We are aware now more than ever that some families will be finding it difficult to access period products. HEY GIRLS are a charity that work closely with the school and they provide free sanitary products to our pupils.
We can organise for HEY GIRLS to send 3 month/family packs to your home address or we can organise for them to be at a collection point close to the school.
Please e-mail Miss Higgins if you would like to benefit from the free period products: email@example.com
Please see the HEY GIRLS website to see all the wonderful work they do www.heygirls.co.uk
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to e-mail Miss Higgins.
Today, Monday 30th March, a new letter has been issued electronically to all parents and carers featuring important information about learning at home, communication with the school and teachers, and who to get in touch with if you have any concerns.
To read this letter, please visit the School Communication page on the Covid-19 School Closure section of our website here.
For students who have applied to UCAS, new information is available on the UCAS website for students in Scotland.
Read the UCAS Covid-19 Update here.
All students should receive notifications of any changes to their applications (including deadlines) through “Track”.
For many pupils, the deadlines for accepting offers have been accepted as follows:
Any pupil who is already accessing counselling support from one of our school counsellors can now do so via telephone appointments. Please e-mail Miss Higgins for more information regarding this: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have managed to make contact with some of our pupils and parents/carers regarding our counselling service. If we have not managed to reach you and you would like to benefit from this support please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
The following letter provides information about how to communication with school staff during the period of school closures.
HHS Letter 23rd March – Communication with school
For more information and advice, visit our dedicated Covid19 webpage here.
EMA Update- 19/03/20 13:43pm
‘Those young people who are in receipt of EMA and who are unable to meet their agreed attendance requirements either through self-isolating, contracting the virus or through the learning institution being closed will continue to receive their EMA payment.’
Visit out page here for more information.
*For the latest information regarding Coronavirus, please visit our dedicated page here in our “News and Events” section*
Please note that any information relevant to the school will be posted immediately on our Twitter page @HillheadHS
If you haven’t done so already, please download the free Groupcall app, to receive text alerts from the school. To learn about how to do this, visit our Communication page here.