Student E-Book 2020 - 2021

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Course: Student E-Book 2020-2021
Book: Student E-Book 2020 - 2021
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Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2020, 11:56 AM

Attendance and Punctuality

School will open at:    8.30am

Please arrive before:  8.40am

Be  punctual!

If you cannot attend school, please make sure a person with parental responsibility contacts the attendance officer by phoning 01420 81301 before 9.00am on the first morning of absence or emailing student.absence@ameryhill.hants.sch.uk

You should bring a note explaining your absence when you return to school.

What to do if you’re late for school

If you arrive at school late you must:

·         if you arrive late but before the start of period 1 you must go straight to tutor time or your assembly

·         if you arrive after the start of period 1 you must sign in at reception.

·         Always apologise for being late

Lost Property

Please would you label all clothing and if you have lost something check with the office first

So, WHERE AND WHEN……..

Any items found will be stored opposite Room Hi2 in the History Department corridor and may be collected at first break every Thursday morning. Contact the Front Office, if you need to report lost property.

School Periods


DAILY

DURATION

Tutor/Assembly

08.45 - 09.05

20 MINS

Period 1

09.05 - 09.55

50 MINS

Period 2

09.55 - 10.45

50 MINS

BREAK

10.45 - 11.05
(warning bell at 11.00am)

20 MINS

Period 3

11.05 - 11.55

50 MINS

Period 4

11.55 - 12.45

50 MINS

LUNCH

12.45 - 13.20
 (warning bell at 13.15pm)

35 MINS

Period 5

13.20 - 14.10

50 MINS

Period 6

14.10 - 15.00

50 MINS

 

 

Mobile Phone and Device Policy

Amery Hill School acknowledges that mobile phones are required for communication. Mobile phones are permitted in school subject to the following strict guidelines:

  1. At all times the student is responsible for the safe keeping of his or her mobile phone or device not the school.

  2. Mobile phones must be switched off between 8.45am – 3pm (this includes breaks and lunchtimes) unless a student has the direct permission of a member of staff.

  3. Students should keep their phones/devices out of sight and in a secure place, especially during PE lessons. Lockers are provided in PE.

  4. School will not take responsibility for loss or damage to mobile phones/devices. (Parents need to be aware that insurance companies may not cover loss or damage to mobile phones in schools).

  5. Mobile phones or any device with the ability to access the internet are not allowed in examination rooms. Any student found in possession of such a device in an examination room will be disqualified from that and any future exams in that round.

  6. If a mobile phone/device is seen by a member of staff, between 8.45am - 3pm the device will be confiscated. A student may collect their phone or device from the school office when school finishes.

  7. If a phone/device is confiscated for a second time the parent will have to collect it from the main office.

  8. If a student continues to contravene the school’s mobile phone policy then they will be required to hand in their device on a daily basis for safe keeping.

  9. Students must not under any circumstances, film other students or teachers.

  10. Students found abusing the use of the phone e.g. making threatening calls, etc. may be reported to the police.

  11. Students must not contact parents via phones between 8.45am and 3pm. Please go to the front office if you need to make contact.

  12. Parents are advised not to contact their child via the mobile phone during the school day, but to use the service available through the reception staff.


ICARE - Points



Behaviour Management - U points


Amery Hill Expectations: Uniform Year 7 & 8 - Sept 2020

UNIFORM OPTION 1






















UNIFORM OPTION 1

  • Navy blue blazer with embroidered school logo on the front pocket
  • Plain pale blue short or long sleeved school shirt
  • Plain navy blue V-neck jumper (Optional) 
  • Amery Hill School tie
  • Plain black, straight legged, standard fit trousers
  • Black ankle length socks
  • Black leather shoes

 UNIFORM OPTION 2

Uniform Option 2










UNIFORM OPTION 2

  • Navy blue blazer with embroidered school logo on the front pocket
  • Plain pale blue short or long sleeved school revere neck blouse 
  • Plain navy blue V-neck jumper (Optional)
  • Blue tartan boxed pleat skirt, to be worn on or below the knee
  • Black ankle length socks
  • Black tights
  • Black leather shoes

Please note that students should pick the full uniform from either option 1 or 2 and not mix uniform from 

each option.

Our Uniform Suppliers 

Skoolkit, 15 Church Street, Basingstoke, RG21 7QG Email: Basingstoke@skoolkit.co.uk

 SCHOOL UNIFORM RULES

  • Blazers must be worn to, from and around school
  • No trainers, boots, high heels or canvas shoes permitted
  • No make-up of any kind to be worn
  • No nail polish, acrylic or false nails permitted
  • No jewellery to be worn, except for a watch and one small stud in the lobe of each ear
  • No body, facial or tongue piercings permitted
  • Only natural hair colours permitted
  • No extreme hairstyles permitted
  • No hoodies permitted

Amery Hill School Uniform Years 9 - 11 - Sept 2020

UNIFORM OPTION 1































UNIFORM OPTION 1

  • Navy blue blazer with embroidered school logo on the front pocket
  • Plain pale blue short or long sleeved school shirt
  • Plain navy blue V-neck jumper (Optional) 
  • Amery Hill School tie
  • Plain black, straight legged, standard fit trousers
  • Plain navy blue ‘Charleston’ style pleated skirt,
  • to be worn on or below the knee
  • Black ankle length socks
  • Black tights
  • Black leather shoes
UNIFORM OPTION 2

UNIFORM OPTION 2

  • Navy blue blazer with embroidered school logo on the front pocket
  • Plain pale blue short or long sleeved school revere neck blouse 
  • Plain navy blue V-neck jumper (Optional)
  • Blue tartan boxed pleat skirt,
  • to be worn on or below the knee
  • Black ankle length socks
  • Black tights
  • Black leather shoes

 New starters have the choice of either wearing the tartan skirt together with revere neck blouse or

alternatively trousers with a button to neck shirt and tie. Students in Years 8 – 11 can either wear their current skirt with shirt and tie or the new style tartan skirt with revere neck blouse.

Please Note: Revere neck blouses cannot be worn with trousers or the ‘Charleston’ style skirt.

SCHOOL UNIFORM RULES

  • Blazers must be worn to, from and around school
  • No trainers, boots, high heels or canvas shoes permitted
  • No make-up of any kind to be worn
  • No nail polish, acrylic or false nails permitted
  • No jewellery to be worn, except for a watch and one small stud in the lobe of each ear
  • No body, facial or tongue piercings permitted
  • Only natural hair colours permitted
  • No extreme hairstyles permitted
  • No hoodies permitted


Amery Hill Expectations - PE Kit

Winter PE Kit Expectations

WINTER REQUIREMENTS

  • Plain Navy/Sky R150 reversible rugby shirt
  • Navy P235 shorts
  • Pale blue football socks

Summper PE Kit Expectations

SUMMER REQUIREMENTS

  • Navy/Sky PE polo shirt
  • Navy P235 shorts
  • White ankle socks

 PE KIT RULES

  • Shin pads must be worn for football and hockey lessons
  • A gum shield must be worn for hockey and rugby
  • White socks must be worn over the ankle for indoor and summer lessons
  • Laces must be tied up outside the tongues of trainers
  • No jewellery to be worn during lessons; however, if earrings cannot be removed students must provide tape to cover them
  • School hoodies must NOT be worn in lessons; however, they can be worn at extra-curricular clubs and fixtures
  • Trainers and football boots should be worn in accordance with the PE lessons being taught

 

If students are excused from PE lessons for medical reasons, they must provide a valid medical note but will still be expected to get changed into their PE uniform so that they can participate in the
lesson either as a coach or officiator.

 


 

Amery Hill Expectations - Equipment

A good quality school bag to contain....


  • A Reading Book
  • Pen - Pencil
  • Eraser - Protractor
  • Pair of Compasses
  • Pair of Earphones
  • PE Kit
  • Books and Lunch
  • Cooking Ingredients

USE YOUR LOCKER AND PUT YOUR NAME ON EVERYTHING

Mobile Phones MUST NOT be used in school

What to do if ...


Action against Bullying

IT IS BULLYING IF SOMEONE CONTINUALLY:-

  • Threatens you
  • Calls you names
  • Hurts you
  • Damages your possessions
  • Spreads rumours about you
  • Uses text, email, or social media to say hurtful things
  • Say hurtful things about your ethnic background, religion, gender, sexuality, disability, special educational need, appearance or specific issues in your family

 Amery hill school does not tolerate bullying. We will:- 

  • Make sure that the person being bullied is safe
  • Work to stop it happening again
  • Provide support to the person being bullied

What should you do? 

 Talk to someone you trust and get them to help you take the right steps to stop the bullying. When you are talking to an adult be clear about:-

  • What has happened to you
  • How often it has happened
  • Who was involved
  • Who saw what was happening
  • Where and when it happened
  • What you have done about it already
  • What evidence you can share in the form of screen shots if needs be

Dealing with bullying situations

Try to stay calm when the bullying starts – people who bully often enjoy the feeling of power they get if they can see that they can “wind you up”, especially in front of an audience. Try to deny them this satisfaction.

  • Breathe deeply, save any evidence of online bullying and remind yourself that:
  • There is nothing about you that deserves this. Nobody has the right to treat you like this.
  • What the bully says tells people more about them than you.
  • You might just walk away and try to ignore the bullying - they may lose interest if you don’t react.
  • Use the CEOP Reporting tab on any social media platform to report abuse.

You might try looking the person bullying you in the eye, and saying something like “I don’t know why you are doing this, but I would like it to stop. Please leave me alone now.” (This is hard to do, so don’t feel bad if you don’t feel able to do this.)

 Remember to talk to an adult you trust who will be able to help you.

Signing in to your School Email and Show My Homework accounts

Example:                  Joe Bloggs
Email Address:      Joe.Bloggs23@ameryhill.hants.sch.uk
Logon Name:          JBLOGGS23
Password:                Password48

 School Email

Follow the link from the homepage to the school email.
1.  Click on the Logon Name box
2.  Type in your logon name: JBLOGGS23
3.  Click on the password box

The @edu.hants.gov.uk will be automatically added
to your logon name

4.  Type in your password: Password48
Be careful!  Your password is case-sensitive – it does matter whether you use capital letters or not – so copy it exactly!
5.  Click ‘Sign in’

School Email login box


Show My Homework

Follow the link from the homepage to the Show My Homework school calendar. You can also get to this page from links on the school website and VLE.

Click ‘Log in’ in the top right-hand corner.

 1.  Click on the orange ‘Office 365’ button
The extra window should open
2.  Click on the Logon Name box
3.  Type in your logon name followed by @ameryhill.hants.sch.uk: JBLOGGS23@ameryhill.hants.sch.uk
4.  Click on the password box
(the window may take a couple of seconds at this point – just wait!)
6.  Type in your password: Password48
Be careful!  Your password is case-sensitive – it does matter whether you use capital letters or not – so copy it exactly!
7.  Click ‘Sign in’

SMH login box