FHS CONNECT is the Forest Hill School secure online portal.
Once you receive your login details you will be able to log in to FHS Connect and access the following information about your child:
- Registered contacts – you will be able to see who is registered as a contact for your child. Please note, you must contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to make any amendments to contact information.
- Timetable – you can see details of your son’s lessons for each day and his teachers’ names.
- Attendance – you can see your son’s attendance records and any reasons for absence.
- Reports– you can view and download your child’s school reports.
Log in to FHS Connect here
Having trouble logging in? Click here for FHS Connect Support
See the current year term dates here
Open Days 2016
Open days for prospective students and their parents and carers will take place on
- Wednesday 28 September
- Thursday 29 September
- Friday 30 September
- Wednesday 5 October
- Thursday 6 October
- Friday 7 October
Visits will begin at 9:15am with a guided tour of the school followed by the Headteacher’s address at 11am. We expect to finish between 11:30am-12pm.
Please note that there is no parking on the school site and surrounding streets are likely to become busy.
The 75 bus stops outside the school.
Revised Behaviour System
All current information on Relationships and Behaviour is available here
Click here to download the behaviour system flowchart
Forest Hill School is a uniform school with the uniform being a key part of the school and individual House ethos. Please read the uniform list carefully as you may be sent home if you are not in the correct uniform.
It is also expected that you have the essential equipment with you at all times and you may face a sanction from your tutor or your teacher if you do not.
Click here for the current school uniform list
The House System
On entry to the school students are put into a Tutor Group within one of the four Houses. This system allows brothers to be in the same House with the same Head of House, rather than in different years with different Heads of Year. This allows us to build up a better quality of contact with the home.
Each House can be identified by its colour. Every student wears a house flash on his blazer pocket and the house colour is incorporated in the school tie.
- Drake – red
- Harvey – yellow
- Reynolds – blue
- Shackleton – green
Students stay with the same Tutor and Head and Deputy Head of House throughout their school career. This allows Tutors and Heads/Deputy Heads of House to develop meaningful relationships with students and their parents and carers and greatly enhances the level of pastoral care we can offer.
In Key Stage 4 students who show responsibility and leadership potential will be offered the chance to become Peer Mediators, Prefects and House Captains.
Transition from primary to secondary school is seen as vitally important and we place great emphasis on ensuring that this process happens as smoothly as possible. We have close links with our main feeder primary schools; all parents and students have a personal interview with their Head of House or Deputy Head of House prior to starting at Forest Hill School; and in July of their Year 6 all our new students are invited to spend a day at Forest Hill School with their new Year 7 class and tutor.
Absence During Term Time
Parents and carers should be aware of amendments to the Education Regulations that came into force on 1 September 2013 which make clear that Headteachers may not grant any leave of absence during term time unless there are “exceptional circumstances”.
How Can I Help My Son Improve His Reading Skills?
Parents and carers will know that we are proud to call ourselves a reading school. This handy reading guide is full of useful advice and links to other resources that parents and carers can use at home with their children.
You can download a copy here.
How Can I Help My Son Improve His Maths Skills?
MyMaths is an opportunity for your son to continue his maths learning outside of the classroom. It is an online learning platform with content that covers the KS3, KS4 and KS5 maths curriculum in a clear and innovative way.
Your son can take advantage of:
- Online maths tutorials which explain all the key maths skills
- Online worksheets which tell him where he has made mistakes
- Booster packs to help him get to the next level
- A variety of games that reinforce and stretch your maths skills in a fun way
Your son also has his own personal page where his teacher can upload different activities for him to complete in class and for homework and he can keep track of how well he is doing in MyMaths.
To access the website please go to www.mymaths.co.ukor he can follow the link in the student area of FHS Connect.
To logon to the school account your son will need to enter the following
Your son will also have his own personal ID and password which he will need to enter then. If for some reason he has misplaced this please ask him to see his maths teacher.
Please encourage him to use this platform as often as possible to improve his maths skills!
PiXL Maths App
Year 11 students should be using the PiXL Maths App to help with GCSE revision. Click here to access
Key Stage 3 Curriculum
For information on the subjects your son will study in Years 7 to 9 and how to support his progress and engagement during these crucial years click here.
Key Stage 3 English Skills Pack
The Key Stage 3 English skills pack contains information and advice on developing essential skills in English which will take students through Years 7 to 9 and beyond.
To download a copy click here.
Cycling To School
Boys are allowed to use their bikes to cycle to and from school only with the permission of the Headteacher. Parents/carers are asked to contact us to request a Cycle Pass for their son.
Please note that the school cannot accept any responsibility for bikes left on school premises.
Free School Meals/Pupil Premium
If your child is eligible for free school meals, not only could you save £400 a year while they enjoy a nutritious hot meal, but the school could also benefit.
For more information click here.
Academic Review Days
At Academic Review Days you will meet your son’s Tutor or Head of House to discuss his progress and any areas of concern. You must make an appointment via your son beforehand. Appointments take place during the school day.
Please note: you will not meet subject teachers at Academic Review Day.
At Parents’ Evening you will be able to speak to your son’s teachers to discuss his progress and any areas of concern. Appointment times must be booked in advance – your son will bring home an appointment sheet beforehand.
Parents’ evenings run from 4:00pm – 6:30pm.
Times of the School Day
Monay – Friday
9:05-9:55 Period 1
9:55-10:45 Period 2
11:05-11:55 Period 3
11:55-12:45 Period 4
1:40-2:30 Period 5
2:30-3:20 Period 6
Extra-Curricular Clubs and Activities
Click here for details of the extra-curricular clubs and activities available.
Click here to download the latest Ofsted Report (November 2013).
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