Latest update

Following the announcement yesterday from the Prime Minister,  please click on the link below to read an update regarding testing for students returning to school. 

If you are happy for your child to be tested, please click on the link below to access the online form. Please read the privacy notice before completing the form.

 Please click here to access the online form to give consent. 


Please click here to view a message from Headteacher Mr Browning regarding Home Learning 

Please click here for further information on Remote Learning.

Year 9 Options Process - Please click here  

Parents' Evenings 

 Year 10 & 11 (KS4) Parent’s Evening 

Parents' evening will be online and the appointment system will open on Monday 22nd February at 9.00 am.  Please click on the below link for instructions/guidance on how to login in to the online platform to make appointments with your child’s teachers.

Letter regarding Parents Evening

Parents Guide for booking appointment system 

All appointments will take place on SchoolCloud - this will not be a phone call.  Please click here to access SchoolCloud


In school there will be provision for vulnerable students and students of key workers. Students accessing this provision will need to attend school at the normal time for their bubble (see below).

Key Workers 

If you are a key worker - see list below and you wish your child to attend school  please can you register using the below link. If you previously registered as a key worker there is no need to do so again.

Click here to register for Key Worker place

Health and social care -Frontline health and social care staff such as doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, as well as support and specialist staff in the health and social care sector. In addition it includes those working in supply chains including producers and distributors of medicines and personal protective equipment. Education and childcare - Nursery, teaching and support staff and social workers. 
Key public services - Those required to run the justice system, religious staff, as well as those responsible for managing the deceased, and journalists providing public service broadcasting. 
Local and national government - Administrative occupations essential to the effective delivery of the Covid-19 response or delivering essential public services, including payment of benefits. 
Food and other necessary goods - Those involved in the production, processing, distribution, sale and delivery of food. 
Public safety and national security - Police, support staff, Ministry of Defence civilian staff and armed forces personnel, fire and rescue staff, and those responsible for border security, prisons and probation. 
Transport -Those who will keep air, water, road and rail passenger and freight transport modes operating during the Covid-19 response. 
Utilities, communication and financial services - Staff required to keep oil, gas, electricity, water and sewerage operations running. Staff in the civil nuclear, chemical and telecommunications sectors. Those in postal services and those working to provide essential financial services. 

 Who are vulnerable children? 

Children who have a social worker or those with special education needs or an educational health and care plan (EHCP) are considered to be vulnerable children. Children from outside those two groups will have to remain at home with appropriate care. There is no need to register as we have already identified all students that are in this group.

Students who may have difficulty engaging with remote education at home (for example due to a lack of devices or quiet space to study) are also identified as vulnerable students, so please contact this if it applies to your child

If you have any concerns you can contact us by email –

Year 11 updates 

  • External vocational exams due to take place this week and next week will have now been cancelled
  • Mock exams due to take place in the weeks beginning 18th and 25th January will be rearranged for after half term

Please do not send your child to school if...

  • You have been contacted by the school or track and trace and told that your child needs to self-isolate
  • Any member of your household has tested positive, in which case your child and other members of your household must isolate for 14 days from when the person who tested positive showed their first symptoms or when they tested positive (if they were asymptomatic - not showing symptoms)
  •  If your child or any member of your household is showing symptoms - in which case you must arrange a test and all members of the household self-isolate until you receive the results

Please click below to view our procedures and guidance in the case of a positive COVID19 test 

      Procedures for dealing with a positive COVID19 Test

      Guide for parents responding to Coronavirus symptoms and contact tracing

 Listed below is a letter from Mr Browning with details of Emergency Closure Procedures and the Home School Agreement.



Year Group Start Times and Entrances 
Year 7  8.10 am English Door
Year 8  8.35 am Science Door
Year 9  8.50 am Art Door
Year 10  8.20 am English Door
Year 11 8.10 am Service Road /Scarlett's Entrance 


School Risk Assessment for COVID-19 updated 14th January 2021

Please click here to view the updates to the

Behaviour Policy

 Attendance Policy

Child Protection Policy 

Safeguarding Policy 

 Frequently asked questions.

Latest guidance from the Department of Education

Please contact school if you have any further questions.

                                              For help and advice during COVID-19 please click here


 Latest update:  23rd February 2021