Media Gallery

At Haywood we are proud to support students and the community in a range of activities. As a result there are endless opportunities to showcase events we take part in. Here on the Galleries Page you will find lots of media from these events.

2017

BBC School News Report – March 2017

 
2016

CLT 2020 Vision – Summer 2016

Sentinel article – June 2016

Sentinel article – June 2016

Sentinel article – May 2016

Sentinel article – May 2016

Sentinel article – May 2016

Sentinel article – May 2016

Sentinel article – May 2016

Sentinel article – April 2016

Sentinel article – April 2016

Sentinel article – March 2016

Sentinel article – March 2016

Sentinel article – March 2016

Sentinel article – March 2016

Sentinel article – March 2016

World Book Day – March 2016

Year 8 Able and Talented Day – February 2016

Visit of Prince Charles in pictures – January 2016

Visit of Prince Charles – January 2016

2015

Oliver performance – December 2015

Haywood Sixth Form Academy open evening – November 2015

Work Based Learning at HSFA – November 2015

PSHE Day – November 2015

Fred Hughes (City Learning Trust Director) – November 2015

Arnold Bennett Walk – June 2015

Lunar Rocks – April 2015

World Book Day – March 2015

BBC School News Report – March 2015

 

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Latest news and what’s on, sports fixtures and results and important calendar dates for your diary.

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