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Consilium Academies is a multi-academy Trust working across the North of England. It has nine academy schools located in Yorkshire, the North West, and the North East. Consilium is dedicated to enriching lives and inspiring ambitions for both students and colleagues.

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  • Weekly Newsletter 27/01/2023

    Published 27/01/23

    Phew! It has been such a busy week here at Heworth we have only just managed to get this all together to show you!

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  • Weekly Newsletter 19/01/2023

    Published 19/01/23

    We hope you have all had a fabulous week. We would like to kick off this week's newsletter with HUGE congratulations to one of our Year 11 students. Will N has had a successful trial with Carlisle United Football Club and will start as a youth team scholar in July 2023. 

    Well done Will! We can't wait to see what success the future holds for you in the Great Border City!


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  • Weekly Newsletter 12/01/2023

    Published 12/01/23

    Welcome back to all our parents and carers and a Happy New Year to everyone. We hope 2023 will bring you good health and happiness, and we hope you all managed a bit of downtime over the holidays.

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  • End of Term Newsletter 22/12/2022

    Published 21/12/22

    Thank you for all your support this week, we could not do this job without the efforts and support from all our parents, carers and our wonderful students. The whole of TeamHG wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year. 

    Here is your final round up for 2022!

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  • Weekly Newsletter 15/12/2022

    Published 15/12/22
     A HUGE Thank you for your understanding and patience with the heating issues yesterday.


    We are still pushing for our 96% target and here are some lucky winners of "On the Spot" prizes from today!

    Lewis D and Emily B, Well Done!

    We also celebrated our 100% attendees with one of our famous pizza parties this week as well.

    Remember students need to be in to win - more prizes will be handed out tomorrow!

    Christmas Show

    All we can say is WOW!

    The show was incredible. Students were singing, acting, playing instruments and dancing their way into the festive period like total pros - making us all smile, laugh and cry with emotion. It was fabulous to see - Well Done to all the students and staff involved and thank you to the friends and families who came to support our young people.

    And thank you in advance to those coming tonight and next week. We really appreciate your support.


    A Visit from our Deputy Chief Executive Officer

    On Tuesday this week we welcomed Tracey Greenough our deputy CEO for a visit to see Team HG in action. Our students welcomed her in English and a range of other languages during our "Heworth Hello", including; Turkish, Arabic, Chinese, Mandarin and Persian.

    She was then taken on a tour by our students and was later treat to a performance of the Christmas show along with 150 primary pupils from our partner schools.


    This week a group of Year 11 students went to visit the Sunderland University Medical Facility. They had a fantastic tour, question and answer session and found out about a range of careers such as medicine and nursing.

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  • Weekly Newsletter 08/12/2022

    Published 08/12/22

    We hope everyone is well and starting to get into the Christmas spirit!

    Our young people are definitely getting excited, the Christmas tree is now up in the dining hall and the activities for the last week are in the final stages of planning.   

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  • Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day 2022

    Published 06/12/22

    We will be taking part in Christmas Jumper day for all staff and students on Thursday 8th December 2022 in support of Save the Children.

    Students may come to school wearing a Christmas jumper on that day BUT must be in full uniform in every other way and no other decorative Christmas items should be worn.

    Students do not need to buy a new jumper – decorating an old jumper is equally fine (and a lot of fun!).

    Head over the Save the Children website for some festive DIY Jumper ideas!

    The donation is £2.00 maximum per student, but a £1.00 donation is fine.

    There will be prizes for the best jumpers (these will be nominated by advisors)

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  • Weekly Newsletter 01/12/2022

    Published 01/12/22
    We hope everyone is keeping well and enjoying the World Cup, if you are a football fan. The young people are certainly enjoying post-match discussions! 
    We have just three weeks left of school and remember the last day (23rd of December) is a training day for staff, so school will be closed to pupils.
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  • Weekly News 24/11/2022

    Published 24/11/22

    It has been another busy day for Team HG and as always thank you for your support for our young people.

    Inset Day

    Please be aware that there will be an Inset Day on Friday 23rd December and school will not be open for students on that day.

    Attendance and The World Cup

    Thank you again for your continued support with attendance. On Monday we had one of the highest attendance figures in the Trust, and we continue to make progress and improve. It was fantastic to hear all the cheers and shouts as England scored goals on Monday afternoon coming from every corner of the school and the students were great supporters. In the morning they discussed the importance of the world cup but also some big questions around the World Cup being held in Qatar this year. We heard some very interesting debates on Monday morning.

    Children In Need

    Thank you to everyone who donated cakes, biscuits, sweets or chocolate or provided pocket money for the Tuck Shop on Friday. The event was a phenomenal success, the queue at break time was huge, so much so that we had to put the sale on at lunchtime as well. We raised £360.00 from the ‘Tuck Shop’ sale for Children In Need.

    Fashion Institute Careers Event

    On Tuesday the Year 10 and 11 students interested in careers in fashion were invited to hear from one of the lecturers at Sunderland University to find out about careers and degrees in this sector. The students were an absolute credit to the school and were engaged throughout the session.

    Faraday Challenge

    On Wednesday we welcomed teams from Washington and Thornhill for the Faraday Challenge. This is an annual science competition where Year 8 students worked in teams to solve science problems, using Faraday currency to buy equipment from their Faraday budget. Well done to all the students involved!

    Consilium SEND Conference

    On Friday we are hosting the Consilium SEND conference for SENDCos across the Trust. We are looking forward to showing Trust colleagues around the Innovation Centre and Pitstop as well as having some focused conversations about how we can continue to improve our provision for our SEND students.

    Please let us know if you have any questions or queries by contacting us at

    We always say it is good to talk but if you feel that you have done that and your issue has not been resolved, or you still have an issue please refer to our complaints' procedure which can be found by clicking here.

    Have a lovely weekend when it arrives.

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  • Weekly News 17/11/2022

    Published 17/11/22
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  • A Not-So Silent Night

    Published 14/11/22

    Feeling Festive? Fancy a mince pie and a night of festive entertainment?

    Then join us! At the Phil Welch Theatre @ Heworth Grange School for a Not-So Silent Night this December!

    With performances from a variety of our talented students the night is sure to be merry and bright! Get your holly jolly Santa hats out and don't forget the tinsel - we can't wait to see you there! 

    Join us as a group of 4 for £20 or come along in smaller numbers for just £5.50 per person!

    (Please note, due to health and safety regulations we run at a capacity of 4 people per table, so smaller groups may be sat together on the night)

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  • Weekly Newsletter 11/11/2022

    Published 11/11/22
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