdown Academy in conjunction with the Education Business Partnership Kent saw senior students dressed in style in their smart [...]
Music, singing and drumming from other countries and cultures has been explored by Margate students in a series of special workshops.
They were guided by community musician, educator and composer Julian Raphael who is director of Community Music Junction in Wellington, New Zealand.
He visited [...]
Historic and current conflicts have been investigated by Hartsdown Academy students at the Imperial War Museum in London. As well as exploring exhibitions ranging from the secret war and how conflict affects families to peace and security and war movies, the Year 9 group also visited the [...]
Dance and drama students from Margate have tackled a tough test at the legendary Pineapple studios in London. Twenty students from Hartsdown Academy Year 8 to the sixth form were invited to a musical theatre workshop with West End professionals, an ex-dance captain and former musical [...]