Headteacher’s Blog

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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Success for Children in Need

(Posted on 19/11/20)

The Autumn term progresses well, as we settle into our new routines.In the midst of the tumult, students are responding superbly, our curriculum recovery programme has begun, (a summary document is available on our website), and some activities are returning - there is still a sense of fun around school – even though at times...

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As we break for half-term...

(Posted on 23/10/20)

At the start of the Autumn term, our primary focus was to get students back into learning routines and the vast majority of them have responded really well and as a result, the return to school has been relatively smooth. It hasn’t been without its difficulties, but students and staff have adapted well to the changes in timetable...

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Head's Blog - 2nd October

(Posted on 02/10/20)

This last week has seen the start of our new mentoring programme, which has been designed to help students reconnect with school life. It is part of our much wider Curriculum Recovery plan, which all departments have contributed to. The plan focuses on four key areas: academic recovery, literacy and numeracy, health and wellbeing...

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A new term!

(Posted on 10/09/20)

It’s been a great start to a very unusual Autumn term.Year 7 have settled in really well. Any fears we had over their lack of access to school in the summer term have been quickly laid to rest. They have responded brilliantly to the restrictions in place, and I think that having one classroom for all their lessons has eased...

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