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29/05/24

Few more photos from Y12s trip to NewYork. pic.twitter.com/C8inNAfcSC

29/05/24

Our Sixth Formers had an amazing trip to New York. ✈️ Making unforgettable memories for life!Looking forward to hearing all about it as students and staff reunite at school on Monday. pic.twitter.com/ocxUbFr6n7

24/05/24

And they all have left...Very emotional day, filled with joy, laughter and occasional tear.#year11 pic.twitter.com/p3CU0f1S6r

24/05/24

Year 11 Celebration Day!What an amazing atmosphere in HASU today with students and staff signing shirts. Some really lovely designs out there!Here's to our awesome Year 11s! 📸#Year11 pic.twitter.com/YRzSwnYZCw

24/05/24

Our students are ready to fly out of Gatwick.✈️🌍Have a fantastic time! pic.twitter.com/uiYJ99eOoK

21/05/24

Our Scholarship Advanced Programme students had a masterclass presented by Ms Taitz on "Influence is your Superpower, how to get what you want without compromising who you are" by Yale Business School lecturer Zoe Chance.What a wonderful chance to expand their cultural capital! pic.twitter.com/juu7LqLmY5

17/05/24

The team had a quick but fruitful trip to to spend their winning Reading Champions book tokens. Plenty of revision too for the final in June 📚 pic.twitter.com/CmkbSzOGl8

15/05/24

🛍️👕 Attention Parents! 👕🛍️Join us for the PTA Second-Hand Uniform Sale on Saturday 25th May! Find great deals on HASU uniforms and support our wonderful PTA.Let's recycle, save money, and contribute to a greener planet!🌎♻️#SchoolUniformSale pic.twitter.com/G7ZSAcAiRP

10/05/24

Congratulations to all of our brilliant participants in the Junior Maths Challenge 2024. We were delighted that 21 of our Year 7 and 8 students achieved gold certificates – this is the most golds we’ve ever had in the JMC!🌟 pic.twitter.com/qeNhobVUZI

07/05/24

Last week our students performed a fun singing session during The Inter House Sing Off challenge organised by our lovely Ms Anthony as part of celebrating Performing Arts Week. The signing was heard all around the corridors. Well done to all the participants!#performingartsweek pic.twitter.com/jNlz3d2rQx

07/05/24

Ms Lock & Mrs Jones had a fantastic Friday evening listening to talk about 'Ultra-Processed People' - an eye-opening investigation in to ultra processed food. Chris then very kindly signed our library copy for all to read & 'keep learning' pic.twitter.com/ZpLZOXpOwF

03/05/24

Our Year 10 students explore pH of acids and bases through scientific experiments and discussions using the "rainbow liquid" experiment.#Science pic.twitter.com/goVr28RQCL

29/04/24

Our Year 12 students are , visiting The London Centre to learn about the future shape of the capital.#nla pic.twitter.com/Zw0DiCbMUm

29/04/24

Good luck to our students who take their Spanish exams this week! You can do this! pic.twitter.com/9cNhWolMum

26/04/24

Yesterday we had visitors from Gyeongnam Green Smart Future School from South Korea. They came to see our Passivhaus building and our sustainable school design.Their plan is to provide a futuristic education system and make it a model for their country.#passivhaus pic.twitter.com/NG0bvWDV8B

26/04/24

What I thought would be project that spanned weeks was actually done in three days! Never again will I estimate model building in the library with members of the robotics team and other architectural wizards. pic.twitter.com/VV4SAIZOvm

22/04/24

PGL trip was a massive success and all our Year 8 students came back very happy.Look at some of their special moments caught in this video.#HASUlife pic.twitter.com/RmSwZL0hr9

19/04/24

PGL trip:Day 3Fantastic couple of days for our Year 8 students at PGL Liddington. pic.twitter.com/hiHmaOHgoW

18/04/24

Day 2 of PGL trip. A very clear and sunny morning. Year 8 students are very excited to go canoeing.Have fun everyone!#HASUlife pic.twitter.com/XfsCV5ahqs

17/04/24

Year 8 students arrived at PGL. And the weather looks very promising. 😀#HASUlife pic.twitter.com/rdIgW02WM6

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School Meals

Our school meals are provided by Impact Food who are the leading provider of contract catering in the UK. All of Impact Food' menus offer varied nutritional food, which is suitable for pupils with a range of dietary requirements and compliant to government legislation.

You can contact  our Catering Manager -  Sophia Pusey on harrissutton@impactfood.co.uk

 

How do School Meals work?

We offer food and drinks during break and lunch. We also have a Breakfast Club that operates from 8.00 to 8.20am.

All purchases are made via the ParentPay system.

The Breakfast Club is open to all students. Families that receive a Free School Meal are able to access up to £1 of food from the Club each day in addition to their lunch meal. This is enough for a bowl of cereal and a slice of toast.

The break menu is varied and offers a small snack to keep students going until lunch. Students are also able to buy a sandwich at break that they may wish to keep for lunch, for example they may have a club or society to attend.

Lunch service is split into two serveries. We have formal dining, where hot food is served upon a plate and students are expected to sit and eat in the canteen using cutlery. Our Café area serves a more “grab-and-go” selection, and students are able to take this food to a selection of indoor and outdoor seated spaces to eat.

Students may bring a packed lunch and there is no need to let us know. We find that most families like to plan ahead, looking at our menus and mixing packed lunches with school meals according to personal taste and the activities their children are undertaking at the Academy.


ParentPay

Using ParentPay, you are able to pay for Academy meals (cashless system), trips, music lessons, revision books, and lots more using your credit and debit cards.

The Academy does not accept payment by cash or cheque but instead enables all payments to be processed through ParentPay. This is a free service to parents/carers and staff.

To use the system you will need your unique user ID and password. Parents receive a letter containing their user ID and password as soon as a child is fully registered as a student at the Academy so that they are able to start using ParentPay immediately.

ParentPay benefits our students and the Academy in many ways not least by removing the risks associated with students carrying cash to school and reducing administration which creates more time to devote to educational support and the smooth running of the Academy.

For further information about using ParentPay to pay securely online for trips, music lessons, lunches and other activities please contact reception.