Career Progression

Research shows that pupils’ career progression depends just as much on character as exam results – the ability to operate in a team, possess good communication skills, be willing to work hard and use imagination and initiative. Exam results matter, but many of the most important things in education cannot be measured.

Wealth Of Opportunities

We strongly believe that encouraging our pupils to participate in a wide range of activities allows them to leave school with a variety of interests, experiences and talents.

There are a wealth of opportunities for our pupils to expand and broaden their horizons through our co-curricular programme. Whether they are interested in sport, debating, arts and drama, music, technology or outdoor pursuits we have something to inspire, challenge and enrich every pupil’s learning and educational experience.

Consequently, pupils might find themselves on stage performing in the school musical, competing on the playing field or debating in national competitions. Pupils can find new passions, meet new friends in different year groups and enjoy learning new skills.