We are delighted to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our Healing Academy athletes at the recent District Schools Athletics Competition. Every student who represented our school contributed to a truly successful day, with countless personal bests and top placings. We are incredibly proud of their hard work and dedication.

Our Headteacher, Mr Logan, is also an inspiration to us all, achieving a personal best time of 5.02 mile this week during training!

2024 Competition Results

Year 7 Boys

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
Levi 100m 14.94 PB
Charlie 200m 32.69 PB
Edward 300m 51.25 3rd
William 800m 2.59 PB
Lucas 1500m 5.54 PB
Ethan Discuss 15.1 3rd
Elsham Shot putt 7.63 3rd
William High Jump 1.10 3rd
Ethan Javelin 17.63 3rd
William Long Jump 3.31 PB
Charlie Triple Jump 7.43 3rd

Y7 Girls (Overall Winners)

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
ѱ𲵲 100m 14.56 1st
ѱ𲵲 200m 31.69 1st
Florence 300m 51.86 1st
Lola 800m 3.05 2nd
Isla 1500m 6.06 1st
Florence Shot Putt 5.36 3rd
Lola Discus 11.35 2nd
Martha Javelin 14.66 2nd
Isabelle Long Jump 3.30 PB
Lola High Jump 1.30 1st

Year 8 Boys

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
Flynn 100m 13.43 3rd
Flynn 200m 27.79 2nd
Oscar 300m 46.44 PB
Leighton 800m 2.30 PB
Jenson 1500 5.24 3rd
Henry Javelin 19.81 2nd
Leighton Shot Putt 5.89 PB
Leighton Discuss 13.7 PB
Mateusz Long Jump 4.02 PB
Henry High Jump 1.35 PB
Luke Triple Jump 8.48 2nd

Year 8 Girls

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
Ella 100m 14.63 3rd
Ella 200m 32.38 PB
Sophie 300m 54.51 2nd
Queenie 800m 3.29 PB
Julia 1500m 7.33 PB
Sophie Shot Putt 6.77 2nd
Sophie Discus 12.56 3rd
Katie Javelin 9.84 3rd
Emily Long Jump 3.39 2nd
Sophie High Jump 1.25 1st

Year 9 Boys

Name Event Result Place/PB
Peter 100m 13.27 3rd
Peter 200m 27.57 3rd
Harley 300m 45.68 PB
Isaac 800m 2.35 PB
Alfie 1500m 4.54 3rd
Kayden Shot Putt 8.43 3rd
Zack Discus 18.8 3rd
Mason Javelin 26.06 PB
Mason High Jump 1.30 PB
Jayden Long Jump 4.18 PB
Fin Triple Jump 9.80 3rd

Year 9 Girls

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
Lydia 100m 14.62 3rd
Violet 20Om 32.65 PB
Julia 300m 50.51 2nd
Grace 800m 3.24 3rd
Amelia Shot Putt 5.80 pb
Gracie Discuss 14.42 2nd
Olympia Javelin 15.87 2nd
Lydia Long Jump 3.58 3rd
Julia High Jump 1.20 PB

Year 10 Boys

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
Oli 100m 12.44 2nd
Justin 200m 26.70 PB
Finlay 400m 1.00 2nd
Oli 800m 2.26 2nd
Josh 1500m 5.40 PB
Alfie Discuss 20.63 2nd
Ethan Javelin 23.07 PB
Logan High Jump 1.40 PB
Riley Long Jump 4.73 2nd
Riley Triple Jump 10.35 2nd
Alfie Shot Putt 9.65 1st

Year 10 Girls

Name Event Result ʱ/ʵ
Louisa 100m 16.19 PB
Julia 200m 37.43 PB
Alex 400m 57.13 PB
Phoebe 800m 3.30 PB
Emma 1500m 6.41 3rd
Eva Discuss 13.32 3rd
Lola Javelin 12.98 PB
Lola Shot Putt 8.48 3rd
Julia High Jump 1.05 PB
Alex Long Jump 3.02 PB
Lilia Triple Jump 6.21 3rd

Exciting News from Healing Academy!

We’re thrilled to announce that Healing Academy Grimsby has achieved a “Good” rating in all areas from Ofsted!

Key highlights from the report are:

Principal Stephen Logan says, “Healing has a proud history and tradition of providing the very best education, enrichment, and experiences serving our community. We have faced some turbulence in the last couple of years but we are emerging strongly and by working together, we will return to be one of the highest performing inclusive schools in the region and country.”

CEO Richard Briggs adds, “The staff and leaders are united in their determination to make Healing great again and this report is a positive first step. It’s lovely to read that there is a ‘curriculum that is ambitious’ and a ‘comprehensive personal development curriculum’ with a ‘wide range of extra-curricular activities’.”

We would like to thank our dedicated teachers, incredible staff, super students and all in the wider community who have supported our journey. This is just the beginning; we are inspired to achieve new heights.

Read the full report here:

We are Team Healing: Proud of our past, committed to our future.

We will welcome His Majesty’s Inspectors to Healing Academy on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th June 2024.

During HSC Careers Week, the group was delighted to welcome Hannah, a dedicated community nurse from Care Plus. Hannah brought a wealth of experience and passion for community health, and shared compelling stories from her career. Her visit not only inspired many attendees to consider careers in community health but also emphasized the vital role of compassionate care in the healthcare sector.
We would also like to thank First Avenue Training, who provided such valuable information about childcare apprenticeships in our local area.

We are delighted to announce the date for our Open Evening for pupils in Years 5 and 6.

Healing Academy will be welcoming parents and pupils on Wednesday September 18th. Please come and meet our new Principal, Mr Logan, and have a look round our brand new Science faculty!

Immerse yourself in all the super facilities and opportunities Healing Academy can provide for your child.
We are really looking forward to meeting you already!

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Congratulations to the Yr 9 and 10 pupils who conquered the challenges of the weather and triumphed on their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition!
Their determination and teamwork were on full display as they navigated a two-day trek, and camped out under the stars. This experience will undoubtedly develop their resilience and resourcefulness, qualities that will serve them well in the future!

Following the departure of previous Principal Donna Fitzgerald, Healing Secondary Academy has appointed a new Principal.

“I am delighted to announce that we have appointed Stephen Logan as the new Principal of Healing Academy. We had a very strong field of candidates, and Stephen proved himself to have the values, skills and knowledge that we were looking for to take the Academy to the next stage of its development” says Richard Briggs, CEO of ϲ, where Healing Secondary Academy sits as one of 8 schools within the ϲ.

Stephen is currently Deputy Headteacher at Malet Lambert School in Hull and has been in this role for the last nine years, a school that has earned an excellent Ofsted report.

Stephen says, “I am delighted and proud to be appointed as the new Principal of Healing Academy. This is an exciting time for our community and it is my intention to work closely with great colleagues at the Academy to maximise every opportunity to deliver on our vision and values where we inspire greatness in every child and equip them with the academic excellence, life skills and personal attributes to lead happy, safe, successful lives.”

Stephen goes on to say that he is keen to work with the community to “ensure that everyone has the opportunity to thrive in an ambitious, outward facing, welcoming and inclusive school environment.”

Stephen is clear in his intent to move Healing Secondary Academy forwards, “I have a passionate commitment to ensure we have a flourishing Academy that serves and restores pride and reputation from the Healing community.” He adds that he would like to thank all colleagues at Malet Lambert School and The Education Alliance, saying that “it has been a real privilege to have served this community”.

Stephen is expected to start his new role in September.

Our newly refurbished North Block is now back in action! The students have settled back in to the new Science classrooms and are super excited about the new look. Check out the video below for a sneak peak of our latest renovated learning space.

Pupils from our Student Council have been mingling at the Healing Village Hall Senior Lunch, serving hot drinks and cakes, and enjoying a cuppa while swapping stories with village residents. Everyone had a lovely afternoon and there were plenty of smiles… (but not many left over cakes!)

Always a highlight of the Academic year, World Book Day was celebrated at Healing Academy, alongside all the other schools in the ϲ. Our Videographer travelled around Lincolnshire to capture some incredible outfits, engaging activities and even a visit from the Mighty Mariner!