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  • Message from Head teacher – 3rd July 2020

    Last Friday in High Notes I suggested that we should stay clearly focused on the exact words used by Gavin Williamson indicating the government’s clear intent to “bring all children, in all year groups, back to school in September.” On Thursday 2nd July this intent was translated into the Government plan below that: “all children and […]

  • Further communications with parents scheduled before the end of the summer term

    High Notes Issue 40 (Friday 17th July): Plans for results days, summer work and September start of term High Notes Issue 41 (Wednesday 22nd July): End of year celebration issue  

  • Cycle ride for local charities

    The staff cycle challenge to raise money for local charities has attracted press attention: https://www.knutsfordguardian.co.uk/news/18549711.wilmslow-high-school-teachers-100-mile-cycling-challenge/ If you would like to donate please follow the link below. We are raising money for Wilmslow Youth and Wilmslow Parish Foodbank – two local charities that serve many of our students and families. https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/wilmslow100milecyclechallenge

  • School Lottery

    Please support the school and sign up for your Lotto ticket at: https://www.yourschoollottery.co.uk/lottery/school/wilmslow-high-school.

Week Beginning 13th July – Progress Update

Year 7-12 students and parents will receive a Progress Update during week beginning 13th July which will be emailed out.

Week Beginning 13th July – Form Tutor Session (one hour)

In tandem with the Progress Update, there will be a Form Tutor Session for every student in Years 7-10 and Year 12 next week.  Letters regarding this were sent out during the week beginning 6th July.

This session will provide the opportunity for students to have a meaningful small group face-to-face meeting with their form tutor. It will also allow students to review their progress over the period of home learning and consider the next steps that they want to take to prepare for September.

The days students have been invited to attend are:

  • Bollin (Yr 7-10): Monday
  • Thorngrove (Yr 7-10): Tuesday
  • Norcliffe (Yr 7-10): Wednesday
  • Harefield (Yr 7-10): Thursday
  • Year 12: Friday

In advance of these sessions we do expect every child to have watched the two “Return to School” videos that are included in High Notes Issue 39

Video 1

Video 2

Student Return to School Guide – FAQ Format – w/b 13th July 2020

Please check the letter that you have received which outlines the time they will need to be in school and the time their session starts. It is important that they arrive on time and follow the white lines across to the front field. Students should wear school uniform or PE kit.

This has also been set as a FireFly task.