Art is about individual creativity. We aim to help students understand the visual world and communicate their own reaction to it.
Dance helps promote a culture of creativity! Students will learn how to perform and choreograph using a variety of styles, themes and approaches.
Design Technology students will produce amazing outcomes using a range of materials and techniques that are unique to Design Technology
Drama gives an appreciation of Theatre in our culture. Students will develop their performances, presentation and teamwork skills.
English support students in help students becoming skilful communicators by reading and analysing fiction and non-fiction texts.
Design students take risks or chances in their design; secure in the knowledge that failure is possible but a critical step in archiving eventual success.
Geography will stimulate an interest and sense of wonder about the world. We want students to make sense of the complex and dynamic world we live in.
History provides students with an international and British understanding of how the past has shaped the present and our world today.
In ICT/Computing you’ll understand how computers work and develop your information technology skills to support all of the curriculum.
In Maths we seek to challenge students to build logical, independent thinking skills, enabling a strong mathematical foundation for life.
MFL provides a rich and varied experience of languages which enables all pupils to develop their linguistic ability and confidence!
In Music students will develop their instrumental and vocal skills whilst exploring how various cultures have shaped a wide range of musical styles and traditions.
PE enthuses and encourages students to participate in physical activities. You’ll engage in a range of sports and understand how our bodies works.
PSHE helps students make wise and well-informed decisions about their own lives and society in modern-Britain and as global citizens.
Religious Studies engages, inspires, challenges and encourages pupils to answer challenging philosophical, religious and ethical questions.
Science will help you understand how everything works: our place, impact, role and responsibilities in the Universe as a whole.
Our library supports the school and local community to research and enquire, enabling our students and staff to achieve their academic goals. Reading clubs, homework clubs… we do it all!
Four houses, one goal: to support all of our students to become the best they can be! Come on in and find out more about “Ready, Respectful, Safe” and all our student support…
The Yateley SEND team guides students to achieve their full academic potential across all subjects studied. Whatever your need is, we are here to support you!
Resources for Applicants
A collection of useful documents such as important dates in the application process, our historical school results and the next steps to take if you are interested in joining us. Information here should help you find out a bit more about the process!
Finding the right school can be hard, so if you do need to get in touch for any reason then please feel free to contact us.
For parents wishing to see the school in action you can attend our Open Mornings scheduled on Tuesday 4 October (09:15am here/11:40am here) and Wednesday 5 October 2022 (09:15am here/11:40am here). If you are considering joining us in September 2023 and have any questions before or after these events then please get in touch and we’ll be delighted to help you find out more.
Year 6 Taster Day
We are also hosting Y6 taster day on Tuesday 27 September 2022 after the hugely successful pilot in 2021. 330 students left their various primary schools across the county for a day to experience life at Yateley School. The 2021 video of our Taster Day is available to view here and shows the fun the students had on the day! If you’d like to book your child on to attend our popular Taster Day then tickets must be pre-booked here.