The school celebrated National Science and Engineering week (from 17 - 21 March 2104), with our very own STEM Week (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Developing STEM skills opens doors to a rich diversity of opportunities for our students.
Students were given the opportunity to meet with two authors visiting the school:-
On Tuesday 18 March - Award winning author Nicola Morgan was in school – Author of “Blame the Brain” - The amazing teenage brain explained. Blame the Brain is used throughout the world by teenagers, parents, schools, psychologists and social services, to help, inform and reassure parents and teenagers about the stresses they often go through.
On Wednesday 19 March - Malcolm Rose returned to the school - Malcolm worked with Year 7 students on an interactive talk that involved forensic science, based on his TRACES crime series. He also talked about his JORDAN STRYKER books, about Jordan, his missions and the medical technology behind Jordan’s amazing body enhancements.
For more information about the authors please visit their websites:
Both staff and students have had an enjoyable week. Details of the activities will be in the next edition of the School Newsletter.
We are delighted to announce that the School has just been awarded its fourth consecutive Artsmark Gold Award. This is a National Award
which recognises excellence in arts and cultural provision.
GCSE and A Level Results - August 2013 - Click here for more information.
Please check this site for news of changes to our School Uniform provider with effect from January 2014.
Section 48 Visit, October 12, 2012 - Our School was judged to be an "outstanding" Catholic School - Click here for details