British Values at Hope Academy

We recognise the importance of allowing students to flourish academically and also our wider role to prepare students for life in modern Britain.

Click HERE to read about British Values at Hope Academy

Mobiles can be a great asset but they can also cause problems at school.  The following information comes from the Ofcom (UK) website -

Mobile parental controls

  • All mobile phone providers offer free parental control services which limit the content children can access via the mobile network to items suitable for under 18s. However, they may not always be automatically switched on. Check with your service provider that the parental control settings are switched on, and ask for them to be switched on if they are not. This is particularly important if the phone was used by an adult before.

Parents:  For information and practical advice on how to keep children safe when using the internet have a look at:

Click HERE to download the full guide for parents

X-Factor contestant performs at Hope Academy!

       2014 X Factor contestant Danny Dearden visited Hope Academy on Tuesday 28th April, not only to entertain our Year 7 pupils, but to deliver an important message about cyber-bullying.

       On behalf of the charity, Life Skills Education, Danny gave tips and advice on how pupils can protect themselves online, particularly using social media, and what to do if they feel like they are a victim of cyber-bullying. You can follow Danny on Twitter: @DANNYDEARDENUK or @popbeatsbullyin

       If students are victims of bullying they can report it confidentially on Hope Academy’s SHARP (School Help Advice Reporting Page) system at

Jan 2015 E-Safety Assembly

Click the Link below to view our Jan 2015 'Safer Internet Day' E-Safety Assembly.

Download the Assembly Power-point

Anti-Bullying Update

Be E-Safe, Be E-Smart - aimed at parents, carers and grandparents - features links to national websites, including CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection) and a 'Report It' button to flag up concerns or online abuse.