North East Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
About Havelock Academy
Located in the town of Grimsby, Lincolnshire, Havelock Academy is a co-educational secondary school. Havelock has around 1000 pupils aged 11-18, making it slightly larger than the average secondary school. The school has an economically diverse catchment area, a fact reflected in its student intake. Originally known as Havelock school, it was established in the 1960s, adopting its current name in 2007 upon its conversion to an academy. The school is part of the David Ross Education Trust, a multi-academy trust responsible for a large number of schools across the Midlands and the north of England.
Mrs Wendy Jackson
Values and Vision
Havelock Academy works closely with its numerous partner primary schools, as well as the David Ross Education Trust, in order to provide the best possible range of opportunities for its pupils and to properly manage their move into secondary school with the bare minimum of disruption. The school sets a high academic and behavioural standard for its students to strive towards, encouraging them to take pride in their work ethic and properly supporting their personal development throughout their time at school, but particularly in the later years.
“Students’ personal development is promoted well throughout the curriculum. Students appreciate the extra time their teachers and other adults are giving to help them do better. This is ensuring students are doing well. Students’ behaviour is good and they are keen to learn. This makes a strong contribution to their good progress.”