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02/07/20

Madeline has been working exceptionally hard at home and been attending google classroom sessions to present her work to her teachers. We love her Ascot hat! Well done Madeline. We can’t wait for you to join FHS! https://t.co/ZlGwMn9FzM

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01/07/20

Well done to all those who entered the FHS food technology challenge last week. A big well done to Mason in Year 7 for winning! We are looking forward to seeing the next set of entries. https://t.co/8oMRekYqy0

30/06/20

Our first Yr 6 House transition evening took place tonight via Teams. Thank you to those families who joined us! Tomorrow we have Eagle house at 5pm. If you are a Yr 6 parent/carer & you require more information, please contact admissions.org.uk

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29/06/20

Well done to Faye for her exceptional achievement during working at home. We are all really proud of you Faye! https://t.co/FcDHQmT1Um

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26/06/20

Check your email account all FHS students! https://t.co/Q2IMWaHtIZ

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25/06/20

Our Year 6 exceptional home learner for today is Lizzie. Well done for your exceptional tie dye! https://t.co/ORbBA60IHx

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25/06/20

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Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/vQykuMBGEI

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25/06/20

We are excited to announce that on Friday 3rd July we are holding a virtual sports day. More information to follow..... https://t.co/YJdF0o05wo

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25/06/20

Forest Hall School Retweeted
National Writing Day

To everyone who joined in on the this , thank you. It's been an absoulte pleasure. Please continue to share your writing. We'll keep reading over the coming days. Plus, we'll see you next year: on Wednesday 23rd June 2021! https://t.co/xuMImTqfoz

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24/06/20

Well done Jasmine Rose some great baking skills on show here! Another exceptional home learner award given to our exceptional students. Please continue to send in your home learning success stories. https://t.co/ih5jjyYgBO

24/06/20

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Emma Nicholls

Much appreciated!! Thank you x

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24/06/20

This week we sent a message to our students via post...we are extremely proud of all their exceptional work. Keep going FHS students! https://t.co/HiBh7DVtvC

24/06/20

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Ms Horner

Wedgie! This is absolutely gorgeous 😍

24/06/20

Another exceptional #247 from Mrs Whitbread! https://t.co/x3fNpEsvwd

24/06/20

Exceptional! Very proud of her #247 https://t.co/JZLQhrmZP7

24/06/20

Exceptional Mrs Wedgbrow! https://t.co/TsSRlQUWOD

24/06/20

Well done Miss Power! https://t.co/oz3K8QV55V

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24/06/20

Another exceptional student with their https://t.co/ks6ykwOJqL

24/06/20

Forest Hall School Retweeted
National Writing Day

THANK YOU for all the stories Forest Hall! https://t.co/S8T62kw6Jj

24/06/20

It’s National Writing Day. Here is a special message to our exceptional students ⁦ https://t.co/QoNRmBVGzU

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School celebrates lockdown achievements

School celebrates lockdown achievements

Posted: 9th June 2020

FHS is celebrating all its students and teachers have achieved during the Coronavirus shutdown.

As with all schools in the country, Forest Hall School has been closed to the majority of students for two months.

Teachers and students had to quickly adapt to a new way of life, working from home and via online programmes.

But, while the shutdown has proven a challenge to all schools, Forest Hall is proud of what it has achieved.

Since schools closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Forest Hall has –

  • moved to online learning to ensure students continue to make progress academically
  • made more than 2,500 phone calls home. The welfare calls were to see how students are getting on at home and whether the school could help or support with anything
  • organised Tesco food vouchers for more than 150 families
  • posted more than 600 well done post cards and 25 Exceptional Home Learner awards
  • provided more than 25 families with additional IT equipment for home and internet access to enable work to be completed
  • posted work and reading books to more than 100 students each week who requested paper copies of work
  • launched the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award for 19 Year 9 and 10 students
  • sent out seven Friday Family Challenges for families to test their knowledge together
  • launched the NHS embroidery project
  • created a video to support students with their mental wellbeing and health as part of Mental Health Awareness Week
  • catered for up to 15 key worker and vulnerable children every day from both Forest Hall and Magna Carta Primary Academy.
  • celebrated the end of the half term with an assembly via email to parents/carers

Head of school Hannah Jones said: “I am extremely proud of our staff, governors, parents/carers and students. Everyone has really stepped up to the challenge and is pushing themselves to be exceptional.

“I want to personally thank the staff for going above and beyond to support students with their home learning, offering students enrichment opportunities and by being there for students if they need support.

“Our students have been exceptional in adapting to this new way of life and by pushing themselves outside of their comfort zone. I am excited to see how students engage with the opportunities open to them after half term.”

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