Teachers’ higher expectations have a positive impact on the progress of pupils across the curriculum (Ofsted 2019)

Pupils are well prepared for their next stage of education, employment and training (Ofsted 2019)

The guidance and support provided for pupils, particularly for their emotional health and well-being, are of the highest quality (Ofsted 2019)

Pupils from a wide geographic area and different backgrounds come together well (Ofsted 2019)

Pupils participate in a wide range of extra-curricular activities and enjoy the many opportunities to develop their leadership skills and support the local community (Ofsted 2019)

Recent News and Events

Rafts Without Rifts

Our Service Family students had an adventurous Monday afternoon at Talkin Adventures, building and sailing rafts on the tarn. Working in teams, the pupils were challenged to build a raft and learn to paddle it on the water, without falling in. Clearly, they had lots of fun! One or two ended up in the water…

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Musicians Play in Spain

51 of our musicians had an incredible trip to Spain during the first week of the Easter holidays. As well as giving fantastic performances at Poble Espanol and Loret de Mar, their packed itinerary included visits to Barcelona (Las Ramblas and La Boqueria Market), a visit to the beautiful medieval walled town of Girona and…

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