This section is designed to provide parents with up-to-date information about all aspects of school life.
We endeavour to communicate regularly and effectively with families so please visit the Parent Bulletin page for the most recent information for parents.
May 22nd 2020
Update from the Principal: Click here
Year 10 & Year 12 Parents
We are planning for some teaching of our core academic GCSE subjects and most Y12 courses in school the week commencing 15 June, to enable us to plan and assess staffing for this, please complete the very brief survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6QDKM2W
All Year Groups
In order to improve our service to you across all years, we would like to know what technology you are using at home to access our online learning (if any). It would be really useful if you could all complete our survey by using the following link:
In response to staff and student survey results we have decided as an Academy to make some changes based on your feedback to help support your child’s learning at home. The changes will take effect from Monday 11th May. Students will follow a timetable where they will spend 3-4 hours a day completing work on the subjects listed on that day. Teachers will all upload the work the night before to ensure you can start first thing in the morning, if you want too. This will help students plan for their day, and will help you know what work they should be completing. Timetables are listed on the attachment below. Any questions please contact your child’s Head of Year.
Year 11 - A PARENT GUIDE
Here you can access a useful guide about helping to prepare a young person for the future - Click Here to access the guide
Our New BeReady Platform
We are excited to let you know that we have just started using BeReady, a fantastic new platform designed to make sure all students are given the opportunity to fulfil their true potential. Click here to find out more.
Covid-19 school support resources Summary for Parents
In response to the unprecedented closure of schools to most pupils, the EEF has produced a set of resources for parents to support effective home learning. These are all based on the evidence-based recommendations in the EEF’s guidance reports. These resources outline straightforward ways in which you can identify learning opportunities in everyday routines and build them into your home life. There is also guidance for supporting your child’s behavioural, emotional and social needs at this time. You can access these resources by clicking below.