Please find below a letter from Mr Lawson, Assistant Headteacher. The letter gives detailed information on:
“The School has been innovative in the way it has developed curriculum provision to extend learning experiences and meet the increasingly broad range of needs at Key Stage 4. Partnerships with local schools, further education colleges and the Little Gryphons nursery have allowed the School to develop
an impressive choice of vocational courses and provide opportunities for students who might otherwise not have engaged fully with their education. At Key Stage 3 there are opportunities for early examination entry and project days when younger students can develop their cross-curricular and business skills in depth. Students’ take-up of the vast range of visits, clubs and other activities is very high.”
Huge Congratulations to Henrietta in Year 12 for winning the National Young Farmers Junior Member of the Year Competition at the national competition finals in Stafford last weekend. To qualify to compete...