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Congratulations Sadia from all . We wish you all the best.


Congratulations to our Year 11’s who received prefect ties today


In case you missed our year 12 virtual parent information evening last night


Year 7, we are ready for you! See you at 8am, we can’t wait to meet you


We hope our new Year 7s are looking forward to joining us next week. There is now an FAQ page on our website just for you! We are so looking forward to meeting you


Congratulations to Vanesa A* A* A and off to Cambridge University to read law can achieve


Congratulations to Leonardo A* A* A and going on to read medicine at UCL


In this unprecedented year we would like to congratulate our students on achieving so many outstanding Post 16 results!! ⁩ ⁦


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Great to catch up with the and students at this mornings fixtures. 2/2 victories more importantly great to get back playing again.


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Great to see students working hard and having fun at the summer camp.


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Not the ending that we wanted. But still a magnificent year for sport . Stay safe and healthy this summer everyone and see you all back in September.


The HCACP Newsletter for July 2020 is now available


Remember to check your school emails for the link to tomorrow live whole school assembly! Assembly starts at 12:30, See what faculty won the points trophy, sports day and attendance! Also which students will be taking home the JD vouchers!


Thank you to and for taking part in our virtual thematic day


Great session on Racial Literacy looking at the works of James Baldwin as part of our


Great year 7 session on Decolonising the Curriculum looking at the work of Carolyn Mims Lawerence ⁦


Today is virtual thematic day on Log onto your sessions Teams.


The faculty scores so far for Arts leading the charge but we are only just over half way. Still time for the other faculties to pull it back.


This terms thematic day is all about This Friday 10th July.


Thank you to all new Year 7s who attended our Virtual Induction Sessions today! There was a great turn out and you made fantastic contributions in the sessions, well done and thank you!

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Parent Toolkit - #RacismENDSWithUs

The events in America over the past ten days and the brutal murder of George Floyd have been truly shocking. 

As a collective staff body, we have been looking at positive ways we can support you as parents during this time, and even if we are not together in person, how we can stand together and unite against racism.

Below you will find a series of educational articles, readings, websites, and podcasts that we have put together as a starting point to tackle prejudice, injustice and inequality. We welcome your thoughts and feedback. If you have any comments or suggestions please email

Talking with your child/children about racism

A Parent’s Comprehensive Guide to Black Lives Matter.

How to talk to kids about racism - from The Parent Toolkit website

Educating yourself further

Race Matters blogs - blogs discussing inequalities in the current climate, from the Runnymede Trust.

Race and Racism in English Secondary Schools (pdf) - report from the Runnymede Trust.

Forms of racism - from Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre

10 Simple Ways White People Can Step Up to Fight Everyday Racism - from Everyday Feminism website

Wellbeing websites

Discrimination because of race - from the Citizens Advice website

Advice for being an ally - advice from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Educators on some of the ways you can be an ally

Reading list

  • Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire, Akala
  • Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, Reni Eddo-Lodge
  • Freedom is a Constant Struggle, Angela Davis
  • Black and British: A Forgotten History, David Olusoga (also a BBC series)
  • The Lonely Londoners, Sam Selvon. The story of black immigrants coming to Britain after WW2. Explains how Britain in need treated immigrants with racism and prejudice.
  • The Good Immigrant, Nikesh Shukla. A collection of short personal experiences of the experience of 21 influential British Asian and minority ethnic voices in Britain today. They paint a picture of what it is like to be ‘other’ in Britain today. Poignant, challenging, funny, interesting, and inspiring, this is a must for your teenage child to see Britain outside of a white lens.
  • Brit(ish), Afua Hirsch. An exploration into what it really means to be Black and not accepted in British society, and the impact of the past on the present.
  • Girl, Woman, Other, Bernadine Evaristo. A novel that follows 12 women over several decades but it is also a sweeping history of the black British experience.


  • 13th – Netflix
  • Let the Fire Burn – Amazon Video
  • Explained: The Racial Wealth Gap (15) – Netflix