As we approach the GCSE examinations which being in May, it is vital that students organise their time and revise effectively to be as prepared as they can be to achieve the best grade. With this in mind, the English department have created a countdown calendar, which includes a revision task for students to undertake everyday between 1st March and the beginning of the exams in May.

Advice for parents on Youtube, TikTok and other apps and platforms.

Downloads for Year 11 students studying for mocks.

Dear Parent,

As part of our work  in careers we gave teamed up with an organisation called Sevice 4 Schools who have been working with Year 12 students on their employability skills.

The Year 8 Options Evening has been postponed due to the potential snow/ice which is forecast. The evening will now take place on Thursday 7 February 2018.

Thank you to everyone who attended Presentation Evening 2018! Please find below a selection of photos from the evening.

During the summer, Year 8 student Aimee travelled to Barcelona in Spain to compete in the Dance World Cup.

Thursday last, September 20th, saw us throw our doors open to prospective students and their parents/carers. From 5.00 - 8.00pm we saw a steady stream of visitors from a wide variety of primary schools, all interested to see what we could offer as a Catholic school with a solid reputation for spiritual, pastoral and academic care and direction. Enclosed are a variety of pictures taken by Mr Barratt during the evening. We hope you enjoy them.

It has given me great pleasure to present the students listed with a Headteacher’s Award for the following reasons:

Find out about our upcoming Sixth Form Open Evenings.