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Welcome to Sevenhills Academy.

Sevenhills is an Academy Alternative Provision Converter that welcomes students from all backgrounds and abilities. Our student population varies from pregnant teenage mothers, students with challenging behaviours and SEMH needs, to students with social and emotional vulnerabilities. At Sevenhills Academy we work hard to provide a safe, happy and caring learning environment. Students access high standards of teaching and learning, which supports them towards enhanced outcomes and teaches them strategies to improve their behaviour.

Students are educated in modern facilities with access to fantastic learning resources and new technology. Teachers and support staff deliver high quality programmes of study that not only lead to GCSE accreditation, but also a number of bespoke vocational qualifications and others address social and emotional needs.

Where are we?

Sevenhills Academy is based next to the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby.

Currently we cater for 60 students that are divided into Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. There are photos in our galleries of our facilities, so please take a moment to enjoy them. They are proof of our children’s endless capacity to improve and to overcome their problems, when given the right help.

Admissions.

We encourage all parents considering a placement for their child to visit us. It is important to see the quality of the facilities we offer, but also to meet the team and to understand the way that we work. To arrange a visit please contact the school office on the number below:

Sevenhills Academy: 01472 322079

 

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Photo of the day How fantastic to see one of our 2017 former students so happy and hard at work. #lifeatsevenhills #missyou #worksomewhereyoulove #SevValues https://t.co/LVDvIbFoVr
KS4 Nunny Farm Trip A chance for our students to have wellbeing time with animals and explore career opportunities. #farmlife #community #proud #SevValues @nunnysfarmcic https://t.co/tJARWtGmJS
Amazing work today for a student who was finding the bus stop method difficult, using sticks to divide made a huge difference to his learning #SEVvalues #perserverance https://t.co/v4q9q4Cvsg
Students in KS3 described cereals today, using their five senses. They was happy that they even got to eat them during the lesson. #SEVvalues #perserverance https://t.co/bPBIDfcJif
Isaac’s focusing on the work of Matisse in art this week 🎨 #ThisisAP #SEVvalues https://t.co/g4ObRgGhda
Photo of the day Community projects are so much fun It is lovely seeing our students enjoy learning #thisisAP #community #learningisfun #SevValues https://t.co/L0b1j08vgG
Active Citizenship in practice. KS4 students interviewing members of the public and even one of our former students from last year on the issues relating to hygiene poverty. Every student took part and grew in confidence throughout the morning. #thisisAP #proudmoments https://t.co/VfGTVwdfRg
Students across KS4 today have been interviewing members of the community as part of their primary research on hygiene poverty. Everyone took part and demonstrated interpersonal skills and resilience. #thisisAP #responsibility #respect #community https://t.co/v53Jz2HJi9
Pathway 1 students have made us so proud today, MF working on concentration and patient with Lego & TW and TG completing their reading baseline assessments. The engagement and attitude to learning makes us smile everyday 😊 well done guys keep up the good work! #SEVvalues https://t.co/RqieQcUQhp
KS4 Active Citizenship Questionnaire ready Hygiene Poverty Awareness ready Primary research starts tomorrow working within our community #wemakeadifference #thisisAP #SEVvalues #takingresponsibility https://t.co/wICf21klgN
KS4 creating posters ready for their Active Citizenship 'Hygiene Care Packs' community event this week. KS4 students are raising awareness on hygiene poverty and the issues many families and young people face when struggling financially. #thisisAP #community #hygienepoverty https://t.co/YnWHe8GKc3