Hall Park Academy Pledges

Students are expected to gain a breadth of experiences throughout their time at Hall Park Academy. Students are awarded Pledges for their wider contribution to school events, activities and work in the community. Each student has a Pledge Passport which contains the 10 Pledges. Pledges are authorised by Tutors and Head of Houses upon completion.


 Students are required to gain the following:-

  • Student will complete 8 Pledges in total
  • Successful completion of the required Pledges will enable students to attend the Year 11 Prom. 


Hall Park Academy Pledges

To successfully participate in residential trips.

Students must ensure they represent the Academy in line with academy ethos, values and code of conduct. Examples: - French/German/Belgium/ski trip

To represent the Academy in Sports.

Students must represent the Academy consistently in sports events or teams (inter-school).
Examples: - Football, athletics, netball, basketball

To contribute to Academy Performing Arts events.

Students must contribute consistently towards Performing Arts events
Examples:-music, dance, drama, backstage crew

To organise and actively participate in at least 6 different assemblies.

Students must participate in either a tutor, house or year assembly.

To organise and actively participate in at least 3 fundraising events.

Students must get involved in fundraising events in tutor time, house charities or whole school events. All fundraising events must be different.
Example: - house charity events, children in need, sports relief, comic relief, shoebox appeal

Represent the Academy/House in at least 10 different events.

Example: - inter-house sports, inter-house academic competitions, poetry, it’s a knockout

To take part in community projects.

Students must make a significant contribution to the local community.
Example: - sports leaders, Duke of Edinburgh, student voice, carol concert, primary school visit.

To participate in activities that support others within the Academy.

Students must consistently support their peers in a range of ways.
Example: - mentoring, coaching, paired reading, inductions, options evening.

To attend cultural or sports events outside of school.

Students must demonstrate a consistent commitment to a range of cultural or sporting events outside of school. Example: - theatre trips, sports events.

 To read 3 novels per year and complete a book review for each.

Students must read a minimum of 3 books throughout the school year and provide a review of each of the books. Example: - To Kill A Mockingbird – Written review to tutor/Verbal presentation to tutor group