Life at Huish is full of opportunity both within and beyond the curriculum. Many of our students take part in events of note that have a positive impact both for themselves and the wider community. Please take the time to read some of the newsworthy events that have taken place recently and remember you can also follow the academy on facebook and twitter.
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We are pleased to announce that work has commenced on the refurbishment of the Huish Leisure swimming pool. The £1.1 m project will enclose the existing lido pool, thus providing all-year round indoor swimming facilities, including new, accessible changing areas. This will improve the facility for all Academy students, users of the leisure centre and the wider community.
The project is set to be completed by Easter 2018.
The community fundraising for this project continues, please contact Huish Leisure on 01458 251055 for more information.Find out more
Huish Sixth Open Evening - Thursday 19th October 5-8pm
Click here for further Information
Huge congratulations to Yr9 Evie as her creative writing has been selected by Michael Morpurgo as one of only two finalists in the Jemima Layzell Trust creating writing competition. This is an amazing achievement.
Hopefully, Evie will have the opportunity to meet with Michael Morpurgo himself! Look out for her work in the Lamp magazine.
Congratulations to Lewis, Alice & Lauren for their work at the start of this term-featured on the English 'Wall of Fame'Find out more
You are invited to our Academy Open Evening on 20 September 2017 find out more
For Autumn term 2017 activities click here
It is an expectation that all students adhere strictly to our Uniform guidelines. Please see the following attachments for further details and images.
For guidance of acceptable skirt/trouser uniform click here
For images of unacceptable skirt/trouser click here
For guidance of acceptable footwear click here
For images of unacceptable footwear click here
For KS3 Homework Timetable please click here
As we approach the end of the Summer holidays and the excitement of another two great sets of results for Huish Sixth and our Year 11 students starts to wane, it seems an appropriate moment to pass on my thanks to all the students, staff and parents who I have had the pleasure to work with over the past four years for their support.
I believe Huish is a great school with the best students I have ever had the privilege to work with. Over my time we have significantly improved results and are now consistently amongst the highest achieving schools in Somerset across a range of measures and our most recent results, despite the more challenging examinations, are evidence of that. However, we have also tried to develop an offer which develops the whole child and incorporates sports, the arts and a massive range of trips and visits all of which provide opportunities to develop softer skills such as leadership, resilience and teamwork. Our principled curriculum has also remained true to our belief that a broad and balanced education is best therefore we have protected time for PE to encourage healthy lifestyles, promoted the Arts and strongly encouraged students to study languages even though other courses might get the school better overall results for the league tables.
In parallel we have spent a great deal of time and money improving the facilities that our students have from redecoration, new roofs and electrical rewiring to a new classroom block, new Artificial Grass Pitch and in February a new indoor swimming pool.
Huish students deserve nothing less than the best!
None of these improvements would be possible without your support and a great team of both support and teaching staff. So as my focus starts to shift to new horizons and challenges I would like to once again thank everyone who has helped make Huish such a popular and well respected school and wish Chris Wade, my successor, all the staff and students the very best for the future.
Huish Episcopi Academy
The attached documents provide some key facts about the new grades for students.
For Nine facts about new GCSE's click here
New GCSEs. Parent Guide to 2017 results click here
For a comparison of new 9-1 grades with the existing A* to G grades click here
Results will be available for collection from 9am on Thursday 24 August from Huish Sixth Form Auditorium. Please note that if somebody is collecting results on a student's behalf they will require a signed letter of authorisation from the student.
We are pleased to announce that the Academy has awarded the contract for the swimming pool development to Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd.
The construction work will commence at the end of August/early September, with completion expected in Spring 2018.
Well done to Yr10 for completing their GCSE Literature Paper 2 mock.Find out more
Please read carefully if your child uses Snapchat for communicating to their friends since we have been made aware of a possible security threat following a recent upgrade to the app.Find out more
Tickets can be purchased from the academy shop. For more information please click here.
For details regarding final history revision sessions please click here.
Students put on cake sale to raise funds for 2bu group.Find out more
The English revision session taking place on 2nd June is now full. Sorry to all who have not already booked a place.
For further information click here.
YR7 Huish student Isobel Hext competes in British Fencing Championship.Find out more
This w/c Monday 24th April all year group assemblies are themed around uniform expectations
For uniform guidelines click here.
For the cashless system letter click here.
Our Spring newsletter has just been published - click here
Acclaimed Poet Chris Jelley visits Huish to work with students looking at poetic inspiration in nature.Find out more
Year 10 students visit Oxford UniversityFind out more
Unfortunately due to Year 10 Parents Evening on Wednesday 29 March, we will be unable to run revision. However, there are lots of materials on the Google Classrooms that students might want to use.
The English Department are pleased to announce a new Monthly Writing Competition, which is open to all students. Details can be found here
Well done to all the brilliant BBC School Reporters today and thanks to Ms Donnellan and Mrs Pearce for all their hard work too. Follow this link to listen in on BBC Somerset.https://www.makewav.es/huishepiscopiacademy
For a copy of the provisional GCSE exam timetable please click here.
We are very fortunate to have Lisa from 2BU visiting Huish Academy on 23 March. 2BU is a support service for LGBT young people and their allies in Somerset. It's a safe space for 13-18 year olds from across the county to make friends, find support and have fun! Lisa will be talking about 'Definitions, Rights and Staying Healthy. If any students from Year 9 to 13 would like to come along to the presentation which will take place in the Library over lunchtime P5, please contact Mrs Canning at Huish.
Another successful and busy tourFind out more
Business and DT students learn about lean manufacturingFind out more
Huish students come 2nd in competition.Find out more
YR10 will take part in a work experience week from Monday 17th-Friday 21st July inclusive. Our work experience co-ordinator is Emma Higman and she can be contacted via the Academy main telephone number.
Click on the following link to access the approved placement database: http://ssp.learnaboutwork.net/
For a copy of the work experience student booklet click here
For a copy of the approved placements form click here
For a copy of own placements form click here
For a copy of the medical consent form click here
Click here to view some of our end of line PE kit that is being sold off with big discounts
Year 9 Options Evening will be taking place this year on 19 January from 6.00-8.00pm. Course booklets will be issued to students ahead of the evening. Please click here for further details.
Year 10 geographers have been learning about the devastating impact of malaria and how this disease is very simply prevented with treated mosquito nets. In March Mr Moncur (Head of Geography) will be completing his first half marathon and would like to raise money for this very important cause .
The charity he is supporting is the top rated charity for effectiveness by Givewell, an independent charity evaluation service. This means a small donation of a few pounds could really do a great deal of good (it is estimated that for every £500 spent on mosquito nets a child's life is saved). If you have a few pounds to spare, please sponsor Mr Moncyur at https://www.AgainstMalaria.com/JimMoncur
A thank you from the principal for a wonderful night of entertainment and food!Find out more
Click here for more information on the upcoming Careers Fair 2016
Read a review of the Nice exchange here
The SEND information report is now available to parents and carers.
To view the report click here.
If you have any queries please contact our SENCo Mrs Hills using the contact details on page 1 of the report.
Huish Episcopi Academy students Edward Lane and Johnny Bayford in year 8 are members of Wells Lifesaving club. Both boys train hard every Sunday evening and show a great commitment and enthusiasm to lifesaving. They will both hopefully become trusted lifeguards in the future.
Edward and Johnny regularly train and compete as a pair at the junior boys level. Last Saturday (17th Sept.) Edward and Johnny, having got through the county stage, represented Somerset at the Southwest of England Regional Finals of the Royal Lifesaving Society's Annual Competition. They were up against several other pairs from Bristol, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. They did fantastically well to compete at such a high level and came second overall.
Parental e-praise logon is now available. Parents will be able to see the e-praise dashboard, an overview of how their child/ren are doing and the various prizes that are available.
The e-praise link can be found at the Huish Episcopi Pupil Parent Access (padlock in the bottom left hand corner) on the Academy website. To enable you to log on your e-mail address must be registered to the Academy. Please forward an e-mail address to the school office if you have not registered an e-mail so registration can be made.
Click here for more information.Find out more
Please click on the following link for information regarding the NUT strike action that is taking place nationally on July 5th and how it will affect Huish Academy and Huish Sixth.
Creative writing aboundsFind out more
The new SEND policy can be viewed here.
Please email comments to huishconsultation
Tour of Wessex – ReviewFind out more
Yr10 student Finley Boarder was amongst only 30 students nationally to take part in the Natwest schools cup academy day with England international players Chris Robshaw, Matt Kvesic and Dave Atwood along with England Head Coach Eddie Jones.
For the full story in the Western Gazette click here.
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Professor of Ancient History visits AcademyFind out more
The summer season exam timetable can be found here
Join the celebrations 18-26 JuneFind out more
There will be a YR11 GCSE English language revision session running on 3rd June at the Academy from 10am-2.15pm in rooms 40,41 and 42. The session is now fully booked.
Students are moved by a survivor's storyFind out more
Exams/lesson timetable during Study Leave periodFind out more
GP's take time out to teach first aid to Huish students.Find out more
Sessions start on Thursday 21 April from 1.25 - 1.55 at Huish Leisure for all year groups.
Princess Katherine chose to wear an Alice Temperley dress as she stepped out for a garden party as part of the royal tour of India.Find out more
Team remain unbeaten at Area levelFind out more
Team displayed excellent spiritFind out more
Please click here to view the list of sporting fixtures for girls for the summer term 2016.
Latest newsletter from Huish Episcopi Academy has now been published.
Event timetable for the Summer termFind out more
An exciting prospect for swimmersFind out more
Sign up nowFind out more
Please find below some documents that might be of interest to you in the run up to the summer GCSE examinations.Find out more
Another exciting World Book Day at Huish.Find out more
Staff and students dress up for world book day!Find out more
The author Tamsin Cooke will be visiting year 7 students in the Huish Library on the 2nd March to talk about her new book 'The Scarlet Files'.
A copy of the information letter for parents including a reply slip for purchasing the book can be found here.
The Library hosts an evening of Harry Potter.Find out more
Year 10 Business students attend Regional Finals.Find out more
The Year 8 netball team had a fantastic start to their season, winning their opening game against Sexeys School 17-9. As well as conducting themselves superbly, they played well as a team with some fast paced and advanced attacking play. Player of the match went to Emily, for her excellent shooting and movement off the ball. Well done all!
This year we are celebrating World Cultures, with the work of over one hundred students being shown off on the catwalk.Find out more
What a great effort!Find out more
Academy hosts local community for the second year running.Find out more
Regional finals of the Coca Cola Real Business Challenge beckons.Find out more
Please take note that Huish Episcopi Academy's Admission Consultation commences at 12.00pm on Monday 23 November 2015 and will end at 12.00pm on Monday 18 January 2016.Find out more
Huish Hot Shots in the NSEA competition.Find out more
Regional finals of the Coca Cola Real Business Challenge beckons.Find out more
Tim Kneale visits the Academy (Western Gazette 17 December).Find out more
Olympic Elite athlete shares experiences with Year 7 students.Find out more
Huish Academy was the only state school participating.Find out more
We would like to draw parents' attention to our latest Attendance Policy. In particular, please note the section on page 2 which covers lateness to school and our procedures for dealing with this. The policy is available to view on this link.
Students gain an insight into the entertainment industry.Find out more