Welcome Back
John Eddy

Welcome back to school! We want to reassure you that our teaching staff are co-ordinating lessons which will be supportive, engaging and challenging. We are aware that each family and their experience of lockdown will have been very different. Our goal is to welcome, reassure and encourage students so that they remember the fun things about school and remember the joy of acquiring new skills.
Please see the latest letter to parents which outlines the safety measures we have put in place. One of main the points to note is that the wearing of face masks in communal areas around the school site will be at the discretion of the individual student or member of staff. As with all of the guidance, we will continue to review this. 
Mr J Eddy, Head Teacher.

Yr 7 Students of Week

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They have all made a fantastic start and were the top merit scorers for their tutor groups!

Mylie, Hayley, Leo, Chiesa, Shafna, Max, Owen, Patricia and Ella. 

Yr 8 Students of Week

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Mason, Megan, Ashton, Kiera, Kloe, Tink and Katelyn

for an excellent week.
Well done to all!

Yr 9 Students of Week


Oliver – for positive work ethic and being a buddy to our new student.
Emma – for her resilience and effort in school.


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Thank You

Thank you very much to all of you wonderful people who have given items or money for students at our school who are the most vulnerable during this difficult time. Thanks to Aldi, which gave us the tins of hotdog and crisps.



Health and Well Being

Open 24 hours a day, seven-days a week, Mindline is open to people of all ages who need urgent mental health support. The helpline is the first port of call for mental health help – it is operated by people in your local area who will know how best to support you.

01823 276892

Health and Wellbeing Help for CYP Families

Year 7 Transition


For Year 7s joining us in September 2020, information about transition can be found here 

Head's Message


Those of you who have either been directly affected by Covid-19, have seen relatives go through it, or have been one of the NHS staff caring for people, will know that this can be a dreadful disease. Despite all of these measures, they will only be effective if everyone works together. If a student displays symptoms of Covid 19 then please notify the school and DO NOT send them into school. If a student displays any symptoms during their time in school, then they will be isolated in an identified area and parents/carers will be contacted immediately to collect the student. Please follow the government guidance with regard to quarantine periods and testing.

When planning our response to this national situation, I have considered if I would be happy for my children to return in these circumstances and I would be. No approach is ever risk free, but I hope that this will sensibly mix the need for safety with the ability to return to teaching and learning which all our children deserve.

Mr J Eddy

September 2020



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