Governor Election

Since we converted to become an Academy within the Learning Community Trust we have developed a strong and talented new local governing body. They are a committed group of volunteers who have great areas of expertise in areas that support the working school. Due to our previous parent Governor becoming chair we now have a vacancy for the position of … Read More

Remembrance Day

All students and staff at HLC marked the centenary of WWI by each creating a ceramic poppy to remember the fallen. The aim was to create our own version of the Tower of London poppy display that was created a few years ago by Paul Cummings.

HLC Gold Circle Award

This year we are launching the HLC Gold Circle award! The HLC Gold Circle Award is created to recognise students’ high attainment and achievement across all areas of school and extra-curricular life. The award will celebrate the hard work and dedication that is required for such high achievement. The winning students will be showcased in a prominent display, will receive … Read More

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club supports students to develop the knowledge, skills and ambition to progress to highly selective universities and thrive once there. A group of Year 10 students has worked closely with a PHD tutor to complete a project including a final assignment at a university level, developing their debating, referencing and independent research skills. The programme included a launch … Read More

Umberbags triumph at Young Enterprise Awards

Umberbags swept the board at the Young Enterprise celebration awards event earlier this month. They won a total of 7 awards including “Best Live Presentation” and “Best Managing Director “– Fern Thomson. However, ultimately, the biggest success for Umberbags is winning the best overall Company in Shropshire. This is a first for any Young Enterprise Company in HLC and means … Read More

4th in the country for progress!

Hadley Learning Community has been ranked fourth in the country for its students’ progress when measured against similar schools. Progress measures how pupils have developed between the end of key stage 2 and the end of key stage 4. Hadley Learning Community scored 0.64 in the figures, which places us well above the national average. The dedication and maturity of … Read More