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Henbury School
Station Road, BS10 7QH, UK Henbury
+44 (0)117 903 0100
www:http://www.henbury.bristol.sch.uk/e-mail:henburys@bristol.gov.uk


I would like to welcome your interest in Henbury School. Choosing a secondary school can be a difficult experience. All parents and carers want to be sure that a school will offer their child the best opportunities to succeed academically, personally and socially and, of course, to be happy. Those priorities are very much the priorities of our school. By working in close partnership with parents and carers we know we can support students to be successful. This ethos is summed up in our motto: 'Learning Together'.

At Henbury, we are proud of what the school has to offer. The beautiful buildings and environment make the school an inspiring place in which to work and learn. Our status as a Specialist Arts College has enabled us to develop outstanding facilities for all our students, as well as opportunities for working with partner primary schools and the community.

The most valuable thing we have to offer, though, is the quality of teaching, learning and individual care that students receive in the school. Staff and students here are committed to success; we aim to provide all students with the education they deserve, so that each one of them can achieve his or her best in a happy and caring school. If this is what you are seeking for your child's secondary education, I hope that you will choose Henbury School.

While this prospectus can only give you a snapshot of what Henbury can offer, we always welcome visits from students and their parents to get a fuller picture of what we have to offer by seeing the school in action. I look forward to meeting you.


Clare Bradford
Head Teacher
Henbury School



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Additional Information

Attendance and Punctuality

•  Students are expected to attend school every day on time, unless they have a valid and genuine reason.
•  Parents/carers have a responsibility to ensure their child has good attendance and is punctual for school.
•  Parents/Carers should telephone the school on the first day of their child's absence.
•  Any absences should be explained in writing ON THE DAY THE CHILD RETURNS to school. Notes are best written in the child's Planner and addressed to the Tutor.
•  It is appreciated if the parent/carer could let their child's Tutor know of any prolonged absence in order that we can arrange for work to be sent home (if appropriate).
•  If a student is absent without notification, parents/carers will be contacted through an automated service, where a reason can be given.
•  If, as a parent/carer, you are concerned about your child's attendance you may contact the Education Welfare Service at:

Bristol Education Centre, Sheridan Road
Horfield, Bristol BS7 0PU (Tel 9031353)

•  Henbury has close links with the Avon & Somerset Constabulary, with whom we run TRUANCY WATCH with random spot-checks held on and around the school premises.
•  The school has dedicated staff to help with punctuality and attendance, an Attendance Administrator and Attendance Learning Mentors. Their role in school is to provide additional support for parents, staff and students in order to reduce levels of absence and lateness.
•  The school may ask the Education Welfare Service to issue a Fixed Penalty Notice if a student has a number of unexplained absences.

Expectations

Henbury School is a community that
respects and values the individual, by
providing a creative learning environment
where everyone achieves

Our Code for Success

OUR CODE FOR SUCCESS MEANS THAT AROUND THE SCHOOL WE:
•  Arrive in school and at lessons on time
•  Come to school in uniform with the necessary equipment
•  Show respect for everyone
•  Show respect for our environment
•  Eat and drink only in the designated areas
•  Move around the school quietly and calmly keeping to the one way system on stairs

BEFORE LESSONS WE:
•  Arrive on time
•  Wait quietly and calmly
•  Enter the classroom in an orderly manner and sit where asked
•  Remove outdoor clothing and place in locker
•  Get ready to learn (Find the equipment for the lesson. Keep everything else in bags)

DURING LESSONS WE:
•  Listen carefully to the teacher
•  Take part and speak when appropriate
•  Take care with written work and do our best
•  Record homework carefully

AFTER LESSONS WE:
•  Pack away when asked and leave the room tidy
•  Exit in an orderly manner
•  Move quickly, quietly and calmly to the next lesson
•  Complete homework as well as we can and meet all deadlines.


School Campus

Ground Floor

First Floor


TIMETABLE

Lower School (Yrs 7 & 8)

08:40 - First warning bell to go to Registration
08:42 - Second warning bell to go to Registration
08:45 - Registration
08:55 - Lesson 1
09:50 - Lesson 2
10:50 - Break
11:10 - Lesson 3
12:10 - Lunch
12:30 - Lunch
12:50 - Tutor/Assembly
13:10 - Lesson 4
14:10 - Period 5
15:10 - End of Day
15:10 - After-school activities, sports and clubs

Upper School (Yrs 9, 10 & 11)

08:40 - First warning bell to go to Registration
08:42 - Second warning bell to go to Registration
08:45 - Registration
08:55 - Lesson 1
09.50 - Lesson 2
10:50 - Break
11:10 - Period 3
12:10 - Tutor/Assembly
12:30 - Lunch
12:50 - Lunch
13:10 - Lesson 4
14:10 - Lesson 5
15:10 - End of day
15:10 - After-school activities, sports and clubs
 
All students must remain on site at breaktime. Only Year 11 may go off site at lunchtime.

SCHOOL UNIFORM

School Sweatshirt Navy with logo
White Polo Shirt White with logo
Plain Black Trousers or Skirt Trousers should be full-length;
Skirts should be about be about knee-length
Socks / Tights Plain navy blue, black, gray or white
Shoes Plain black
Outer clothing Sound and preferably waterproof
(Please note that outer clothing should be that, and not a non-uniform sweatshirt)

P.E. Kit

P.E. Polo Shirt Sky blue, with P.E. logo
Rugby Shirt Reversible - Navy / Sky Blue
Navy Joggers
Navy Shorts
Football Boots
Trainers
Swimming Costume and Towel

Please note that items of uniform with the logo are only available from school.

• It is acceptable to wear a watch, a single pair of small stud ear-rings and one simple ring. Students may not wear any other 'piercings'.
• Make-up is not worn.

If you carry a mobile phone or a personal stereo, it must be switched off during lessons and tutor time and left in your locker. The school can hold no responsibility for its loss or damage.

TERMS

September 2007 - July 2008

Term 1: Mon 3 Sept to Fri 19 Oct 2007
Term 2: Wed 31 Oct to Wed 19 Dec 2007
Term 3: Thurs 3 Jan to Fri 15 Feb 2008
Term 4: Mon 25 Feb to Fri 4 Apr 2008
Term 5: Mon 21 Apr to Fri 23 May 2008
Term 6: Mon 2 June to Fri 25 July 2008

September 2008 - July 2009

Term 1: Wed 3 Sept to Fri 24 Oct 2008
Term 2: Wed 5 Nov to Fri 19 Dec 2008
Term 3: Mon 5 Jan to Fri 13 Feb 2009
Term 4: Mon 23 Feb to Fri 3 Apr 2009
Term 5: Mon 20 Apr to Fri 22 May 2009
Term 6: Mon 1 June to Fri 24 July 2009

CURRICULUM

•  Art & Technology
• 
ASDAN
• 
Business & ICT
• 
Careers
• 
English
• 
Humanities
• 
Languages
• 
Maths
• 
Music
• 
PE
• 
Science
• 
SEN / LSU

•  Year 7
• 
Year 8
• 
Year 9
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Year 10
• 
Year 11
• 
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