Year 7

The first year in secondary school can be a daunting experience. Learn about what we do to help your child grow and settle into life at the school.

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Year 8

The curriculum in Year 8 offers a broad and balanced education, consolidating the work from Year 7 and providing, as part of Key Stage 3, the essential foundations for the skills/attitude to learning.

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Year 9

In Year 9 your son/daughter will start or choose the subjects that he/she will study on into Year 10 and Year 11. In Year 9 students develop even more of the skills/attitudes for learning at GCSE level.

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Year 10

Preparation begins for your GCSE courses. Work Experience gets you ready for life beyond school. The Summer Term Mocks session gives you a taste of things to come in Year 11. Many of you will successfully apply to become Prefects in Year 11.

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Year 11

The final year! This is the year you consolidate all the skills and knowledge you have developed over the last 4 years and focus on achieving your very best. Mock exams take place in November and February/March. Intensive study and revision workshops, holiday masterclasses and drop-down days focused on core subjects will ensure you have every opportunity to achieve. Finally... The Leaver's Prom.

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Notice to parents/carers

Recent Government announcements about secondary Schools and the Coronavirus

Dear Parent / Carer,

I am sure you will have heard the news that the government has asked schools to begin some face to face support with Year 10 and Year 12 students at some point after half term.

We want all of our students to be back in school as soon as it is as safe as possible to do so.  We are ambitious for our students and want to support them in achieving their goals; however, this ambition must not compromise the safety of our students and staff.

Senior Leaders across The Two Counties Trust, including the Headteacher from this school, met yesterday to agree a way forward. We agreed that we will review how we continue to educate our students in Years 10 and 12 when we have further clarity from the government on key issues of health and safety. We will carry out the necessary risk assessments in order to minimise the risk to both students and staff and then when we are satisfied that we can put steps in place we will consider what we might be able to safely offer in school. We will, of course, consult with parents too.

Clearly we will follow government advice and also respond to any possible future issues surrounding the continuous spread of the coronavirus between now and June.

We will update this page as soon as we have further information. Mr Vasey - Chief Executive Officer



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