Headteacher’s Blog

Update from the Headteacher

(Posted on 18/06/21)

Today is quite a landmark for us as we submit the Teacher Assessed Grades that will replace this summer’s exams for GCSE, Btec and AS/A-level exams. It’s been a huge effort by all concerned; by students who sat multiple assessments, by staff who have marked, moderated and gone through several quality assurance hoops,...

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Spring update

(Posted on 06/05/21)

Thank you to all the parents and carers who completed the recent survey concerning the changes to the school day that we have had in place during the Covid-19 restrictions. Whilst we will give a full review of the survey outcomes in the next edition of The Swan, I would like to share some of the plans that we are formulating as...

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Return to school

(Posted on 12/03/21)

“There will need to be recovery, but let us also focus on their stories of resilience, of ordinary acts of kindness, of heroism, of fortitude. Alongside these stories, there will, of course, be the stories of loss and bereavement, of sadness, of anxiety and trauma and the loss of social contact. This is inevitable...

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Message from the Head

(Posted on 28/01/21)

Hello everyone, I hope that you are all well and safe and coping, once again, with the restrictions placed upon us. We really appreciate the efforts of parents and students in grappling with remote learning and are delighted to see the level of engagement with daily lessons.Earlier this week, the Prime Minister announced that it...

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Welcome to the Spring Term!

(Posted on 15/01/21)

As this is my first blog of 2021, I want to wish you all a Happy New Year.Thank you for all your feedback on our remote learning provision.Our policy is centred on ‘blended learning’, of which, live face to face interaction is a key element – but only one element. Our focus is on trying to replicate, as far as...

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Christmas wishes

(Posted on 17/12/20)

Welcome to my last update of the year.The countdown to the Christmas break has certainly been muted. Recent events have cast a shadow over school life, and I know that I speak for everyone associated with Christleton High School, as I send our prayers and best wishes to Ethan and his family.Thank you to all those who responded positively...

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