Settlebeck School is a friendly, vibrant and fiercely ambitious school, where every student is treated as an individual. We are committed to making the difference for all our young people. We aim to ensure all our students are fully equipped with the skills and values to enable them to lead fulfilling adult lives and careers. We do this by focusing on their entitlement to the highest quality education which develops a love of learning.
Academic standards are our priority and we believe that exceptional results are a product of not only high quality teaching but also of the excellent care and support we offer all our students.
The ‘family feel’ of our small school offers security and a supportive environment where learning can be tailored to the individual needs of each one of our students.
E SCHOOL NURSE
We are now able to offer a twice weekly online health support and advice for parents, carers and professionals, supporting children and young people aged 5-19 years old.
Tuesday and Thursdays during school term only.
You will be able to talk to the nurse over a live video link that is private, secure, confidential and convenient for you. In consultation with you, the nurse will assess the child or young person’s health problem and provide you with the support and advice needed.
For more information please follow the links:
Mrs Pike is running the London Marathon
Our very own super human teaching assistant, Debbie Pike, will be running the next London Marathon and raising funds for Alzheimers Research. If you would like to sponsor Debbie please follow the link below.
A showcase of art, drama and music. Art display reflecting on Remembrance Day, based on information from Sedbergh and District History Society, with accompanying music and drama performances.
Congratulations to the following pupils for their success in their recent music exams:
Imi Gubbins – piano
Edward Jermy – clarinet
Patrick Clement – piano
Senior Citizens Party
Tuesday 3rd March
January 20th was Hygge Day at Settlebeck
A full day off timetable for all our pupils to take part in a range of activities to help them learn how to take care of their mental and physical health. Pupils have chosen from 20 different activities to have a fun packed day.
Follow this link for a fantastic opportunity to learn an orchestral instrument: