Parental Feedback

Our children have different personalities, skills, interests, strengths, and weaknesses but both have been well cared for at Hall Green and have always looked forward to going to school. Opportunities are provided for all abilities and interests which helps to realise the potential of each child and so they themselves can recognise their own value. No single skill appears to be valued above all others so the pupils are able to find out what makes them shine. My children aren’t statistics, they’re individuals, and that’s why I’m glad that they’re at Hall Green.

FC, parent.


Provisional results: 2017/2018

Congratulations to our outgoing Year 11, who performed superbly in the 2017/2018 GCSE exams. Provisional results show that 66% of our pupils gained a standard (9-4) pass in both English and Maths and 45% gained a strong (9-5) pass in both English and Maths. Pupil Premium performance was very strong, with 59% gaining a standard (9-4) pass in both English and Maths and 40% gaining a strong (9-5) pass in both English and Maths. Our school’s Progress 8 score is now provisionally +0.1, with a score of +0.14 for Pupil Premium pupils. Good luck to all of you in your next steps after Hall Green School!

Year 9 PSHE Programme: Tapestry

“Tapestry” is a theatre production designed to give pupils a safe space to discuss sensitive and controversial questions about how and why young people can get drawn into extremist ideologies. The play is interactive, with the action stopping at intervals so that pupils can talk to the characters in the play and ask them questions or give them advice. This production addresses the five fundamental British Values of democracy , rule of law, tolerance of different cultures and religions, mutual respect and individual liberty and is part of the school’s response to the “Prevent” strategy. For more information about Tapestry, follow the web link below:

Parent View

We would like to remind parents that Ofsted’s “Parent View” facility is always open and allows you to give feedback across a range of areas.

Please click here to access the site, where you will be prompted to login or create a new account. You can also access this page through our “School Performance” tab, in the Ofsted section.

Educate and Celebrate

Educate and Celebrate

On Wednesday the 20th of March, a speaker from the organisation “Educate and Celebrate” will present assemblies to pupils in years 7 and 8. We are committed to Hall Green School being an inclusive community where all pupils are treated with dignity and no pupil or adult is bullied or stereotyped due to their sexuality, gender-identity or other perceived differences.

The presentation has two main aims:

  • To promote the idea that we must treat all people fairly and equally, regardless of sexuality, gender-identity or other differences.
  • To educate pupils so that they learn to avoid discriminatory and abusive language towards minority groups, such as the LGBT+ community.

This can be a sensitive issue and the presenter will be respectful of the fact that pupils come from a range of traditions on the matter. If you wish to discuss this further, please contact the school and ask to speak to Mr Adams or Mr Simson.

Year 10 at Birmingham Childrens’ Hospitial

As part of Healthcare Science week, a group of Year 10 pupils spent the day at the Birmingham Childrens’ hospital, where they found out about the laboratories, The Heart Investigations Unit and neurophysiology. They had a tour of the hospital and presented their findings, then in groups they helped the hospital to produce new “young-people” friendly literature regarding the Neurophysiology investigations which will go on to be used with real patients! They were a real credit to the school throughout the event.


Year 9 Options and Parents’ Evening

Year 9 Options and Parents’ Evening

On Tuesday 12th March we welcomed parents, carers and pupils into school for an evening of presentations, meetings and consultations regarding current academic performance and the selection of subjects to be studied in Year 10. Our presentation can be accessed by clicking here, and our current options booklet can be accessed by clicking here. Once again, we thank our fabulously supportive parent body for showing support and guiding your children towards the best possible pathway.

Romeo and Juliet on Instagram!

Romeo and Juliet on Instagram!

On the 8th & 22nd March, the RSC will be answering students’ questions on Romeo and Juliet via the RSC Instagram account (@theRSC). Whether they need to know more about characters, themes, or key scenes or speeches, RSC actors and experts will do their best to answer any questions to help with homework or revision.

They will be looking at different topics each fortnight, and on 21st March Deputy Artistic RSC Director Erica Whyman will be live on Twitter to answer questions as well. Students can send in questions on the 6th & 7th of March to be answered on the 8th of March, and on the 20th & 21st of March ready for answers on the 22nd of March.

Follow @theRSC on Instagram to find out more.

Friday 29th March: INSET Day

Friday 29th March: INSET Day

A reminder that the school is closed to pupils on this day, except for a number of Year 11 pupils who will be in completing work. Thank you.

It's things like this which further reinforce @JohnAmaechi as the ideal dinner guest! If you ever wanted to pop in to @HallGreenSch for a hybrid sandwich and to talk to our young people, the door is ALWAYS open!

As part of Healthcare Science week, a group of Year 10 pupils spent the day at Birmingham Childrens' hospital, where they found out about the laboratories, The Heart Investigations Unit and neurophysiology. They had a tour of the hospital and presented their findings, then...

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