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"Students take their learning very seriously. They believe everybody has the right to learn, and they manage their own behaviour, and that of others. Students recognise the positive contribution learning and good behaviour has to their school and adult life and work.
Students display excellent attitudes to learning. They behave exceptionally well around the school. They show high levels of respect and courtesy towards each other and to their teachers and other staff. There is an exceptionally positive learning atmosphere throughout the school."
Ofsted 2013

Remote Desktop

At present only Windows Client computers can connect to the RDS (Remote Desktop Services) Server.
 The Windows Client Computer must be running Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10.
 Alternative Browsers are now supported : Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari (full product only) and Opera
 You must have an active internet connection of a reasonable speed.

For more information, follow this link.

Remote Access

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Land Based Science resource for Year 10

Sports Fixtures

The week beginning Monday 7th April is a big one for sports fixtures.

Monday 7th April: Year 10 vs Year 11 Football Season Finale
Tuesday 8th April: Year 8 vs Year 9 Football Season Finale
Wednesday 9th April: U16 Football vs Whitecross (this is your final game ever!!!!)
Wednesday Lunch time: KS4 interhouse table tennis competition. Sign up on sheet in PE corridor before Friday as Mr Lloyd needs to sort the fixtures out in advance
Thursday 10th April: Year 7 interhouse football. Sign up in PE corridor
Friday 11th April: Lunch time: KS4 interhouse table tennis competition. Sign up on sheet in PE corridor before Friday (to sort the fixtures out in advance)

Practices and Clubs

After School
Yr10 Cricket (Nets) OL
Yr10 Cricket (Nets) OL
Girls Rounders (all) EEF/SAW
Yr7 Cricket (Nets) OL
Girls Badminton (SAW)
Yr7 Cricket (Nets) OL
Yr8 Cricket (Nets) OL
Girls Trampolining (SAW)
Yr8 Cricket (Nets) OL
Yr9 Cricket (Nets) OL
Athletics OL/EEF/SAW
Table Tennis (OL)
Girls Gym and Dance (SAW)


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GCSE Timetable Summer 2014

The vital dates for GCSE are available from this link, with an option to download and print out a copy.
Students should ensure they familiarise themselves very carefully with these dates and times both to avoid panic on the day and also to enable a systematic revision plan.
Attention is drawn to the fact that the official leaving date is after Friday June 27th, so no holidays or jobs can be started until then.

Hormones - an Animation by Jasper Craib

Hormones playing havoc? What are they? Check this animation and much will be revealed!



Yes, on the school Website!!!!

Former student Chris Senft contributed a game of devilish cunning to defeat the evil invaders - and at the same time to improve your mastery of adjectives. Try it out for yourself here.

Think U Know???...

The Internet is without doubt a revolutionary means of communication and source of information. We encourage you to use it widely but we are also very keen to ensure you are aware of the dangers of giving away information about yourself to the stalking online predators who exist to prey on vulnerable and often naive Internet users. You are guided in school by teachers and the website Think U Know? is an excellent source of information and reassurance about online activity. Please visit it and show your parents this page which will explain a lot to them too.


Local Weather Forecast

This is probably the most up-to-date place to help you plan those outdoor activities, especially as the weather is rather strange...

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