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Posted on 17th October 2017
At Forest Hall School we are driven by the belief that learning transforms and enriches our student’s lives. We educate the whole child, valuing spiritual, moral, social, cultural and academic development to ensure our students are ready for a diverse ever-changing Britain. We are a small school where great importance is held on community cohesion, we value the development of strong supportive relationships. Thus, every student feels valued and supported. In fact, visitors frequently comment upon the ‘friendly community’ of our school.
Excellent teaching and learning is at the heart of our school. We appreciate that students excel in different ways. Some of our most able students need the encouragement and support to attain places at our top Russell Group universities. Others need dedicated teaching and coaching in order for them to show their potential. We know that by working in close partnership with parents, we can see every child succeed. Our student’s show initiative and passion as they succeed, gaining the self-confidence to be active lifelong learners.
We are genuinely an inclusive community, valuing difference and recognising that each student brings something unique to the school. We aim to create an environment that promotes diversity, equality and respect. All prejudice-based discrimination is challenged to ensure our students’ are ready to live in a diverse Britain. I believe our students get one chance to flourish with us at Forest Hall School. Our ethos is simply BELIEF. To be successful a Forest Hall student needs to have BELIEF. For every Forest Hall School student BELIEF stands for:
I do hope that you find this web site helpful, and that it gives you some insight into why we are all so proud of this school and our student’s achievements. If you would like more information about admissions or a tour of the school please email email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr S Hehir
Head of School
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