(21/8/2015) Congratulations to the 216 Year 1 students who received their results on Thursday. 59% achieved 5 A-C Grades with 64% achieving English/English Literature and 59% achieving Maths at Grade C or above. A special well done to the following students, whose results were excellent: Alfie Mead achieved 10 of his 11 GCSE’s at A/A* and Lanz Sarmento 10 of his
(13/8/2015) Congratulations to all our 6th form students. Not only have they achieved the best results ever, Sophie Lapworth is off to University of Oxford to study Biochemistry, Viraj Popat is studying Medicine at University of Birmingham and Tom Ryan is studying Politics at University of Nottingham; and students are taking up places at University of Leicester, University of Liverpool, University
(17/7/2015) After a final week of House Challenges which saw Camino and Gaudete battling it out for the top spot Gaudete are once again crowned House Champions! The last week of term saw challenges such as a House sports day, a sponsored walk and I’ts a Knockout, but Gaudete managed to clinch the cup at the final of the sport day.
(14/7/2015) Year 7 (going into Year 8) have been set a Summer Learning Challenge looking at the question – “Why does Antarctica matter?” The question has been created as part of the Royal Geographical Society’s Young Geographer of the Year 2015. Click to view the full challenge
(10/7/2015) Team Malawi 2015 have arrived in Malawi. Keep your eye on this blog for regular updates. The Team have now moved accommodation for the last few days of their trip and the wifi is not reliable. We will update when possible.
Our Community Matters
Thanks to your amazing generosity, the Malawi team have set off with approximately 9k to support children in Malawi. The funds will be used to feed children, get them medical appointments, improve school facilities and to help the Sisters at the Kasina Clinic. We have also sent money to Nepal and to Zoe’s Place and Rosie’s Dream. Thank you.
Our local community matters as well. Before she left for Malawi Mrs Middleton, Mr Lloyd and I met with local residents ,councillors and our excellent community policemen because of the bad publicity caused by the actions of one child. A handful of our students cause a problem for the very well behaved majority and we take action against anybody caught around Potters Green as long as we have a description.
The main complaint is actually about cars and how dangerous Potters Green Road is at the end of the school day. I agree with them! The road is narrow with buses trying to get out. With so many cars parking, it is an accident waiting to happen. Please do not park on Potters Green Road at the end of the day. We have agreed with the local Councillors that, if the problem continues, mobile traffic attendants will come down. They can issue fines to anybody parked in the wrong place. Please make sure that you meet your child at the top of the road or we will ask the Council to act at the end of September.
We have also agreed to work with the Moat House Community group to improve the environment. They know that it is not just our students but we could all start by taking our litter home with us.
Thank you for your ongoing commitment to the school.