"Do not bury your talents:
The gifts that God has given you,
Do not be afraid to dream of great things!"
Welcome to our website and thank you for taking the time to have a look. Holy Family Catholic Academy (HFCA) opened in September 2013 and is located in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire. We are a small and inclusive academy where all students and their families are offered a warm welcome.
Our Catholic ethos sets us apart from other academies locally. We consider ourselves a family where each student is recognised and valued as an individual and as Head Teacher I am proud to say I know every one of my students by name. At HFCA our mission is to work in partnership with parents/carers as primary educators, providing a high quality education that allows all students to achieve their potential academically and as a person. We encourage all our students to use their God given talents to be the best they can be and urge them not to be afraid to dream of great things!
With personalised support and excellent teaching, our students leave with the qualifications, key skills and personal attributes they need to succeed in work and life.
If you'd like to find out more or come for a look around, just get in touch. Tours of the Academy can be arranged; simply contact Tracy Farr, PA to Head Teacher, to arrange a time to suit you. Telephone 01472 328433/Email firstname.lastname@example.org.'
I look forward to seeing you.
HFCA Heads for the Palace
Holy Family Catholic Academy Headteacher, Louise Wilson, has been invited to attend a garden party at Buckingham Palace for her services to children and young people.
Students’ eyes opened to the consequences of a life of crime
Her Majesty’s Prison service rolled into Holy Family Catholic Academy on Friday 13th February to lead their action packed ‘Prison Me! No-Way!’ programme to students in Years 7-10.
HFCA engineer futures for local primary school
Students from St Mary’s Catholic Primary School have visited Holy Family Catholic Academy over the past half term to develop their engineering skills by making their own mechanical toys.
Firstly I’d like to say I hope you have had a restful and holy Christmas. Holy Family enjoyed a very busy Autumn term and we are now raring to go in the first term of 2015. Students across the Academy have thrown themselves into events and activities in recent months and as Headteacher I am very proud of their achievements.