2nd December 2022

St Andrew’s Day

The tartan came out this week as students and staff celebrated St. Andrew’s Day and all things Scottish. There were thistles (Scotland’s national flower), shortbread, Irn Bru, and there was even the opportunity to try traditional haggis – with mixed reactions! This successful event was led by our lovely Scottish biology teacher, Alison, who went […]

28th October 2022

A brand new look

  We’re delighted to introduce you to our new visual identity, which celebrates the individuality and journey of every student. It marks the completion of our five-year evolution under the leadership of Principal Mark Love, and celebrates our being part of the Nord Anglia Education family of schools and the benefits our students and staff […]

17th October 2022

Student fundraising

One thing our students do well is fundraising and they have already started making plans! This year they will be raising money to send to Freetown in Sierra Leone, where it will be used to help support families with medical care, food and clothing, as well as school fees. It will also go towards specific […]

19th August 2022

2022 A-Level and BTEC Results

Congratulations to all our students who received their A-Level and BTEC results yesterday! With a broad and varied curriculum offer of fifteen different A-level subjects and BTEC Business taught across one or two years, combined with an inclusive ethos and non-selective, admissions policy, our students’ examination results and university destinations in 2022 reflect the College’s […]

24th June 2022

History trip to the Black Country Museum

To support their studies on the Industrial Revolution, some of our A-Level History students went on a trip to the Black Country Living Museum in the West Midlands, a 26-acre, open-air representation of life in one of the first industrialised landscapes in Britain.  Accompanied by two of our teachers, James and Frances, the students learned […]