Our curriculum ensures that our students receive a high-quality academic and traditional education.
English, maths, science, humanities, and languages are given enhanced curriculum time to ensure a broad foundation for learning. Of course we also offer a wider range of subjects. All our Year 7 and Year 8 students study philosophy, Latin and classics, technology, art, music, and PE.
Through our house system, students are fully supported. A pastoral support team, including form tutors, heads of house, and pastoral and academic mentors, is in place to make sure all our students’ needs are met. Our SENDCo also co-ordinates the support for any students with additional learning needs.
Throughout the year, events, trips, social events, and charity fundraisers build a strong community ethos. All our students can play a full part in college life, and we encourage parents to get involved too.
Our core values of resilience, scholarship, independence, and aspiration run through all that we do.