Frank Moylett 2000 – 2017

20 Feb 2017

Hammersmith Academy is shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of one its founding students Frank Moylett, after a short illness.

Frank was an intelligent and delightful young man with a thirst for life. He had the ambition to become a doctor or an anaesthetist. His passions for all things theatre and media showed off his understated talents, not only academically but behind the scenes through our school productions and events.

We have lost a thoughtful and kind young man with a bright future ahead of him. His memory will live long in the heart of the Academy and in those whose lives he touched. He will be sorely missed by his friends, colleagues and staff. Our thoughts are with his family at this tragic time.

Mr Kynaston

The academy will be closed on Wednesday 22nd February for the funeral.  This will allow close friends and staff to attend the funeral.

Please understand the church is relatively small and can only accommodate limited numbers. If a student wishes to attend, they must inform Ms Upham, Deputy Head and have parental permission. This permission be emailed directly to nicolaupham@hammesmithacademy.org.

Sixth Form students will be expected to come in for exams and Year 11 must use the time to focus on their revision for mock exams next week.

Thank you for your understanding

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