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Policies & Statutory Information

Accessibility Plan
Adverse Weather Policy
Anti-bullying Policy
Attendance Policy
Behaviour Policy
Behaviour Principles Statement
Best Value Statement
Catch-up Premium Funding Report and Plan
CCTV and Use of Images Policy
Charging and Remissions Policy
Child Protection Policy 2018/19 
Collective Worship Policy
Concerns and Complaints Policy
Concerns and Complaints Procedure
Curriculum Policy
Data Protection Policy
Equality Scheme
E-safety and Data Security Policy
Exclusion Policy
Freedom of Information & Publication Scheme
Health & Safety Policy
Home School Agreement
Lettings Policy
Looked After Children Policy
Medical Policy
Pupil Premium Strategy 2018/2019
Privacy Notice
Restrictive Physical Intervention Policy
SEN Information Report 2018/19
Sex & Relationship Education Policy
Substance Abuse Policy
Whistleblowing Policy

Please contact if you wish to make any comments about our policies.


The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted) is an independent and impartial body which inspects and regulate services that care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.

Ofsted Inspections

Ofsted Inspection May 2018

For more information about Ofsted inspections, look on their Website

Other statutory information

The most recent results for Key Stage Four are published by the Secretary of State in the School Performance Tables on the Department for Education’s website.

Click here for a link to the Performance Tables

Examination Results Summary 2018

Click here for a link to our Results Summary.

Examination Results Summary 2017

Click here for a link to our Results Summary

Curriculum details

To access detailed information of curriculum by subject click here.