GCSE Results Day is on 25th August from 11.30am – 1.30pm. Please come to School to collect your results
1st/2nd/5th September – INSET Days – School closed
6th September – Families Day
7th September – First day of term
We pride ourselves on placing our young people at the heart of all we do. We acknowledge the individual needs and attributes of each young person through, assessment, support and a bespoke approach to teaching and learning. Individual and personalised learning pathways are designed to increase our students’ chances of success and to prepare them – Providing the Skills for Mastery for their onward destinations onto further studies, training or employment. We actively support and promote all aspects of student success. Our Pride Values set out our framework for positive behaviour and high expectations for students and staff: perseverance, respect, integrity, diversity and equality – PRIDE. We see strong relationships as key to our success – with students, parents, carers, our local schools and our wider community. We value the rapport we have with families, carers and welcome their support, but also realise they will need our support too. We will continue to work closely with our other stakeholders and schools to ensure we do all we can, to be the best we can possibly be.
Together, we can do great things!
Paul Chambers - Principal
We aim for our young people to lead a happy and holistically prosperous life by developing the skills for them to move successfully along their life journeys. This includes academic outcomes that reflect the best of their abilities, being able to sustain relationships and employment and maintain healthy households.
Thank you, and God bless you for all the work you have done with my son. It feels like I have my son back.
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