Introduction

At Forest we learn respect for each other, develop our community spirit and grow in self-confidence.

 
We believe that it is important to develop our pupils’ sense of community to help them take a positive and proactive place in society; it is equally important that as a school we share our expertise and resources, as well as a common sense of purpose, with our local community. 

We therefore place a strong emphasis on building close ties with our key stakeholders and playing a full and active role in the community.  Our pupils are involved in many community initiatives and projects, as well as fundraising for local charities and good causes.  

Our Community Outreach programme focuses on intergenerational projects such as our Silver Surfers IT course and Misterchef cooking course, where our pupils assist older members of the community to develop their IT and cooking skills. 

A strong emphasis is also placed on building relationships with local businesses and business professionals who regularly support our enrichment programme and curriculum teaching.  This vital link offers a unique opportunity for pupils develop their work life skills, whilst also developing their confidence in a business environment.

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  • 27 November 2020 Ever wondered what goes into toothpaste? This week in STEM club we looked at the ingredients in a toothpaste, and what each ingredient does. We then imagined we were stranded on a desert island, and needed to make our own toothpaste. To join next week contact Dr England Read more
  • 26 November 2020 Would you like to find out more about Science at the Forest School? Please have a look at our website on the Curriculum page here: Read more Read more
  • 26 November 2020 Interested in working in medicine? There are two interesting talks coming up at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School especially for people like you! Read more
  • 24 November 2020 English- Year 11 students engaging in a role play, in the courtroom of Judge Judy prosecuting characters from the play DNA. All students were taking part and they clearly enjoyed this lesson! Read more
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