Expressions of interest can be made directly to the Global Academy. The closing date for application would be 15th February of the preceding academic year, but students can still express their interest and make applications after this date. If we are full, late applicants will go onto a waiting list and if we have spaces they will be offered a place.
Expressions of interest and applications should be made directly to the Global Academy. The deadaline for applications into Year 12 is 31st May of the preceding academic year.
We will be accepting 50% from within 5 miles of the Academy in Hayes and 50% from anywhere outside this radius.
This is a state school funded by the Department for Education so there are no fees.
Year 12 students will need a minimum of 5 or more grade 4 (C) at GCSE level or above. There are additional requirements for some subjects like Maths and Music Technology A-Level where we expect at least a grade 6 at GCSE. All applicants for year 12 will have an interview with us about their course and options so we can make sure our course is appropriate for their ability and aspirations.
Students must demonstrate a strong interest in the broadcast and digital media industry and show some examples of their work. They will attend a meeting to discuss their options so we can make sure that they are appropriate for their needs.
Yes. Children with statements of SEN or an EHCP, children in care and pupil premium students are all given priority. Pupil Premium students are defined as those who have a parent who is part of the Armed Forces, Children in our Care (CIOC) or any student who has been on free school meals at any time in the past 6 years.
There is a uniform for our Year 10 and Year 11 students consisting of the Global Academy polo and you can find those guidelines here. For our Year 12 and Year 13 students we expect all students to dress in a manner that is appropriate for the working environment - this includes no extremely ripped jeans, midriff showing or exposed cleavage or thigh. In addition, students are expected to have their Global Academy Zoodie & T-Shirt on them at all times in case they're required to wear it as well as their lanyards and ID cards.
The school day at the Global Academy runs from 8.45am until 2.50pm. In addition to the core hours, there are enrichment activities and clubs available until 4pm.
A lot of the work at the Global Academy will be project based meaning less work to do at home after school and we encourage students to stay at the Academy where there is support to complete work so they can rest and socialise at home.
They will be similar to the holiday timetable of the schools that fall under Hillingdon. You can see all of these here.
In year 10 it will be about 20-25 and in year 12 smaller in most subjects.
We have a SEND co-ordinator and specialist staff who are able to support students.
All schools are now required to tell students what their educational options are, including the opportunity to move to a UTC.
This should not be a worry as the curriculum in years 10/11 is still very broad and students do not fully specialise until year 12.
We have been recruiting various roles. Keep an eye on our recruitment page as we post all of our roles there.