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School News

Here is the latest news from Idsall School but do please read our Latest Sports News & Results and Letters to Parents too.

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  • Parent, carer and student update 14th June 2021

    Published 14/06/21

    Please see document attached below.

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  • Newsletter for parents/carers of year 11 students 9th June 2021

    Published 09/06/21

    Please see document attached below.

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  • Letter to parents and carers of year 13 students 28th May 2021

    Published 28/05/21

    Please see document attached below.

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  • JCQ exam guidance for year 11 and year 13 students, parents and carers, 29th March 2021

    Published 29/03/21

    Please see document attached below.

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  • Academic Year 2020/21 16-19 Tuition Fund

    Published 29/01/21

    16 – 19 Tuition Fund

    The 16-19 tuition fund is a one-off funding allocation for 20-21 academic year only. The fund is being provided to support learners to catch up and close any gaps in their learning that may have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 lockdown.

    This funding will be used to provide personalised support through small group tuition, additional tutorial sessions and pastoral support, for eligible 16 to 19 students in English, maths, and other courses where learning has been disrupted by the Covid19 lockdown.

    Eligible students will be those identified by the Government as disadvantaged, meaning those who had not achieved grade 5 or above at GCSE in either English or maths by age 16 and those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) aged 19 to 24 who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). Those students who did not achieve a GCSE grade 4 in English or maths by age 16 will be prioritised.

    The funding will be allocated to curriculum areas, prioritising English and maths, to support small groups of students, typically 3 to 5, who typically have gaps in their knowledge, a need to improve in specific areas or need more time with subject specialists. The aim is to support skills development, knowledge and understanding to enable good progress on their study programme and effective transition to the next stage of their learning or employment.

    In some cases, it will provide additional tutorial sessions to further enhance personal development and progression opportunities for identified students, and used to fund additional pastoral support to ensure the wellbeing of students and allowing them to fully engage with the available academic support.

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  • Shropshire County Council Holiday Camp

    Published 17/06/21

    Please see details of the HAF camp run by Shropshire County Council, for children in receipt of free school meals. 

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  • St Andrew's Church Summer Fair in Aid of Shifnal Food Bank-Saturday 12th June 12-4pm

    Published 11/06/21

    Please support St Andrew's Church Summer Fair tomorrow that will help raise funds for the Shifnal Food Bank. 

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  • Sixth Form Student-Cancer Research Fundraiser

    Published 07/06/21

    Please support Tabitha in Year 12 who is shaving her head (she has very long hair) for this very worthy cause. Her funding page can be found by clicking on the link below:

    https://gofund.me/61aedc24

    Thank you for your support. 

    Idsall School 

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  • Student Audio Summary of Idsall Voice 2020-21

    Published 16/03/21

    Please click here or on the attachment below, for the first ever student audio version of 'Idsall Voice'. This summarises the academic year to date.   

    Mr D Williams (Head of Drama)

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  • National Citizen Service (NCS) for Year 11 & 12

    Published 16/03/21

    This is a fantastic opportunity for students to participate in the programme and develop their skills. Please see the attached PDF document for further information. 

    Mrs L. Kendall (Careers Leader)

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  • Non-Corona Virus Symptoms

    Published 23/09/20

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  • Corona Virus Symptoms

    Published 23/09/20

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