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WHS Transition 2021 - Issue 1

Thursday 3rd December 2020

We thought that the best thing to do would be to ask our current year 7 students if they could remember the sort of questions that they had about Withernsea High School, back when they were in year 6 – and if they could answer those questions for you. Here is what they came up with….

 

 

Transition pack


Before you join our school in September 2021, you will be sent a Transition Pack. 

This pack will contain a number of documents, with comprehensive information about the school and the transition process, which should hopefully answer any questions you may have about our school.

Digital copies of the current documents (for the 2020 - 2021 academic year) are available to view/download below.

Please note: These should be used as a general guide of what to expect and minor amendments will be made in Summer 2021.

Digital downloads of Transition Pack documents

Please click the links to view/download

1.

School Prospectus

2.

Cashless Catering / ParentPay / Free School Meals information

3.

Uniform purchasing information (Steady School and Sportswear)

4.

Transport Guide

5.

Data and Consent Pack

Hard copy packs, posted home, also include:

• Personalised student letter

• ParentPay unique activation code

• Return envelope for Data and Consent pack.

If any of these items are missing from your packs, please contact the school.

 


 

Contacts


If you have any questions or concerns about the transition process, please contact:

Head of Year 7 - Miss Z Wiseman

wisemanz@wscampus.net

Progress Leader KS3 - Mrs A Monaghan

monaghana@wscampus.net

Special Educational Needs and Learning Support Coordinator - Mrs E McCreaddie

mccreaddiee@wscampus.net

 

 

Video: What is life like at Withernsea High School?


Under normal circumstances, all Year 6 students would have been invited in to school for two full days of fun and activities which would have offered them a taste of high school life. Sadly, due to the current situation, we were clearly unable to deliver things as usual this year. However, that doesn't mean that they will miss out!

Some of you may have visited our school before and seen a glimpse of what life is like for our students and staff, whereas others may have been looking forward to their first visit. Whether you're familiar with the school or not, we hope you enjoy the following video which highlights some of the many things we do here at Withernsea High School.