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.
‘Exceptional learning leads to greatness’