CLOSURE 11th Dec all day. Due to adverse weather and road conditions we have agreed with the Primary school to close tomorrow. This was to ensure adequate time was given to make arrangements and to prevent unnecessary hazardous journeys. Please watch the website, twitter and text messages for updates. Thank you for your support Mrs […]

SEVERE WEATHER UPDATE 10.12.17 17:14hrs

Good evening, we have visited the site and although the depth of snow is not too concerning and Smeeton Road is passable, we are concerned about the dropping temperatures overnight and tomorrow morning. Clearly we need to ensure that we adhere to Health & Safety etc. for the site for all. We are monitoring […]

Local MP Mr Neil O’Brien meets our wonderful students

On Friday the 1st of December we were very lucky to be visited by our local MP Mr Neil O’Brien. During a visit to a Year 8 Citizenship lesson, he was asked lots of questions ranging from Brexit to Donald Trump!!! Our students were wonderful and certainly demonstrated their interest and awareness in worldwide and […]

Ofqual – GCSE entries in England 2017

This report presents provisional figures on the number of entries for GCSEs submitted by schools and colleges in England to exam boards by 25 October 2017 for the exams being sat in November 2017. For the first time, this year the November series is restricted to students who were aged at least 16 by the […]

Young writer competition working in partnerhsip with the Rotary Club of Kibworth & Fleckney

Rotary Competition – Young Writer & Photographer We are very proud to announce that we are working in partnership with the Rotary Club of Kibworth & Fleckney. YOUNG WRITER & PHOTOGRAPHER COMPETITION Write a story of 500 words or take a photo that has a Winter or Festive Theme, Entries must be relative to the […]

Exciting extra curriculum activites

An extensive programme of extra-curricular activities is underway this term. Please use this link to find out more:

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GCSE, AS and A level reforms in England

We regulate GCSEs, AS and A levels in England so that people can have confidence in these qualifications, and rely on the results. Please click here for a link with more information

Key stage 3 and 4 exam marking, qualifications and results

Dear parent/carer, Now that the first set of numerical results have been launched in August 2017, I am keen to support both you as a parent and your understanding of how examinations, qualifications and grades are being changed. The Department of Education publish very useful information to support these changes and often include parent/family friendly […]

Students’ subject choices at GCSE and A level

New research looks at whether perceptions of difficulty affect subject choices. Please click here for a link with more information

Amanda Spielman’s speech at the Birmingham Education Partnership conference

Ofsted’s Chief Inspector talks about a values-rich society. The subject of the conference was ‘A values anchor in stormy seas’. Please click here for a link with more information