Code of Conduct

Students have the right to learn...

  • Aim to 'be the best you can be'
  • Be proud of your achievements and celebrate the success of others
  • Respect everyone's opinions, listening to others and allowing all to take part in learning
  • Take pride in your work and your environment
  • Take opportunities to improve your work based on marking and feedback
  • Recognise it is OK to fail and get things wrong if you learn from it Work in silence when you're asked to
  • Make sure your behaviour does not distract other students

Teachers have the right to teach...

  • Everyone needs to be on time for lessons
  • Bring your books and equipment to every lesson 
  • Follow instructions first time
  • Engage positively in each activity - try your best
  • Behave sensibly and concentrate on the lesson
  • Listen carefully to others and take turns when speaking

Everyone has the right to feel safe...

  • Walk around the school in a calm manner - keeping to the left and being aware of others
  • Speak up for others and 'call out' bullying
  • Challenge unacceptable language and comments
  • Treat each other as you want to be treated
  • Make sure everyone is included - be thoughtful and kind
  • Think about how your behaviour affects others
  • Show tolerance and acceptance of everyone
  • Be safe on the internet
  • Make sure you know who to turn to for help

Students’ outcomes are good. A significant proportion of students typically attain the highest grades, including at A* to B, at A Level.

Ofsted 2018

Leaders have taken positive steps to widen pupils’ participation in the range of cultural, creative and sporting activities that take place beyond lessons, including for the significant proportion of pupils who do not live locally.

Ofsted 2018

Students make good progress because of the typically strong standard of teaching.

Ofsted 2018

The strengthening of care and support has had a positive impact on most pupils. It was clearly visible when inspectors met pupils during the inspection. They demonstrated confidence as learners, and typically enjoyed positive interactions with one another and adults.

Ofsted 2018

Students benefit from an education which enables them to move on to further success when they leave.

Ofsted 2018