Video Message from Miss Slater – Headteacher

BEP has provided us with some ongoing practical materials to help you to continue maintaining good well-being and manage mental health. Over the next five weeks, they will be sharing practical mood-boosting ideas, tasks, and resources to help you thrive in a global pandemic.
Please click here to access the resources.

Hi Year 11,

If you attended this week’s exam stress session or if you did not, the link below should help you remember some key points on how to reduce exam stress.


Miss Melville


Draft RSHE Policy

In line with DFE expectations the draft of our RSHE (Relationships, sex and health education) policy can be viewed here. The appendix shows the detailed curriculum map.

GCSE Update April 2021

Please click on the following links for the latest information on the awarding of GCSEs in 2021.

GCSE Update Letter

JCQ Guidance for Students and Parents on Summer 2021

Year 9 Options Choices

This is a video from Mr Hosfield explaining how the Year 9 Options Process works and provides pupils and parents help and advice on what choices they should make.

Click on each Department link for information. Art & Textiles, Art, Business Studies, Computer Science, Design & Technology, Examination Courses, Food Preparation & Nutrition, Geography, Health & Social Care, History, MFL, Music, PE

Year 11 Mini Assessment Calendar

Click on the following link below to see the mini assessment calendar from now until the end of May 2021.

Year 11 Mini Assessment Calendar


The PE department are launching a new programme called Steps to Success which we would like Parents to help engage with, to support their child with their wellbeing as well as their own. It is to be launched in lessons this week and It builds on from the Wellbeing day before half term. The whole family can get involved and for those families that are the most engaged, they may be in with a chance of winning a food hamper.

Download the PDF information here.
Watch a pre-recorded webinar click here

Remote Learning
  • All pupils should follow their usual school timetable, available here.
  • Lessons are taught through Microsoft Teams; work can also be set on Class Charts. Click here for a guide on how to upload work onto Class Charts.
  • Click here for a guide on access to remote learning via Microsoft Teams and Class Charts.
  • Please contact us if your child is unable to access online learning.
  • Click here to access the school policy on remote learning.

School Assemblies

>> Just Read for World Book Day

>> Hall Green School Celebrates

>> LGBTQ History Assembly

>> Tootoot

>> Compassion

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