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  • ACS Newsletter

    Published on Friday 20th July 2018

    Please take a look at our ACS Summer Newsletter 2018

  • You vs Train - Trespassing

    Published on Thursday 19th July 2018

    Please support the rail safety campaign @networkrail and @learnliveuk...read more

  • A Level/GCSE Results day

    Published on Wednesday 18th July 2018

    A Level results available 10.00am, 16 August / GCSE results available 10.00am, 23 August...read more

  • End of term arrangements

    Published on Wednesday 18th July 2018

    Arrangements for the end of term and for the start of the Autumn term...read more.

  • What parents need to know if their child is playing Fortnite

    Published on Thursday 28th June 2018

    If your child is playing Fortnite, here is a useful guide on what parents need to know about the game...read more

  • Privacy Notice Policies and Letter

    Published on Monday 21st May 2018

    Please read our new Privacy Notice Policies for Parents/Carers and Students...click here

  • Spring 2018 Newsletter

    Published on Thursday 29th March 2018

    Please take a look at our latest newsletter.

  • Dacorum Teaching School Alliance

    Published on Thursday 22nd February 2018

    Ever thought of teaching? Teacher Training through School Direct with the Dacorum Teaching School Alliance click here for further details.

  • Business Ambassador Henkel Hosts Skills Breakfast for Students

    Published on Wednesday 31st January 2018

    On Wednesday 24 January, leading manufacturing and FMCG company, Henkel, hosted a Skills Breakfast at its premises in Hemel Hempstead. The meeting was for students of The Astley Cooper School to meet with prospective employers, click here to read the full article.

  • A Successful Start

    Published on Thursday 4th January 2018

    Work-Based learning has been running for a term now and the course aims to build a bridge to employment for those looking to get into the job market at 16, click here to read more.

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