HAPPY, HEALTHY, SUCCESSFUL
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NEWS AND EVENTS
School closure resources
Resources to help students and parents during the national school closure.
Try the online safety quiz from NSPCC here.
Please see a letter from the minister for students with SEND here.
During school hours, staff are available to help with any safeguarding concerns. Ring us on Ross 764358.
You may also ring Hereford Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 01432 260800 of the Gloucestershire MASH team on 01452 426565.
Support is also available from Childline on 0800 1111 and from www.childline.org.uk
You can also access the NSPCC at www.NSPCC.org.uk. You can also call them on 0808 800 5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The NSPCC have expanded their role and can now support parents and other adults who need help.
Bereavement services support:
Hope support services - 01989 566317
Winstons Wish - 01242 515157
Phoenix Bereavement - 01432 264555
Grief Encounter - 08088020111
CLD counselling - 01432 269245
Cruse Bereavement Care - 08088081766
Teens In Crisis - 01594 372777
Please see our updated letter (March 20th) to parents about coronavirus here.
Access NHS advice on the coronavirus here.
The JKHS Show My Homework pages can be accessed from here.
School trips - please don't make any payments for upcoming school trips. Log into Parentpay for the latest trip updates.
Some places are still available for 2020 entry into the outstanding JKHS Sixth Form.
Our A level results place us in the top 2% of sixth forms nationally.
Visit our sixth form pages to see what we do and how to apply.
CONGRATULATIONS to all our sixth-formers for your A level results 2019.
JKHS sixth form continues to be a beacon of excellence following our 2019 results.
Click here for details.
See more photos and read about JKHS' involvement in the visit of HRH Prince Charles here
Pilot Inspection under new Ofsted framework (EIF)
In the spring term of 2019, the school agreed to become one of the pilot centres for an EIF section 5 pilot. Four inspectors, including one HMI, spent two days at the school conducting a full inspection. This involved looking at:
Quality of Education
(There were ‘deep dives’ into four subjects)
Behaviour and Attitudes
Leadership and management
Read Mr Griffiths' letter to parents and carers following this successful pilot inspection here
Herefordshire LA recognises JKHS' fantastic A Level performance
Read the letter of congratulations from Chris Baird, Director for Children and Families for Herefordshire
GCSE success at JKHS
Well done to all our Year 11 students in the 2019 exams, we're proud of you all.
Click here for details.
The latest edition of Prospect, our school newsletter, can be viewed here.
Celebration of Success at JKHS Sixth Form
JKHS sixth form, graded Outstanding by OFSTED, has been recognised as being in the top 5% of schools and colleges nationally.
Happy, Healthy and Successful indeed!
Well done to all our fantastic students, staff, parents, carers and trustees.
See also the letter of congratulations from Chris Baird, Director for Children and Families for Herefordshire.
Local Authority Safeguarding Review
Please read the Headteacher's letter following Herefordshire Local Authority's review of our safeguarding processes.
Excellent Exam Results for 2018
click here for further details.
Please also read the letter of congratulations from Herefordshire Children's Wellbeing Directorate.
We hope the information on this website will give you a flavour of our School, values & ethos. We are very proud of our achievements and facilities and believe we offer an exciting educational experience for all students from 11 to 18.
Opportunities for success abound at John Kyrle, not least through our extensive extra-curricular programme. We pride ourselves on our achievement culture and successes are always celebrated. We ask individual students to aim for their personal best in the classroom, music studio, drama theatre, on the sports field or wherever their talents emerge.
The School’s Student Council has condensed our aspiration for students as:
Happy, Healthy, Successful
We are a truly safe, inclusive and comprehensive school
We are committed to raising the achievement of students of all abilities
We focus upon the individual, tailoring a programme of study and pastoral support to enable students to leave us as confident, articulate and empowered young adults
We ensure students are well prepared to respect others and contribute to wider society and life in Britain today
We help our students to respect themselves, the school and the wider environment
Our students will experience a rich and broad curriculum
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Our procedure and guidelines for visitors and visiting speakers can be downloaded here.
WELCOME FROM THE HEADTEACHER
I want our students to be happy, healthy, to make new friends and to succeed. It is my role as Headteacher to ensure this. As parents, you can be assured that we will care for your child and nurture individual talents.
GUIDANCE ON MENTAL HEALTH AND BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOLS