“We want every student to be the best they can be, thrive in the best possible career and contribute positively to society.”


We want to support our local community, by guiding our students to do what it takes for as long as it takes. By serving relevant local and global charities that align with our own community needs, we will not only strengthen community cohesion, but also instil positive and caring values with our students.

Community Links

We see opportunities for our school to collaborate with businesses, professional bodies, arts and cultural organisations, charities and voluntary organisations, colleges and universities. These organisations and groups will not only offer our young people the much needed social mobility but also help to improve the school and communities ability to share information and education.

 Parent Friendly Sessions

We need to support our parents/carers in their child’s success by working with them to enhance their own educational skills, and their expectations of their children. Although schooling is part of education, not all education takes place in school – families also play a big part in it, alongside schools.

Parent/Carer Gatherings

Please see flyer below which details the 23/24 parental gathering dates. 

We welcome you all as our Crown Hills family.

Refreshments are provided.

To see the PowerPoint from the Year 7 Parent Gathering on Monday 4th September please click here

To see the PowerPoint from the Year 7 Parent Gathering on Monday 4th September please click here

To see the PowerPoint from the Parent Gathering on Monday 11th September please click here

For information on how to support your child with reading please click here 

For information on how to support your child with Internet Safety please click here 

For information on how to support your child with motivation please click here 

For information on how to support your child with Revision please click here 


“We want our students to contribute positively to society, to be the best British citizens with a full appreciation and understanding of their local and global responsibilities, so that together we can ensure that the world becomes a better place.  

We want our pupils to take on the world and not just fit into it”.

We are developing partnerships with our local and global community so that we can offer students opportunities to give back to their communities.

We are supporting charities that are relevant to our community and ones that benefit the children and families we serve.

The Big Sleep Out

To read more about the Bridge Homelessness to Hope Charity Appeal please click here

Year 7

As part of our character education this group of Year 7’s went on a litter pick around the local community. It was fantastic to see their eagerness to positively impacting the environment. Before they set off on their litter pick they were asked to collect plastic bottle lids in a separate bag. Once they had collected these bottle lids they could melt them down with Miss Dexter in DT to make key rings! The students were involved in the process from start to finish. With the help of DT leaders, they had to cut up their bottle lids into small pieces so they were the right size to melt down. Once they were melted into one big piece they had to cut them into individual key ring sizes. Next came the filing to make sure they were nice and smooth. Lastly they made a hole in the top so they can thread a key ring through. Well done year 7!

Another group of Year 7’s went out on a litter pick around their community as part of their character education♻️ Members of the community were commending them on their good work, one lady from her front door!👏🏾

Year 8

Victims of War – Syria Toy Appeal, One Nation  

One Nation is a national charity organisation that responds to emergencies in countries where humanitarian support and assistance is required. They provide emergency food aid, clean water, medical aid, clothes and shelter. They deliver aid containers every month from various drop off points across the UK. They collect donations and deliver to the most-needy areas in Syria.

‘We envision a world in which access to food, clean water, education and shelter is a norm. The opportunity to live peacefully is offered to all without discrimination’.

Year 10 Food Bank Collection

Our Year 10 forms worked hard to collect donations for the local food bank. Wesley hall food bank provided us with a list of foods they needed the most and each form did a great job at bringing the donations into school. Year 10 volunteers then boxed the food up ready to be delivered.

Year 9 Food Bank Trip

4 Year 9 volunteers took the Year 10 donations to the food bank and sorted into bags to hand out to their community. The donations provided food for 175 families. The students were fantastic with the community members and took the whole experience in their stride!

Sleep Out for the Homeless

The purpose of this event is to give you the experience of what it is like to sleep out rough for one night in the cold and not have a bed to sleep in, or a roof over your heads. Sleeping out can be an everyday experience for some people, sometimes through no fault of their own they end up being homeless and living on the streets.

Sleeping out will help educate you on what it might be like for a homeless person. It will also assist you with gaining an understanding of your local responsibilities as well as providing an opportunity for you to contribute positively to society. The Bridge Homelessness to Hope is an outreach to the lost and lonely of Leicester, to the homeless and to those who just have nowhere to go and no one to turn to. They provide a number of services including a safe space for people to meet basic needs such as washing and drying clothes, showering, accessing WIFI and eating a hot meal. Case Workers are also on hand to advise guests on housing and benefit applications, and can reconnect them with a GP or Dentist as well as refer them to mental health and well-being
support. The Hub and the Community Café provide creative sessions and food to enable  guests to integrate with their local community and socialise with others in a warm and welcoming environment. With this support and access to a range of therapeutic and empowering services the guests are able to meet their own needs and have hope for a better future. For homeless people, not having access to every day essentials and services makes it difficult for them to sustain relationships, employment and be part of society We are asking our young people who participate in the Sleep Out to help our school and community to raise awareness of the appeal, so that The Bridge can continue to do the vital work they are doing in supporting the homeless .

Sleep Out Poster 2

Food Bank Collection


Principal's welcome

I am delighted to welcome you to the Crown Hills Community
website. In the top 12% of schools nationally, Crown Hills
blends a 70 year history of inclusive education with an
innovative, forward-looking approach to providing a state
education like no other to 1500 students from the
inner-city backgrounds.

On this website, you will find all that you need to know
about our college: its history, its values and its vision
for the future. Aspiration, Commitment and Success are our
core values that underpin everything that we do and you will
see that our success is down how these values inspire all
that we do.

Farhan Adam



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