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Our latest newsletter has just been published: full of updates, ideas and student achievements.


The first Virtual Assembly of our new half term covers transferable skills and careers related learning from Ms Haughton-Nicholls. We also have a lovely performance from Jaimee in 8H2, and wellbeing tips from Ms Grant.


We hope that everyone had a restful half term. Although we will not be setting daily tasks this week, there's still a lot going on for our students at home, including virtual tutor times and optional projects. Students will also receive feedback on their Framed Tasks.


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Well done Year 7 on a fantastic half term. I’ve really missed seeing you all, but I’ve been so impressed with how brilliantly you’ve all been working online. Have a great half term. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we can see each other again. Stay safe.


Our weekly newsletter is out! Many thanks to everyone who has sent us contributions so far. There will not be a newsletter next week but it will be back after half term, so please continue to send us photos and news.


Love books? Hay Festival is running a 2020 programme for schools this week, created especially for learning at home. It brings authors straight from their house to yours.


In this week's virtual assembly: -Ms Grant offers advice to all of us to help maintain our mental health  -Ms Houghton discusses the Olympic spirit  -Mr Cutress launches our MiMove initiative Plus a lovely poetry reading from Arqish.


We had some trouble sending our newsletter by email yesterday. In case you missed it, here’s the link:


The eighth edition of our Virtual School Newsletter was sent out today. Please share it with your children. Thank you for all the contributions - keep them coming!


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Hi Year 7s. I am aware of an issue a number of you had uploading your Music Framed Tasks to Show My Homework today. They are looking into it. For now, please save your work and I will post on Show My Homework when it is fixed with instructions of how to submit it.


Our 7th virtual assembly has now been shared on YouTube. Mrs Holden talks to us about the arts during lockdown. There's a beautiful performance at the start from Samarth in 7U7. Also, watch until the end for a special poetry reading from the HASU staff!


Don’t forget that Macbeth is on tonight! This is the production that Year 8 were planning to see at The Globe.


Our weekly newsletter is out! This one features some beautiful poetry written by our students.


This week's assembly is on innovation during times of crisis, from Mrs Morgan. We are also reintroducing student performances! This first week, we are featuring a beautiful performance from Tilly in 7A4.


Today’s HASU newsletter is available to read here: It’s packed full of news, recommendations and amazing student work.


Students and staff are encouraged to get involved in the HASU Reading Challenge, which was posted on Show My Homework today. How many of these reading challenges can you do?


Today's virtual assembly is now live. Parents, please encourage your children to watch this. Thank you!


This week's newsletter has now been published: It features news from students and examples of great work, plus challenges and recommendations from teachers.


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Excited to announce who join the growing community of schools now using miMove to support and celebrate their students' physical activity journeys. Looking forward to working with you and your students.


We are very proud of our Vice Principal Miss Corley, who featured in The Times article "How work in Britain has been changed by coronavirus" yesterday: You can read Miss Corley's interview here:

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Domestic Abuse

Please find below a list of resources aimed at supporting families and individuals that may suffer from domestic abuse. You can also contact the academy if you need assistance.


Local Support


Local specialist domestic abuse services, for victims, children and perpetrators, including refuge accommodation. Our One Stop Shop is currently closed but all other services, including IDVAs (Independent Domestic Abuse Advisors) are offering phone and online support.

Phone                  020 8092 7569




Not Alone In Sutton

A website full of useful information about domestic abuse, including what to do if someone is affected by domestic abuse


Safeguarding Concerns

If you have a serious concern about a child or vulnerable adult, please follow safeguarding procedures and refer to the London Borough of Sutton as follows   

Children: 020 8770 6001 or email

Vulnerable Adults: 020 8770 6770



Call 999 if someone is in immediate danger. Call 101 at all other times. 

Report online at

How do you call the police on 999 when you can't speak?

When you phone 999, an operator will ask what emergency service you need. If there is no answer, the operator will then ask you to cough, or make another audible sign that you're in need of police assistance. If you're in too much danger to make any sound at all, the call will be put through to an automated system which asks the caller to press 55 if they're in danger. If 55 isn't dialled, the police will not be dispatched.


Sutton Foodbank

Phone  07525 838 640

Email  admin@suttoncommunityworks.ord



Women’s Aid Live Chat

Online service Monday to Friday 10am - 12pm


Sutton Housing Partnership

Phone  020 8915 2000 or email your Housing Manager using this list  


Encompass Housing Advice

Phone 020 8770 5000



Council Community Hub

Phone  020 8770 5000, option 6



Age UK

Phone  020 8915 2233 or 0208 078 2916



Citizens Advice Bureau

Phone  020 8405 3552




National Helplines

National Domestic Abuse Helpline

Phone 0808 200 0247 

If you are not able to speak, you can reach the helpline online at

A national service for women experiencing domestic abuse, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf. As well as advice it can offer access to emergency refuge accommodation.

If you are worried about someone experiencing domestic abuse you can find tips and support at https //             


Bright Sky App

Bright Sky is a free to download mobile app providing support and information to anyone who may be in an abusive relationship or those concerned about someone they know. It is disguised as a weather app. 

Apple download

Google Play download


Victim Support Phone 0808 168 9291 Free advice and support, Mon - Fri 8am–8pm, Sat 9am–5pm 


National Stalking Helpline Phone  0808 802 0300

Provides guidance and information to anybody who is currently or has previously been affected by harassment or stalking.


Rape Crisis Find a Rape Crisis Centre, get online emotional support, or find information and self-help tools.


Men’s Advice Line Phone 0808 801 0327 Advice and support for men in abusive situations.



Phone  0300 999 5428


Helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender people experiencing domestic abuse or hate crime.



Phone  0808 802 4040 

Free helpline for anyone concerned about their own behaviour. Respect offers support services for perpetrators of domestic abuse, young people who use violence and abuse at home and in relationships, and men who are victims of domestic violence.



Phone  0800 1111

A private and confidential service for children and young people up to the age of nineteen. 


The Hideout 

An online space to help children and young people to understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it's happening to you.


Love Don’t Feel Bad

For 16-25 year olds, exploring healthy relationships, how to get help and the law.


Iranian & Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO)

Phone  020 7920 6460 Mon to Fri 9.30-5.30 

IKWRO provides advice and support to Middle Eastern women and girls living in the UK who are facing ‘honour’ based violence, domestic abuse, forced marriage or female genital mutilation.

Emergency numbers 24hrs Kurdish / Arabic  07846 275246              Farsi / Dari / Turkish  07846 310157


Southall Black Sisters

Phone  020 8571 0800

A holistic service to help women and children escape violence and abuse (including forced marriage and honour crimes) and deal with a range of related problems, and meeting the needs of black (Asian and African-Caribbean) and minority ethnic women. 


FCO Forced Marriage Unit

Phone  020 7008 0151 (or 0044 20 7008 0151 if you are overseas)