5/10/2022A fantastic opportunity at Bordon Future Skills Centre for any students in Year 10 and 11 who are thinking about apprenticeships or career opportunities as possible post 16 options.
3/10/2022We are celebrating Wellbeing Week next week! This is an annual event that looks at the many aspects of wellbeing such as physical, mental and emotional mental health. Throughout the week we will be hosting a variety of different activities including crochet and origami, as well as offering drop in sessions with the Welfare team, assemblies and signposting to external agencies for support.
We will also be taking part in Hello Yellow to celebrate World Mental Health Day on Friday 14th October. All students and staff are welcome to wear mufti with an element of yellow, whether that be an item of clothing or just an accessory, to help raise awareness of young people’s mental health. Students are asked to donate £1.50 which will go towards supporting the charity YoungMinds. A fundraising link is below and all donations should be made online ahead of the mufti day, unfortunately we are unable to take cash donations.
Students will be expected to wear full school uniform if they do not wish to participate.
We are looking forward to the whole school feeling bright and sunny! ☀️
28/09/2022We are looking forward to our Open Evening on Thursday this week, 29th September. The evening, aimed at parents and families of students in Years 5 & 6, is a fully open one with no tickets for general entry required, families may come and go at any point from 4.00pm until 7.00pm. Headteacher talks are taking place at 4.30pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm and seats for this are limited and spaces for them must be booked via our Eventbrite booking system, which can be found by visiting our website. Spaces are still available for the earlier talks if you have not yet booked.
A reminder to parents that school will be closing at 12.50pm on Thursday and students will leave site at this time. Buses have been rearranged accordingly.
27/09/2022A big well done to the Year 7, 8 and 9 Boys’ Football squads. They have all played some excellent football in their opening matches of the new season.
@WoolmerHillScho - 27/09/2022It was great to have you here, thank you for coming to answer all our students' questions! https://t.co/55MgyQn1UL
26/09/2022We were pleased to welcome the Surrey Streetwise team to Woolmer Hill last week. They came to present to our Year 8 students on the value of being "streetwise", they particularly focused on the dangers that lapses in concentration caused by mobile phone use, headphones, playing with friends and even the weather, can have when crossing the road. Through a funny and engaging production they explored these dangers, how to reduce them and how to stay safe on the roads both as pedestrians and cyclists. All students left with a clear message and a greater understanding of how to keep themselves and all of the Woolmer Hill community safe!
Please may we take this opportunity, as the days are starting to get shorter and darker, to remind you that students walking or cycling to school, should wear something visible or reflective. High-vis is definitely best, particularly for cyclists. For walkers, if high-vis is not feasible, reflective flashings on a rucksack are enough to let drivers know you are there.
22/09/2022Our rearranged 5km Race for Life in aid of Cancer Research UK Race for Life is taking place tomorrow after school at 3.45pm. Please support our staff and students taking part and donate to this very worthy cause. We are only a small amount off the big £3k, can you help us get that little bit further?