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Welcome to the Hundred of Hoo Academy website.  Our aim is to transform lives by developing high achieving articulate young people who progress onto University or a career of choice and in turn make a positive contribution to society. We are ambitious for all of our pupils and they are expected to work hard in a highly aspirational and well-disciplined environment.  To this end we are relentless and robust in implementing our high standards and expect parents to wish the same for their children.  We are a very proud member of the Williamson Trust and we look forward to working with parents to secure an improved future for all.

 

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  • 15/02/2018 On behalf of the Academy, it’s staff and pupils, we would like to thank parents, former pupils, colleagues from Medway and local community members for the many messages of condolence and support we have received.
  • 15/02/2018 We appreciate staff, pupils and members of the community may wish to pay their respects to Gary Vyse. An area is available to lay flowers or tributes at the front of the Academy by the main Academy signage.
  • 14/02/2018 We are deeply saddened by the news that Gary Vyse, head teacher of Hundred of Hoo Academy, has died. Cllr Andrew Mackness has paid tribute on behalf of the council. Read the tributes to Gary – Read more
  • 14/02/2018 It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Gary Vyse, the CEO of our Trust. Read tributes to Gary here – Read more
  • 13/02/2018 Fresh powder, bright sunshine and a cloudless sky made for a glorious day on the slopes for our students. ’huez Read more