The Secretary of State for Education has, from September 2012, instructed all schools to display certain items of information on their websites. Some of this information is duplicated in other areas of this website, but in summary, the information required is shown below.
Name and Address
The Thomas Hardye School
Our most recent whole school inspection was carried out in March 2015, when Thomas Hardye School was judged to be outstanding.
An inspection of the school’s literacy and numeracy provision was undertaken in February 2009, when provision was also judged to be outstanding.
Full information regarding the curriculum on offer to students is available in the Curriculum area of this website, including a summary of courses and other information relevant to each subject area.
Further details of our Curricula can be found in the School Prospectus and the Sixth Form prospectus available on our Prospectus Page
Key Stage 4 Results 2021-2022
|Attainment 8 Score||51.5||47.9||48.8|
|Grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSE||54%||45%||50%|
|Achieving EBacc at grade 5 or above||32%||18%||20%|
|Staying in education or entering employment||95%||95%||94%|
Key Stage 5 Results 2021-2022
|Average Result||38.76 (B)||36.95 (B-)||38.87 (B)|
|GCSE Retake Progress English||N/A||0.22||0.13|
|GCSE Retake Progress maths||0.39||0.14||0.08|
|% of students completing their main study programme||88%||-||-|
|Students progressing to education or employment (2020 leavers)||89%||82%||79%|
School Performance Tables
Department for Education’s (DfE) school performance tables for Thomas Hardye
This details the summary of results at Key Stage 4 (GCSE or equivalent) and Key Stage 5 (A Level or equivalent).
Letter for Parents regarding Attendance (2019)
DASP Statement on Attendance (2019)
Remote / Online Learning
This section is for information and is updated from time to time if new information becomes available.
In the event of a full or partial closure, the school is committed to providing continuity of education to its students and will do so through a process of remote (online) learning.
All remote learning provision, including homework, will be provided via the Microsoft Teams platform.
Please click here for full guidance regarding Microsoft Teams. MS Teams will enable us to streamline all aspects of school provision through one, central online platform ensuring that expectations are clear for staff, parents and students.
We will use MS Teams to share resources and, where necessary, direct students to other relevant platforms. The school would like to thank parents and carers for the tremendous support and understanding you have shown us, and the way in which you have embraced this new way of working.
Access to all the key IT services offered by the school can be found by visiting the IT Services pages on this website. These include:
- Microsoft Teams
- Remote Desktops
- School portal
- Next Cloud
For help with using any of these services, please visit the relevant help pages linked on the services page.
Students Self Isolating
Students who are required to self-isolate will access the school curriculum via Microsoft Teams. Self –isolating students will have full access to their teachers via Teams. Teaching staff will upload assignments to ensure these students have:
- Meaningful and ambitious work each day in a number of different subjects.
- Access to a well-sequenced curriculum so that knowledge and skills are built incrementally, with a good level of clarity about what is intended to be taught and practiced in each subject.
- Frequent and clear explanations of new content, delivered by a teacher in the school or through high quality curriculum resources.
- A programme that is of equivalent length to the core teaching pupils would receive in school.
In the event of a class/year group bubble being asked to self-isolate, THS will:
- Ensure teaching staff deliver a blend of live lessons and pre-recorded material from school for students to access remotely via Microsoft Teams
In the event of a full closure:
- Teachers will deliver the curriculum and lessons remotely via Microsoft Teams, using a blend of live live and pre-recorded material as appropriate.
- Assignment work will be set as per timetable and follow the same curriculum content as would be delivered in school. Assignment/Assessments will be accessible to students without the need for additional adult input. We will provide frequent, clear explanations of new content through high quality curriculum resources, and/or pre-made videos eg. MyMaths, Seneca, Bitesize and Oak Academy resources, where they align with the school curriculum.
Please click here for online learning protocols and expectations
Details concerning our careers programme are available on our Futures page.
Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2022-23
|Admissions Policy 22-23 (2020)||08/03/2021||188 KB|
|Admissions Policy 23-24||08/02/2022||191 KB|
|Attendance Policy||11/08/2021||571 KB|
|Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policy||15/11/2022||247 KB|
|Careers Policy||11/08/2021||222 KB|
|Homework Policy||01/07/2021||275 KB|
|COVID19 - School safeguarding policy addendum||06/04/2020||991 KB|
|Dealing with allegations Oct 21||09/02/2022||309 KB|
|Intimate Care Policy 7.7.21||09/02/2022||192 KB|
|Looked After Children Policy||11/08/2021||288 KB|
|Managing the Behaviour of Parents, Carers and Visitors policy 7.7.21||09/02/2022||218 KB|
|Physical Intervention Policy 7.7.21||09/02/2022||284 KB|
|Prevent Action Plan||14/02/2022||385 KB|
|Prevent Risk Assessment Template||14/02/2022||505 KB|
|Thomas Hardye MAT Safeguarding Policy July 22||15/11/2022||508 KB|
|Working Together to Safeguard Children||08/10/2019||2,272 KB|
|Youth-Produced_Sexual Imagery (YPSI) Policy||15/11/2022||196 KB|
|Access Arrangements Policy 2022||26/09/2022||8,997 KB|
|Accessibility Plan - July 21||07/06/2022||186 KB|
|SEN and Disability Policy 2022||26/09/2022||14,589 KB|
|SEND Information Report||05/02/2021||344 KB|