Please find below information about Healing School - A Science Academy. The information will tell you more about how our academy is run.
Key Features of Healing School
- Healing School is an 11 - 16, average sized secondary school in a rural setting.
- The school was rated as "Outstanding" in the latest Ofsted inspection.
- The school is regularly oversubscribed and has approximately 1000 pupils on roll.
- Teaching staff in all Faculty areas are subject specialists.
- The school is fully staffed with well qualified teachers, Teaching Assistants and Learning Mentors.
- Attendance is significantly above national average.
- There is an extensive range of extra curricular activities.
- Outstanding GCSE performance - Our Results.
- 2010 saw a "fast track" conversion to academy status.
- In 2011, Healing was designated as one of the first 100 Teaching Schools.
- In 2014, Healing converted into a Multi-Academy Trust - Harbour Learning Trust.
- Awards include: Basic Skills, Healthy Schools, Information and Guidance (Gold Standard), Investors in People (Gold Standard), Sportsmark.
Healing School, A Science Academy is sponsored by Harbour Learning Trust. Please find their contact details below.
Harbour Learning Trust
North East Lincolnshire
+44 1472 502 400
All pupils are assessed regularly through class work, home work, internal assessments and by scheduled external 'public' assessment. Details of the performance of each pupil are held by the teacher in each subject and also stored centrally on the school network for subject, faculty and whole-school access. All pupils are assessed formally at 3 points in each academic year.
The results of these test-based assessments are recorded via the School's MIS and this information is then shared with pupils, parents and staff through an 'Interim Report' sheet which includes details of the pupil's assessment score as a percentage, the group average, an indication of the current level/grade of attainment in relation to National curriculum/GCSE (or equivalent) criteria, and a Target level/grade indicating the National Curriculum/GCSE level* the teacher believes the pupil is capable of achieving by the end of the key stage.
There is also a grade awarded for Effort, to reflect the pupil's own level of input towards progression within the subject. The third and final report of each academic year also contains a written statement from the form tutor.
In Year 11 the results of the external examinations are released to pupils on the national 'results release day'.
Parents' Evenings are held for each year group once per year. At these events, parents (and pupils) are able to meet with the pupils' subject teachers and discuss progress and any issues as appropriate.
N.B. Please be aware that Healing School's assessment policy is currently to continue with a system of measuring progress in National Curriculum levels and GCSE grades. Any future changes will be fully communicated to parents.
For our latest results, please click here.
Key Stages and Tutors
Year 7, 8 and 9 are classed as Key Stage 3 whilst years 10 and 11 are classed as Key Stage 4.
Tutor Groups are based on year groups.
|08:10||Prior to this, pupils should not be in school.|
|08:30||Warning bell to move to tutor base.|
|08:40||Morning assembly or tutorial period. The morning assembly takes priority over all other matters unless excused by a member of staff.|
|10:55||Morning Break. All pupils go to the play areas. When wet, pupils will go to the classrooms used in Period 3, except for practical subjects when pupils go to the New Hall. Prefects share the responsibility of supervision with staff.|
|13:05||Warning bell to move to Period 4.|
|13:10||Period 4 (includes registration).|
|14:10||End of Period 4 - changeover time.|
|15:15||End of school. Orderly dispersal to school buses, homes or club activities.|
At Healing we firmly believe in the value of extra-curricular experiences. We offer a wide variety of after school activities which include cheerleading, theatre events, sports and competitions. Each faculty area contributes to our enrichment activities and we are always seeking new ways to provide pupils with a range of opportunities outside of the classroom itself.