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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RT @westfields_jun: Fantastic visit to @yateleyschool to see their Young Designers Exhibition - well done to all of your talented students!…
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RT @Darwinfan3: Privileged to watch a wonderful Y6 production of ‘Joseph’ last night! @NewlandsPrimary has talent & it’s coming to @yateley…
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RT @RsYateley: Over 24,000 steps today! Day 3 highlights - Poland 2019. #poland2019 @Geography_YS 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 https://t.co/3UXy42r5ww
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RT @graphics_ys: Seriously, you do not want to miss this!!! #YYD2019 Now open to the general public...please come and see the end results o…
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Upcoming Events

16jul - 20All DayYateley Young Designers - MH

22jul08:35- 09:05Staff Briefing - Staff Room

23julAll DaySchool Finishes

23jul09:00- 12:45Prize Giving Day P1 - 4

24jul - 31augAll DayHoliday

25jul08:50- 09:106th Form Assembly - DS1

29jul08:35- 09:05Staff Briefing - Staff Room

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parentINFO Parent Zone and CEOP

It can be difficult to stand against this peer pressure. The Dove Self Esteem Project’s Uniquely Me Parent Guide has lots of ideas, which you can download for free, for how to help your child not feel bullied by other people’s ideas about how they should look.\n
Men are big and strong and women are slender and delicate, right? Well, no, in fact - these stereotypes aren’t borne out by scientific evidence.\n
Apex Legends is the latest gaming craze on-track to overtake Fortnite as the most popular ‘battle royale’ game. Although its concept and gameplay are similar to Fortnite, there are some key differences you may want to consider before letting your child play it. \n
 A YouGov survey for the Foundation found that almost one in four 18-24-year-olds say reality television shows make them ashamed of their own appearance. In more than a third of viewers, this led to feelings of anxiety and depression.\n
Dr Hayley Van Zwanenberg, a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist at Priory Wellbeing Centre Oxford, offers advice on how to help your child understand anxious feelings.\n
It’s easy for young people to overlook the many ways in which online images may be fake - so it’s important to talk to them about why people filter their lives in this way, and what effect it’s likely to have.\n
Professor Helen Bedford from University College London gives advice for parents on vaccinations and looks into the spread of misinformation about vaccines on social media.\n
Families tease each other all the time. Banter is part of the way we bond. But when banter and teasing focus on appearance, we don’t always realise the effect it can have on the self-esteem of children.\n
We all have doubts about the way we look from time to time - children and adults alike. But sometimes these niggling doubts can develop into serious and lasting low self-esteem.\n
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