Dear Parents & Guardians,
Following the announcement from the Government on Monday 23.03.20 and due to there being no identified demand for us to provide childcare for the children of key workers, I have made the decision to close Netherhall School until further notice.
Teachers are working remotely and will continue to provide your children with homework via Edulink One or other online learning platforms. There is a dedicated help desk for parent and student IT support; our IT manager will answer any queries you may have.
Please use the contact details below:
Parents / Guardians: firstname.lastname@example.org
The main reception phones have been redirected if you need to get in contact: 01900 813434
I hope that those of you who are unaffected by the Coronavirus stay well and those of you affected recover quickly. Thank you for your understanding and continued support in what are very challenging times.
I will endeavour to update you as often as I can however, please use the school website for all the latest information.
Mr. D. W. Tromans
Edulink One: all parents and guardians should have received either via email or hard copy with your child, instructions on how to sign up for Edulink One. Please find the link below to the login page. If you have not received your login details, are having difficulty, or have any questions, please email our IT Manager directly on: email@example.com
To all students: please use the 'student' page for IT support and up-to-date links to online resources.
Last updated: Tuesday 24.03.20
Ofsted Rated as 'Good' - February 2018
My name is Mr Tromans and welcome to our website. This is a welcoming, friendly, vibrant and happy school, where staff and students are treated with care and respect. I believe the school’s values and ethos are indicative of the Cumbrian spirit and represent the best of Maryport and West Cumbria.
The success of the school is built on positive relationships. I see this on a daily basis: dedicated staff and committed students who have positive and constructive relationships, the result is happy and confident learners who are inspired and achieve well.
The school’s aim is to support the development of healthy, confident, capable and happy young people, who are supportive and tolerant of each other; a school that builds understanding and recognises individuality, whilst embracing collective responsibility.
We aim to make school an enjoyable and productive experience for every child, where every young person looks forward to the possibilities of each day with energy and enthusiasm.
The five values that guide Netherhall School are:
Students First – students’ best interests are at the centre of all our decisions.
Aspiration – to be fiercely ambitious for all our students.
Quality – to provide high-quality learning opportunities.
Opportunity – to enrich students' learning.
Community – to play an active role in the community.
If you are a parent, student or a visitor and have any questions, hopefully you’ll find the answers on our website. It contains general information, latest news, details of events, parents’ evenings, policy documents, and other important information about attendance, behaviour, homework and extra-curricular activities.
If you require any further information, please contact the school’s main reception.
Telephone: 01900 813434
Mr David W. Tromans
THE NETHERHALL ECHO
We want you to know what's going on in our school. Words can only describe our school so much. Please follow the link below to learn about our curriculum, community impact, and how we support our students here at Netherhall School.
THE SCHOOL DAY
08.30 - School Starts
08.35 - Registration or Assembly
08.50 - Period 1
09.40 - Period 2
10.30 - Break
10.50 - Period 3
11.40 - Period 4
12.30 - Lunch
13.15 - Registration
13.20 - Period 5
14.10 - Period 6
15.00 - School Ends