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Hummersknott Remembers - posted 11th Nov

At the stroke of 11 am Hummersknott Academy fell silent as students and staff remembered and showed their respect for those who had given their lives in past conflicts. This year it seems more important than ever.

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2019-2020 Fund Raising - posted 21st Apr

The College Student leaders have worked really hard to organise their college's fundraising efforts over the school year.  Unfortunately the current situation meant that many of their final events were not able to take place.  We have not completely finalised the total figures yet.  However, as each College had chosen a local charity, we have transferred the money already banked, as we realise that every penny counts at the moment.  

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Christmas Dinner - posted 18th Dec

The catering staff have excelled themselves again this year preparing Christmas Dinner for the whole school.  There was a choice of eithr a full roast Christmas dinner with all the trimmings or a Christmas panini for those who preferred.  Thank you Mrs Baines and the team!

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Mock General Election - posted 16th Dec

On Thursday, 12 December students held their own General Election as part of the Life Skills Day. Local candidates provided election material which the students looked at and then watched short video clips. Following discussions students had the opportunity to cast their vote for their chosen candidate. The Hummersknott outcome did not reflect the local reality.

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Cross Country Teams' Success in Town Competition - posted 20th Nov

On what turned out to be a nice afternoon for weather with rather heavy conditions under foot, the squad of 87 athletes did the Academy proud. The teams produced a dominant display winning four of the six races. There were numerous individual successes with the standout performance from Freya Talman who showed true grit after losing both spikes with 800m to go and managed to come second finishing in her socks!

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Dramatic Ability Recognised - posted 22nd Oct

Award Winner

Alex Lennie from Year 8 was recently presented with the NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) North East Young Performer’s Award, for her appearance in the role of Jemima Potts in the Darlington Operatic Society production.

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