Fortnightly Timetable Cycle: Week commencing 19th November, Week A
VISITORS to the School: please bring with you one form of identification: e.g, an official identity badge, passport, driving license or a bank card.
School tours are available upon request and we actively encourage parents to visit us during the school day to see us at work.
For all planned school trips – payment of a deposit or payment in full if applicable is required via Parent Pay to secure a place on a trip.

Pupil Premium 2018-19

Students from disadvantaged backgrounds underachieve academically when compared to their non-disadvantaged peers. The Pupil Premium is additional funding to support these pupils to succeed at school. 


  • Diminish any gaps in attainment and progress outcomes between those students from disadvantaged backgrounds against national for non-disadvantaged by the end of Key Stage 4 (Year 11)
  •  Increase attainment and progress outcomes by disadvantaged students in English and Mathematics
  • Reduce absence, lateness to school, exclusions and improve attitude to learning
  • Ensure that there is equality of opportunity for all leavers through access to high quality curriculum, academic pathways, Post 16 destinations, enrichment opportunities and experiences 


Disadvantaged criteria are:

  • Pupils who have registered for Free School Meals (FSM) at any point in the last six years
  • Pupils who are looked after by the local authority for more than six months
  • Pupils whose parents are currently serving in the armed forces


The level of premium in 2018-19 is £935 per pupil: please click here to view the pupil premium breakdown for 2018/19. 

Priorities and Aims

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Annual Pupil Premium Report

To view the Annual Pupil Premium Report - September 2018 please click here.