Discovery exam week is Monday 27th April to Friday 1st May. The schedule of exams can be found here as well as a PowerPoint shared with all students by Mr Lake. These exams are important in helping us to assess how much progress students have made this academic year and are used to set students for next academic year in those subjects where they are setted. They are also useful practice for when students will face GCSEs and A levels in future years and this is why we run them under exam conditions; if students get used to these routines now, they will be less daunting in the future.
The Jane Metson Foundation aims to support organisations, charities or individuals who work to improve medical and educational services. There is a quiz night and raffle to support the Foundation taking place on Saturday 18 April at Wooden Hill Primary School.
Three Year Key Stage 4
In line with other schools nationally and locally we have decided to shorten the amount of time students spend in Key Stage 3 to two years and increase the amount of time spent in Key Stage 4 to three years. There are a number of reasons behind the decision to extend the time our students have to study their Key Stage 4 courses.