Student Support

Every action undertaken by every member of staff is implemented with the sole intention of improving the future life chances and wellbeing of our children.

Our vision is simple, and in line with this we recognise that each student is unique.

We want to equip all of our students with the confidence, education and skills to give them an excellent future and fulfil their future life chances. Academic rigor, ambitious goals and high expectations are central to our Academy ethos.

We have high expectations of all our students, particularly with regard to their behaviour and commitment to learning. We work hard to instil a determination and commitment to achieve excellence in each and every one of our students. We also work closely with parents/carers to ensure all our students maintain high standards of behaviour, attendance, uniform and personal conduct.

Each year group has an Achivement Leader and Year Manager who will support the pastoral needs of your child and to ensure attainment and progression. Your child will be stretched and challenged both in their learning and personal development.

Working in Partnership

We believe that working in partnership with parents/carers is crucial to ensuring that our students achieve excellence and progress. We appreciate the trust that parents place in us and understand that nobody knows a child as well as his or her parents; we therefore believe that parental involvement and interest are vital to students success.

Homework is an important part of the curriculum, enabling students to develop independent learning and research skills, whilst offering parents/carers the opportunity to assist their children to achieve.

As professionals we believe that clear and frequent communication with parents/carers is important, to enable parents to support their children. The Academy offers regular opportunities throughout the year for parents to monitor their child’s progress and talk to teaching & support staff. All parents are provided with a ClassCharts login so they can monitor their child’s behaviour and progress on a daily basis.