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    We are in easy reach from various methods of transport:

    94, 237, 266. 207, 260, 283, 228

    Goldhawk Road (Hammersmith and City Line), Ravenscourt Park (District Line)

    Limited parking is available at Hammersmith Academy. Visitors are encouraged to travel via public transport.

    Should you choose to travel by car please be advised that on street parking is available at a cost of £1.10 per half hour (as of April 2013) chargeable between the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm (Mon-Fri).

    Hammersmith Academy
    25 Cathnor Road
    W12 9JD

    t: 020 8222 6000
    f: 0208 222 6728



Hammersmith Academy winner, Kiera (centre) alongside Cllr Emma Apthorp, Mayor of H&F (left) and Ben Ruzbehan, H&F's Youth Mayor.

Hammersmith Academy Students Receive Youth Achievement Awards

Hammersmith Academy winner, Kiera (centre) alongside Cllr Emma Apthorp, Mayor of H&F (left) and Ben Ruzbehan, H&F’s Youth Mayor.

Hammersmith Academy is delighted to announce that two of our outstanding students, Kiera Ghouneim and Micaiah Haughton, were among 9 student winners of the Youth Achievement Award from Hammersmith & Fulham Council. The awards ceremony was attended by Cllr Emma Apthorp, Mayor of H&F and Ben Ruzbehan, H&F’s Youth Mayor and dignitaries from the borough.

Kiera Ghouneim, a Sixth Form Hammersmith Academy student, was awarded the Young Leader award sponsored by the Chelsea Foundation. Kiera was nominated for her excellent volunteer work with the Police Cadets and the NHS, where she has been working with children through connect care. Kiera’s dedication to volunteering with children and attending regular cadet sessions is truly inspiring. She was thrilled and overwhelmed to be nominated and shortlisted for two awards on the night.

“I try and volunteer with the children whenever I can and attend regular cadet sessions. It was a really big surprise being nominated for this award, but it was also really nice,” said Kiera, who expressed her gratitude and joy for the recognition.

Another award went to Year 9 student, Micaiah Haughton, who won the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award sponsored by KIER. Micaiah was nominated for his perseverance in overcoming a learning difficulty and for his hard work at his parents’ outdoor catering business. He runs the popular waffle stand, which has become a favourite among the locals.

Micaiah’s journey to success is truly remarkable, and his resilience is an inspiration to us all. “I am extremely happy and proud to have won this award. It’s been a lot of hard work, but it’s all been worth it,” said Micaiah, expressing his delight and appreciation.

Hammersmith Academy is incredibly proud of Kiera and Micaiah’s achievements and would like to congratulate all the 9 student winners at the Youth Achievement Awards. Their commitment, hard work, and dedication to their pursuits is truly inspiring and a testament to their character and potential.

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