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Student Voice

Posted on: July 26th 2021

Student Voice has been relaunched in the last couple of months in preparation for the next academic year. The aim of Student Voice in Amery Hill is to empower our students to express their views and opinions on their own educational journey. It provides them with a platform to reflect on and improve the school experience for the whole Amery Hill community and beyond.  Following a rigorous application and interview process we have appointed six ambassadors from each year group.

Student Ambassadors are already hard at work and have been involved in the formation of the House Championship and have been working towards the “Your Voice” Exhibition. The 24 Ambassadors form our Student Parliament along with our Head and Deputy Head Boys and Girls. The parliament can meet as a whole or in KS3 and KS4 groups depending on the stage of discussions. They are constantly bringing new and varied ideas to the table and we continue to enjoy their enthusiasm.

We look forward to continuing the hard work in September by looking at environmental issues both within the school and in the local area. As part of our Parliament Week activities in November the students will be able to put their questions to Mr Damien Hinds MP. The Year 10 and 11 Ambassadors will be working closely with next year’s Year 7 students and involving them in all Student Voice initiatives before we appoint six ambassadors from the year group in the Spring Term.


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GCSE Summer 2021 Press Release
Posted on: 12/08/2021

GCSE Summer 2021 Press Release

Statement from the Headteacher, Mr Stephen Mann The class of 2021, like many thousands of students up and down the country, have had to endure a torrid couple of years with so much uncertainty and disruption to their learning.  However, it has been a real pleasure for the staff at Amery Hill School to celebrate the individual achievements of each and every student as they received their GCSE results. Throughout the last eighteen months Amery Hill’s students have been a credit to their school and families in the way they have continued to work tirelessly on their studies, even when faced with so many obstacles being thrown at them without warning.  Whilst the media and political narrative has been less than supportive around the achievements of this group of students, we believe these results will show a much truer reflection of a student’s aptitude and understanding of their subjects.  The variety of assessment opportunities students have been given has allowed them to showcase their very best and not be reliant on a one off, all or nothing examination.  These unprecedented challenges have brought out the very best qualities in our students and their results are a tribute to not only their dedication, but the determination, empathy and care of all of our staff at Amery Hill School who have supported, enthused and when required carried them every step of the way. Our congratulations to all of our students and a special mention to our top performers including Monty Austin, Karina Barwick, Bear Crawford, Hannah Davies, Esme Doyle, Maia Fuller, Isobel Horton, Lewis Kelley, Izzy Malatesta, Margaux Meakin, Hannah Swain and Beatrice Vickery. A number of students have made outstanding progress and we celebrate their achievements: Charlie Baker, Erika Booth, Jessica Clarke, Eleanor Ford, Isobel Goldie, Fred Harris, Sophie Housley, Grace Hunter, Anna Munckton, Cedrick Ortega, Toby Phillips and Zoe Swan. We wish all our students every success, health and happiness for the future - this is your time, now go out there and take it!View Article