• Message for Year 13 – 14th August 2020

    Dear Year 13, We thought that you would appreciate an update as we continue to navigate our way through the 2020 grade awarding process. On Thuesday 13th August you received your Calculated Grades and we focused on providing support for those of you with UCAS and clearing queries, and grade concerns.  Thank you very much […]

  • Year 13 – we are proud of you!

    Everyone at Wilmslow High School is very proud of all that our students have achieved and the contribution they have made to our community throughout their school career.  Never in my lifetime have a cohort of Year 13 students been required to live through such remarkable circumstances as our world as a whole has faced during 2020.  In the long run I am very […]

  • How can uniform and sports kit be bought over the summer holiday?

    Over the summer break, Express Uniform will be operating ‘pop-up’ shops from the school’s High Options area. PE kit orders will also be available for collection from the Printworks office in school. The opening times for both the pop-up shops and Printworks are detailed on this school website link. This page will be updated next […]

  • When will we be publishing further information about the start of the new school year?

    In addition to the information included within High Notes Issue 40 of 17th July 2020, there will be many more details that you and your children will need and want to know before September consequently we will be publishing on Friday 21st August an updated version of the Student Return to School Guide and a […]

  • Cheshire East school travel survey – planning for September 2020

    Cheshire East Council would like all of our parents / carers to complete this short travel to/from school survey to help them understand our students’ current travel arrangements and to help identify alternative options from September. Their requested deadline for completion is Wednesday 22nd July.

Planning and Preparation for September 2020

High Notes Issue 40 of Friday 17th July is entirely devoted to introducing to our plans for the full opening of the school in September.  Please click here to access this issue.

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. Staff Training now over 3 INSET Days (Tuesday 1st – Thursday 3rd September)
  4. The student return to site will build up in stages over 3 days (Friday 4th – Tuesday 8th September)
  5. Further details on plans and procedures for the new school year will be communicated on Friday 21st August