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Welcome

Headteacher's Welcome

A warm welcome to Kelvin Hall School. We are a large mixed secondary school of approximately 1500 pupils aged 11-16. Kelvin Hall School is an exciting and enjoyable place to learn, where relationships between staff and pupils are positive and happy.

We support our young people, so they enjoy their time at our school and play a key part in all that school life has to offer. We are immensely proud of the successes achieved by our pupils and we constantly strive to do more and be even better. Our ultimate purpose is to do everything that we can to ensure that our students are given the best opportunity to succeed well beyond their school life. We are very proud of all our achievements, not only in examination success, but also in offering wide-ranging and relevant learning experiences beyond the curriculum, equipping all students for their next steps in life.

Outstanding teaching and learning is our priority. Our highly qualified and motivated staff work hard to ensure our students achieve at the highest level, whatever their starting point.

Mr P Cavanagh

Executive Headteacher

Ethos and Values

Mission Statement

Kelvin Hall School: where hardworking, respectful and independent young people thrive in and beyond our community.

VALUES

Hard Work

We arrive at school, and to lessons, on time, in the correct uniform and with the correct equipment. We achieve success through consistent hard work. We keep positive and never give up so we have the strength and resilience to succeed in everything we put our minds to. We meet deadlines and never let a failure put us off.

Respect

We arrive at school, and to lessons, on time, in the correct uniform and with the correct equipment. We are polite and courteous to everyone in our community at all times. We practice good manners and greet people with a smile. We go out of our way to help others and have the courage to do the right things.

Independence

We arrive at school, and to lessons, on time, in the correct uniform and with the correct equipment. We consistently try our best and ask for help when needed. We complete all work, in class and at home, to the best of our ability and meet deadlines. We use all the opportunities available to us to make the best progress we can and take responsibility for our own learning.

Yorkshire & the Humber Co-operative Learning Trust

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The Yorkshire and the Humber Co-operative Learning Trust (YHCLT) was created in September 2016 and now includes 2 secondary and 7 primary schools.

Our aim, underpinned by co-operative values and an ethical approach to leadership, is to inspire our students and staff and bring rapid and sustained improvement to the communities we live and work in.

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