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.

2018

Academy Today – March 2018

Sentinel article – March 2018

Stoke and Staffordshire Enterprise Partnership March 2018

Sentinel article – January 2018

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

 

News & Events

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

Sign up to our Newsletter

Leave a message with Reception

  • Strong and trusting relationships consistently create a calm and purposeful working atmosphere.

    Ofsted

  • Students have access to a wide range of exciting resources and learn specific skills through well-paced and sequenced activities.

    Ofsted

  • Behaviour around the school is consistently orderly and students are polite and helpful.

    Ofsted

  • Without a doubt, my time at Haywood firmly placed me on the path to Oxford.

    Jordan Williamson, Trinity College, Oxford