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For enquiries regarding our Admissions criteria please see the Our School section of this website or contact Mrs Stacy Walker (Admissions Officer) at school on 01782 882900
We believe that education is a partnership between home and school; as such we operate an open door policy and encourage parents to discuss their son/daughters progress with us. Each Student receives two Progress Reviews and one full school report annually. In addition we operate an annual parents evening and parent information evening for each year. There is also an active parent forum which operates as a communication bridge between school and parents.
The Pastoral system has a Head of Key Stage 3 and Head of Key Stage 4, designated Heads of Year for each year and a Student Support Officer for each year group. Mrs Stubbs (Assistant Headteacher) leads the pastoral team which is structured as follows:
|Head of Key Stage 3||Mrs Staton|
|HOY 7||Miss Nuttall||Student Support Yr. 7 - Mrs Britton|
|HOY 8||Mr Millington||Student Support Yr. 8 - Mrs Stacey|
|HOY 9||Mrs Powell||Student Support Yr. 9 - Mrs Martin|
|Head of Key Stage 4||Miss Whitemore|
|HOY 10||Mrs Richards||Student Support KS4 – Mr Dale|
|HOY 11||Mr Harvey||Student Support KS4 – Mr Dale|
These staff are supported by Mr Halkett our Assissi Manager and Mr Thompson our Removal Manager. In the first instance the Student Support Officer for your child’s key stage should be contacted should you have any concerns.
The first point of contact for parents would normally be the child’s tutor. However more urgent concerns should be raised initially with the Student Support or Head of Year for your child. Our student Support workers do not teach and are dedicated to the welfare of the students in their year group. More serious concerns may be raised with either Mrs Staton or Miss Whitemore or Mrs Stubbs who is the member of the Senior Leadership team responsible for the pastoral system.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about our school.
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of our school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
By sharing your views, you’ll be helping us to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about our school.
To register, please follow this link to the Ofsted page.