Message for Art students
GCSE and A Level artwork collection will take place at the end of July 2019. Year 11 and 13 students past will be contacted via email with an invitation to a collections evening where all work will be available to take home. Until this time all artwork must be kept in school in case work is recalled by the exam board. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Year 9 Parents' Evening 29th November 2018
Our Year 9 Parents’ Evening takes place on Thursday 29th November 2018 in A Block, from 4.00pm until 6.30pm.
Pupils will need to make appointments with teachers using the form attached to this letter.
It's not too late to join the cadets
Our new year 9 cadets have been enjoying learning about camouflage, concealment and shelter building. It is not too late for any interested year 9 students still to join the cadet force. Please click here for more information.
More ways to report bullying concerns
At Arnold Hill we are always looking at ways to improve, being an All Together Gold School for 2018 doesn’t mean that our work to improve stops.
We are launching an email address for pupils and parents to directly report concerns or issues where they feel they/their child is being bullied or to report concerns about another student. This goes directly to Miss Garrad who leads on anti-bullying and this will then be shared with the pastoral team who will contact you and investigate the concerns.
Bullying is the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. Bullying can be physical, verbal or psychological. It can happen face to face or through cyberspace.
All Together Gold School award
We are delighted to announce that Arnold Hill Academy has become an ‘All Together Gold School for 2018 for our work on anti-bullying.
This means that we have taken part in an England wide programme and have been recognised for our work to reduce bullying and improve the well-being of our pupils. Being awarded gold doesn’t mean that bullying never takes place, but that as an Academy we have taken steps to improve how we address issues of bullying and how we support our pupils.
City Arts’ Express Yourself
These fun, free, creative courses have been specifically designed for 13-17 years olds with experience of mental and emotional health issues. For over 10 years, Express Yourself has been helping young people to learn new skills and feel good about themselves.
You can find out more by following the links below, or why not go along to the taster session at Arnold library on Wednesday 24th October from 5.30pm.
Express Yourself Flyer
Express Yourself Application Form