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Head Teacher's Blog - Sharon Young

 

Spring Term 2019

Posted 22/1/2019

We have just been accredited with the Wellbeing Award for Schools, in partnership with the National Children’s Bureau, who since 1963 have been at the forefront of campaigning for children and young people’s right to a safe, secure and supported childhood.  This award is recognition of our total commitment to promoting positive mental health through our whole school ‘mental health and wellbeing’ programme.

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Spring Term 2019

Posted 9/1/2019

Happy New Year  - I hope that everyone has had an enjoyable break and managed to spend quality time with friends and family. 

Over the last 3 years we have prioritised ‘Mental Health and Well-being’ for both staff and our young people within our school development plan and the developmental work taking place at Brompton Hall School. This has involved huge amounts of staff training delivered by YoungMinds and CompassBUZZ, to ensure all of our staff are trained to Level 1 or above and able to effectively support our young people with mental health and well-being issues. 

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Autumn Term 2018

Posted 19/12/2018

The Autumn Term 2018 has been extremely busy with fabulous fundraising events, mock exams, building links with our local community, learning new skills, developing our knowledge and understanding, as well as making memories with friends. We have continued to welcome lots of new starters, particularly in the Key Stage 2 groups and currently have a large waiting list of other students who want to join us at Brompton Hall School. Our new Key Stage 2 classroom is nearly built and we hope to have photos of the finished building to share with everyone in January 2019; the new classroom will enable us to offer a third Key Stage 2 ‘nurture’ group which we are very excited about.

“I know it is wet and the sun is not sunny, but we can have lots of good fun that is funny.” Dr Seuss

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Autumn Term 2018

Posted 10/10/2018

Looking back and celebrating the success of last year’s learners, as well as looking ahead to the new academic year reminds me of these wise words from Dr Seuss:

“You have brains in your head.

You have feet in your shoes.

You can steer yourself

any direction you choose”      Oh, The Places You’ll Go

 

A lot of our work at Brompton Hall is about building up the levels of self-confidence in our young people, who have often had difficult educational experiences before joining us. It is a joy to take the time to look back at just what they can achieve with the right support, staff, curriculum pathways and educational setting for them. Year after year, our young people leave us to start employment, apprenticeships or college placements and last year we heard from one of our previous learners that they were starting a course at York University!

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Spring Term 2018

Posted 17/5/2018

Another extremely busy term, where staff and pupils have worked together to achieve amazing things; from enjoying the snow, as we remained open to pupils during the extreme weather conditions through to achieving various qualifications in English, Maths and ICT. The Summer term ahead will bring more exams and opportunities for work experience placements for our Ks4 learners, as well as Curriculum Week, unit residential trips and the arrival of the Summer grid activities for the rest of the school! The staff team have continually worked hard to provide a range of exciting activities to ensure that all learners who achieve ‘high passes’ will be able to access a variety of engaging activities throughout the school term. In addition, there will be a range of opportunities for Ks4 learners to access additional support, revision and ‘catch up’ sessions to support them in their exams this summer.

For those undertaking exams during the Summer term – this message is for you, from the extremely wise Dr Seuss:

“And will you succeed? Yes you will indeed! (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed.)”    Dr Seuss

 

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Autumn Term 2017

Posted 13/10/2017

Thought of the Month:

"In any given moment we have two options - to step forward into growth or to step back into safety"

As I take over the responsibility of the Head's Blog from Mr Mihkelson, I have stopped to think about how we are already two months into the new academic year and I had promised myself that I would try to make a post each month! However, the start of any new academic year is always extremely busy and this year has been no different - our Year 11 cohort have begun a City & Guilds qualification at Scarborough TEC, which will enable them to develop new skills in plastering, carpentry, tiling, brick laying and motor vehicle maintenance through our extended day curriculum. During October, our Year 10 and 11 cohorts will be taking part in their first work experience placement which we hope will begin to shape their future career pathways, supported by further work placements later in the year and '1 to 1' careers interviews with our specialist careers advisor. It can be a challenge to know what you would like to do when you leave school and many of our learners struggle to focus on future goals, so the additional support of the '1 to 1' meetings, independent careers advice and guidance, supported with visits to local employers and colleges has proved to be extremely beneficial to our learners making those difficult decisions.  

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