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16/04/21

We are looking forward to welcoming all students back at their usual times on Monday 19th April ready for the summer term.

16/04/21

Update on IT from the website https://t.co/wh2oBuaTsw

14/04/21

Retweetd From HCACP PE

Unfortunately due to IT difficulties we are having to postpone tomorrow’s L1 table officiating course for Yr8/9 girls. Rest assured it will be rearranged in the near future. https://t.co/z0f1MKhs2g

14/04/21

Retweetd From HCACP PE

Nice to see so many students at day one of the table tennis and basketball Easter camp. https://t.co/P9Idcb657g

08/04/21

Retweetd From HCACP PE

Looking forward to the table tennis and basketball camps next week. https://t.co/uHA9mAOhd5

30/03/21

Easter update and information regarding ransomware attack https://t.co/SoaNgHBB6G

30/03/21

Year 7 Faculty Sports Day underway and the sun is shining! ⁦⁩ ⁦ https://t.co/uTdnHG9eI8

29/03/21

Students in years 7 & 8 should attend in HCACP PE kit tomorrow ready for Faculty Sports Day!

29/03/21

If you need to contact us please use Academy phone 0208 7712261 or email info.HCACP.com

29/03/21

Retweetd From GOV.UK

Seeing friends again? Make space.

26/03/21

Our HCACP Stars of the week. https://t.co/daejJ832HU

24/03/21

More fun today. https://t.co/cqARntqGeN

23/03/21

Todays puzzle https://t.co/YAkLwlEtlu

22/03/21

Retweetd From HCACP PE

Really pleasing to see all Sports Academy sessions in full flow today. https://t.co/X2QPnqB35t

22/03/21

Todays HCACP puzzle. https://t.co/8YHi4tRVLz

19/03/21

Our HCACP Stars of the week. https://t.co/wMgDHXUdvq

19/03/21

continues. Todays head scratcher. https://t.co/NSuFlALREY

17/03/21

HCACP Year 12 Peer Mentoring Training commences next week Wednesday 24th/03/2021 https://t.co/UcMfIzmep2

16/03/21

Retweetd From HCACP PE

The Year 8 squad hard at work on the new outdoor basketball courts. https://t.co/Ig4J2iKwcB

16/03/21

The National Citizen Service visiting HCACP students today. This largely government funded personal and social development programme offers amazing opportunities to 16-17 year olds. https://t.co/PeiHPEhtXd

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Careers Advice & University

Given that one of the aims of the Sixth Form provision is to prepare our students for what follows after their secondary educational experience, careers advice and guidance are an integral part of our offer.

In order to prepare students for professional life and the world of work, students will have access a wide range of opportunities.

  • Careers advice is high-quality, up-to-date and locally relevant. Subjects provide opportunities for good quality, meaningful encounters with the world of work.
  • Students are provided with regular and meaningful links with higher education and professions.
  • A complementary programme of masterclasses and lectures from the world of work and industry is delivered throughout the academic year.
  • The enrichment programme and co-curricular opportunities offer breadth and depth and allow students to engage with experiences beyond their usual interests.
  • Alongside the established careers programme, there are regular opportunities to meet the Federation Careers Advisor.
  • Financial health and financial planning sessions are delivered in order to prepare students for independent living.

Applying to university

Download a PowerPoint presentation about UCAS applications and personal statements.

The majority of our students decide to continue their educational journey at university. Every year several of our students attend some of the top universities in the country with many accepting offers at Russell Group universities as well as Oxford and Cambridge.

There is a comprehensive programme of UCAS support and guidance in order to help students with their applications and any subsequent interviews. Student UCAS applications at HCACP reflect informed and realistic aspirations and choices in order to optimise an individual’s chances of meeting the requirements of their course offers.

In order to ensure that a student is progressing towards the demands of the offer, regular course progress meetings and assessments mean that subject intervention and support are timely and targeted.


UCAS presentation for parents

We know parents often ask for information on the UCAS process. Click on the link to download a presentation developed by UCAS. It illustrates the benefits of higher education, outlines the application process, and advises parents on what they can do to support their child.