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Havelock Academy

Our goal is to provide excellent opportunities in an open, positive and purposeful climate for all to achieve excellence, become lifelong learners and responsible, successful, well rounded citizens.

Key Information (Summer 2020)

Welcome to our sUMMER 2020 key information

This is a 'one stop' page for all the latest news, access to and support for our online learning platforms and key contacts during the current closure period.

Key contacts

General Enquiries 01472 602000 or email 
Wellbeing Support 
IT Support
Remote Learning Page
School Nurse Text Service 07507 331620
Free School Meals Enquiries  


To check if eligible for Free School Meals, click here.

September 2020 provisional opening arrangements

The provisional arrangements and details for September 2020 opening can be viewed by clicking here.

Covid19 Risk Assessment

Our Covid19 Risk Assessment (current version is v6) is available to read here

Latest News/Updates

You can find our latest news and letters to parents/carers at this link here. Message will also be sent through the MCAS app.

If you do not have your login details for the MCAS app, you should contact the General Enquiries telephone number/email address above.

Below are some links to documents for local well-being support services and advice.

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Home/Online Learning 
Student Remote Learning Tools and Access
Parent Support, Advice and Guidance with Remote Learning

Students should use ShowMyHomework to view the online tasks that they have been set by their teachers. This is also available to download as an app for use on mobile and tablet devices.

Year 9 to 10 Transition Work - We have created a transition booklet to support Year 9 students with their transition to their GCSE/Level 2 courses. This is available here.

As well as our online learning through ShowMyHomework, students, parents and carers can access a summary of free online materials to support learning from home by clicking here. You can also check our top tips here.

For help and support with our online learning programs click here.

For IT Support contact information and advice please see the "Remote Learning" page on

Staying Safe Online

 As we have moved to working online for much of our schoolwork for the time being, it is important that we provide regular reminders to students, parents and teachers about online safety and the importance of staying safe online.

The website below has been set up to support parents with our online learning platforms and it also includes several links to support online safety. This website should be your first place of reference for home learning queries, including online support and online safety:

Humberside Police have also released the following regarding cyber/online safety, available here

Here are some top tips for students for online safety:

1) Don’t post any personal information online – like your address, email address or mobile number. For schoolwork, use your Havelock email address and login details.

2) Think carefully before posting pictures or videos of yourself. Once you’ve put a picture of yourself online most people can see it and may be able to download it, it’s not just yours anymore. This includes if you are thinking of using any pictures in your online work.

3) Keep your privacy settings as high as possible.

4) Never give out your passwords.

5) Don’t befriend people you don’t know. Your schoolwork requests should come from your usual class teachers.

6) Don’t arrange to meet up with or call people you’ve met online. Speak to your parent or carer about people suggesting you do.

7) Remember that not everyone online is who they say they are.

8) Think carefully about what you say before you post something online. Don’t post things that could upset other people and don’t post things you wouldn’t or shouldn’t say in real life.

9) Respect other people’s views, even if you don’t agree with someone else’s views doesn’t mean you need to be rude

10) If you see something online that makes you feel uncomfortable, unsafe or worried: leave the website, turn off your computer if you want to and tell a trusted adult immediately. If you feel uncomfortable about anything happening online then you can report it to our safeguarding team at 

For IT Support contact information and advice please see the "Remote Learning" page on

Supporting Young People with Bereavement

We have put together some ideas that may be helpful, particularly during this difficult time, when someone has lost someone close to them.

There is a lot of help out there, including a list of support organisations listed at the end, as well as the support available through our team at the academy. You can access this from this link.

Also view details about Compass provided by the North East Lincolnshire Mental Health support team here.