http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1208015536715681794

13:25 PM - 20 Dec 2019

"Really proud of Y7 who supported donations to the local Foodbank this year rather than giving each other secret Santa presents. Well done and thank you! Mr Jacks" https://t.co/4v074tFCwc

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1206521934118375424

10:30 AM - 16 Dec 2019

Well done to all pupils who have competed for their houses in various events this first term. Current scores are; https://t.co/9b6omLWhur

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1205409389760438273

08:49 AM - 13 Dec 2019

To mirror the 12 December General Election, students voted in exactly the same format yesterday morning in school with very interesting results! See the news article on the school website for more information. https://t.co/34ReDCDTs3

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1202923567240941569

12:11 PM - 6 Dec 2019

Well done to all who competed this week in Boys House Football. Results over all years; 1st Luther King with 120 pts, Joint 2nd Hawking & Nightingale with 110 pts and 3rd Frank with 100 pts https://t.co/w5SKUvcNbR

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1201460400547610626

11:17 AM - 2 Dec 2019

Friday the Yr 13 composition workshop that took place with Dani Howard (award winning composer) and Mike Poyser . It was an amazing opportunity for the students to work with them both and feel inspired to work on their A Level compositions. https://t.co/2yYAm3EdQm

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1196845226196963328

17:38 PM - 19 Nov 2019

Rehearsals at the Rose Theatre in Kingston were superb. Students were exceptional and are ready for tonight’s performance. https://t.co/XFUZPXG3dh

22:59 PM - 8 Nov 2019

Year 9 students on the WW1 Battlefields visit are due to arrive back to school at around 23:45. The staff would like to thank the students for an excellent visit.

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1192888430499434497

19:35 PM - 8 Nov 2019

Year 9 Battlefields visit. Students have paid their respects to the soldiers who fought in the Great War and explored important sites linked to their study of the experiences of WW1. The students have been a real credit to the school. https://t.co/ig6F9l9GRs

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1189566127560691713

15:34 PM - 30 Oct 2019

Fantastic final day in Berlin. Students enjoyed the visits to the panorama 360 Berlin Wall exhibition and the Stasi museum. https://t.co/U7dxJW78vJ

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1189262748938575872

19:28 PM - 29 Oct 2019

Lovely end to day two with a yummy evening meal and bowling 🎳 https://t.co/AREXdZivy6

Pastoral Care

Hinchley Wood adopts an holistic approach to pastoral care, encouraging all students to achieve not only academic success but also helping them develop and become valued, individual members of society.

The HWS core values reflect this - throughout their time at Hinchley Wood (and beyond) the school strives to help all students to be: confident, considerate, determined, enthusiastic and independent.

Pastoral care begins before students join the school with an introductory ‘taster/induction’ day during the summer term before they start, giving them a chance to meet fellow students, their tutors and generally get a feel for their new school environment.

Form tutors are key, constant supporters in a student’s school life, who, wherever possible, will move with the tutor group as they progress through the school.  Form groups meet twice a day for morning (10 Minutes) and afternoon (20 minutes) registration and join the rest of the year group for a weekly assembly.

Registration/form times are an important part of the school day - as well as monitoring attendance and general progress, it is an opportunity for form tutors to address specific issues that may be raised by peers, teachers or parents; it also tends to be the time when firm friendships and relationships are formed.

Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) Programme runs throughout the school year and students with a forum for gaining and developing knowledge and understanding of the issues affecting young people both as individuals and members of the wider community.

Please see the menu on the left for further information OR click on the following links: Pastoral Care Who's Who - The Pastoral Care Journey