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13/12/19

Forest Hall School Retweeted
GROW@FHS

Needed: Transport for a Greenhouse Frame. We have been donated a greenhouse frame and are looking for someone who can transport it for us - only 1/4 or a mile from Crest Farm in to but too big to carry! Do you have a van or trailer and 30 minutes of time?

12/12/19

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Mr. L. Davis

The vote results are as follows: Brexit Party – 27 UKIP – 33 Liberal Democrats – 61 Green Party – 82 Conservative Party – 91 Labour Party - 117 There was no overall winner (no majority), so our election suggests there will be a hung parliament!

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12/12/19

Forest Hall School Retweeted
Mr. L. Davis

I spy some keen voters at this morning's at - fantastic to see our students to engaged! https://t.co/I0DJHATOND

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12/12/19

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Mr. L. Davis

Our team are ready to hand out ballot papers to students as they visit the 'polling station' at https://t.co/xcSEVEWjlt

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12/12/19

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Mr. L. Davis

Our election team are busy at our “polling station” for the at - results to be announced between 3.00pm and 3.20pm. https://t.co/JEmIg9bXMW

06/12/19

Thank you for your hard work on the production!

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06/12/19

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Dan Ricketts

Bittersweet to reach the end of our run of at tonight. Been a blast with a very professional team of students back stage. https://t.co/A3i3w6snHC

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06/12/19

What a fantastic evening watching our exceptional students! A big thank you to all the staff who have worked extremely hard with our students and the outstanding band! Thanks to all the parents/carers and members of the community for coming along to support! https://t.co/db2BbrGT3D

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05/12/19

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GROW@FHS

The team have just about come down from their amazing win at the day with last week. Now we're looking forward to working with the and community to make it a reality! https://t.co/IEIXpBJok3

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05/12/19

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BMAT

Young musicians from five secondary schools went head to head in this year’s BMAT Battle of the Bands contest. Students from and came together to share their musical talent. https://t.co/JLkJOPUQ5H https://t.co/C9ARppSlW6

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05/12/19

Forest Hall School Retweeted
Mr. L. Davis

With one week to go until , students at are actively engaging in politics and learning about key parties and their manifesto this election. On Thursday 12th December students will invited to cast their own vote in our FHS Mock Election. https://t.co/5kXkXWjgay

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04/12/19

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Lovely surprise for our Julie from Chef at Novotel London Stansted this afternoon at our Annual Xmas Lunch - thank you very, very much! ❤️😋 Shared with Choir who popped in to sing a few Christmas songs. at its best! https://t.co/RGAhyg5vwM

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28/11/19

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Hire our facilities - we have sites across Essex and East London with a variety of resources available, including Football Pitches, Swimming Pools, Classrooms, Drama Studios, Meeting Rooms, Sports Halls, Libraries, Theatres and more. Find out more on https://t.co/eu0qIqJcYa https://t.co/yIRj2zbZSW

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27/11/19

A big well done to our exceptional students in winning the HRS Hyde Hall competition!! https://t.co/PnhLbEhiSg

27/11/19

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SOLE_SaveOurLibrariesEssex

This needs to happen more in Public libraries are lifelong sources of information and education. https://t.co/ttNDJX7du3

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27/11/19

Schoolchildren are being taken on trips to the local library as part of a push on literacy. Year 7 and 8 students are taking part in the Book Worm Challenge. Every half-term, students are committing to reading at least four books. https://t.co/k0FS9t9l1G https://t.co/PjARMMLIYc

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25/11/19

Our School production of Sister Act is on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th December. To purchase tickets please contact the Main Reception - 01279 813384 https://t.co/dAvlyVI7fZ

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22/11/19

The art of sign language is being learnt by young people keen to expand their skills. Students at Forest Hall School requested the opportunity to learn the communication skill. https://t.co/XyakYCxl92 https://t.co/rqcDDIZbE8

19/11/19

Forest Hall School Retweeted
Kelly Clark

A busy morning at client finding out their latest good and catching-up with lots of leaders

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19/11/19

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BMAT

WE ARE HIRING - Estates and Facilities Assistants We are looking for Estates and Facilities Assistants on a temporary and casual relief basis. These roles have flexible working hours – weekdays, evenings and weekends. Email recruitment.org.uk Phone (01279) 621572 https://t.co/kpFHPunXxB

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Key Stage 3

Forest Hall School offers a broad curriculum. The Forest Hall curriculum enables any student to pursue either an academic or high quality vocational pathway. Through high expectations, expert teaching and targeted intervention, all students will be able to achieve. Timetabled lessons are enhanced by a varied and motivational enrichment programme, creating a wellrounded educational experience for all students.

Key Stage 3

  • Key Stage 3 (Years 7 & 8) comprises 5 x 60 minute lessons per day. In addition to the Core Subjects, students are taught History, Geography, RE, Modern Languages, Computer science/computing, Art, Design & Technology, PE and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health, Economic education) and SMSC (Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural education).
  • At Key Stage 3 there are a wealth of enrichment courses and clubs offered each day before and after school. At Forest Hall Key Stage 3 students are expected to attend at least one club per week whilst KS4 students attend Study Clubs as directed by their teachers and/or determined by their particular work demands throughout the year.
  • In addition we have Saturday School and Holiday School for students to further support their learning. These mainly take place in KS4 but KS3 students will have an opportunity to take part in these.

 

Subject Skills developed Scheme of Work Overview
Art Drawing, painting, 3D design/sculpture, printing textiles, graphics, mixed media, artist analysis, literacy and numeracy. Click here
Computing  Key Computing concepts such as logical thinking, sequencing, selection, loops, variables and algorithms. Click here
Drama Students will develop skills in devising, performance and appreciation; learning how to create plays building on drama techniques for performance. Click here
DSU Students will develop their literacy skills. Click here
English Basics of spelling, punctuation and grammar; Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening. Click here

Geography

Students will develop knowledge of locations, places, processes, environments and different scales. They will apply knowledge and understanding to interpret, analyse and evaluate geographical information. They will be able to use a variety of geographical skills and techniques to investigate questions and issues. 

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History

Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of events, individuals and time. They will be able to apply knowledge and understanding to interpret, analyse and evaluate historical sources. In addition, they will be able to apply knowledge and understanding to interpret, analyse and evaluate historical interpretations.

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Maths

Using and Applying Mathematics is covered by problem solving tasks.

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MFL

Students will learn how to understand and express themselves in a foreign language building up language through words, sentences and paragraphs. They will work predominantly in the present tense and start to work in another tense towards the end of the year.

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Music

Staying in time, performing in groups (including singing), manipulating musical elements, and aural recognition of elements. Notation, pattern recognition, melodic/rhythmic dictation. Composing patterns/motifs, performing individually, following set patterns, rhythmic accuracy.

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PE

Games skills, tactics, and knowledge of rules in all areas. Basic movement and technique. Aspects of personal fitness to aid improvement.

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RE

Focus on descriptive and exploratory development and evidencing opinion.

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Science

Literacy, Numeracy and Working Scientifically.

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