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Latest news and updates can be found below:


    The latest Extra Curricular Clubs timetable can be found here. [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer I thought a little break from my communications would be welcomed by you all. However, I have a number of things that I need to share with you as we try to get back to the Swanmore College we were all used to before March 2020. Some items are Government driven and others are determined by the College as next steps in our gradual exit from Lockdown. [Read More]


    Are you looking to buy a picnic bench? £170 for a picnic bench £10 local delivery Discounts on purchases of 3 or more. Dimensions are: 1.2m wide x 1.8m long x 0.85m high To order please email [email protected] [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer I should like nothing more than to be able to thank each and every one of you personally for your monumental efforts over the last few months. As I am unable to do so, I hope this letter will suffice. That said, the way our testing has gone this week, it feels as though we could manage anything at the moment. I am delighted to report that we have tested 1,167 pupils in 3 days [Read More]


    Thank you to all of those pupils who have continued to send in entries for this week's Enrichment Booklet Challenge Competition. As always our pupils have really embraced the idea of trying new things, taking on a challenge and have achieved and made things that are above and beyond our expectations. [Read More]


    The first edition of the Swanmore Wellbeing and Mental Health newsletter. [Read More]


    Thank you to all pupils who sent in photos and videos of themselves having a go at one or more of the enrichment activities put together by your subject teachers at school. It is amazing to see how creative and resourceful our pupils can be and how they have relished the opportunity to improve their already amazing skills, or do something completely different. Below is a selection of the kind of [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer I hope you had a break over half term from encouraging/forcing your child(ren) to engage in their online learning.  At least we know now that all pupils will be returning to school soon and your day to day battles, with regard to home tutoring, will be confined to evenings and weekends. I apologise for the delay in writing to you, however, we confirm with the Department for [Read More]


    Following the announcement from the Government on Monday 4 January 2021, we have provided a brief walkthrough on accessing Google Meet lessons for pupils. [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and managed some sort of break with your loved ones.  Please accept my apologies for waiting until now before communicating with you. As the situation is changing constantly, we thought it best to wait until we knew the details of the communication from the Government on 30 December 2020. [Read More]


    Following the government announcement yesterday and a communication from Hampshire County today, we are writing to confirm the arrangements for the first week of the spring term as follows: [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer This term has undoubtedly been one that we will never forget.  The most recent news about lateral testing, beginning in January, has taken us by surprise, however, please be assured that we will communicate the way in which this is carried out as soon as we know.  [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer   Further to my letter last week, I am writing to you regarding the last week of term, Monday 14 - Friday 18 December 2020. [Read More]


    I am increasingly concerned about the potential for Christmas to be ruined for you and your families if your child has to self-isolate due to close contact with a positive case in the last week of term. Whilst the measures we have on site are extensive and rigorously controlled, it is extremely difficult to socially distance from a pupil in lesson should a pupil come into school unwell. [Read More]


    Dear Parent/Carer I hope you and your families managed to have a reasonable break over half term, despite the poor weather and the recent announcement of a second lockdown. I thought that, in light of the lockdown decision, I would reiterate that Swanmore College will continue to function as usual. We are reviewing the most recent guidance against the measures we have in place already. [Read More]


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    The announcement we've all been waiting for... Swanmore Pentathlon 2020 results! A huge congratulations to everyone that took part, we were so impressed by the participation and effort level, well done. [Read More]


    The fantastic Year 6 PiXL summer programme, 'Be Awesome, Go Big!' is now available for Year 6 pupils to access, explore and begin. [Read More]


     I want to take this opportunity to update you about your child's GCSE exam results, to explain the process we have undertaken over the last few months and to give you information about how to collect the results on the 20th August 2020. [Read More]


    This Resilience Calendar gives daily actions to look after ourselves and each other as we continue to go through the struggles and uncertainties of this global crisis together. [Read More]