Yateley School Open Evening 2019

We would be delighted for parents and prospective students to see Yateley School for our 2019 Open Evening on Tuesday 01 October from 6.15pm onwards. We’ll have talks given by the Headteacher at 6.30pm and 7.15pm and you’ll also be able to take tours to see departments in action! In the meantime why not take a look at our latest Prospectus and find out more about applying to join us as the class of 2020?

If you want to know anything else about attending then please email admin@yateley.hants.sch.uk and we’ll be happy to help!

Mr P German


Welcome to Yateley School

Learning together – Empowered for life.

Yateley School is a good school and the sixth form is outstanding (Ofsted 2018)

Welcome to Yateley School. Thank you for visiting our website and I hope it will give you an insight into our vibrant, happy and successful school and a clear sense of our values and ambitions.

Yateley School is a large and highly accomplished centre of excellence, firmly rooted within its local community. Examination results are exemplary and compare favourably both locally and nationally at both GCSE and A-Level. Above all, Yateley School is a dynamic and exceptional place to learn and work!

Nothing online can ever be a substitute for seeing for yourself, so do please get in touch and come and see us in action.

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Mr P German



- 5 hours ago

Happy Weekend folks! Chatting in the staff room today about what a sensational start our students have made this ye… https://t.co/ANfM2YLVKh
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- 11 hours ago

Anticipation grows for our Open Evening on Tuesday 1 October! 🤔🧐🏫😃💕 Come and see Yateley School in action from 6… https://t.co/1U0n5CRjlC
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- 13 hours ago

#BYODselfie with #Y7 this week - yet more creative use of devices in technology! https://t.co/uwbUMuxixV
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- 13 hours ago

RT @Geography_YS: Year seven Geographers using their devices for “mini teachers” activity learning about the Twilight and Midnight Ocean zo…
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- 1 day ago

RT @TheRealPFG: Fantastic to welcome the inspiring @MrWill_Smith to @yateleyschool for leadership training and discussion. A real buzz in t…
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Upcoming Events

16sep - 20All DayHouse Drama Auditions

23sep08:35- 09:05Staff Briefing - Staff Room

24sep15:10- 19:00Main School Production Audutions - Acting (Music)

26sep15:10- 19:00Main School Production Audutions - Music (Music)

27sep15:10- 19:00Main School Production Audutions - Recalls (Music)

30sep08:35- 09:05Staff Briefing - Staff Room

30sep15:30- 16:30Pastoral Meeting

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