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WHICH WOMAN INSPIRES YOU MOST?
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WORD OF THE WEEK: FRUGAL
Welcome from the new Head of School, Sarah Morgan - click here to access the letter.
Welcome from the new Executive Headteacher, Charlotte Robinson - click here to access the letter.
Year 11: End of Year Examinations, Summer 2020 - click here to access the letter.
Coronavirus Update: Provision at Eastlea Community School from Monday 23rd March 2020 - please click here to access the letter.
Coronavirus Update from the Principal, 18th March 2020 - click here to access the letter.
Coronavirus Useful Contacts and Emergency Assistance for Families - click here to access the information.
Coronavirus Update, 18th March 2020:
Eastlea is open, however due to staff shortages, our response to telephone calls and emails may take longer than usual. Please bear with us, and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.
Visitors to Eastlea Community School: Eastlea is a warm and friendly school and we greatly value your visit. However, in the light of the present Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Eastlea is currently unable to accept visitors who have travelled from affected regions (please see Public Health England and Foreign Office advice for guidance) and who have not self-isolated for two weeks from the date of their return. The same applies to anyone who has symptoms of a persistent cough, high temperature and shortness of breath.
We hope to be able to welcome all visitors in the very near future.
Coronavirus Update from the Principal, 16th March - click here to access the letter.
is exciting and dynamic, with a broad curriculum in KS3 preparing the way for students to follow diverse interests and pathways in KS4.
We understand that our students need to be prepared for the fast evolving future where vital skills like resilience and independent thinking are as important as core skills and teamwork. We support our students in becoming global citizens and understand the importance of their contribution to social cohesion.
KEY STAGE 3
We follow the National Curriculum in years 7 and 8, with GCSE studies beginning at the start of year 9.
Key Stage 3 learning combines core subjects of English, Maths & Science, alongside:
*History *Geography *RE *Citizenship
*Modern Foreign Languages
*Art *Music *Drama *PE
KEY STAGE 4
Our curriculum at this stage is designed to give students the best possible preparation for key stage 5 study.
Key Stage 4 offers learning pathways to best suit individual students. English baccalaureate is offered and students are encouraged to take a language and history/geography.
Link to our KS4 Curriculum Handbook which includes a comprehensive list of subjects on offer.
We are proud to be a fully inclusive school. Our curriculum and extra-curricular activities provide a range of opportunities for all learners to fully engage in their academic enrichment.
In order to provide students with the appropriate support our inclusion department consists of three provisions:
*Complex Needs Provision
*Learning Support Provision
*Behaviour Support Provision
Link to our SEND Information report