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08:14 AM - 17 Oct 2017

House football results - Year 8 Luther King: 1st Hawking: 2nd Frank 3rd Nightingale 4th https://t.co/abOTXK9QPI

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08:13 AM - 17 Oct 2017

House football results Year 9 - Nightingale 1st Hawking 2nd Frank 3rd Luther King 4th https://t.co/mPAKaoHGtb

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15:34 PM - 16 Oct 2017

Thank you to Professor Anthony Mandal for a fascinating lecture on today! https://t.co/myPdY2Uizx

15:57 PM - 11 Oct 2017

So that's the end of the Y7 residential - everyone had a great time but we recommend early nights tonight! Get some rest & see you tomorrow

10:55 AM - 11 Oct 2017

ETA of Y7 Marchants Hill trip back at HWS is 2:30ish. Please don't visit school unnecessary as roads will be busy & parking severely limited

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10:51 AM - 11 Oct 2017

Last activities of the Marchants Hill trip are taking place - after this is lunch and then loading coaches and departure https://t.co/FKMe5Rbite

22:17 PM - 10 Oct 2017

Once again everyone at Marchants Hill is safe and well. No parents need to be concerned unless contact specifically by our staff

19:47 PM - 10 Oct 2017

Good news is that we have 210 happy Y7s at the Marchants Hill disco, bad news is we have 15 deaf teachers

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14:44 PM - 10 Oct 2017

Here's a child choosing to lie in a pool of mud. We don't really know why but good luck to whoever does her laundry... https://t.co/Zthc9XTTLJ

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09:28 AM - 10 Oct 2017

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's a Year 7 on a zip wire being photographed by a rather cold Mr Yim https://t.co/s9L5GC2sFU

Vision and Values

The Hinchley Wood School ethos is encompassed in the following mission and vision statements to which all members of the school community have contributed.  We aim to inspire our students and raise standards by promoting a school ethos which is underpinned by five core values that support the development of our students as reflective learners.

Mission - Committed to sustainability - "Caring for ourselves, each other, the environment and the future”

Vision - To inspire all students to be …

  • Confident - Have self belief, communicate clearly in any situation
  • Considerate - Respect others' views and values
  • Determined - Work hard to achieve the highest possible standards in all aspects of school life 
  • Enthusiastic - Willing to learn from mistakes and maintain a positive outlook
  • Independent - Take responsibility for themselves and their learning

… in order to take on the challenges of an ever competitive and changing world. 

Hinchley Wood School is a committed promoter of British values and we actively seek to deliver a holistic approach to ensure the development of our students as local, European and International citizens.  As such, we aim to instil the fundamental British values of democracy, mutual respect and a genuine understanding of the perspectives and experiences of others. In every classroom and in social time, you will see students reflecting those values.

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students underpins everything we do. We have a strong, taught curriculum coupled with a highly effective PSHE & Citizenship programme. Regular Enrichment and House Days in all year groups bring students together in a wide variety of workshops.

The rules of Law, individual liberty and the importance of making a positive contribution are reinforced and celebrated throughout our teaching.  We value the diverse ethnic backgrounds of all students and their families and undertake a variety of events and lessons to celebrate these. Our Student Council is, by its very nature, multicultural, bringing to the table the views of all our students.

At Hinchley Wood School there are also regular opportunities for the development of values including:

  • Weekly Themed Year Group Assemblies which uphold our five core values;  
  • Regular guest speakers from the community;
  • Citizenship – Fortnightly lessons including Citizenship key topics;
  • Weekly PSHE sessions with Form Group tutors.