From Monday 15th June school has extended its offer to Year 10 and Year 12 students. This is in controlled daily numbers and on a rotating basis, in line with government directives about numbers on site at any one time. Parents/carers of students will have received detailed information about when their son(s) attend school, and comprehensive plans to maintain social distancing and general hygiene measures, all in accordance with government advice.
Provision continues to be offered to vulnerable children and those of critical workers, from 10am to 2pm daily (registration is required – please contact school for further information if you haven’t already completed a form).
Unfortunately, other Year Groups are not able to return to school for the time being – they will continue to receive work remotely through our various online platforms.
Home Learning During School Closure
Year 5 Virtual Taster Lessons
Black Lives Matter
The murder of George Floyd must prompt careful reflection about racism in Britain today, and the extent to which it shapes our values, politics and economic life.
At Forest Hill School we condemn all acts of racism and violence and stand united in our commitment to challenge and tackle racism, address inequality and call out discrimination.
Aspiring To Excellence Together
Aspiration · Ambition · Rigour · Partnership · Community
Welcome to Forest Hill School, a community which is aspiring to excellence together.
This is our school motto and it drives us to relentlessly pursue excellence in all aspects of school life… [Read More]
Ofsted Parent View
Parent View is an online questionnaire that parents and carers can use to give your views about this school to Ofsted at any time of the school year.
To complete the short questionnaire you simply need an email address and a password to register.
“The great majority of pupils have positive attitudes to school and are keen to learn.”
“The school provides well-thought-out opportunities for pupils to develop their understanding of themselves and the world in which they live.”
“The school promotes equality effectively.”
“… the school’s leaders identify those pupils who are falling behind with learning effectively and provide support to help them catch up.”
“Pupils feel safe in school.”
“Good provision in the sixth form is the result of strong leadership and effective teaching.”