HollyFest 2022
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HollyFest 2022!

We are delighted to announce that tickets for our biennial music & arts event are now on sale!

This year's fundraising festival is going to be bigger and better than ever!

The evening will conclude with a stunning fireworks display! Come and celebrate the end of the academic year with a bang!

You can buy tickets at https://www.hollyfest.co.uk.

You can also pre book your tickets for one of the special Hollyfest drama production performances, celebrity led Zumba workouts & Zorb games. Places are limited. https://www.hollyfest.co.uk/welcome/default/tickets

For the first time, you can also purchase Hollyfest 2022 merchandise! Have a look at the full catalogue of items here https://www.hollyfest.co.uk/welcome/default/products.

Remember, all proceeds go to the school and will be spent on the students. Every penny you spend is a valuable contribution and makes a huge difference!

If you'd like to volunteer to help with the festival, we are recruiting people to join an already strong and dedicated team of parents. Please get in touch with the PTA by email to express your interest.

Options Information Evening

Thank you to all those who came to our Options Information Evening. For those who were unable to attend you can watch the video by clicking here

For more information about the subjects you can watch our subject information videos by clicking here

If you still have questions you can email Mr Kynes who deals with the options process on jkynes@hollyfield.kingston.sch.uk

Open Evening Subject Videos
Watch our video about the Visual Performing Arts Faculty!
Whole School Video
Sixth Form Video
Art
Computing
Design & Tech
Drama
English
Maths
Modern Foreign Languages
Music
PE
 
Science
 
COVID Isolation Changes

As of 22 February 2022, the government no longer requires staff and students to complete twice weekly Lateral Flow Tests, apart from those within a SEND provision. This means that staff and students who work in our Phoenix Provision will continue to test but for the rest of us, there is no need to continue with the tests.

The wording around self-isolation has changed from rules to 'guidance'. If someone has symptoms and/or tests positive, we recommend that they isolate for five days. Following two negative LFTs after day five, they can return to school/work. We would like our staff and students to follow this guidance and we need you to continue to inform us if your child receives a positive PCR/LFT result. You should still report the results of tests online every time a test is taken, even if the test result was negative or void. LFT kits can be ordered from the government website here or are available from local pharmacies.

As you know, we have relaxed some of the restrictions at school. Staff and students are still welcome (but no longer required) to wear masks. We have been able to reintroduce face to face meetings and assemblies. We continue to make sure that classrooms and communal spaces are regularly cleaned and well ventilated. We are in close contact with Public Health Kingston, who will help us to review these measures and make any appropriate changes.

Changes to Positive Covid Results

There have been some important changes to the guidance regarding positive cases. From now on, anyone who has previously tested positive for Covid-19 does not need to wait 90 days until they can continue testing at home or on site. We therefore encourage all students to participate in the onsite testing or test at home programme.

Confirmatory PCR tests to be temporarily suspended for positive lateral flow device

Confirmatory PCR tests following a positive lateral flow device (LFD) test result are to be temporarily suspended from Tuesday 11 January. This will mean that anyone who receives a positive LFD test result will be required to self-isolate immediately and will not be required to take a confirmatory PCR test. In addition, the results of the LFD test need to be registered with NHS England and once confirmation of a positive test has been received, please can this be forwarded onto the school via the school email at office@hollyfield.kingston.sch.uk as these are required to be logged daily with the Department of Education. Once received, work will be available on Google Classroom for your child to work through if they are well enough to do so.

New School Day Timings

Please see a summary of the new school day timings below:

Time KS3 KS4
0830 - 0900 Morning Registration
0900 - 0950 Period 1
0950 - 1055 Break 0950 - 1005
Period 2: 1005 - 1055
Period 2: 0950 - 1040
Break 1040 - 1055
1055 - 1145 Period 3
1145 - 1310 Lunch 1145 - 1220
Period 4: 1120 - 1310
Period 4: 1145 - 1235
Lunch 1235 - 1310
1310 - 1400 Period 5
1400 - 1455 Period 6 (This is extended by 5 mins for pastoral time)
1400 - 1445 Year 7 Only - Period 6 (This is extended by 5 mins for pastoral time)
Headteacher's Welcome ~ Ms. A Jackson
Amy Jackson, Headteacher

Welcome to Hollyfield school. Hollyfield is a happy, creative and ambitious school where everyone is valued. We are at the heart of our community and benefit hugely from the support of all of those in our locality.

The Hollyfield School is a member of the Every Child, Every Day Academy Trust. We have high expectations and aspirations for all of our students and create a learning environment in which they can thrive. We believe that every student should be equipped with the knowledge and skills to enable them to reach their full potential.

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Surbiton Hill Road,
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