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

Headteacher

Yateley School – Join Us!

We were delighted to host parents and prospective students who saw Yateley School at our Open Evening on Tuesday 01 October 2019 and on our two Open Mornings on Tuesday 8 October and Wednesday 9 October 2019!

If you missed these events and are still looking to join us please take a look at our latest Prospectus and find out more about applying to join us as the class of 2020. You can do this by emailing admin@yateley.hants.sch.uk and we’ll happily arrange a personal tour of the school.

Finally, if you wish to find more about our admissions policies you can view them here for September 2020 or in-year admissions.

Mr P German

Headteacher

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RT @Geography_YS: Well done Mr Tidd’s class for a fabulous day of Urban fieldwork in Southampton! You were fantastic and we are very proud…
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An impeccably observed 2 minute silence at 11:11 today gave all staff and students the chance to reflect on the sac… https://t.co/JOG3474k1g
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So proud of our #AntiBullyingWeek teaching and our Anti-bullying student ambassadors (formed of students from all y… https://t.co/PvL88TunO6
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RT @YSScience: Some fantastic specialised cells made by our year 7 scientists! https://t.co/SIc4n9q0Pc
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RT @LibraryYateley: Call into the library and see the lovely remembrance displays that Mrs Roaf has produced. Check out one of the fiction…
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RT @TheRealPFG: Our fantastic Luke Cherry - note perfect on the Last Post and Reveille for Yateley service of remembrance. Proud members of…
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Upcoming Events

11nov - 12All DayGeog Trip - Southampton (SLF)

11nov - 15All DayRAG Week

14novAll DayYr 7/11/12/13 Review Sheets Out

14nov18:00- 20:00Careers Evening Yrs 7-13

15novAll DaySixth Form Children In Need - 4 Legged Race

18nov08:35- 09:05Staff Briefing - Staff Room

18nov15:30- 16:30HUB Meeting

19novAll DayYr 12 Behind Bars Trip (MAE)

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parentINFO Parent Zone and CEOP

It’s hard to keep pace with our children’s digital lives. But there is something you can do that will help safeguard your children. Something that will support their mental health and, in the process, strengthen your connection to them. You can involve yourself in your children’s sex education. You can start the conversation.\n
\n ‘Nudes’ is the term most young people use to describe self-taken naked or semi-naked photographs or videos which are often shared online. Parent Info looks into this type of image sharing.
\n Lord Jim Knight, the Chief Education Adviser at Tes Global explains how technology can help schools take a more collaborative and rigorous approach to children’s wellbeing and learning.\n
\n When you hear the word ‘gambling’ the first image that comes into your head is probably a lottery coupon or a Las Vegas roulette wheel, not a child betting in their favourite online game. But a report by the Gambling Commission found that almost 40 per cent of 11 to 16-year-olds had spent their own money on gambling.\n
\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
\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
\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
\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.\n
\n 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.
\n 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.\n
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