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Compulsory Equipment

All students should have the following equipment:

  • 2 black pens
  • 1 green pen
  • 1 pencil
  • 1 rubber
  • 1 ruler
  • 1 glue stick
  • 1 highlighter
  • 1 scientific calculator (either Casio FX-83GT or Aurora AX-595TV)

What lessons will I attend?

You will have 29 lessons per week

  • Art
  • Computing
  • Drama
  • English
  • Geography
  • History
  • Languages (either French or Spanish)
  • Literacy
  • Maths
  • Music
  • PE
  • Religious Studies
  • Science
  • Technology



The following uniform must be worn by all students:

• Royal blue blazer with school badge on top pocket.
• Light blue shirt or blouse tucked in.
• Year group tie.
• Optional grey V neck sweaters with the school badge are available from the stockists.
• Plain mid-grey trousers for boys and either plain mid-grey skirt or trousers for girls.
• Plain white, plain mid-grey or plain black tight or socks. No patterned tights are allowed.

Please note: Standard trousers and skirts with the school logo for the girls are now compulsory. Skirts must be an appropriate length.

 The shoes pictured fall into a grey area between acceptable shoes and the ones that are not acceptable. We understand the challenge parents face in wanting purchase a shoe that meets with the school dress code, managing teenage and preteen expectations and that are comfortable and fit for purpose.

We have tried to help you by producing this visual guide.

Students who arrive in the incorrect footwear will be provided with alternative school pumps to wear for the day.

Ordering Uniform

School has its complete collection available to order online. Impressions uniform are also offering a telephone consultation appointment service. This is where they can talk customers through what to order and how to choose sizes. This service is free.

They are also developing a video guide to show parents how to measure children up for online. This should be on our website in the next few weeks.

Orders will be processed and delivered during our evening shifts. This will allow them to have fewer members of staff in the shop at any one time.

Their standard home delivery will be free this year.


Customers may be unsure of the size they need but would still like to have it delivered?  They’ve got that covered too. Simply choose Impressions’ Take Two service – pay for one size and at the checkout select any number of alternative sizes. They will bring all sizes at a mutually convenient time, wait outside while your child tries them on and then you can choose the size to keep and give them back the size you don’t want. No returns, no extra cost, no fuss! The take two service will cost £3-£5 depending on the order. (up to 4 items £3 – over 4 items £5).

All returned items will be quarantined before being made available again for sale.

Visit for more information.




Timings of the School Day

Time Activity
8.30 Morning Bell

8.35- 9.25
50 minutes

Lesson 1

50 minutes

Lesson 2

25 mins


50 minutes

Lesson 3

50 minutes

Lesson 4

25 minutes

Lunch: Years 7 and 8
Form Tutor Time: Years 9, 10 and 11

25 minutes

Lunch: Years 9, 10 and 11
Form Tutor Time: Years 7 and 8

50 minutes

Lesson 5

50 minutes

Lesson 6

Frequently Asked Questions

If I get lost?

Check your map, speak to an older pupil and go to B-block.

If I am late to school?

If you are very late, you must report to the Pastoral Office to sign in where you will be supplied with a slip to hand to your teacher. You will be required to attend a LEARN.

If I feel ill?

Tell the teacher that you are with at the time. If it is break or lunch, go to Student Support or the Head of Year Room. You must NOT go home without going to the Pastoral Office first.

If I am having personal problems?

Talk to your form teacher or any member of staff with whom you feel comfortable. Go to student support suite at break, lunch or after school. Look at the ‘Here to Help’ board in your form room.

If I am finding the work too difficult?

Go to see your teacher before or after the lesson and explain your concerns. Do not suffer in silence, we are here to help you. Alternatively speak with your Form Tutor or Head of Year.

There are many adults in school who can help you. You can speak to your Form Tutor, Teachers, Head of Year or Student Support.