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Welcome to Chilwell School

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Year nine

Year nine return to complete their final year of key stage three, a year in which they will be challenged and supported to make their option choices for GSCE. We have high expectations of this year group, and know they will continue to work hard with commitment and dedication. The experienced tutor team will ensure that they receive the information, advice and guidance to make informed choices which will help them pursue their ambitions.

The tutor team

Mr A Widdowson

Year leader

Mr J Skelton

Form tutor 9JSK

Mr T Hunt

Form tutor 9THU

Mrs C Aliwell

Form tutor 9CHA

Miss J Holyoak

Form tutor 9JHH

Miss A Wright

Form tutor 9JKA

Dr V Stuettgen

Form tutor 9VST

Your child’s form tutor should be your first point of contact for any help, concerns or information. Form tutors can be contacted vie email, but please remember that all our form tutor teach during the school day so may not respond immediately. If you have an issue of a more urgent nature please contact main school reception on 0115 9252698.

Tutor time

All pupils attend tutor time each morning with their form tutor, this is an important part of the school day as the register is taken and any notices and letters are given out.

In addition, each day will have a specific activity or focus designed to set out expectations for the day ahead.


Planner check/uniform check


Literacy and numeracy support


ICT suites

Reading support




Current affairs

On Thursdays, pupils should line up for assembly in the main school quad where they will be registered by their form tutor. Assembly is led by the year leader, with presentations from the senior leadership team, faculty leaders and outside visitors.


Personal, social, health and citizenship education (PSHCE) is delivered by form tutor during period four on Wednesday. The programme of study is carefully designed to support pupils' developmental needs and the issues they will face.

The PSHCE Programme for year nine will include:

  • Relationships
  • Sexual health
  • Body image
  • Alcohol and drugs education
  • The environment
  • Government and politics

This programme is also supported through three discovery days.

Pupil voice

Pupil voice is very important at Chilwell School. It is an opportunity for pupils to give their views and opinions regarding school life. In recent years feedback from pupil voice has helped design our new school uniform, change the menu in the canteen and expand the offer in activities week.

Each tutor group in year nine will elect two representatives who will attend year council meeting with the year leader. These pupils will be responsible for expressing the views of the pupils in their tutor group and giving feedback following the meeting.


Please click here to link to our specific options section for year nine.

**PLEASE NOTE** Calls may be monitored or recorded for training and quality purposes.