Whilst we know that the best way for you to truly get to know Our Lady of Sion is to visit us, we hope that this virtual experience will give you a flavour of what to expect.
I would be delighted to speak to any parent either by phone or video-call. We may also be able to arrange a visit at a mutually convenient time.
Please contact our Admissions Registrar, Mrs Karen Eley (01903 228638 or email@example.com) to arrange a call or visit and she will be able to answer any other questions you may have.
If you would like to be notified of any future Open Days, please register your interest by completing our Open Day Booking Form.
I look forward to meeting you, either via a call or in person, very soon.
Whilst our regular entry points are Nursery, Reception, Senior School (Year 7) and Sixth Form (Year12), we are delighted to accept registrations for other year groups where places are available.
We do not currently have any Open Days scheduled and our tours are limited, however Mr Jeffery, the Acting Head, is delighted to ‘meet’ parents virtually at any time and a tour can be arranged when restrictions allow. Please get in touch with Mrs Eley, our Admissions Registrar/Heads PA. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Jeffery, the Acting Head, would be delighted to speak to any parents over the telephone, or via video call. Please contact Mrs Karen Eley, the Head’s PA/Admissions Registrar, to arrange a call. (01903 228638 or email@example.com)
Yes, we are accepting registrations for year groups where there are spaces available. Please liaise with Mrs Eley who will be able to send you a registration form. It can also be found here:
Mrs Eley will be able to discuss with you arrangements for any interview or entrance exam as per the entry requirements for the year group your child is entering.
Under normal circumstances we have a number of routes available. These can be found: https://www.sionschool.org.uk/school-life/school-bus-transport-service/
Government guidelines will be followed.
We are a Catholic Foundation School which means that our school grew out of the vision of the Ratisbonne brothers in 1862. Although our Founders came from a Catholic faith, their focus for Sion students was to ensure that all children of all faiths (and none) would proactively learn to live in harmony with one another through understanding and dialogue.
Since the beginning of the early lockdown period, we were able to offer all our students remote learning which has been via a variety of different platforms.
In the Junior School, we use SeeSaw and Tapestry, and in the Senior School we use Microsoft Teams as a pastoral platform and Google Classroom for teaching. All platforms enabled us to maximise the learning in this period with a mix of collaborative work and online resources.
These resources are in place should the occasion arise and we are easily able to adopt our online teaching whenever the situation occurs. The experience has enabled teaching staff to develop online learning as a useful pedagogic tool.