Welcome to the Hundred of Hoo Academy website.  Our aim is to transform lives by developing high achieving articulate young people who progress onto University or a career of choice and in turn make a positive contribution to society. We are ambitious for all of our pupils and they are expected to work hard in a highly aspirational and well-disciplined environment.  To this end we are relentless and robust in implementing our high standards and expect parents to wish the same for their children. We look forward to working with parents to secure an improved future for all


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% English and Maths 9 - 5

% 9 - 4 Maths

% 9 - 4 English

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  • 31/07/2020 This fantastic opportunity will shortly be open to applications from candidates who are seeking a new opportunity for January 2021 as Director of Science. To register your initial interest in this position and to discuss in more detail, please email Read more
  • 30/07/2020 Leigh Academies Trust has a rare opportunity to appoint an HR Administrator Apprentice on an 18-month fixed-term contract, to join our fantastic HR Shared Services team based in Strood, Kent to start in September. For more details, visit our careers site: Read more Read more
  • 30/07/2020 We are immensely proud of our Year 10 students; they have continued to demonstrate commitment, enthusiasm and dedication whilst attending our Summer School. Thank you to our brilliant teachers, our team of awesome office staff and for accommodating us! Read more
  • 28/07/2020 Getting your results this summer? Have a look at our new Student Guide available on our website - Read more Read more
  • 22/07/2020 We hope you find this information useful in answering some of your FAQs Read more
  • 21/07/2020 Cousteau Class took part in their own with activities that they planned and then had to think how they would record their results. Some children recorded in a tally chart and some then used this to create their own block graphs. Read more