Year 6 Transition
“Settlebeck is small but mighty”
Working from Home
As we begin to get used to learning from home pupils, parents and staff are learning how to teach remotely with Microsoft Teams. If you are having any issues accessing the curriculum please contact Sarah Evans for Year 7,8,9,10 on email@example.com or Dan Greenwood for Year 11 on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do whatever we can to make this period of lock down a useful and educational time.
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.
Compulsory wearing of masks around school
Following the introduction of new national restrictions on Thursday 5th November, all students and adults in school will be required to wear a mask from Monday 9th November at all times with the following exceptions;
- In classrooms
- Whilst eating but masks should be replaced immediately afterwards.
The Department for Education has confirmed that students are required to wear masks in outdoor areas as social distancing is difficult to maintain. This includes at break and lunchtimes. Masks must be worn at the start and end of the day when lining up on the tennis courts.