Our High School has five forms per year group (150 students) which are divided into tutor groups and named after our House Saints. We offer a curriculum which is broad, balanced and fully integrated into our co-curricular offer which enables our young people to not only achieve all the requirements of the National Curriculum and external assessments such as GCSEs but also become active members of society and the people God created us to be.

We are proud that our students are well dressed, polite and happy. Our merit system is based around the attitudes and values of LORRIC, which stands for: Leadership, Organisation, Relationships, Resilience, Independence and Communication and students work towards Bronze, Silver and Gold achievement badges.

As pupils transition from our own and other Primary Schools we work very hard to make the social, emotional and academic progression swift; building on the skills and knowledge from Primary and working with students from Year 6.

Our full Careers education prepares the students for the next transition to Sixth Form with large numbers of our Year 11s choosing to stay on in our vibrant, purpose-built Sixth Form.

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We welcome visitors and are always happy to accommodate requests to see the school at work, either via our Open Evening or Opening Morning events in the autumn term.

High School Ofsted Report

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