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  • Update to 2014 GCSE Results

    Published on Friday 30th January 2015

    As you may be aware in 2014 there were a number of changes to the GCSE exams system, making it significantly harder to achieve 5+ A* to C grades including English and Maths.  We are proud that the final results for our Y11 showed that 62% of the year group achieved 5+ A* to C including English and Maths.

    See our website article on the 2014 results for more details - click here

  • Y11 Languages Castleton Trip

    Published on Thursday 29th January 2015

    Due to the adverse weather conditions in Castleton, the Y11 Spanish/French GCSE Revision weekend there is cancelled. We are looking to rearrange for a future date.



  • Weather update 11:41am

    Published on Thursday 29th January 2015

    Due to the weather conditions pupils will be allowed to leave at 12.05pm, after P3. Pupils are to go straight home and take particular care on their journey.

    All parents have given instructions to the school about what their children should do in the event of a school closure.

    Pupils that have been told by their parents to remain in school must report the Hall at 12.05pm

    Lunch will be available for all students and staff in the Café Ole at 12.05.

    Pupils with any questions should go to the Hall at 12.05pm

  • Cyberbullying Awareness

    Published on Friday 23rd January 2015

    To highlight this issue and help protect our students, we will be showing 'Cyberbully' (a Channel 4 film) in the Y11 assembly next week. We feel it is important that parents also get the chance to watch ....

  • New Year - new language?

    Published on Friday 9th January 2015

    Our Spring term Adult Evening Language Classes start on Thursday 15th January 2015.  New starters are welcome to join one of the existing classes or begin one of the Eurotalk computer based courses.

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