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  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Nonsuch Design & Technology - 15th Jul 2021
    Here are some more photos from the Y10 practise NEA, well done to all students for their hard work and determination this year 👏🏻 https://t.co/F6evf4ymsW
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Nonsuch Design & Technology - 12th Jul 2021
    7Ch started the Tokyo Olympic torch relay in the quad this afternoon. Check out their fantastic upcycled torch models 🏅🇯🇵 https://t.co/0wVr6SMgeA
  • @NonsuchHSG - 9th Jul 2021
    Our Virtual Open Day is now live on our website: https://t.co/5AqGo83NaH. Come and take a look! https://t.co/fCfs4Nj8y6
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Nonsuch Design & Technology - 7th Jul 2021
    CONGRATULATIONS to all the teams who took part in this years challenge Congratulations to our very own for winning the FTCUK Motivate Award! Go team Nonsuch! A special thank you goes out to our mentor https://t.co/Bx4OrYVnYh
  • @NonsuchHSG - 5th Jul 2021
    This week Nonsuch is celebrating multicultural week. Today students and staff have been invited to wear authentic clothing of their heritage, or colours of their flag or House. https://t.co/LIKIhC7qKR
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Jen Smith - 2nd Jul 2021
    Look who I bumped into ⁦⁦⁦⁩ - must be https://t.co/N1Gpw9mOc6
  • @NonsuchHSG - 2nd Jul 2021
    Sports Day 2021 https://t.co/lnwitWck69
  • @NonsuchHSG - 25th Jun 2021
    A group of 6 Nonsuch students have been working as curators on an exhibition with Whitehall in Cheam. The project entitled 10 Things I Can’t Live Without has seen our students working hard over the last 18 months. The exhibition at Whitehall will run until 24 July https://t.co/BEEMGHVdOr
  • @NonsuchHSG - 25th Jun 2021
    Congratulations to 5 students in Year 8 who have competed and won the Green Skills Challenge. The students will take part in one-of-a-kind social media takeover during the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow this November. https://t.co/viWF3Yd1WA
  • @NonsuchHSG - 25th Jun 2021
    Students from Year 8 to10 represented Nonsuch as Ballgirls last week. They all did a fantastic job throughout the week which was reflection on how well the crew worked together given the number of training sessions lost when the schools were closed. https://t.co/A5lex2pQ9X
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted The Big Bang - 25th Jun 2021
    Congratulations to the team from for being Highly Commended in the Challenge 2021 - well done! https://t.co/5W4K4qsVsI
  • NonsuchHSG Retweeted Nonsuch Design & Technology - 25th Jun 2021
    CONGRATULATIONS TEAM NONSUCH and to all the other schools who took part this year! Thank you https://t.co/alKtsOczbe

Statement regarding the student LGBTQ newsletter

We are writing in light of recent media coverage in response to a student newsletter on the topic of LGBTQ+ issues that was sent out to all students.

The school has had a support club for students for many years to create a safe space for students who may have questions regarding these issues.  In lieu of the support group in Covid times, some students produced a newsletter.   It is the usual practice for such newsletters to be checked and vetted before being sent out to students and in this case that did not happen.

We apologise for the considerable alarm caused by content that was not contextualised nor in keeping with our RSE programme.  We wish to assure parents that we have reviewed and strengthened our checks and balances to vet all internal and external communications to ensure the safety of our students and the appropriateness of all school communications.

We will be inviting parents to join us in focussed discussions around RSE and sexism and will send out further communications regarding this.

We aim to create a safe space for relationships education and our approach is shared on our website.  This does not mean that we promote any particular lifestyle but we aim to educate in a non- judgmental way. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/relationships-education-relationships-and-sex-education-rse-and-health-education

Our RSE policy and PSHE overview as published on our website sets out at what key stage different aspects of relationships education is delivered to within the school.

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In working with the students who put the newsletter together we have been discussing how we ensure we are working within clear boundaries whilst avoiding putting up barriers that may inhibit young people from seeking advice safely.  We are taking steps to doubly ensure that all understand our communications processes and protocols.

We would encourage our parents/carers where they have any concerns going forward to raise them with the school directly so we may address them responsibly.