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20/09/20

*For Year 7 places - September 2021* To book a one to one virtual meeting with Ms Jones and Mr Johnston on Saturday 3rd or Saturday 17th October, please contact admissions.org.uk https://t.co/OIigCDlled

17/09/20

Looks great Mr Davis! https://t.co/nCL9ZPa6T1

16/09/20

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*•.¸♡ Hayley Falzone ♡¸.•*

Your friendly Immunisation team can’t wait to see this when we’re next in school! 🥰

16/09/20

We will be placing the recording on our website and we have some year 6 events coming up soon. Contact admissions.org.uk for more information.

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16/09/20

Every day our staff walk past this wall hanging in main reception. It reminds us of how grateful we are for the NHS. Well done to all the staff, students and FHS families who added to this wall hanging. https://t.co/9zwmXm3Gbj

15/09/20

Please contact admissions.org.uk and we can send you the information.

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15/09/20

Our virtual open evening is tonight! You can access our live event at 5pm and find more information on Forest Hall School via https://t.co/jAXGCkZX8f https://t.co/TJManWsOYe

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02/09/20

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Lucia Glynn

To help us social distance and keep our pupils and staff in bubbles, we needed extra space ! We have worked with and TT Tents to create amazing temporary marquees and https://t.co/CwBw4hReJ5

29/08/20

Thank you to for all their support and help with risk assessments, reopening planning and procedures and generally being a great support. Such a great team of people!

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25/08/20

Our virtual open evening is on Tuesday 15th September 5pm to 6pm. To book a place please confirm this form - https://t.co/53pLyy2pGg https://t.co/fSy0GDEyVe

25/08/20

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Saffron Walden PSG FC

Saffron Walden PSG FC are looking for U14 girls (year 9) to join their squads in the on Saturdays Email newplayercontact.co.uk for more info

22/08/20

What a great achievement! https://t.co/xCGEBuL7W1

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22/08/20

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Queen Petty

My beautiful tegan scored the highest Mark's in her GCSEs in engineering https://t.co/ZiZ2hiyiWN

21/08/20

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GROW@FHS

Amazing Tommy! Well done! We'll get you back to make an allotment documentary!

21/08/20

He truly is exceptional. We are very proud of Tommy and his achievements! https://t.co/PXOklcS7Ai

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21/08/20

"I am elated!" Well done, Amelia! https://t.co/DQflcbV98P https://t.co/VVHbGW4caQ

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21/08/20

"I am very pleased with these results." Congratulations, Tia! https://t.co/DQflcbV98P https://t.co/b1E7Njafw0

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21/08/20

"I was always encouraged to keep going, even when I said I did not want to. My teachers helped me so much." Well done, Tommy! https://t.co/DQflcbV98P https://t.co/OJv8bgi3IB

20/08/20

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Magna Carta Primary Academy

Congratulations to all students for their hard work.

20/08/20

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👇The Safeguarding Alliance 👇

Ms Jones is an amazing compassionate and inspirational who drives innovation and motivation for her . Well done 👍

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GCSE Results

GCSE Results

Posted: 20th August 2020

Young people have proven to be “exceptional” as they navigated unexpected changes this year.

Schools were forced to close to the majority of students in March due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

For GCSE students, it meant the summer exams they had been preparing for were cancelled.

Instead, their schools were tasked with producing recommendations for their grades, based on work they had already completed and ability they had proven in class, coursework and mock exams.

Today, the official results were released to students, including those at Forest Hall School.

Head of school Hannah Jones said: “This year has thrown lots of challenges at our students. Sometimes in life, things happen unexpectedly. I am thrilled with how they have dealt with such unexpected change. They have really shown how exceptional they have been.

“Our students who started their Forest Hall journey five years ago, and those who joined us more recently, have worked hard throughout their time with us. They have shown their commitment, passion and dedication.

“Although they have not been able to physically be in school since March, we want to take this time to celebrate their achievements. As they open their results, they should be really proud of themselves. I am proud of them all.

“As students move onto their next chapter, whether that be training, employment or education, they will have a wealth of skills and knowledge. They have not only progressed academically at Forest Hall, but they have gained lifelong skills which will support them as they move through their life. “While this academic year may have been cut short, they will have many memories from their time at Forest Hall. I want them to remember their Forest Hall days and smile!

“I cannot wait to hear about their future plans and welcome them back to Forest Hall in the near future to celebrate their successes!”

Along with Year 11, students in Year 10 and 9 also collected results for the GCSE courses they had completed early.

Miss Jones said: “Our Year 9 and 10 students, who continue their journey with Forest Hall, have kept engaged with their home learning and have kept up their high spirits throughout the period of partial closure. I have been really impressed with their dedication to their studies in what have been very challenging circumstances.”

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