Meet The Team

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Mrs Maguire

Strategic Year Lead

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Mrs O’Hare

Progress Leader (A)

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Mr Holliday

Progress Leader (B)

iPad Devices

We are delighted to inform you that the initial phase of the rollout of iPads has gone extremely well. We believe that the devices will become a crucial part of the learning journey and will not only enhance the learning experience for our students, but will over time, fundamentally change the way our students learn.

Students have attended an assembly where we reiterated the very clear expectations in terms of conduct using their new devices. In addition, when the students were given their iPads for the first time, they have also been reminded again about what they are allowed and not allowed to do when using their school iPads. Please find attached the behaviour expectations for all students with an iPad and consequences for misuse of an iPad, that is aligned to our Praise and Behaviour policy. 

We request that all parents and carers read the attached information carefully and discuss this with your children. Please do also remind your child that school has a very sophisticated system that monitors all use of all school devices including the iPads. This also includes technology that sends screenshots to select senior members of staff at school for any infringements of the attached policy. We would also like to remind students that the device remains the property of the school and if there are serious breaches of the school’s Acceptable Use Policy (please see following link: or of the attached iPad behaviour expectations, school reserves the right to limit a student’s access with the device or remove the device from the student in order to prevent further misuse.

We would like to thank all of our parents and carers for your support in this matter.

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Year 10 Football Success

On January 25th our Year 10 Football team faced Colmers School (Birmingham) in the Quarter Finals of the BSSF (Birmingham Schools) Cup. The team headed into the match on great form having beaten Bishop Walsh convincingly in the District Cup, as well as a victory over St Peters School (Solihull) in the BSSF Cup. 

In a very closely-fought contest, it was AT who took the lead through Harry. Later in the first half Francesco doubled the AT lead before Colmers replied with a well-taken goal. It was AT who increased their lead in the second half, with Luke scoring a fantastic solo goal. Late in the match Colmers scored to make it 3-2. AT defended superbly in the final 6/7 minutes of the match to see the game out and move through to the Semi-Finals of the BSSF Cup!

The Year 10 team will now faced Tudor Grange (Solihull) Away in the Semi-finals of the competition. Both teams have been in great form and it is sure to be a fantastic tie to decide one of this years BSSF Cup finalists. Mr Holliday, who officiated the match and managed the team was incredibly impressed with the Year 10’s attitude and resilience throughout the game. Well done Year 10!

Key Dates

  • 30th March – Year 10 reports on Go4Schools
  • 8th May – Y10 Progress exam week (core subjects)
  • 17th – 21st June – Y10 Spanish trip