The Department for Education have recently emphasised the importance of there being ‘a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.’
At Hasland Hall Community School, these values are embedded within the School’s Aims and are promoted throughout the school community and school year.
‘The school is a community in itself but it is also part of a wider community. By creating a vibrant and ordered school community we can ensure that young people can appreciate the richness of living and learning with others. Thus they can develop their empathy and respect for others, a sense of justice and an awareness of the importance of peace and harmony. They can also develop their understanding of the rights and responsibilities which being a member of such a community brings. ‘ Hasland Hall Community School Aims
We are currently advertising for the following posts:
The recruitment packs are available to view on Derbyshire County Council’s website.
We would like to invite parents of all children currently in Year 5 and Year 6 to attend our Open Evening on Wednesday 27 September between 6pm and 8pm. Choosing a secondary school for your son/daughter is an important decision and this evening should provide the information you will need.
During the evening there will be an opportunity to look round Hasland Hall, to meet staff in the different teaching areas and to listen to a short presentation from the Headteacher.
Wednesday 27 September
Monday 9 October
Year 7 Parent / Tutor Evening
Thursday 19 October
Last Day of Term
Friday 20 October
Teacher Training Day – School Closed to Students
Monday 30 October
Students Return to School
Thursday 2 November
Post 16 Information Evening
Tuesday 14 November
Year 11 Leavers’ Presentation Evening
Click below to download our Prospectus (.PDF). You may need Abode Reader to view: