• Year 7 Parents Evening June 26th



 We know what the approach to the exam season feels like so we’ve collated a number

of excellent resources for GCSE students and put them in one handy leaflet.

There’s also a revision timetable on page 2 for after school sessions.

Hope you find it helpful.

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Y7 Parents Evening June 26th

Appointments can be
booked using our online booking system


from  Wed 23/5/18 until   Wed  20/6/18 

Link to the letter sent home including instructions

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Thursday, 07 June 2018 09:01

Sixth Form Senior Team Featured

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We are proud to announce the Sixth Form Senior Team for the coming year.

The senior team lead the 6th form prefects and collate prefect attendance.

They represent the school at a wide variety of events, including Open Evening, Opportunities Evening, open Mornings, Interviews, Carol Service, Guest visitors etc. 

They also organise a range of fund raising and charitable events e.g. Children in Need, Comic Relief, Cake Sales, Christmas Quiz, Teddy Bear’s Picnic for new Year 7 students.

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