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  • Return to school – the importance of testing and the need for phasing

    Dear Parent / Carer Firstly, can I say a huge thank you for the support you have given the school over the past few months in relation to our delivery of remote learning.  Your positive and helpful feedback, as well as your input at home, has enabled us to provide a comprehensive programme of learning for all our students. […]

  • Problems with FireFly across Europe now resolved

    Wednesday 24th February @ 12:14 We have been informed that the problems with FireFly this morning across Europe now been addressed.  

  • Week beginning Monday 22nd February

    We hope you have managed to find some ways to relax and refresh over the half-term holiday. Please find below a few messages for the week beginning Monday 22nd February – most of these were published in High Notes 21 on Friday 12th February Monday 22nd February – INSET Day  A reminder that the Monday after […]

  • Choosing Key Stage 4 courses for September 2021 – message for parents of Year 9 students

     Parents and Carers of students in Year 9 were sent a letter by Mr Munro on 9th February to outline how the Key 4 Course Choice process will work this year. The key points shared are as follows: The students have been given the following video presentation during timetabled lesson time: https://wilmslowhigh.fireflycloud.net/key-stage-4-course-choices a Parents / […]

  • 16 – 19 Tuition Fund: Wilmslow High School statement

    The 16 to 19 tuition fund is one-off funding for the 2020 to 2021 academic year only.  It is intended to mitigate the disruption to learning among students aged 16 -19 arising from coronavirus (COVID-19). The students supported by this funding all need to be those who had not achieved grade 5 or above at […]

Planning and Preparation for September 2020

The Return to School Guide for Students and Parents was updated and re-published on 2nd September.  Please click here to access this document.

The key points are as follows:

  1. All students to return full-time in September to the full curriculum
  2. The key additional health and safety provision to be introduced in September is that students will “live and learn” in self-contained Year Group Zones – movement around the site will be significantly reduced and closely managed
  3. Our 2020 Teaching and Learning guide for parents and carers on: ‘from the
    front’ teaching
  4. Our 2020 Curriculum and Assessment guide for parents and carers

The following page on the website provides a “One Stop Shop” for September  information:

Preparing for September

The Return to School Guide will be reissued later this term in order to answer any additional questions that are raised or provide an update to information.