Statutory Information

Hawkley Hall High School Contact Details

Address: Carr Lane, Hawkley Hall, Wigan, WN3 5NY

Telephone: 01942 204640

Email: admin@hhhs.net

Headteacher: Mr Mathew Klinck

Chair of Governors: Mr L Fazackerley

Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator and designated Safeguarding Lead: Miss A O’Brien  (a.o’brien@hhhs.net)

Hawkley Hall High School is a member of the Rowan Learning Trust. Company No. 8010464, Reg. Office: Hawkley Hall High School, Carr Lane, Wigan. Telephone: 01942 939031

Any parent or public queries should, in the first instance, be directed to the main office marked for the attention of Rebecca Lister who will handle your query.


Ethos & Vision

To provide, in partnership, high quality education within a caring environment enabling all individuals to achieve their full potential effectively.

We believe that young people learn their values and attitudes from a wide range of sources, most importantly at home, with school having a vital part to play. Every child has the capacity to learn and has something to offer their community and society at large. This learning takes place both inside and outside the school and we have many partners in educating the children of our community.


Accessibility Plan

Click here to view our policy


Admissions

Admissions and Appeals to Hawkley Hall High School are administered by Wigan Local Authority. Links to details of admissions and appeals are given below.

Please see information about the admission arrangements below:


Behaviour and Exclusions


Careers Programme Information


Charging and remissions


Complaints Procedure


Curriculum and Qualifications

You can view all our curriculum information for KS3 and KS4 in the curriculum area of our website

Please contact the Deputy Headteacher (Curriculum) Mr S Holt at school for further details regarding the curriculum. Further details about individual subjects can be obtained by contacting the relevant Head of Faculty. Details of our Heads of Faculty can be found on the individual subject pages.


Data

Our most recent Key Stage 4 results 2020-2021

This year Teacher Assessed Grades were awarded to the students that were submitted to the examination boards.

  • Attainment 8 Score: 11
  • Grade 4+ in both English and mathematics: 77%
  • Grade 5+ in both English and mathematics: 58%
  • Grade 4+ in English: 9%
  • Grade 5+ in English: 3%
  • Grade 4+ in mathematics: 3%
  • Grade 5+ in mathematics: 4%
  • 5 or more GCSEs at grade 4+: 8%
  • 5 or more GCSEs at grade 7+: 8%
  • EBacc APS: 4.29

Key Stage 4 results 2019-2020:

This year Centre Assessed Grades or the calculated examination board’s grade (whichever was highest) was awarded to the students.  The Progress 8 score is an internally calculated figure based on 2019 national estimates

  • Attainment 8 Score: 51.2
  • Progress 8 Score: +0.06
  • Grade 4+ in both English and mathematics: 71%
  • Grade 5+ in both English and mathematics: 50%
  • Grade 4+ in English: 88.7%
  • Grade 5+ in English: 74.2%
  • Grade 4+ in mathematics: 72.6%
  • Grade 5+ in mathematics: 51.6%
  • 5 or more GCSEs at grade 4+: 78.4%
  • 5 or more GCSEs at grade 7+:18.0%
  • EBacc APS: 4.04

Key Stage 4 results 2018-2019:

  • Attainment 8 Score: 47.5
  • Progress 8 Score: -0.30
  • Grade 4+ in both English and mathematics: 66.7%
  • Grade 5+ in both English and mathematics: 42%
  • Grade 4+ in English: 83.33%
  • Grade 5+ in English: 70.83%
  • Grade 4+ in mathematics: 68.75%
  • Grade 5+ in mathematics: 44.27%
  • 5 or more GCSEs at grade 4+: 68.75%
  • 5 or more GCSEs at grade 7+: 14.66%
  • EBacc APS: 3.77

Click here to view school performance on the GOV.UK website.

2017 - 2018 Key Stage 4 Results:

  • Attainment 8 Score: 44.1
  • Progress 8 Score: -0.32
  • 5 A*-C including English and mathematics (Grade 4+): 56.9%
  • Grade 4+ in both English and mathematics: 63.7%
  • Grade 5+ in both English and mathematics: 34.7%
  • Grade 4+ in English: 81.9%
  • Grade 5+ in English: 58%
  • Grade 4+ in mathematics: 65.8%
  • Grade 5+ in mathematics: 38.4%

2016 -2017 Key Stage 4 Results:

  • Attainment 8 Score: 49.4
  • Progress 8 Score: Average – 0
  • 5 A*-C including English and mathematics (Grade 4+): 71.13%
  • Grade 4+ in both English and mathematics: 71.64%
  • Grade 5+ in both English and mathematics: 45.36%
  • Grade 4+ in English: 80.93%
  • Grade 5+ in English: 65.98%
  • Grade 4+ in mathematics: 77.72%
  • Grade 5+ in mathematics: 54.40%
  • Entering EBacc: 27%
  • Achieving EBacc: 17.53%
  • Pupils who stayed in education or went into employment after finishing KS4: 93%

Information on expected progress and Ebacc can be found in the governors report below


Data Protection

Data Protection Officer: Chris Bolton (Email: C.Bolton@hhhs.net Telephone: 01942 204640)


Equality Objectives

  • Click here to view the RLT Equality and Diversity Policy

Executive Pay

  • Click here to view the policy on the RLT website

Financial Information

Please see our statutory requirements page on the Rowan Learning Trust website by clicking here for more information about the below:

  • Audited Accounts
  • Annual Reports
  • Funding Agreement
  • Articles of Association
  • Memorandum of Association

For information on the Charity Trustees please view our Trustees page on the Rowan Learning Trust website by clicking here.

For the register of business interests please view these on the Governance page on the Rowan Learning Trust by clicking here.


Gender Pay Gap Report

2018-19 Gender Pay Gap Report


Governors Information and Duties

More information about our Governors can be found here.


Ofsted

Our most recent Ofsted reports:

Previous Ofsted Reports:

Other Ofsted reports can be viewed on the Ofsted website, click here to view them.


Provider Access Policy


Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium information for 2020-21 academic year

Pupil Premium information for 2019-20 academic year

Please click here for previous years Pupil Premium information


Remote Learning Provision


RSE Policy


SEND


Trade Union Facilities Time Report

Please view this report on the Rowan Learning Trust website by clicking here.


Whistleblowing Procedures


Year 7 Catch-up funding

The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium has discontinued by the DFE. The literacy and numeracy catch-up premium gave state-funded schools, including special schools and alternative provision settings, additional funding to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in reading or mathematics at the end of key stage 2.

Please click here for previous years Year 7 Catch-up funding information


Request for copies

If you would like paper copy of any of the information on this website please contact the main office and they will provide it for you.