Community & Partnership

The Community & Partnership Coordinator at Sarum Hall ensures that our pupils have the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge of projects which facilitate independent thoughts, ideas and experiences. This aspect of school life enables our pupils to have a voice and make valid contributions to shape the world in which they will work and live. Our aim is to create a warm and caring environment in which children can grow socially, emotionally and intellectually.

Our position in the community is of vital importance to us and we place great emphasis of the children understanding, and contributing to, the community beyond the school front door. Children are fascinated by the world in which they live and have a thirst to find out more about it, and are passionate about contributing to environmental issues and charitable projects. Our aim is to ensure that we develop projects and initiatives that enable our pupils to have an understanding of the world in which they live, beyond the school community and our Community & Partnership Coordinator fulfils the following objectives:

  • To oversee the use of the Food Studio in the local community and to help facilitate outreach projects (in conjunction with the Food Technology Coordinator)
  • To oversee the school’s contribution to local charities as part of the school house system and to identify other potential charitable opportunities
  • To liaise with the relevant staff to develop our Arts Mark accreditation
  • To promote and develop the work of our Eco Team and increase our contribution to the wider community both through school based projects and opportunities in the local area
  • To liaise with other relevant staff to promote our contribution in the local community, in order to facilitate child based initiatives to the benefit of our residents.

Recently we organised a Week of the Woman initiative where children had mixed classes inspired by how women have shaped history. All lessons were themed around different inspirational women across a range of subjects such as female astronomers, artists, journalists, inventors and scientists, to name a few! The girls enjoyed panel discussions and an ambitions fair led by some of our parent body too.

“Why did we choose Sarum Hall? Its reputation and our observations on the school’s value system and pastoral care, and how they raise the girls in addition to educating them. Also their commitment to music, the arts and extra-curricular activities.”

Sarum Hall parent

“I think she is being extremely well taught in a very nurturing environment.”

 

Sarum Hall parent

“My daughter is happy and enjoys her school experience immensely. She often surprises us with the breadth of her knowledge.”

Sarum Hall parent

WHERE NEXT?

Covid-19 Curriculum

We have transferred our usual educational provision into a Remote Learning Programme which maintains the curriculum input for pupils from Reception up to Year 6. The programme replicates our days in school with live lessons delivered for all subjects. Our programme can be accessed via the Sarum Hall Remote Learning Portal. The school will remain open for the Nursery class and Key Worker children until Monday 8th March, when we welcome back pupils in all year groups.

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