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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- 16 hours ago

Have a wonderful half term everyone - summer holidays are just around the corner! See you on Monday 3 June 👊🏼
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- 1 day ago

To be fair to @Yateley6thform they know how to throw a party!!! 🥳 Good luck in your next adventures guys - you’re… https://t.co/xyaEmgPRyQ
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- 2 days ago

Alan Sugar would stare deep into your soul before insulting you and firing you in front of an TV audience of millio… https://t.co/Sg6d018lSj
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- 2 days ago

The sight of 168 English students turning up VOLUNTARILY to English Literature preparation this morning!!… https://t.co/4xJgCIfney
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- 2 days ago

Conway? No way! They cheered in disbelief. Conway? Today? They smiled with pearly teeth. With food? And drink? And… https://t.co/EPUnFPuC88
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Upcoming Events

27may - 31All DayHalf Term

27may08:35- 09:05Staff Briefing - Staff Room

30may08:50- 09:106th Form Assembly - DS1

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parentINFO Parent Zone and CEOP

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
Airbrushed, edited online images can give young people an unrealistic idea of how they ought to look. As a result, teenagers may diet in an effort to look more like the pictures of celebs and influencers that they see online.\n
Sophie Jones at NCA-CEOP explains the difference between healthy and unhealthy sexual behaviour and what you can do if you are concerned about your child’s behaviour.
It’s never too early to talk to your child about what they do online and who to talk to if they come across anything that makes them feel worried, scared or sad.
Here NCA-CEOP explains how some offenders may demand money using indecent images as online blackmail, how you can talk to your child about the risks, and where to go for further information and support.
The so-called Momo challenge understandably caused many parents concern, even though it turned out to be a hoax. Thankfully there is no evidence of direct harm caused to any child, but that doesn’t reduce the worry and confusion for parents.
If you feel as though you and your family could make some changes to get back in control of your screen time, here are some easy hacks to help you do it.\n
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