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  • 19/03/20

    HGS SCHOOL UPDATES

    * Click here to see the most recent whole school communications *
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  • 01/05/20

    New Intake Information

        Click here for the latest update from our @HGSTransition twitter page
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  • 01/06/20

    10 Ways For Parents To Help Their Children Cope With Change

    Parents - please see attached leaflet about top 10 tips for parents to help their children cope with change.
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  • 01/06/20

    Beats

      Please see attached information regarding Beats school uniform for September 2020.
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  • 23/03/20

    How to use Google Classroom - for parents

      This video is a brief introduction to Google Classroom. It's aimed at American schools, but the explanation is still valid. To log in, students use their school email address and usual HGS password.       The video advises that...
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  • 12/03/20

    Reminder -School Closure Notification System

    REMINDER - SCHOOLS CLOSURE NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
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  • 10/03/20

    Debate Trip - HGS team at the Houses of Parliament

      The HGS team performed brilliantly at the Houses of Parliament last week at the inter-schools debate trip. Well done everyone!  
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  • 10/03/20

    Well done Lorna!

    Lorna Thompson 13B performed her own composition at the Royal Albert Hall at the weekend, accompanied by a pianist and string quartet. This is the second year in a row that Lorna has been invited to perform her work live at this amazing venue!  
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  • 04/03/20

    Phase Drop In Session

    On Tuesday lunchtimes, Phase will be running a lunchtime drop-in, in M26. Feel free to drop by to play some games, chat, have fun and connect with others - for all years. It would be great to have 6th formers around and involved if they are happy too. See attached flyer for more details...
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  • 26/02/20

    A Space To Be

    A Space To Be… is a wellbeing project for young people aged 14–18.  Based in museums, artists will use objects from the collection as inspiration for making art, poetry and stories.  This is not art therapy, simply a way to give young people who are st...
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  • 26/02/20

    Coronavirus Information - updated 11 March 2020

    coronavirus - updated information - Monday 16 march 2020   Department for Education...
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