The weather was HOT, but that didn't stop 60 of our students completing their Bronze Assessment last weekend. The students completed their assessment in their expedition groups over the two days from Fyne Court and Combwich. They each carried their... Read more >>
Thursday 10th June 2021 was a monumental day in our schools' history, as we saw the final section of the old red brick building come down.
Mixed emotions were felt by staff and students as we bid farewell to the old building whilst looking forward to... Read more >>
The Solomon Theatre Company paid a visit to our school yesterday to perform 'The Power of Love' to our Year 10 students. They educated the students on cyber safety, exploitation and the importance of healthy relationships through the appropriately... Read more >>
On Friday 28th May we said goodbye to our wonderful Year 11 students, who have had an end to their Haygrove School experience like no other! Although the end of school celebrations were a little different, year 11s were allowed to gather in their bubble... Read more >>
A group of Year 9 students have participated in a project called the Scholars Programme run by the Brilliant Club, a charity set up to increase the number of students from different backgrounds progressing to highly-selective universities. The Scholars... Read more >>
The saying goes 'it's better to be lucky than rich' and on Saturday 62 students and 18 staff felt incredibly lucky to have such a break in the weather and have the most glorious day on the Quantock Hills training for the Bronze DofE Expedition.
A massive... Read more >>
There was much excitement yesterday when rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer Hardy Caprio made a surprise visit to Haygrove to speak to Year 11 students about the risks of getting involved in county lines drug dealing. Caprio is supporting... Read more >>
Mixed emotions were felt by staff and students as the iconic main tower of the old Haygrove School and Dr Morgan's Grammar School building was pulled down. Naturally it was very sad to see the red bricks being clawed away and tumbling to the ground,... Read more >>
Come rain or shine or even gail force winds, the show must go on! 62 students ventured into school on Saturday 8th May, with two joining in from home due to isolation, to begin their training for their Expedition section of their Bronze DofE Award. 8... Read more >>
Our Music Department recently launched the Haygrove School Songwriting Competition for our talented musically-minded students, and the winners are in...
Maria Jimenez with Atlas - Click here to listen
KS3 Winner... Read more >>
An eminent career in journalism beckons for Bridgwater boy, Jack Taylor who recently contacted his Haygrove School art teacher, Mr Barry Heath, to say thank you for being one of the most impactful people in his life. Jack attended Haygrove School from... Read more >>
With our new, purpose-built school building being used, the demolition of the iconic red brick façade of the original building that was home to Haygrove School since 1973, and to Dr Morgan’s Grammar School from the 1930s, has begun.
Beginning on... Read more >>
We Need Your Vote!
It’s competition time at Haygrove School as we are in with the chance of winning a canopy!
A&S Landscape, a supplier of canopies in Somerset, is awarding a shade sail to one lucky school.
The winner of this competition will... Read more >>
As part of their Art and Design: Textiles curriculum, Year 9 students took on a paper challenge set by Mrs Jones to create a piece of wearable art made only from paper. After reviewing garments shown on the catwalk of the 2019 Paris Fashion Show, the... Read more >>
Following the Duke of Edinburgh's passing, conversations have been had around the world surrounding the legacy he has left behind and in particular his Duke of Edinburgh Award. Students at Haygrove School have taken part in the DofE for many years, and... Read more >>
This year we decided to host a Virtual Easter Fair, something a little different to what we are used to, but a nice way to celebrate the start of the Easter break. There were some fantastic events to get involved with and all proceeds raised will go... Read more >>
Tutor group 9KW have achieved 100% attendance for 2 consecutive weeks (w/c 12 and 19 March). To recognise this group achievement, they were rewarded with a socially distanced French Café treat during lesson 5 on Wednesday before breaking up for... Read more >>
Year 8 student Ella, was watching TV one night when the Stand Up to Cancer celebrity Bake off was advertised. With her love of baking, Ella took no time at all to decide she too wanted to raise money for Stand Up to Cancer through baking.
Afternoon... Read more >>
We were delighted to welcome back our Year 7 and Year 11 tudents and staff today and can't wait until we have everyone back on site and working away in classrooms! Well done to everyone who had what might have been their first lateral flow test. Everything... Read more >>
Netball has always been the sport of choice for ex Haygrove student Morganne Dunn who currently plays for the Welsh National senior squad and the Celtic Dragons: Wales’ representatives in the Vitality Netball Super League. Morganne recently played... Read more >>
During the February half-term, our English Department set all students the task of spreading the joy of reading. Students were asked to read AS MUCH as possible and show off how they make it fun.
As part of the task students were asked to send in a... Read more >>
Cambridge University ran a teach-a-thon every day over half term where 27 scholars shared their knowledge about a broad range of subjects in a series of free, interactive 20-minute taster sessions. The Gates Cambridge online Teach-a-thon set out... Read more >>
Actor Robert Emms, known for his roles in Chernobyl (2019), War Horse (2011) and Broken (2012), generously gave his time, advice and experiences to our year 9, 10 and 11 Drama students today during a live lesson. Robert... Read more >>
After a hugely successful career in the Royal Marines which culminated with being made a Member of the Order of the British Empire Medal (MBE) in Her Majesty’s 2020/1 New Year’s Honours list, local man David Mason is now embarking on a whole new... Read more >>
The food parcels being delivered to families whose children normally receive free school meals have been making the headlines during January, but we are please to say that Haygrove School has had lots of positive feedback from parents about the range... Read more >>