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.
Hartsdown Honeys enjoyed a sweet moment when their cancer charity fundraising topped £1,000.
Around 30 staff members took part in the annual Race for Life under the team name of Hartsdown Honeys, with runners completing the course in a variety of times – they ran, walked, trotted and jogged to help boost Cancer Research UK’s appeal funds.
Despite the sweltering conditions, they joined around 1,200 women runners decked out in pink running gear to show their support for Cancer Research UK.
While the UK ponders the impact of leaving the EU, Hartsdown Academy students displayed their entente cordial with their sixth annual Euro Fair.
It recreated the hustle and bustle of a lively European market with a range of goods made by the students on show and for sale after their pounds had been [...]
They say lightning never strikes twice – well Frightning Lighning struck twice for Hartsdown Academy and Cummins Power Generation at the national Green Power battery-powered grand prix at the Ford track at Dunton in Essex.
The team marked its first performance in the schools competition by racing [...]
There’s a new team of senior students at the helm at Hartsdown Academy.
Head boy is Harry Collington and head girl is Jade Bentley. Their deputies are Ryan Mondaye and Ellie Sinclair. They are supported by the senior prefects.
They were chosen following a rigorous selection procedure that included[...]
Sporting history was created at Hartsdown Academy’s annual sports day.
After a close-fought competition in very hot sunshine, newton and Johnson House tied on 309 points each, and will share the sports day cup.
Brunel came third with 263 points and Bronte was fourth with 235 points.
Head of PE [...]
The Little Shop of Horrors was open for brilliant business as Hart Theatre Company took their performance levels to new heights.
Their interpretation of the stage and film favourite has been widely acclaimed as their best ever show all-round, eclipsing their highly-rated musical performances, [...]