Year 7 Information and Guidance

Dear Parents and Carers’,

Now your daughter is finally at Eltham Hill School, our final part of the transition process is our Year 7 welcome evening for families.

Please watch our presentation in preparation for our tutor live zoom meeting on Thursday 1st October, 5:30pm.



Dear Parents and Carers,

Hello and a very warm welcome from Eltham Hill School. I think it is safe to say this was not the transition we were all expecting, however, I am writing to reassure you that we have flexible plans in place to ensure your daughter/ward has a smooth, informative and exciting transition, despite the disruption caused by the Coronavirus.

Over the next three weeks we will be giving you information to help with transition to Eltham Hill.

All of the information will be posted on this website.

Welcome Letter

A day in life of an Eltham Hill Student

Transition Event via PowerPoint

A Year 6 Welcome Task

Please find a link on this page to an information booklet where you will find all the information you need for your start at Eltham Hill. Welcome Booklet 2020.​

We are awaiting updated government guidance before deciding whether we are able to run our year 6 taster day and summer school and will update you as soon as we have any further information.

Ms Sully
Head of Key Stage Three


Useful Transition Information and Links

Dear parents and carers, 

The attached document has transition information guides and support websites that may help you with your daughter’s/ward’s transition.

Many thanks

Ms Sully 

Transition Information Document


Hello Year 6 Students,

To help with your transition to Year 7 at Eltham Hill School we have made a video for you.  It tells you about a day in the life of an Eltham Hill student and will help you learn more about your new school.  We hope it will also remind you of your previous visits to see us.

Please remember that due to the partial school closure, there are not many students in the school, apart from our key worker students, so it is looking a little empty in the video!  We hope our short film will reassure you and help you get ready for your Year 7 adventures.

We are really excited about you starting with us and we will send you more details over the next few weeks.

You can view our video using this link.  

Ms Sully ​

Welcome to our Year 6 transition information webinar. Please click on the link below to view.


Dear Year 6

Please find a video that Hope in Year 7 has made for you. This video gives you lots of top tips about homework. We know homework is a big difference from primary school and lots of you worry about it, so we hope this will help ease your worries and you can start to get prepared ready for September. 


Year 6/7 Student Transition Booklet and Summer Project 

Dear Year 6 

Please find below a Year 6/7 summer transition booklet and “all about me summer project” that we would like you to complete. We have left some blank pages at the back of the booklet so you can use these pages for your project or you can create your own document – you may be as creative as you wish!

Please can you bring the booklet and summer project with you on your first day – Friday 4th September. 

A copy of the booklet will be sent home in the post and has been emailed home to your parents/guardian  

We hope you enjoy completing this booklet and helps you with your transition process. 

Ms Sully and Miss Jones 

Year 6/7 Student Transition Booklet and Summer Project 


English Reading Challenge and Reading List

Dear Year 6,

Please find attached an exciting reading task the English department would like you to complete over the summer. Ms. Cahill has provided you with an online book and some activities to go with it!


Ms Sully 

Transition Reading Challenge

Transition Reading List

The Book of Hopes Reading Challenge


Role of a Form Tutor

Dear Year 6 

We know there are lots of changes when you come to secondary school and one of them is a form tutor. Ms Pollard, one of our Year 7 form tutors, has made a video for you explaining what a form tutor is. 

Ms Sully