|Motto||"Inspiring Creativity & Achievement"|
|Headteacher||Mr D Parmar|
|Age||11 to 19|
|Houses||Viking, Apollo, Genesis, Telford|
Haywood Academy is a secondary school with academy status for 11- to 19-year-olds located on High Lane in the Stoke On Trent town of Burslem, England. The Sixth Form is located in the Old Town Hall in Burslem, 1 mile from the main site. It was formerly known as Haywood Engineering College, and changed its name in July 2013 to reflect its Academy status. Haywood Academy is a member of the Schools Cooperative Society and is proudly a cooperative school, governed by local people for the benefit of local young people. Its innovative sixth form provision has been highly regarded by the DFE as best practice.
It was formerly known as Stanfield Technical High School, then into Haywood Engineering College and currently Haywood Academy.
Stanfield Technical High School
- Michael Colclough, Bishop of Kensington from 1996-2008
- Charles Strasser, known for his Strasser Scheme (Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association)
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