Life at Huish is full of opportunity both within and beyond the curriculum. Many of our students take part in events of note that have a positive impact both for themselves and the wider community. Please take the time to read some of the newsworthy events that have taken place recently and remember you can also follow the academy on facebook and twitter.
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Well done to Yr10 for completing their GCSE Literature Paper 2 mock.Find out more
Tickets can be purchased from the academy shop. For more information please click here.
Our Spring newsletter has just been published - click here
Year 10 students visit Oxford UniversityFind out more
Well done to all the brilliant BBC School Reporters today and thanks to Ms Donnellan and Mrs Pearce for all their hard work too. Follow this link to listen in on BBC Somerset.https://www.makewav.es/huishepiscopiacademy
We are very fortunate to have Lisa from 2BU visiting Huish Academy on 23 March. 2BU is a support service for LGBT young people and their allies in Somerset. It's a safe space for 13-18 year olds from across the county to make friends, find support and have fun! Lisa will be talking about 'Definitions, Rights and Staying Healthy. If any students from Year 9 to 13 would like to come along to the presentation which will take place in the Library over lunchtime P5, please contact Mrs Canning at Huish.
Another successful and busy tourFind out more
Business and DT students learn about lean manufacturingFind out more
Click here to view some of our end of line PE kit that is being sold off with big discounts
Year 10 geographers have been learning about the devastating impact of malaria and how this disease is very simply prevented with treated mosquito nets. In March Mr Moncur (Head of Geography) will be completing his first half marathon and would like to raise money for this very important cause .
The charity he is supporting is the top rated charity for effectiveness by Givewell, an independent charity evaluation service. This means a small donation of a few pounds could really do a great deal of good (it is estimated that for every £500 spent on mosquito nets a child's life is saved). If you have a few pounds to spare, please sponsor Mr Moncyur at https://www.AgainstMalaria.com/JimMoncur
Huish Sixth students aspiring to the best universities.
3 Students interviewed for Cambridge University
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Click here for more information on the upcoming Careers Fair 2016
Past and future students meetFind out more
Please click on the following link for information regarding the NUT strike action that is taking place nationally on July 5th and how it will affect Huish Academy and Huish Sixth.
Tour of Wessex – ReviewFind out more
The summer season exam timetable can be found here
Join the celebrations 18-26 JuneFind out more
Sessions start on Thursday 21 April from 1.25 - 1.55 at Huish Leisure for all year groups.
I was delighted to receive an email during the Easter holidays stating that despite strong competition, Samantha Hobbs (YR 13) had been awarded the distinction of Active Campaigner on behalf of the Diana Award.Find out more
Robotic technology innovation on showFind out more
Please take a look at a fantastic insight into the DJ world of our very own YR12 superstar DJ Issy Hughes!Find out more
Huish Sixth students visit the Auschwitz Holocaust Memorial Museum as part of a half term trip to PolandFind out more
Timings for mock GCE exams for Sixth Form students.
This is also available on the Huish Sixth area of our website under Information. Mock timetable
This year we are celebrating World Cultures, with the work of over one hundred students being shown off on the catwalk.Find out more
Sixth Form Drama students perform around Somerset primary schools.Find out more
We would like to draw parents' attention to our latest Attendance Policy. In particular, please note the section on page 2 which covers lateness to school and our procedures for dealing with this. The policy is available to view on this link.
Students enjoy 'Big Apple' adventure.Find out more