Welcome to this addition of our newsletter as we are now half way through the academic year, and hopefully over the snow. The terms fly by and are full of events. There is a Parent Partnership meeting coming up on Tuesday 26 February 2019, between 6.30 to 7.30pm where we intend to present draft plans for the expansion of the school from an intake of 150 students in year 7 to 210 students this September 2019. To support this expansion, Buckinghamshire County Council would build additional facilities on the school site including: a sports hall, seated dining facility, covered tennis courts, a new Maths/English block and landscaped seating areas outside.
Numerous trips, fixtures and cultural visits have taken place over the last term, widening students' experiences and increasing their cultural capital. There have been a number of Duke of Edinburgh trips from Bronze to Gold, County Cup football fixtures, a ski trip to Folgaria in Italy, Parents’ evenings and a whole range of weekly interventions run.
We are well into Sixth Form Interview season and our congratulations go to the Sixth Form team and teachers who have supported our students in achieving an exceptional set of results in August 2018, where based on value added progress, Holmer Green Senior School Sixth Form tops Buckinghamshire’s league table. See the following link Buckinghamshire 6th Form School Comparison
I know you will enjoy reading some of the articles that pique your interest.
The Children and Young People’s Occupational Therapy Department is offering informative talks to parents, staff working with children and staff supporting parents as outlined in the attached flyer. Details of how to book onto these talks is explained also.
As a school we are committed to music education, this has been rewarded by Buckinghamshire Music Trust nominating us for Music Mark 2018/19.
Buckinghamshire Music Trust recognise the value that HGSS places on music in the curriculum and our dedication to delivering a broad and ba...
We have received the following communication from Bucks County Council’s Safeguarding Officer.
PC Luke Price, Safeguarding Officer, Wycombe Area, Thames Valley Police has made contact with some schools to share intelligence that has been received by them. With PC P...