As year 11 students approach the exam season they can view the Easter Intervention timetable and GCSE Exam timetable from our GCSE Success page. There are also helpful revision hints including access to the Science past papers on the Edmodo site.
Update: 12.15pm Thursday 23 March
After consulting with Transport for London, the theatre and the coach company we are advised that following the events of yesterday, the security cordon in London will be lifted today. The Year 10 and 11 trip to see ‘An Inspector Calls’ will therefore go ahead as planned on Friday 24 March. Students on the trip will bring a letter home with them this evening with final arrangements for the trip.
Thank you to all of the parents and carers who attended the year 8 Options Evening tonight. The Gym was certainly very busy as students discussed the option subjects with the teachers.
If you need further information please visit our Key Stage 4 Options page..>>
Year 8 Options Evening – Thursday 16th March, 5.30pm – 7pm.
All parents and carers of year 8 students are invited to attend the Options evening to learn more about the next key phase in year 8 students education and the start of their GCSE studies. Their key stage 4 experience will commence in year 9 in order to give them three years to complete their GCSE’s or equivalent qualifications. As a school we believe this allows for a more focussed learning experience in Year 9. The majority of pupils will not sit their GCSE’s (or equivalent qualifications) until they are in Year 11.
At the Options Evening on Thursday 16th March we aim to:
- Look at the learning pathways for current Year 8 students as they prepare to move into Year 9, with particular reference to GCSE’s.
- Inform you of the effect the changes in 14-19 education will have on students’ curriculum opportunities.
- Encourage you and your child to start thinking about the options available at Key Stage 4 and the opportunities for progression and learning beyond this.
We would urge parents and carers to make every effort to attend this evening which is highly important to their child’s future learning. The evening will commence with a presentation in the hall at 5:30pm followed by a chance to talk to staff about the options available across the curriculum.
As part of our internal Quality Work we would like to ask you to complete this questionnaire…>>
We hope that you will answer the questions openly and honestly, so that together, we can continually improve and develop the quality of education in the school. If you would like to leave any additional information you can do so in the open text box at the end of the questionnaire.
The survey will close May 19th.
Due to the high winds and concerns about student and parent safety the decision has been made to cancel tonight’s Parents Evening.