Year 7 Transition 2020
Congratulations to all students in year 6 who have been allocated a place here at The Hollins for September. Please visit here to see the messages to you from our Headteacher, Mr Campbell and the Year 7 Year Co-ordinator, Miss Bamber.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
School Closure - Updates
We hope all members of our school community are staying safe at this difficult time. Please read our latest Parent update letter and continue to check synergy. If you don’t follow us on twitter yet you can find us @thehollinslancs or on facebook where we are sharing learning links and ideas to support you and your family
Remote Learning During School Closure
During closure pupils need to complete work set by their teachers. Remote learning is set via Synergy and/ or Google Classroom. If you are having problems with logging into Synergy then please let school know email@example.com and someone will provide you with some support.
This guide to home learning has been produced to support families during this time Secondary Parent Guide Helping Your Child with the school closures
To read our letter about remote learning please visit Letter to Parents 19 March 2020
We know that this situation is challenging. For support with mental health worries please use this guide Signposting of Mental Health advice and resources and our students all can access Kooth https://student.kooth.com/
These websites are also useful for our families at this time:
Our Mission Statement
The Hollins aims to provide each and every pupil with a broad and balanced curriculum appropriate to their needs. The delivery of this learning will take place within a calm and purposeful working environment. Our exceptional care, guidance and support enables every child to flourish, achieve their potential and develop the necessary skills and abilities to play an active part in our global society. We place a strong emphasis on personal values and high quality relationships between adults and children that leave our pupils uniquely equipped for the future.
East Lancashire Teaching School Alliance
The Hollins is the lead school of the Alliance, a designated National Teaching School and National Support School.
As a Teaching School The Hollins leads the East Lancashire Teaching School Alliance. This is a partnership of schools from across East Lancashire who are working together, sharing talent, skills and experience to improve the teaching, learning, leadership and educational outcomes for young people.
We are a youth led social action initiative that empowers and gives pupils the platform to serve their local community, developing them into future leaders and helping them create a movement for positive social change.