How to use Teams for remote lessons
During school closure all lessons will be taught in Teams/Office 365. We have put together a help page on how to access and use Teams plus some FAQs if you have technical issues.
Important information for Parents
Important update for parents - 8 January 2020
As you know the government have told us that “the single most important action we can all take is to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives”. For our school this means that we will remain open only for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. All other children will learn remotely until at least February half term.
The government also said that in the circumstances, they do not think it is possible for all exams in the summer to go ahead as planned. They will be working with Ofqual to consult rapidly to put in place alternative arrangements that will allow students to progress fairly. We will of course let you know when anything further is announced.
Please see the attached letters regarding the arrangements for remote learning and the provision for vulnerable students and children of critical workers.
Remote Learning from first two weeks
Examples of Remote Learning at George Stephenson High School
Year 11 Remote Information Evening November 2020
Please view our Year 11 Information Evening November 2020 video below
Year 8 Remote Information Evening November 2020
Please view our Year 8 Remote Information Evening November 2020 video below
Year 9 Remote Parents Information Evening 2020
Please view our Year 9 Remote Parents Information Evening 2020 video below
Virtual Open Evening September 2020
Please view our Virtual Open Evening for Information and videos
Information for Parents September 2020
Please find below important information for all parents regarding how our school is operating this year and some guidance from the local Public Health Team on Covid-19 and common cold symptoms and a simple guide on what to do if your child does have Covid-19 symptoms.
GCSE & A-Level Results
George Stephenson High School are incredibly proud of our Year 11 and Year 13 students and the results they have achieved at GCSE and A Level this year. It has been such a difficult year, but our young people deserve the success they have enjoyed today and last week and we would like to wish them all the very best for the future.
Preparing for Year 10
Bridging packs of work for Year 9 students ahead of their options subjects.
Year 6 Transition
Year 6 Transition Information
George Stephenson High School is a “Good” school (Ofsted December 2019.)
We have been overwhelmed with letters and poems coming in for the link up project with Segdefield Court Sheltered Accommodation in West Moor with help from West Moor Residents Association' We would like to share just some of them with you so far.
Thank you to all our wonderful students who have worked so hard!
I would like to offer you a very warm welcome to George Stephenson High School. Named after local visionary, our school stands for the same things he did: academic excellence and self-improvement. Ian Wilkinson.
George Stephenson High School is proud of its working relationships with parents and carers. We are committed to working closely with parents so that we can help every student succeed in school and we are always striving to develop and improve our links with parents.
Information for Parents
Information for Students