Stay at home:

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home)
  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home


As a school, we are committed to providing high quality independent work for our students to complete at home every school day.

All student will access work via Show My Homework.

All students are expected to check the relevant platform by 9.15am every school day to see what work has been set for them, then working quietly and studiously on this work for the time they would normally be in lessons.

 It is imperative that the circumstances we face, do not impede our students’ academic progression, and that they continue to make excellent progress at home, as they would in school.

Here are some useful documents to support your child with working from home:


Students have been sent a presentation via their form tutors, on Show My Homework, about how to stay healthy when working from home. This is available from the link above.


Information for Students

Teachers will be setting work according to your normal timetabled lessons, and homework in accordance to the THA homework timetable. Your timetabled lessons will be titled "CLASSWORK", and this is work which must be completed within 24 hours. Your homework will be titled "HOMEWORK", and in accordance to your homework timetable will be set with a 7 day completion period, unless stated differently by your teacher on SMHW.

If students have any questions regarding classwork or homework, they can message their individual teachers on SMHW. If pupils have questions regarding online access or passwords, please email 



If you are a parent, carer, professional or member of the public, concerned about the safety or wellbeing of one of our students, please do not hesitate to contact us:

Toni Reid-Nelson, Main Designated Safeguarding Lead

Contact number: 07725 110 460

Other members of the safeguarding team will be available by email

Esther Venegas, Designated Safeguarding Lead

Katie Bryan, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


For queries about work set, students should comment to their teacher using the secure Show My Homework comments function.

Some students in Year 11 have been given their teachers’ email addresses. Students must only use their school email address when contacting teachers. If a student is unsure how to access this or needs their password reset, please use another email address to contact the Hurlingham Academy IT team on

Parents and carers with queries should contact their Head of Year by email, whose contact details, along with other key staff, can be found here


Previously, some students were identified by the government as eligible to attend school during closure, either if they are the child of a key worker, or are otherwise vulnerable.

All families were invited by email on 19th March to let us know if they are key workers who will be sending their child to school.

Any parents or carers of vulnerable students were also contacted directly, by online form and by telephone, to inform them of their child’s eligibility to work at school.

These forms have now closed


Vouchers were sent by email on 25th March to all families who currently claim Free School Meals.

A text has gone out to all families to inform them that this voucher has been emailed.

If you have any queries about this, please contact Esther Venegas, using the key staff contact details above.

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