Q. Where can I find subject specific resources, video tutorials and revision guides?

A. Simply access the Subject Resources to find our subject sections. These are updated regularly and help parents and students find the best resources and videos to support learning.

Q. What is 'Enrichment?'

A. Our comprehensive Enrichment Calendar refers to the wide range of clubs, activities and extra sessions that are available to all our students every night of the week. If you are looking specifically for sports activities, we have this to help you and your child discover the opportunities on offer.

Q. How can I find out key information about student support and safeguarding?

A. Access the Student Support section to find information about key people in our school's student support structure

Q. How do I find out about enrichment and after school activities?

A. Just click here to see our comprehensive calendar of enrichment activities

Q. How do I find out about my son/daughter's subjects?

A. See our Curriculum and Subjects page for lots of resources and more

Q. As a Y6 parent, how can I find out about transitions?

A. We have a dedicated page for Y6 transitions here

Q. What are the school dates for the next year? (2016 - 2017)

A. You can find out the school dates on the School Dates 2016 - 2017 page of our website.

Q. When are the exam dates for (2015-2016)?

A. Year 9 SATS are held during the first week in May.
GCSE exams are held from the middle of May to the end of June.
Other modular exams are also held throughout the year, for example, in Mathematics, Science, Health and Social Care and Leisure and Tourism.

Please note GCSE exam dates are set by the exam board not the school and cannot be moved. A full exam timetable will be available on the website when the actual dates are released.

You can find out the exam dates on the Exams page of our website.

Q. Will the school take responsibility if my child loses his/her mobile phone whilst in school?

A. The school recommends that all electronic and expensive items are not brought in to school. If they are and they go 'missing' in any way, the school does not accept any responsibility.