We are determined that our students are able to achieve well and leave us as confident, compassionate and articulate individuals with the skills to support them through the rest of their lives.
We will engage students in learning. Our teachers strive to bring out the very best in the students with whom they work.
We believe the students’ voice should be heard and their ideas valued and respected. They should enjoy their time at school and this should be seen in their academic successes and in the way they conduct themselves in and out of school on a daily basis.
Our Sixth Form will help you widen your horizons and look further afield as you consider the next steps in your life. All students benefit from a unique enrichment programme, extended work placements, and University visits.
How much do you know about the job market & the opportunities open to your son/daughter when they leave school? As part of our annual World of Work Week, we would like to invite all parents/carers to an Employer Fair on Tuesday 17 March 3-4pm at school https://t.co/mx1d6lpgMY https://t.co/AjIC4B9jqT
Please refer to the letter on our website regarding the coronavirus and follow the links to the latest Public Health England advice. There's currently no cause for concern at the school. https://t.co/b3fba4N2mC
RT @MeadowheadPe: GCSE Boxing in the bag. The students put some great effort in and were fantastic with some quality matches at the end....
We hope you can take a moment to read this great article about our school and Sixth Form in the Sheffield Star online. https://t.co/OkLjCX0eV2 #futurefocussed #ambitious #broadandbalanced
A reminder for our Y7 parents that the online booking system for their Parents' Evening on Wednesday 11th March goes live at 6pm tonight and closes at midnight on Monday 9th March https://t.co/WXCAczYgUG
It's non-uniform day and money paid will go towards charities chosen by each year group. Our generous students have also been buying roses this week. Y10 were the most romantic year group, receiving the most roses! This raised £58.00 for the expedition to Morocco in 2021 https://t.co/ZEWPdgEoYB
In January, five of our Y13 budding journalists got the chance to have their mock interview at the Sheffield Star - the students found it a very positive and valuable experience and our thanks go to Nancy Fielder, Editor, for giving them this opportunity. https://t.co/ZFl4stv9xW
Happy Valentine's Day! A fun little video celebrating our love of reading... surely books are better than chocolate?! #HappyValentinesDay https://t.co/ed6qWXcqkh
Well played! https://t.co/474WOI43UM
Fantastic news for the Lowedges Community! The library is in the Community Centre on Gresley Road (near the main entrance to Greenhill Park). Opening today and then will be open 2pm-5pm each Wednesday and 10am-1pm each Thursday. Volunteers wanted: https://t.co/qMdurDdJPi https://t.co/lZPsO1HURq
World of Work Week 2020: we want you! Would you feel happy talking to young people about what you do? We are looking for volunteers from the world of work to come into school from 16-20 March 2020. Details on our website: https://t.co/NXJAADVOMP #careers #WOWW2020 https://t.co/tZvZE7kNjA
February is PRIDE month - we have displays in school, assemblies about why we celebrate LGBT History Month & activities in lessons such as learning about the inspirational story of Lyra Mkee. Money raised from the sale of LGBT+ ribbons will go to @SAYiTSheffield #PrideMonth https://t.co/nppncF5eDh