Sir Christopher Hatton Academy is an independent non denominational Academy providing comprehensive education for boys and girls aged 11 to 18, based in the market town of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Sir Christopher Hatton School was established following the merger of Westfield Boys School and Breezehill Girls School in 1983, on the former Breezehill site off The Pyghtle. With a history of independence as a Grant Maintained School and then a Foundation School, the School converted to Academy status on 1st March 2012.
As a high performing Academy, Sir Christopher Hatton Academy is at the leading edge of Government policy, achieving approval from the Department for Education (DfE) to be a Sponsor of other Academies, who require strategic support to develop the best possible education for the young people of Wellingborough.
Sir Christopher Hatton Academy is a charitable company limited by guarantee run by a board of Directors made up of staff, parents and professional people within the local community with a passion for the delivery of educational excellence for the people of Wellingborough.
"Aiming for excellence in all that we do"
- A commitment to high quality teaching and learning
- High expectations for attainment and achievement
- Success for all through a differentiated curriculum
- Offer a wide range of enrichment opportunities
- Provide a calm, caring ethos that is maintained by encouraging high standards of behaviour, courtesy, and mutual respect.
- Develop our links with and offer learning opportunities to the wider community
- Further develop a strong supportive partnership with parents
- Be inclusive and remove barriers to learning for all
- Recognise and reward achievement
- To be a learning school, viewed as a centre of excellence locally, regionally and nationally
- Embrace innovative use of new technologies
- To be a successful Mathematics and Computing School
- High levels of academic achievement
- To become self-motivated and life-long learners
- To have high aspirations
- To feel empowered to succeed
- To develop as responsible citizens
- To show courtesy and mutual respect