Year 10

Sent out 15th October 2020 to Surrey parents ONLY

Dear Parents,

Year 10 Annual Reviews and Post 16

The current advice from Surrey, is that Year 10 Annual Reviews should be held in the Summer Term (late April to the end of June). At the Year 10 Annual Review, they request that the student and parental preference for Post 16 is discussed and stated. They will then use the Year 10 Annual Review paperwork to update the EHCP and consult with parental preference and also the LA preference, if it is different to the parental preference.   For some students, this will mean that their Annual Review is held slightly later than it would normally have been. Although these are difficult times that we currently face, most schools and colleges are continuing virtually with open evening events and I would advise that you start to consider where you would like your daughter to attend Post 16.  I have attached the list of destinations that have been attended by our students over recent years.

I have also attached the SCC Transport Policy Statement. I need to bring to your attention that SCC transport is not automatic for Post 16 students, they have no statutory duty to provide it and where it is granted, parents are required to make a financial contribution towards the cost. The contribution is currently £252.07 per term, although some students may be eligible to be charged a lower contribution rate of £182.40 per term.

If you have any questions, please do contact me.

Kind regards,
Emma Phillips

Post 16 destinations
SCC-Transport-Policy-Statement-2020-21

 

Year 10C Parents Evening 2020 – sent out 7th October
Year 10W Parents Evening 2020 – sent out 7th October

Nescot Open Events 20/21 – sent out 4th September 

 

Sent out 25th March 2020:

Dear Parents and Carers
 
Following recent advice from the Government about staying at home and using remote learning, more people are online than every before and that now includes school children. Here are some top tips that you can follow in order to make sure your daughter is safe: 
 
  • Talk about fake news. Discuss how to tell whether the information your daughter is reading is reliable or not. Also talk about the dangers of sharing news which may not be true. 
  • Consider how much screen time your daughter has. It is important to have down time and engage in physical exercise. 
  • Check in with your daughter when she is online to see which websites she is visiting or who she is talking to on social media.
  • Ensure your daughter only uses her school email account for communicating with teachers. 
  • Read the attached leaflet for more tips. 
 
Useful websites: 
There are also some great activities online, which will provide fun ways of breaking up the day: 
 
Best wishes
Sam Janaway
Student Support Lead
Limpsfield Grange School
Contact: 01883 713928 ext 110
Top Tips for Remote Learning

 

Sent out 17th January 2020:

Dear Parents and Carers

Live streaming has become a popular feature of many apps and platforms. All you need to be able to live stream is an internet-enabled device, like a smart phone or tablet, and you can communicate with people all over the world in real time. Great if you have family living overseas, but how comfortable are you with your daughter using it to chat to friends……real or online? 

If you would like to learn more about live streaming click on the following link or look at the Think U Know website. 

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/articles/what-is-live-streaming/?utm_source=Thinkuknow&utm_campaign=d484a4568b-TUK_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_OCTOBER&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0b54505554-d484a4568b-55193165

Best wishes
Sam Janaway
Student Support Lead
Limpsfield Grange School
Contact: 01883 713928 ext 110