As part of our behaviour policy, every lesson each student is given a score. Students receiving a 7 have exceeded expectations for the lesson. The following week the names of the students will be compiled and they will each receive 7 house points. Shortly after this,
Sixth Form Charity students were impressed with the amazing Christmas Jumpers being proudly displayed today and thank everyone for their kind donations. As a school we raised £350 which will all go to Save the Children and their work to improve the lives of children through
SIMS Parent allows you to access your child’s data from a smartphone, tablet or PC – anytime, anywhere. It is really easy to set up and convenient to use. You can even use your preferred social media login to access the app. You can find further
Hope for Food appeal for Cadbury’s chocolate selection boxes is still ongoing. These boxes are being donated to children inside the Christmas food parcels, the Bournemouth charity delivers to struggling families. Selection boxes can be donated at the school’s reception.
Defibrillators are devices used to treat cardiac arrest. They deliver an electrical current which can often shock the heart into beating regularly again. They are the best way of ensuring someone suffering cardiac arrest outside of a hospital will survive, and are registered on a database
Christmas Jumper Day is back! Friday 10th December 2021. If you’re wondering why all your mates are suddenly wild about wool and giddy for glitter, you’re in the right place! Sixth Form Charity Prefects will be raising money for Save the Children next Friday. All students
The house competition for this term will be able to create a festive advert of a product or company that exists or has been thought of by the pupil. This will be an opportunity for you to express your creative side whilst having the opportunity to