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GCSE results

Year 11 GCSE results can be collected from the Main Hall between 9.30am and 11am on Thursday 24th August.

Year 10 students who have followed the Science BTEC course can collect their BTEC results at the same time, 9.30-11am.

If a student is unable to collect their results in person and wishes to authorise someone else to collect them on their behalf, we need a letter or email from the student giving us the name and relationship to them, of the person who will be collecting their results. We have already received a number of such authorisations. Please note that we are unable to give out results without this official permission in writing.

First Day Arrangements in September

Our in-coming Year 7 students should arrive by 8.40 am in time to go to the Main Hall at 8.45am, where they will once again meet their form tutors and Year 10 buddies.

The rest of the school (Years 8-11) should arrive in time for period 3 (11.21am) when they will register in their form rooms. Lists of form rooms will be posted on the entrance doors and be available in reception.

Students should not arrive before break (11.06am) but if they wish to come during morning break to purchase a snack/drink in the canteen then they are welcome to do so.

We hope that everyone has an enjoyable Summer break and look forward to seeing our students again in September.

Mrs Gibson

 

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Introduction

Our school is a relatively small 11-16 comprehensive on the outskirts of Stoke-on-Trent, located about half-way between the Potteries and the market town of Leek. Our 700 pupils are representative of the area: some are from rural, farming families and others opt in from the nearby Stoke suburbs. We are a true comprehensive, welcoming pupils from the full ability, social and economic ranges. We are also fully inclusive regarding pupils with physical disabilities, and are very aware that we all benefit from working together.

 

Endon High is significantly popular with parents who would like their children to enjoy the many positive features of our school. The school is fairly small in size, and for this reason every year large numbers of parents are disappointed in their hopes of a place here.

 

We have Specialist Status for Mathematics and Computing and therefore pride ourselves on providing an education which uses new technologies to enhance and support our students' learning, and aim to use our specialism to challenge and inspire every student in our school.

 

Our academic standards are generally high, comparing well with both national and county averages. However, we believe that education is not merely about examination results, and we are committed to a broad and balanced experience generally. We provide a rich range of residential activities, trips and visits, opportunities for performance through concerts and shows, for achievement through sport, and for citizenship through involvement in a wide range of community based and service activities.

 

We strongly believe that the school is a community which succeeds through partnership between pupils, teachers and parents, and that the strength of our school lies in its staff - teaching and non-teaching - who are true professionals, and (what's more) seem positively to enjoy the company of the young people in our care!

 

We are proud of our pupils and are delighted to celebrate their successes and good qualities whenever possible: their strengths are the school's strengths.

 

We hope you enjoy looking at our web-site and finding out more about the work of the School.

 

Nepal earthquake fund update.

Hello all,


Our fund raising efforts for our partner school in Nepal have been amazing. With all the support from our community and further afield, we have now managed to raise an additional £10,000 + which almost covers the cost of building three semi-permanent blocks containing two classrooms each, with a design life of 10-12 years. The work has started- see attached photo- as it had to wait for the monsoon season to die down. The blocks are going to be named after "Endon High School and Friends" to recognise the efforts and support of the many individuals and groups who have helped us to reach this point and realise our dream of restoring education at Kuleshwor Awas School. There is still much work to be done- not least because this just provides 6 rooms and there are 700 students at the school, but we also paid the rent for the use of rooms in neighbouring buildings for three months so that temporary classes could begin again.

 

I have received a detailed list of the hundreds of students and family members supported by our donations of emergency aid too. They have had basic provisions for at least one month. Again- many thanks for your help in raising this money.

 

I will keep you updated and send any other good photos across too.

 

Thankyou for your continued interest in our partnership with Kuleshwor Awas Secondary English School (KASES).

Please will you forward the message to anyone else you feel would be interested in this news.

(Please click here to visit the online fundraising page)


Mrs Gibson