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.
Young singers from Margate have taken centre stage with a professional opera company.
Choir and performing arts students from Hartsdown Academy were part of a performance with Garsington Opera and other local students as part of this year’s Looping the Loop arts festival on Sunday.
For two days [...]
This project offers a combination of independent professional and highly specialist support for CHILDREN, and YOUNG PEOPLE aged up to 19 years old who live in Kent or Medway and have been victims of crime.
Please see the following leaflet for further information, available in several languages:
North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale went back to school to join in physics workshops at Hartsdown Academy in Margate.
The session was run by Christina Astin, Teaching and Learning Coach (East Kent), for the Institute of Physics’ Stimulating Physics Network.
The workshop with members of the Science [...]
Hartsdown Academy in Margate has again been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
It is a badge of honour for schools that do outstanding work in international education, such as through links with [...]
Performing arts students in Margate met up with Widow Twanky and Aladdin for a behind the scenes chat with stars from the town’s festive panto.
Rob Rawles (Widow Twanky) and Dan Young (Aladdin) answered questions about the show and then turned the tables on the interviewers and asked them about [...]