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24/05/24

Term Date - a reminder that next week is half term.Have an enjoyable break and we look forward to seeing you all back Monday 3 June. pic.twitter.com/8klcl29NJF

24/05/24

As a result of the incredible Achievement, Care and Excellence (ACE) demonstrated by our students this half term, the House Points tally currently stands at… pic.twitter.com/kpUDHXW6xd

24/05/24

We were thrilled to hear about the success of Ethan, Elis, Dayn and Obasuyi in Year 8, who have been shortlisted for The Pitch, a competition to design an advert for JD Sports. The students will pitch their idea in a national final at the Meta headquarters June. Good Luck! pic.twitter.com/6ecD7EDyVP

23/05/24

Year 9 students have been busy designing mythical creatures in art class and turning their designs into 3D using clay. Some wonderfully imaginative creations are coming to life! pic.twitter.com/UUvrxcAWvd

22/05/24

New exciting role available with Scholars’ Education Trust: https://t.co/xdVZKJgL1r

22/05/24

We welcomed Matthew Bowen from Gonville and Caius College at Cambridge University who gave a talk to Year 10 students about life at university and what Oxbridge can offer students. The talk was both informative and encouraging. pic.twitter.com/5YDLiZhkAM

22/05/24

The recording of our wonderful Jazz Night is now available to view on the school website - https://t.co/s1e21GdJcq pic.twitter.com/D617ttS5n7

21/05/24

Reminder to Year 10 parents that online Parents’ Evening is taking place this evening. pic.twitter.com/bOPLRfoTok

21/05/24

Great teamwork! https://t.co/v4NQyDEBaa

21/05/24

Reminder to Year 12 parents that booking for online Parents’ Evening closes tomorrow, Wednesday 22 May, at 6pm. pic.twitter.com/CarsHHQ3ZR

21/05/24

iPads were being utilised in Year 7 maths class to help with revision in preparation for end of year assessments happening this week. pic.twitter.com/45qtnOiDeO

21/05/24

A little bit of final coaching from Mrs Brown before today’s German exam for some Year 11 students. pic.twitter.com/AjwBIKt39P

20/05/24

Good luck to our Year 12 students who are out on work placements this week. The Year 12 team look forward to catching up with you and your employers during the course of the week. Have a wonderful week!

20/05/24

Students were investigating the insulation effectiveness of different materials in Year 7 science lesson, recording their data in a table. pic.twitter.com/wsg4a5Lpl2

17/05/24

Some amazing students have set up an ‘Unlitter the Planet Club’ - they go out at lunchtime and pick up any stray litter blown onto the school campus to help the environment, and in particular animals, whom the litter harms. Well done! pic.twitter.com/QphBOsSEmI

15/05/24

Meet the Drama Faculty Trolls 🧌 Exploring how we can create puppets using random objects with Year 9. pic.twitter.com/hahY3Bbzha

15/05/24

Expressionist feminist tragedy done brilliantly at the Machinal matinee today at the Old Vic with our a level group pic.twitter.com/aRk2VpXAVe

15/05/24

The mock trial with is well under way and the Year 12 students involved are putting their cases forward and interrogating the witnesses. Some brilliant persuasive arguments as the students brought the courtroom drama to life! pic.twitter.com/vkRJ1QBUgI

15/05/24

Reminder to Year 12 parents that booking for online Parents’ Evening opens today at 6pm. pic.twitter.com/88HCDU52y7

15/05/24

Four lucky winners of a competition run by are preparing their cases for a mock trial taking place later today. The Year 12 students are working hard on their opening statements, identifying evidence, deciphering case themes and case questions. Good Luck! pic.twitter.com/PVZWBLFWuv

15/05/24

We want to wish our Year 13 students the very best of luck with their A Level exams starting today. You've put in the hard work and now it's time to shine in your exam. We are so proud of you - you've got this! pic.twitter.com/SNjFImsVS9

14/05/24

As part of , students will be discussing the importance of mental health, techniques to use and how to access support if needed. This years theme is 'moving more for our mental health' so each form will also be challenged to take part in an activity. pic.twitter.com/yDOJkmvvEe

14/05/24

We welcomed to run a coding workshop for some Year 7 students, helping to introduce coding and highlight opportunities working in software engineering. The students created their own game of Rock, Paper, Scissors and then had fun playing - Student v Machine! pic.twitter.com/gJ3VIFnORa

13/05/24

So lovely to see students making full use of all the space on the field at lunchtime. pic.twitter.com/1qcT8wewjx

13/05/24

Reminder to Year 10 parents that booking for online Parents’ Evening closes tomorrow, Tuesday 14 May, at 6pm. pic.twitter.com/hjFf0ZEwk7

Religious Studies and Collective Worship

Religious Studies (RS) is a popular academic subject taught to all registered students. Following the Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus ensures an academic approach in which students learn both about religion and from religion. RS contributes significantly to the school's ethos and endeavours to promote understanding and respect between all people, as well as a deeper understanding of ourselves.

Our collective worship policy reflects the values of the school, which are concerned with mutual respect, cultural diversity and social inclusion. School assemblies are theme-based and will provide the opportunity for students to:

  • Reflect and actively participate
  • Reinforce the values of the school community and its ethos
  • Celebrate success.

Thought for the Week is an additional way in which students are encouraged to engage in thinking beyond the everyday matters to ideas of local, national or global concern, and often asks students to focus on issues relating to citizenship and relationships.

Religious Education

We believe at this school that Religious Education (RE) both supports and strengthens what we aim to do in every aspect of school life. Our caring ethos and the value which we place on the development of the whole child - spiritually, morally, socially, culturally - and intellectually is reflected in the RE curriculum.

As part of the Basic Curriculum RE must be taught to all registered pupils. As RE is not nationally determined the LEA must provide an Agreed Syllabus for us to follow. The Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education 2017-2022 is used as the basis of our planning and delivery of RE at Key Stage 3. At GCSE all students will study either Full Course or Short Course Religious Studies, where they are able to explore a number of philosophical and ethical topics. AS/A2-level Religious Studies is popular in the Sixth Form and General Studies provides the necessary study opportunities for those students not opting into certificated RS courses.

Collective worship

Our collective worship policy reflects the values of the school, which are concerned with mutual respect, cultural diversity and social inclusion. Collective worship is of a broadly Christian character and includes all students unless they have been withdrawn by their parents. Collective worship will provide the opportunity for students to:

  • Reflect and actively participate
  • Reinforce the values of the school community and its ethos
  • Worship a supreme being
  • Celebrate success
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