Highlights from 2016 GCSE include:  58% of students achieving 5 A* – C passes including English and Mathematics,  78% of students achieved A* – C in English, which is well above the national average,  61% of students achieved A* – C in Mathematics,  60% of students achieved A* – C in Science,  145 A* and A grades achieved by our students in GCSE subjects,  267 A* and A grades achieved by our students including Vocational Qualifications.  These record breaking results make us the most improved school in the city and one of the most improved schools nationally.

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AR3 Year 10 Assessments

Year 10 AR3 Assessment timetable April & May 2017 AR3 Year 10 mock examinations will be held commencing 24/04/17 […]

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Year 9 Robotics Trip

Students spent the entire day on 9th March 2017 completing a number of robotics challenges and team work tasks. They […]

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AR3 Year 11 Assessments

Year 11 AR3 Assessment timetable March 2017 AR3 Year 11 mock examinations will be held commencing 20/03/17 Please follow this link for a full listing of dates […]

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Year 7 visit to Stoke City FC

The Year 7 pupils enjoyed an afternoon visit to the Bet365 stadium. The students have been working on an Enterprise project for the past 5 weeks […]

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Year 10 Maths Feast

Students in Year 10 were invited to take part in the Maths Feast at Keele University. The students worked in teams of four against other schools on challenging […]

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Important Parent Pay update

Following extensive research into our current arrangements regarding meals at lunchtime, I am pleased to inform you of a number of imminent changes […]

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English Workshop

On 8th February, 18 Year 8 boys worked with visitors from The OAKS to develop their literacy skills. All of the students enjoyed tasting a range of ‘desert island’ […]

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Year 11 University Visit

A group of 50 Y11 students set off to MMU, Manchester Metropolitan University, to experience first-hand what it is like to be a university student. […]

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