Useful Information and Resources

In thinking about our transition pages, we wanted to try and include some useful resources and key bits of information all in one place. From this page, you will be able to find links to other sections of the website specifically relating to aspects of transition, such as uniform and the school brochure. You will also be able to download resources staff feel might be useful for some of our families. We will also post other videos of aspects of school life which might help pupils before they join our Whitehill community. 

Again, if there is anything you think we should have included but you can’t find, please do get in touch using the feedback form on Welcome to Whitehill page. 

School Uniform

All children at Whitehill wear school uniform. The school uniform is electric blue sweatshirt and gold polo shirt. Both items are embroidered with the school logo.

Light grey school trousers or skirts may be worn along with grey tights or grey/white socks. Checked or striped dress in blue and white may be worn in the summer term.

More information on School Uniform can be found here. 

School Brochure

If we haven’t quite covered all of your questions under this transition tab of the school website, it could well be that the information you are looking for can be found in our School Brochure. This version of the brochure is being phased out as we look to reduce the amount of paper and printing in school. Our pupils came up with the idea of a QR Code booklet which links directly to the website which is updated regularly. A copy of this is available from the school office. 

Visual Timetable

Sometimes our children need to see what their day will look like.  This can be really important if they have autism or anxiety but is helpful to many children facing the unknown!

To the right are some visuals for you to print off and use at home. There are daily and weekly timetables as well as pictures to represent the things that commonly occur for the pupils during their week at Whitehill. 

Fun at Whitehill

Some of the pupils who have been at school each day during lockdown were tasked with coming up with different ways pupils can have fun in their free time when in school.  

Mr Lord and Miss McGurk have put their ideas together in a short video for you to enjoy.