‘The Hive’ is a separate building on the Meadow Lane schools campus and was originally our caretaker's house. The school received a grant from North West Leicestershire council in order to renovate the building.
The building has now been renovated into a community centre for current students, parents and the surrounding communities.
Castle Rock High School have been in talks with many agencies; the local police, Go Learn providers, Voluntary Action Leicestershire and the local IMPACT team who are going to be leading courses/workshops for the local community at ‘The Hive’, which you can see listed below.
The building is also used by our Care and Guidance Team and our Mental Health Lead Practitioner as a meeting place to chat with parents and outside agencies, by our students for masterclasses, outdoor learning and extra curricular activities and by our staff as a CPD hub.
Community Events - 2017-18
Parental Engagement drop in afternoons starting Thursday 2nd November from 2pm-3:30pm:
Come along to the Hive every other Thursday to meet with our Lead Practitioner for Care and Guidance and discuss any behaviour concerns, or anything related to the school or your child. Individual meeting rooms are available for confidentiality. From this, should you wish to book a longer appointment this can be arranged for the following Thursday.
Parental Engagement appointments starting Thursday 9th November from 2pm-3:30pm:
Bookable appointments are available every other Thursday, to meet with our Lead Practitioner for Care and Guidance and discuss any concerns or questions you have regarding your child. To book a private appointment, please contact the school office on 01530 834368 and ask for Mrs Pell. Alternatively, please email the school office.
Bridge to Work- Employer Engagement evening, Thursday 9th November from 4pm-6pm:
A chance for you and your child to explore a range of further education and internship opportunities and to also meet with a variety of employers to develop knowledge of possible career paths for you and your child.
Find out what opportunities are available for you and your family in your local area - Thursday 16th November from 2pm-4pm:
Lisa Manley, your local area coordinator for Coalville, is here to help you find out about what’s happening in Coalville and get the right help from services. For a friendly chat and a free cuppa come along anytime from 2pm.
“How to support your child with Literacy” drop in session ‘Love Literacy’ - 23rd November from 2pm-4pm:
Drop into the Hive for an informal ‘literacy’ session where you can meet with our English specialists and focus on any aspect of literacy you feel you or your child would like support with. You will also receive a variety of free resources to take home and use with your child. A fantastic opportunity for you to experience how your child is taught literacy and learn how you are able to support them further at home whilst developing your own skills.
‘Cuppa with a Copper’ Sessions:
This is your chance to meet and talk to local beat officers in your area about any concerns or things you would like to see happen/change in your community. Please check our twitter page and website for monthly meeting dates and times.
Neighbourhood Action Group meetings every 4 weeks:
The next session will be Thursday 2nd of November from 1pm. Please check our twitter page and website for more information.
We do hope that you will make use of our new facility. If you would like to suggest any courses or activities that you would like to see running at ‘The Hive’ please contact Mrs A Kinder at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the school on 01530 834368. ‘The Hive’ is situated next to Forest Way School. Please use the Forest Way School entrance off Warren Hills Road. Parking is available outside of the building.