Activities Day – amendment to activities

There has been a change to the dates of two activities.

Cadbury World and Tissington Trail had conflicting dates in the summary table and the detailed descriptions.

For clarification these activities will run as follows;

Tissington Bike Trail – Monday years 7&8 / Tuesday years 9&10

Cadbury World – Monday years 9&10 / Tuesday years 7&8

If you have any queries please see Mrs Morton


Well done for raising £1,361.82 for Children in Need

A huge well done to all staff and students for taking part in Children in Need in November.

We have had final confirmation that the amount raised was £1,361.82



Activities Days – details of experiences now available

This years activities days will be held on 17th & 18th July 2017.

Details of the activities on offer can be found by clicking here

Please make sure that completed forms are returned to the school office by Friday 10th March. 

**Remember to choose your activities carefully – changes cannot be made one forms have been handed in and activities will be allocated on a first come first served basis **

If you have any questions please ask Mrs Morton


Congratulations to Rian Kelly (9PLM)

Well done to Rian Kelly who represents Tamworth Swimming Club.

He won Gold – Back stroke, Silver x2 – Front and individual medley and Bronze – Butterfly. Congratulations Rian!


Celebrating students acheivements

We are always pleased to hear of students achievements outside school.

This week we have been advised that James Stretton (7TAY) has been selected to represent Warwickshire Schools in the national year 7 cross country competition in Loughborough on 25th March.

Also this week we have been advised that Joshua Welch (9MAR) was announced as the winner of the Round Table spirit of Tamworth awards young carer of the year.  Joshua and his family were invited to the presentation evening on Friday 3rd February following nomination by his scout leader.

Our congratulations go to both students.


Report of student approached by man in car.

We have been alerted to an incident with regard to a white male in his 50's approaching one of our students and offering her a lift.

The incident happened in Kingsbury village after 3pm on Tuesday 31st January.  The man was reported to be driving a dark blue ford car.

We have spoken to students to remind them of the importance of being vigilant and not to accept lifts from strangers.

There was also a report of a similar incident occurring outside Wilnecote school last week.