Spring Hill School

Localised news and information you may find useful:

 

The current isolation policy will apply until the 16th August ‘21.  If, after the 19th July, an individual is identified as a close contact they should self-isolate and order a PCR test. Where an individual is identified as a close contact, they will be advised to take a PCR test as soon as possible.  From the 16th August, close contacts of positive cases, who are children, will not be required to self-isolate but will be advised to take a PCR test.  If the PCR test returns a positive result they must self-isolate and access remote education during term time. Self-isolation is not required while awaiting the result of the PCR test. Those individuals who are symptomatic should self-isolate, not attend school and book a test.

 

➜  Term Dates 2021/2022

 

➜  Exam Results Letter

 

➜  Changes to Contact Tracing in Education & Childcare Settings

➜  Contact Tracing Journey

 

 

➜  Coronavirus: A Book for Children by Nosy Crow - Issuu

➜  Ofqual Student Guide to Awarding in Summer 2021

➜  Safeguarding Children

 

Cambian Spring Hill School takes online safety very seriously and subscribes to the National Online Safety forum. We are delighted to be able to give all of our parents and carers access to free updates and learning modules, webinars and guides on a variety of topics that are designed to help maintain staying safe online. We hope you take full advantage of this fantastic opportunity which also further strengthen our home/school partnership.

 

➜  National Online Safety Mobile App

 

Spring Hill School Outcomes & Achievements

We love to speak about stories of success and the brilliant work our team do. Success can be measured in many different ways and our goal is to support the students in our care and bring out the best in them.

 

"It has been wonderful to hear everything that my son has been doing during his first week. Better still, he has been excited and engaged enough to want to come home and tell us about his days and his learning. I know a lot about Celts not wearing armour, and much more about exoskeletons than I did before. This week could have been a particularly difficult one so thank you all for helping him feel so welcome. My son says he feels like people understand him and was disappointed today was a half-day because "I love my new school".

 

- Parent, 2021

 

 

View the academic and social results from the last year:

 

➜  School Outcomes 2020

➜  School Outcomes 2019