Congratulations to Amy Cook (year 9)

Well done Amy Cook for coming 2nd in the Mason Cup for Javelin.

She is waiting to find out if she has been selected for England trials. Congratulations Amy.


KS3 end of year tests – Timetable

KS3 end of year tests will be held from 26th June to 3rd July 2018.

Click here for a timetable of exams.


James Stretton wins again.

Well done to James Stretton who won 1500m and came 2nd in the long jump at the Warwickshire Athletics competition.

We are very proud of James’ achievements.



Students selected to compete in Warwickshire Athletics

The following students have been selected to compete in the Warwickshire Athletics competition.

James Stretton, Lilly Bisseker, Toby Wooton, Aeden Mason, Konner Curcher, Amy Cook, Amelia Leka, Chloe Leka, Dani Forde, Millie Maynard, Jessica Nesbitt, Zoe Cook



Congratulations to James Stretton & Amy Cook

She has now qualified for the Mason Cup in Discus and Javelin.

James was injured but has also got through to the Mason cup.

We wish them both well.


Matthew Hargreaves (Year 9) continues to excel at swimming

He achieved 4 personal best times from the 6 races he entered. He the made finals in 4 events and came away with 2 bronze medals in 200 fly and 400 IM. Matthew swims 7 times a week, including swimming before school on a Thursday morning.

He has worked really hard so far this season and his hard work has paid off.  The final update for the National qualifiers is now out and Matthew has achieved qualification into the British Summer Championships 2018 for 100 fly and 200 fly, which take place during the last week of July. He has also achieved qualification into the Swim England National Summer Meet for 50 fly and 400 IM, this meet takes place in the 1st week of August.  Both meets are at Ponds Forge, Sheffield.

The hard work continues for him now so he can further improve his times in these events during the summer meets.


824 Bus Service

Normal bus service resumed.

Successful trip to Coventry Uni for Year 10 students

This trip was a fantastic opportunity for students to gain experience of university life and explore their own career pathways. During the day the students were involved in workshops around student life, a campus tour including a look at the student residency and meeting current university students whereby an opportunity to ask questions was given.

The students thoroughly enjoyed the day and have started to think about what their next step is.

‘A fantastic opportunity, it has made me want to go to university in the next step of my future.’ Flynn Clarke

‘I found out that university is not just about lectures but about gaining independence and taking control of your life!’ Molly Somerville

‘Going on this trip has confirmed my choice to go to university.’ Jac Turner

‘It’s helped me understand university life better.’ Khia Hoskins

‘It helped me to see that there is lots of support when at university, I realised I would not be just chucked in at the deep end!’ Steven Boyle

‘It has made me want to go to university to expand my horizons in the future.’ Taylor Reynolds

‘There is even free WiFi!’ Will Johnston

‘The spinning chairs in the lecture room were fun!’

‘I really enjoyed seeing the practical work being done, especially seeing the paramedics practice in a house and using an ambulance.’ Sarah packer

‘It really has expanded my career choices seeing the labs and operating theatre in the bio medics centre’ Alex Turlea

‘Excellent facilities; even the food hub was amazing! ‘ John Roberts

‘It helped me to see what it is like to be actually at university as a student.’ Jude law