The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you will go! - Dr. Seuss
Studying in an effective way can be difficult sometimes. This is why it is important to know what study skills are best for you as a student. This Study Skills Revision Activities Guide will help students determine new ways of learning. The PDF booklet includes information on studying activities such as: pair or group activity, independent activity, subject specific, general revision and paper based studying activities.
The PDF also includes explanations on how to integrate these studying methods into your learning techniques. To download the Study Skills Booklet, please scroll to the download links at the bottom of the page.
"Homework is set work that is to be done outside the timetabled curriculum. Homework is seen as one of the principal ways in which student achievement can be raised. This is the school’s policy for the provision of homework to pupils and has been drawn up in accordance with guidance from the DfE, Sutton Education Trust and common sense." To download the Homework Policy, please scroll to the download links at the bottom of the page.
Find out how you can help improve the homework process in your school, so that you, as parents, can achieve complete homework visibility for you and your children. 'For many families, the word ‘homework’ doesn’t trigger thoughts of extended classwork, assigned to encourage independent learning, consolidating all that your child has learnt throughout the day to help them develop their knowledge and skills.' The Parent Pack link is available under 'download links' at the bottom of the page.
The Super Study and Prep Timetable is available under 'download links' at the bottom of the page.
Study Skills Guide, Walk and Talk Mocks, Revision Evening - some guidance on being exam ready. The Exam Ready link is available under 'download links' at the bottom of the page.
“Pupils are helpful, polite and courteous to staff, visitors and to each other. The atmosphere in school is positive, supportive and caring.” Ofsted 2016
“The teaching of mathematics is effective. Most pupils make good progress in this subject.”
68% of students make expected progress or better
“They are given a significant range of extra opportunities which prepare them well for life beyond the school. These pupils speak with passion and confidence about their ambitious aspirations for the future.” Ofsted 2016
of more able students achieved an A or A*
Students leaving with 5 A*-C grades, including English and maths