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College Alumni

We are now trying to build an on line contact data base of ex pupils - not replicating Friends Re-united or Face book! - but as a means of allowing year groups to keep in touch if they wish and allow information about the school to be posted on a central website.

So, get your dodgy photos out and register on the site to upload them at

Alternatively you can Email them with your registration details to

Managing the Internet To Keep Your Children Safe

Free O2 & NSPCC helpline

Whether you want to set up parental controls, adjust privacy settings or get advice on social networks, experts from the free O2 & NSPCC helpline are there to help.

0808 800 5002

Please let us have your email address.

We like to communicate with you via email because it is quick, efficient and saves the postage costs which can then be used for classroom resources. If we have your email address it becomes easier for you to access on line reports and our epraise awards site.  If you have not given us your email address yet please give us a ring and let us take it for our records. Your address will be held in the strictest confidence meeting data protetection regulations and will only be used  for college purposes.

Telephone: 01395 255741

College Text Messages

We like to communicate with you via text message because it is quick and efficient. If you have changed your mobile number or you have not let us have it yet please give us a ring and let us take it for our records. Your number will be held in the strictest confidence and will only be used for information texts.

Telephone: 01395 255741


Government Guidance on preventing  radicalisation of children: the prevent duty.

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‘The Social development of pupils is shown by their: Acceptance and engagement with the fundamental values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; they develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in, and contribute positively to, life in modern Britain’

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Terms & Holidays

Student Term Dates & Events Examinations

Year 9 Reading Initiative.

Download the lists below

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Banned Books


Similar Themed GCSE Texts

Read Around The World

Similar Theme GCSE Texts.pdf Read Around the World booklists.pdf Books students should NOT read as Part of Scheme.pdf

Letter from Principal

to Parents March 2018

March Letter.pdf

Recent Prosecution of Geoffrey Perryman

Read a statement from the Principal regarding this case


Understand the new GCSE Grading System

Click  to download guide

See also KS 4 Options/Curriculum

Key Stage 4 GCSE English

Parent Guide