Respect and Pride extends beyond the classroom

neighbourhood-watch-logo-240This week, Mrs Thornton has led assemblies with years 8, 9 10 and 11 about their responsibility within the community to uphold the standards expected of them as young adults. Each year group has been reminded of our whole school ethos, Respect and Pride, and been asked to consider whether their actions outside of the classroom would also demonstrate this standard.

We encourage our students to ‘be their best selves’ at all times and have asked that, as a community school, students appreciate how we all work together: parents, teachers, students and members of the local community. We do talk and we encourage this close communication to ensure that we all look out for one another.

Our local community is important to us and we strive to be the school of choice for young people in this area. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with our local PCSO Ellen Wood-Griffiths at or by calling 101 in non-emergency circumstances, to report anti-social behaviour. We work very closely with Ellen to right any wrongdoings and support and value all members of our community who help us to uphold these values.