It was fantastic to see so many students and their parents at the Sixth Form Open Evening Wednesday, and we look forward to welcoming the new Year 12 cohort in September. However, if you weren’t able to attend the evening, but would like further information about our Sixth Form and what we can offer, please […]
Category Archives: Notices
Dear Parents, We finished last year with some of our best ever attendance results for an Autumn Term of 95%. We have made massive strides over the past 12 months through targeted work with young people and their families. As we move forward, we wish to improve on this further and as such we have […]
These procedures will help us to determine a course of action should we experience a situation, including adverse weather, that results in a full school closure before the school day or a gradual school closure during the school day: School Closure Procedure 2018-19
View this term’s timetable of extra-curricular activities: Extra Curricular Timetable (Spring 2019) View the programme to see the wealth of exciting opportunities on offer: Extra Curricular Programme (Spring 2019) Make the most of break times – try something new!
We have a new convenient way to share information with you about your child’s school life. A new SIMS Parent App will give easy access to important school information. Download and follow these instruction to get started: SIMS Parent App Guide What you will find in the SIMS Parent app: Essential information such as achievement, […]
Following the success of our previous trips, the Geography Department are organising a trip to Iceland in October 2019 for current Year 9-12 students, including swimming in geothermal lakes and hiking on glaciers. Letters are now available from your teacher or the Humanities base.
The DFE now releases unchecked Key Stage 4 data in October in order to try and help parents judge the performance of schools based on its Progress 8 measure. How a school does on this measure is not always dependent on the results of individual students across their subjects but often on how well they […]