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Looking forward to welcoming prospective Year 12 students and parents at our Sixth Form open evening on Wednesday 18th October.

Autumn Reading List 2017

With the leaves turning  and falling, why don’t you turn the leaves of a good book and fall into it?  Give yourself a treat of pure escapism and delve into one of the adventures waiting for you.  Here are a selection of new titles for Autumn which will keep you busy as the days get…

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Maths Department Chocolate Challenge

During the recent school open evenings, prospective students and their parents were challenged to identify popular chocolate bar wrappers from bar charts showing the percentage of each colour printed on the wrapper. Both parents and children were excited by this challenge and have been so intrigued they’ve asked us to publish the answers online. So for…

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GCSE Results 2017 (Provisional)

Progress 8 +0.25 (provisional) Average Attainment 8 grade 4.8 Percentage of students gaining a strong pass in both Maths and English 41% Percentage of students gaining a standard pass in both Maths and English 61% Percentage of year 11 taking Ebacc 24% Percentage of year 11 gaining a strong pass in Ebacc (Maths and English…

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Looking forward to welcoming prospective parents and pupils at our open evenings and open mornings.

For those moments of escape this summer…take a book… Click here for a suggested reading list for this summer.

Visit to Somerville College, Oxford

Mr Hardy and Miss Wood took three students to Somerville College in Oxford for a day trip. The students had a tour of the college, a chance to watch a mock interview, a talk on admissions and advice on how to make the transition to university life… and a free lunch! They also had an opportunity…

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Business Languages Champions at Wolverhampton University

On Friday 19th of May, nine Year 9 Spanish students took part in a very popular event across the West Midlands. The students took part in a taster session in Japanese and had a motivational talk by Peter Spencer, Director CBM Associate Consulting Ltd.

Kick Boxing Club

A free Kick Boxing Club, open to all students, will run on Fridays after school 3.30pm – 4.30pm in the lower gym (starting from 19th May).  Students just need to bring their PE kit and turn up – they can bring a friend along as well! Two coaches from a local boxing club are running…

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New York 2017

A group of students and staff spent the beginning of the Easter holidays in the USA.  After a long day of anticipation, travel and jet lag the group were straight into their experience, going up the Empire State Building and seeing the sights in the daylight and at sunset. The weather was glorious throughout the…

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Year 7 Football Cup Final

On Wednesday 5th April 2017, our Year 7 football team went to the neutral ground of Haybridge to battle it out against our closest rivals Earls in a very competitive cup final. We had been unbeaten all season and were confident we would bring back the trophy. The game started very evenly with both sides…

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