Exam Results Days 2018
A-level Results Day – Thursday 16th August 2018
Year 13 students to collect results from Hillcrest Reception from 9:00am onward, Year 12 10:00am onward.
 
GCSE Results Day – Thursday 23rd August 2018 
Students can collect their results from 9:00am onward.
 
Both results days will be based at The Holgate Academy in Hillcrest Hall. Staff will be available to celebrate with students and support and offer advice if required. If you are unable to collect your results and would like someone else to collect them, you will need to provide written signed consent.
 
Sixth Form Enrolment
Enrolment for the Hucknall Sixth Form Centre for current Year 11 students will take place at The Holgate Academy on Thursday 23rd August between 10:00am and 1:00pm.
 
School Closed for the Summer Holidays
The Holgate Academy is now closed for the summer period. Messages and emails sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. will be checked on a regular basis and actioned when the academy re opens to students on Tuesday 4th September 2018.
 
Should your query be urgent please call DALP Head Office on 01636 551820
 
If you query is in regards to a safeguarding issue, please contact our email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or in an emergency situation please contact the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 0300 500 80 90

Year 9 Careers Fair

All year 9 were involved in the careers day which involved them participating in three workshops; the tetrahedron a team building activity, impress the employer about how to write positively about our qualities and skills and swimming with sharks a decision making activity. The workshops were provided by Ideas4careers funded by Ashfield District Council. In the afternoon students also had the opportunity to meet local employers from NHS, Warburtons and J Tomlinson’s as well as college providers from West Notts College, Confetti and Nottingham Colleges. In the evening the parents of selected students were invited to meet with the local employers and colleges to discuss their child’s options. Whilst parents were few in number, all said the event had provided them with a focus to discuss their child’s future with them and was useful. 

Mark Spencer visit to the Hucknall Sixth Form Centre

The Hucknall Sixth Form Centre (HSFC) was delighted to welcome our MP, Mark Spencer, with his colleague, local councillor Phil Rostance to come and speak to our Year 12 students for an enrichment session.
 
Mr Spencer started by speaking about his journey into politics and made sure that students felt that they were able to ask him questions and that they would have a say in how the session ran.
 
After speaking for a short while on how he became an MP and why he chose the Conservative party, and also about issues that he felt were currently in the news locally, Mr Spencer opened the floor to questions from students.