Welcome to Hall Park Academy

I believe that students have a right to attend a school that is ambitious for them and will strive to ensure that they achieve the very best that they can. This is the core purpose of Hall Park Academy. A relentless focus in securing high academic outcomes for students is at the heart of everything we do at this school.

Performance at GCSE continues to be a real strength with student’s progress scores again above national average in 2018.Outcomes in the core subjects of English and Maths remain strong with students again outperforming their peers nationally in terms of progress in these key areas .

Similar success is seen in our Post 16 provision with nearly all students passing their ‘A’ levels, and being able to progress onto their preferred choice of University or high level apprenticeship.

Alongside this focus on academic achievement, students are encouraged to embrace the wider aspects of school life and to participate in the many extra-curricular activities on offer. A commitment to develop the whole child is very important to us. 

Feeling safe and secure at school is paramount and the support provided by our experienced pastoral team, will endeavour to ensure that this happens. Furthermore, we value developing a strong relationship between home and school as we believe this is essential if we are to secure the best outcomes for Hall Park students. 

Stephanie Dyce
Executive Headteacher 



School Trip to Porto
School Trip to Porto

Hall Park Staff and Students took a trip to Porto during the Easter break to improve their football skills! Be sure to read all about it in the next edition of our Newsletter! Read More

Erewash Egg-stravaganza
Erewash Egg-stravaganza

A huge thank you and well done to Erewash students who have helped to raise over £150 at the Erewash Egg-stravaganza. Thanks to all staff and students in attendance. Have a great Easter break! Read More

Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day

Well done to all staff and students who took part in 'Red Nose Day'. As a school, we managed to raise over £850 - an amazing achievement. Read More

News Flash

July 2020 History department visit to Belgium

- Parents Meeting Wednesday 24th April 6pm. There will be a meeting for parents of year 9 students interested in this trip to the sites of World War 1. There will be an opportunity to ask any questions and to see what the trip involves.. Read More

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