Noticeboard

  • Covid-19 related student absence – “What to do if…” Guide

    Click here to access the quick reference guide that we are using when contacted about possible Covid-19 related student absence. Attendance office contact details Years 7 – 11   Mrs Rebecca Charlton – Secretary to Student Services/Attendance Email: attendance@wilmslowhigh.cheshire.sch.uk      Direct Line: 01625 441089 Years 12 – 13 Mrs Karen Flannery – Sixth Form Administrator Email: kflannery@wilmslowhigh.cheshire.sch.uk   Direct […]

  • Digital Learning Survey for parents – effective use of digital devices

    This is a year where students’ effective use of digital devices and Firefly is going to be particularly important to their learning. For this reason, we want to know more about what digital devices our students are using and how they using them so that we can ensure that all our students have good access […]

  • Virtual Expectations Evening Presentations

    Revised programme: Following the publication of further Ofqual guidance this week on exam syllabus changes, we have revised our programme of forthcoming Virtual Expectation Evenings as follows: 1: Curriculum and Assessment for 2020-21 Focus: Separate KS3 and KS4/5 presentations on curriculum and assessment plans for 2020-21 When: Sent out through High Notes on Friday 18th […]

  • Open Day / Evening – Autumn 2020 – the virtual experience

    Because of the current Covid restrictions placed on schools, we will not be able to offer parents/carers our normal Open Evening and Day experience. Our real-life tours will be replaced by a virtual tour along with all of the information and insight you need to know via presentations and talks given by our staff on […]

  • School Site Movement Maps

    Versions current at 3rd September 2020 Year 7 village movement map Year 8 village movement map Year 9 village movement map Year 10 village movement map Year 11 village movement map

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.