Year 11 GCSE Results 2015 Summary Nos 8 A-C 88   Nos 8 A-G 175 % 8 A-C 47.3%   % 8 A-G 94.1% GCSE Results 2014-15 43.9%   GCSE Results 2014-15 93.3%           Nos 8 A-C Inc E&M 87   Nos 8 A-G Inc E&M…
08.30 Registration08.45 Lesson 109.45 Lesson 210.45 Break11.10 Lesson 312.10 Lunch12.50 Lesson 413.50 Lesson 514.50 School closes
  Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development Under section 78 of the Education Act (2002) the Academy is required by law to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society. More recently, the Government has issued guidance for schools and academies…
  Principles We are committed to the inclusion of all students. Every individual is valued and their achievements celebrated. We support the entitlement of all students to a broad and balanced curriculum. Each student is helped to achieve their maximum potential by identifying and meeting their needs and by overcoming…
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What is the Pupil Premium? Every school and academy has a duty to ensure that all students are given the best possible chance of achieving their full potential. The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools so that they can support disadvantaged students and close the attainment gap between…
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Number of Students on Roll: Year  Males Females  Total  Year 7 126 129 255 Year 8 122 119 241 Year 9 129 111 240 Year 10 119 117 236 Year 11 114 95 209 Totals 610 571 1181
The aim of this policy is to set out what charges will be levied for activities, what remissions will be implemented and the circumstances under which voluntary contributions will be requested from parents. Click Here to view or download the most recent Charging and Remissions Policy
We believe that students need a safe, secure and ordered environment in which to achieve their full potential, both academically and socially. We aim to create this environment by having a clear structure of expectations in which students can work and learn and others can teach. Supporting this structure is…
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