Headteacher’s Blog

Headteacher's Blog 02/04/2020

(Posted on 02/04/20)

Welcome to this week’s blogThe internet and social media, have not always been our friend here at school. On too many occasions we have had to deal with incidents and fall outs between students that originated on-line and usually out of school. It is too often a hiding place for bullies and many times have we warned parents...

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Well this has been an interesting week!

(Posted on 27/03/20)

On Monday we opened our Emergency School Provision, with 15 students and 5 teaching staff. Also on site, and thanks to the work they all did – Safeguarding team, Admin staff, two canteen staff, site team, IT network manager and data manager, cleaners and members of the leadership team!The students we have are working to a...

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Hoping to see you all again very soon!

(Posted on 20/03/20)

This week’s blog comes at a time of uncertainty, bringing many challenges for us all.We informed you yesterday that the Government has instructed all schools to close by the end of today (Friday 20th March).   Due to staff shortages, the school closed to our Year 13 students yesterday at 12:15 and to our Year 11...

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Latest news!

(Posted on 13/03/20)

On Thursday, we held our annual EPQ Presentation Evening. The EPQ stands for Extended Project Qualification. An EPQ is an independent research project, equivalent to an AS award. A student’s choice of topic is free, although they must show that it is academically useful, either related to their current course of study, or...

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Another busy week.......

(Posted on 06/03/20)

Last weekend, our artists stayed at the Conway centre on Anglesey with schools from across the country, learning about and creating art inspired by animals and shapes. Students produced a wide variety of artwork, continuing late into the evening to complete their work.It’s been a busy time for our Art department. As part of...

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Back to school!

(Posted on 28/02/20)

I hope you all had an enjoyable half term break.On Monday, we welcomed home staff and students who had spent half term in various parts of Europe. Mr Vilches-Sevilliano and Mrs O’Malley, led a group of twelve students to Malaga, on a visit to a local school. They spent the week immersing themselves in Spanish culture and practising...

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