The Hayesbrook School is an 11-18 boys' academy with a mixed sixth form.
We are a genuinely wide ability school and serve the communities of Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Kings Hill and the surrounding areas. Hayesbrook is also the host school for the very successful School Sports Partnership. Our specialisms have been instrumental in the school's continued drive to raise standards across the curriculum.
The school is also part of The Brook Learning Trust which currently works with The High Weald Academy in Cranbrook and The Ebbsfleet Academy in Swanscombe. The aim of the Trust is to ensure the highest quality of education for all its students.
Our emphasis upon learning, teaching and outstanding behaviour is reflected in every Ofsted report since 2000. The school has over 750 students on roll and is highly popular owing to its specialist status. Hayesbrook pupils are also renowned for their success in extra-curricular sporting activities at a local and national level.
Hayesbrook is a warm and vibrant community. We encourage our students to be individuals and to take responsibility for their choices as well as teaching them about tolerance and respect towards others. Our curriculum and pastoral structure empowers our students to ask questions about their place in the world. We teach them to have an appreciation and understanding of the culture, history and languages of other countries and to develop intercultural respect and understanding. This is achieved by developing the students as inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who develop the skills and resourcefulness to be open-minded, principled and reflective inhabitants of an ever changing world, global citizens who are well prepared to be successful in all their future endeavours.
Daniel Hatley - Executive Principal
Carol Morris - Chief Executive Officer: Brook Learning Trust
Admissions September 2021 - find out more about our Year 7 curriculum offering: https://www.hayesbrook.kent.sch.uk/attachments/download.asp?file=642&type=pdf
Today's Leadership Learning Walk - Mr St John was so impressed to see pupils highly engaged in lessons this morning. From understanding how investing in girls can positively impact a country in Geography to a good old History debate on the French Revolution, topped off with the boys showing their understanding of how Bram Stoker used juxtaposition in Dracula for English - All in a morning's work!
This week's thought of the week is "There's enough on this planet for everyone's needs but not for everyone's greed" Mahata Gandhi
Year 10 students enjoying their Duke of Edinburgh bronze award expedition...
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