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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 >>
Yesterday, 112 students and staff received a lateral flow test for COVID-19 in our new testing suite. The students were a mix of those attending for a vocational exam or revision sessions, children of keyworkers and vulnerable young people who need a... Read more >>
During lesson 4 and 5 on the last day of term, our students and staff gathered in tutor rooms to enjoy some fabulous festive fun.
A virtual Christmas Concert was broadcase featuring many of our talented student performers in music and dance. Several... Read more >>
Over 60 students celebrated achieving their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Awards this year. Although the presentation was different to our annual presentation evening to accommodate COVID-19 regulations, the event was all about the students who have done... Read more >>
2020 has proven to be a bumper year for our school's Christmas Hamper appeal! On Monday 14 December we gathered together all the Christmas Hampers from every tutor group and took them to Bridgwater Foodbank and Victorial Park Community Centre where staff... Read more >>
Each term students are invited to take part in House challenges and competitions. During November entry was open to a House Photography Competition on the theme of Landscapes. After reviewing all the entries, we are delighted to announce the top 3 winners... Read more >>
Mrs Adcock’s Year 7 English class have all become Harry Potter fans as a result of reading and listening to Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone each week. Of course, lots of them have read the Potter books before, but, as several of the class... Read more >>
We are delighted to offer prints of this original watercolour painting by Bristol-based artist Peter Donnithorne who was commissioned to paint the iconic Haygrove School building façade in 2018.
As we near the end of the ‘red brick’ chapter of... Read more >>
Students from all year groups have spent the last few weeks bringing chocolate advent calendars into school to donate to Bridgwater Foodbank so that local families in crisis can have a little piece of Christmas added to the food basics they can get from... Read more >>
In honour of remembrance day representatives from each year group, along with Haygrove school staff, paid tribute. Ms Gregg made a speech before students laid a cross in remembrance and Mr Reid read the Exhortation. Students then stood still for a 2... Read more >>
Over the first weekend of the October half term, twelve year 11 students undertook their Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award practice expedition. With restrictions in place due to COVID-19, the experience was a little different to what would normally be expected... Read more >>
Our Year 10 BTEC Music students are this year organising a virtual Christmas Concert for the last day of the autumn/winter term. Musicians and singers from any year group are invited to audition for this unique event in the school calendar! ... Read more >>
Haygrove School have welcomed six trainee teachers to work alongside existing staff observing and ultimately teach lessons to students across the school. The trainees are part of the Quantock Teaching Alliance partnership with the University of Exeter... Read more >>
Eight students from Haygrove have been working towards their Bronze DofE Award through a new initiative supported by the Police, the School Liaison Officer and Young Somerset based at Kilve Court.
The Award has four sections, three of which were started... Read more >>
Thirty-one students from Haygrove School’s year 11 cohort have stepped up and taken on leadership roles by becoming part of the prestigious Prefect Team. Tasked with acting as role models for younger students and representing the school at key points... Read more >>
Today we welcomed our new year 7 students, it was a pleasure to see them all arriving at school on time and gathering in our playground where they met their new tutors.
Year 7 spent the day exploring the school and learning about how things work at... Read more >>
Students queued from 8.30am on GCSE Results Day to be handed their envelopes containing their all-important GCSE grades. Although the school is not publishing overall achievement statistics this year, there were still lots of stories of hard work and... Read more >>
Haygrove School and the Department for Education appointed contractor, Caledonian Modular, are pleased to report that the opening of the new premises is now in sight.
The three-story building will become the main premises of the school, housing both... Read more >>
Are you a Swiss Stormzy? Or a German Lady Gaga? Or perhaps a Bulgarian Beyonce?
In the absence of Eurovision 2020, our MFL team are launching “Hay-groove”, a musical challenge with a twist! This is your chance to showcase BOTH your singing skills... Read more >>
We are starting a Haygrove Home Bake Off Competition over the next 3 weeks to test out the culinary skills of our students and our staff and to help them demonstrate and develop their character traits. Each week there will be a different challenge. ... 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 >>
We have today issued all students with a letter explaining what we know so far about the closure of the school site to all but certain groups of students.
COVID-19 Letter Home 19 March 2020
In order to ensure all parents/carers have full access to... Read more >>
A fantastic day walking on the Quantocks took place on Saturday 14 March for our Bronze DofE students. Nearly 60 of our Year 9’s put on their DofE t-shirt and wrapped up warm to brave the elements and the mud as part of their Expedition Training section... Read more >>