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01/03/24

International Women’s Day . Thank you to ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ pic.twitter.com/SdZcRfcmnT

01/03/24

HCACP lurches into gear with the first of our daily puzzles. Can you solve? pic.twitter.com/FXchn1eWS2

29/02/24

Revision today will determine your results tomorrow : ⏰ Countdown to EXAMS has begun, help your students with these motivational clips… Download FREE Exam Ready Motivational Videos 👇🏽https://t.co/zddgC0ldgZ Please our students deserve the support… pic.twitter.com/nc5FfTs6Rd

28/02/24

Sixth formers attend the national apprenticeship fair South London. pic.twitter.com/w3t3as06rV

23/02/24

HCACP readers prepare to celebrate on March 7th. pic.twitter.com/Us2w7aGWmd

22/02/24

The exciting HCACP Science Reading Week begins 26th. Learn more about the natural world. For example...Why is the sky blue? https://t.co/IlE7MB1psa pic.twitter.com/5JH67XB34u

19/02/24

HCACP Students focus in their Mock exams in preparation for their upcoming English exams next week. Their preparation WILL pay off. pic.twitter.com/PDUNOY5OEz

08/02/24

The latest HCACP News Letter is now available at. https://t.co/veZhpHdjb1 pic.twitter.com/o6bNK0Y0dx

07/02/24

A few photos from this weeks production of Moana. Widely hailed as a triumph you can read the full article on our website. https://t.co/F4iGrDICa2 pic.twitter.com/fY0RY7OdFy

06/02/24

The final night of Moana is TONIGHT 6th of February. Showtime 18.30. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/90T2u8OeRv

05/02/24

The HCACP run of Moana starts TONIGHT the 5th and continues tomorrow 6th of February. Showtime 18.30. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/146Ba0l89H

04/02/24

The HCACP run of Moana starts tomorrow the 5th and continues 6th of February. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/iduMp61lPj

04/02/24

The HCACP run of Moana starts tomorrow 5th and continues 6th of February. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/J7KsX86Ei8

02/02/24

The HCACP stage adaptation of Moana takes place on the 5th and 6th of February. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/ra7AS2ry6Q

02/02/24

Congratulations to the U16 boys basketball team on winning through to the National schools QF today. Overcoming a resilient St Columbas school. pic.twitter.com/vNXn6UkB6y

01/02/24

Congratulations to the U16 boys basketball team on winning through to the National schools QF today. Overcoming a resilient St Columbas school. pic.twitter.com/vNXn6UkB6y

31/01/24

The HCACP stage adaptation of Moana takes place on the 5th and 6th of February. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/V6qsmsafVQ

29/01/24

The HCACP stage adaptation of Moana takes place on the 5th and 6th of February. Come and enjoy the adventure with us. Tickets available on parent pay. pic.twitter.com/8caunU068m

22/01/24

Some of our talented HCACP students baking Focaccia in their food and nutrition class today. pic.twitter.com/20zjoulHGp

16/01/24

Our Year 12 Sixth Form students visit the UCL campus as part of their academic awareness visit. pic.twitter.com/aznk2jzT65

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Personal Development and Welfare

Alongside the academic achievement of any Sixth Form student within the academy, we recognise that it is necessary to develop a student’s talents and aptitudes, so that all students can fulfil their potential.

A sense of pride in belonging to HCACP and an understanding of the importance that their individual contributions can make to the academy as a whole, will determine their success at HCACP.

Students are offered a range of opportunities to develop the confidence and discipline needed so that all students, especially those from disadvantaged and economically deprived backgrounds, are prepared for tertiary education and the world of work.

Whilst recognising that the idiosyncrasies and traits that give individuals their character are fundamental to a healthy sense of self, students are taught the importance of adopting appropriate registers as a way to negotiate social and professional interactions in both familiar and unfamiliar contexts.


Sense of belonging

To facilitate the sense of belonging, students belong to a tutor group which, in turn, is assigned to a faculty mirroring the lower school faculties of Arts, Communications, Maths and Commerce, and Science and PE.

First and foremost, students belong to their particular year group (Year 12 or Year 13) and there are bi-weekly assemblies for each year. The Sixth Form Leadership team also has dedicated Faculty and Pastoral Coordinators for each year group who support the students, tutors and subject teachers.

Opportunities for student leadership and council are encouraged through our prefect system. The student prefects are led by the Head and Deputy Head students and play a pivotal role across the academy.

All students are encouraged to contribute to the wider school community, including participating in events, assemblies and enrichment activities and it is expected that there are high levels of participation in community projects across the academy.

Safeguarding and raising awareness of safeguarding concerns are a strength throughout the academy and the safeguarding provision for Sixth Form students reflects the challenges which may arise for young people in our local context.

The Sixth Form tutor time programme is consistently delivered by all tutors and is overseen by the Sixth Form Pastoral Coordinators. The pastoral programme delivers SMSC, PSHE and safeguarding content and will be a platform for young people to discuss concerns and ideas in a safe and supportive environment. We are an inclusive school and prejudice and intolerance in all forms have no part to play in our academy.