Parents / Carers

Communication is key to a good relationship and that is why we strive to ensure that parents/carers of St Katherine’s students are fully informed of their child’s progress, activities and behaviour.

We do this through:

  • Termly Newsletter
  • Parents’ Evenings
  • Annual Reports
  • Regular progress check
  • Letters Home
  • Events  and Calendar on this website

This section provides lots of useful information for parents and carers.  A lot of this information is summarised in our Parent/carer handbook. 

Class Charts provides information on your child’s homework, attendance, behaviour and any detentions.

Parent/Carer Association

The Parent/Carer Association is an important element of engaging our community in providing the support and structure for our pupils to succeed:

Parent/Carer Association meeting 8 October 2018 – presentation

Parent/Carer Association meeting 8 October 2018 – meeting notes


For any issue relating to bullying contact:

Deputy Headteacher
Hayden Southon,
Tel: 01275 373737

St Katherine’s School takes seriously the prevention of, and dealing with incidents of bullying.  The school employs three different strands of procedures to tackle bullying:

Attendance & Holidays

The law says that as a parent/carer you must make sure that your child receives a full-time education. This means that your child must attend every day unless there is a very good reason.

Please see the link at the bottom of the page for details of changes to school attendance law.

Evidence proves that the greater the attendance, the greater the achievement.  Research suggests that 17 missed schooldays a year will result in losing a full grade at GCSE.  It is vital that your child is in school each day.

  • 90% attendance = ½ day missed every week
  • 1 school year at 90% attendance = 4 whole weeks of lessons missed
  • 90% attendance over 5 years of secondary school = ½ a school year missed


Catering at St Katherine’s is delivered in house and all members of the catering team are employed by the school, the team have excellent understanding of nutrition. This enables us to ensure high quality food and drink are provided at breakfast (pre school), during morning break and at lunch time. Our menus provide something for everyone and are planned to provide the nourishment required to provide slow release energy throughout the day to keep everyone alert, attentive and ready to learn.

We operate a cashless service using the latest high-security biometric technology.  Payment is made in advance through ParentPay.

Environmental Health Award

We are proud to have been awarded 5 stars for hygiene and cleanliness.


We welcome parents /carers to join us for lunch throughout the year.
Please telephone Susan Sharp, School Cook on 01275 376288

Free School Meals

Children attending a North Somerset school whose parents or carers are on the benefits listed below may be entitled to receive free meals at school:

  • Income Support
  • Job Seekers Allowance (Income Based)
  • Employment Support Allowance (Income Related)
  • Child Tax Credit,
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • The guarantee element of State Pension Credit
Entitlement To Free School Meals – How can I apply?
To find out if you are eligible to claim free school meals for your child(ren), please visit  North Somerset council’s online checker.  This is a quick online form that takes 1-5 minutes to complete.  You will need to input your National Insurance number and date of birth.
Please note, you will need to re-apply online for free school meals three times a year.  North Somerset Council recommend that you use their  online checker to re-apply during each school holiday in order for your child(ren) to remain eligible for free school meals.
If you have any queries please contact Mrs Dinah Kilgallon at St Katherine’s on 01275 373737

Class Charts

Class Charts is the online portal that allows parents and carers to keep track of  your child’s achievements and homework they have been assigned as well as view their attendance, behaviour and any scheduled detentions.  It is updated twice every school day.

If you have more than one child at the school, or multiple schools, you can use the same parent account to view updates for all your children.

Class Charts parent/carer login

Please note:  Class Charts replaces the Parent Portal and Show My Homework.


Our House system is the bedrock of our school community and the pastoral care we pride ourselves in. It is designed to unlock the limitless potential of every pupil and help them excel in everything they set out to do. It provides pupils with enrichment and leadership opportunities through a range of inter-house activities including academic events, sporting events and fun competitions – with every House aiming to be crowned the annual St Katherine’s School House Champions.

Key points about the St Katherine’s House system:

  • From Year 8 all pupils are overseen by their Head of House who has lead responsibility for their pastoral care and personal development.
  • Each pupil is in a tutor group aligned to their House which they stay in throughout their school career. We aim to put siblings in the same House.
  • Year 7 join a House when they start at St Katherine’s but remain as a single year group to support them as they settle into secondary school life. Their key point of contact is Ms Ball, Transition Learning Manager.
  • Year 12 and 13 students have separate tutor groups but are affiliated to a House, acting as positive role models, mentors and leaders to younger students in their House.
  • All staff and governors will belong to a House too.
  • Each House has pupils elected as House Captain and Vice-Captain (plus House Sports Captains)

Our House names represent individuals who have made a significant contribution to their community and represent our core values.

Pankhurst House
Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote in 1918.
Head of House: Ian Murdoch;  House Colour: Green

Pankhurst House parent/carer presentation September 2018

Stephenson House

Paul Stephenson is a community worker, activist and long-time campaigner for civil rights for the British African-Caribbean community in Bristol. Paul Stephenson is a Freeman of the City of Bristol and was awarded an OBE in 2009

Head of House: Andy Thomas; House Colour: Red.

Stephenson House parent/carer presentation September 2018

Turing House

Alan Turing conceived modern computing.  He played a crucial part in the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in WW2.  Despite his contributions to the war effort he was persecuted for being homosexual before dying in 1954.  He received a pardon from the Queen in 2013.

Head of House: Hannah Price; House Colour: Blue

Turing House parent/carer presentation September 2018

Yousafzai House

From the age of 11, Malala Yousafzai campaigned for girls to be given an education in Pakistan.  At 15, the Taliban attempted to assassinate her through shooting her, but she survived and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. Today Malala campaigns for all to have an education across the world.

Head of House: Esther Andrews; House Colour: Yellow

Yousafzai House parent/carer presentation September 2018

Letters Home

Letters and documents emailed to parents since September 2016. If we do not have your current email address, please advise it to including your childs name and year group.

Most Able

For any issue relating to ‘Most Able’ contact:

Most Able Lead
Miss M Cave
Tel: 01275 373737

‘Most Able’ learners are those students who show an outstanding ability in one or more subjects in relation to the St Katherine’s school community.  Our ‘Most Able’ learners are identified and their progress monitored in order to make sure they are continually provided for while at St Katherine’s.


At St Katherine’s we spot potential, to ensure that it is allowed to flourish.  We have a register of Aspiring Learners, identified as the top 10% of each group. This cohort is representative of gender, ethnicity and socio-economic context.  Identification is based on specific departmental criteria guided by the School’s ethos, quantitative and qualitative data and through discussion with the learner, parent/carer and colleagues.


For any issue relating to ParentPay please contact:

Finance Department
Tel: 01275 373737 Option 3 – Finance


We accept electronic payments for school trips, music fees and some events. This process is facilitated by ParentPay.  You have a secure online account, with a unique user ID and password. You can change these to something you will easily remember and merge accounts of 2 or more children.

Making a payment is easy and simple. ParentPay holds an electronic record of your payments to view at a later date. No card details are stored in any part of the system. Your account is active and you can make online payments straight away.

Click here to access ParentPay

Please click on the link below for the Biometric Registration letter.


Listed below are details of our school policies, if you have any queries or require further details on any of these, please contact the School Office on 01275 373737 and we will be pleased to help.

Praises and Consequences

St Katherine’s School has high expectations of its students’ behaviour in all regards, on the way to and from school, in the classroom, during social time as well as on school trips.  Whilst they are in school, Teachers are the ‘carers’ of all the students and will do their best to help and support your child.  However students must take responsibility for their behaviour.

Ready to Learn encourages, supports and rewards positive behaviour in all aspects of school life. Our praise system is clear and easy for parents and pupils to understand and straightforward for staff to apply.

Frequent praise and reward are embedded in our teaching and learning at St. Katherine’s School so pupils receive recognition for their positive contributions to school life. We believe that every pupil should have their contribution acknowledged and when appropriate rewarded. This recognition:

  • builds pupil self-esteem and confidence.
  • helps create a positive learning environment.
  • highlights the importance of good behaviour.
  • encourages pupils to take part in a variety of activities.
  • encourages pupils to strive for more.

PRAISE POINTS (P’s)  are linked to each of our ten school values:


Praise Points are also awarded for community acts of kindness and where a pupil has gone ‘above and beyond’. Praise Points are recorded on Class Charts, our pupil/parent information portal. We also recognise Accelerated Reader achievements through Class Charts.

Praise Postcards – Completed by staff and passed to your child to take home

Head of School commendations – A meeting with the Head of School and a letter posted home to recognise a significant achievement

We also recognise pupil effort and achievement with:

  • Termly Celebration of Achievement evenings with Head of House/Transition Learning Manager
  • Annual Celebration assemblies with the Head of School
  • Best of the Best celebration in the summer term.


Expectations in the classroom
If a pupil is not ready to learn in class, they are given a warning and their name will be recorded by the teacher on the Not Ready to Learn section of the board in the classroom.  If the same pupil is not ready to learn again during the lesson they will be asked to leave the classroom and make their way to the Ready to Learn room. They have three minutes to arrive.

Teachers can only set lunchtime detentions for non-completion of classwork

If a pupil fails to attend a lunchtime detention for non-completion of classwork they will be sent to the Ready to Learn room.

Non-completion of homework sits outside the Ready to Learn system. The setting, monitoring and follow-up of detentions for non-completion of homework is led by faculties. Repeat incidents of non-completion of homework should be discussed with the Head of House.

Code of Conduct for Bus Users

Code of Conduct for Bus and Coach Users

  • To ensure the interests of all Student’s Health and Safety are met
  • To ensure that all Students have an enjoyable, stress free journey to and from school
  • To uphold the reputation of St. Katherine’s School
  • To encourage good behaviour, respect and self-discipline amongst all students

Ready to Learn

Our ethos, ‘learning together, succeeding together, inspiring excellence’ epitomises our approach at St Katherine’s.

We challenge everyone within our school community to live and breathe our values evey day:


Our 3Rs (Respect, Responsibility, Resilience) underpin our conversations with pupils so everyone understands our expectations.

In summary a St Katherine’s pupil is expected to:

  • be respectful by listening and speaking politely
  • be responsible by arriving on time and fully equipped
  • be resilient by remaining on task and working hard


Every pupil at St Katherine’s has the right to learn in an environment that is free from disruption where all pupils can learn and all teachers can teach

Ready to Learn is based on the belief that all pupils can and should take responsibility for their actions. It is built around our expectation that all pupils to be ’ready to learn’ so teachers can focus on the learning taking place within the classroom to maximise pupil progress.

Ready to Learn covers all aspects of school life, ensuring fairness and consistency and maximising achievement and success. Ready to Learn will strengthen the ‘learning triangle’ between staff, pupils and parents/carers to ensure we are all participants in our young people’s education and support them to learn in an environment where they can make great progress in every lesson, every day.

Ready to Learn is the result of feedback from pupils and staff highlighting they wanted greater consistency across the school in embedding our climate for learning and minimising disruption to learning caused by low level disruption. For example, arriving late to lesson, not having the correct equipment, talking unnecessarily or chatting, calling out, being slow to start work or follow instructions, showing a lack of respect for each other and staff.

Expectations of all pupils

Our expectations of all pupils are very clear. Pupils must meet our expectations and take responsibility for being a St Katherine’s pupil by being Ready to Learn. If a member of staff asks a pupil to do something, they must do it. We will always use clear language in our expectations – “This is a reasonable request. I expect a reasonable response”.  If the pupil refuses or walks away they will be sent to the Ready to Learn room.

In the classroom and around the school pupils are expected to:

Be respectful
· Treat everyone and everything with respect at all times
· Listen carefully and follow all staff instructions first time
· Listen when others are talking
· Put your hand up and avoid calling out
· Respect school property
· Speak appropriately with no bad language or prejudicial bullying language or behaviour
· Engage when being spoken to and never walk away
· Show good manners i.e.holding doors open for each other, greeting visitors politely
· Clear away after yourself
· Respect the needs of others
· Keep left in corridors and avoid contact

Be responsible
· Have a positive attitude
· Be punctual
· Show kindness every day
· Arrive in class within 3 minutes of the bell
· Have all the required equipment
· Keep mobiles phones and earphones out of sight during tutor, lessons and lesson changeover
· Walk around the site and run only on the courts and fields
· Eat and drink outside or in the canteen at break time and/or lunchtime
· Go to the toilet at break time and lunchtime
· Put your litter in a bin
· Speak calmly to each other without shouting
· Wear all items of uniform correctly and with pride at all times
· Have a pass for incorrect uniform/items
· No involvement in serious incidents

Be resilient
· Work hard to complete all work to the best of your ability
· Understand and accept your own strengths and weaknesses
· Develop problem solving skills
· Self control
· Set personal goals with realistic expectations
· Learn from your mistakes
· Be willing to overcome difficulties rather than avoid problems
· Be optimistic in your thinking
· Refuse to give in when facing a challenge or set back
· Be able to recognise your own emotions and those of others
· Develop social skills and the ability to seek assistance from others


For any issue relating to Safeguarding, including concerns regarding your child or another St Katherine’s student, contact:

Designated Safeguarding Lead
Hayden Southon
Tel: 01275 373737

St Katherine’s School, it’s staff and volunteers, is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We ensure that consistent effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support families, students and staff at school. All concerns are passed through the members of staff who are trained as “Designated Child Protection Officers” in school in compliance with the “sharing of information” guidance.

If you have any serious concerns about your child or any other student at St Katherine’s School please do not hesitate to contact Mr Southon, he is supported by a team of teachers and support staff and he knows who to contact for the best advice and help.   Mr Southon is experienced in using the appropriate degree of confidentiality.

For the best interests of all our children we use the following safeguarding measures:

Cause for Concern

Teachers are asked to report any causes for concern to the School Safeguarding Team using a written proforma. Any concerns will be shared with parents as early as possible as more often than not there are extremely reasonable explanations for the concern. Concerns may range from children being visibly upset to persistent lateness to children ‘disclosing’ concerns.


All lateness and absences are recorded by the Attendance Co-ordinator, Ms Morris. Reasons will be sought for all absence or lateness. Attendance is monitored through these systems and referrals to the Safeguarding Team can be made. Parents will always be informed of concerns around attendance at the earliest point. If attendance concerns continue the school will refer to the North Somerset Education Welfare Service.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

For any issue relating to SEND contact:

Hayden Southon
Special Educational Needs Coordinator
Tel: 01275 373737
Ceri Rushworth
Inclusion Manager
Tel: 01275 373737

If your child has SEND and you would like access to independent help, support or advice please click on the link

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

We welcome students with SEND within our Inclusion and Achievement Faculty and provide support tailored to the needs of the learner.  As well as providing in class support in a number of lessons for those with SEND, we run a number of small group sessions including spelling, reading and handwriting groups.

Our support for vulnerable learners  comprises our SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator), Inclusion Manager, team of Learning Support Assistants, Literacy Intervention Mentor, Learning Mentor and Student Counsellor

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Report

Please click on the link below for our Special Needs and Disabilities Information Report.

Bristol Local Offer

Please click on the link below for details
Bristol Local Offer

North Somerset Local Offer

Please click on the link below for details
North Somerset Local Offer

Term Dates & Our School Day


Please find below details of the Term dates for this academic year.

Full details of school activities are on the School Calendar.

Term Dates Public Holidays
Term 1 Monday 3 September 2018 – INSET DAY
Tuesday 4 September 2018 – INSET DAY
Wednesday 5 September 2018
Friday 26 October 2018
25 December 2018 –
Christmas Day
26 December 2018 –
Boxing Day
01 January 2019 –
New Year’s Day
19 April 2019 –
Good Friday
22 April 2019 –
Easter Monday
06 May 2019 –
May Bank Holiday
27 May 2019 –
Spring Bank Holiday
26 August 2019 –
Summer Bank Holiday
Term 2 Monday 5 November 2018 – INSET DAY
Tuesday 6 November 2018
Friday 21 December 2018
Term 3 Monday 7 January 2019 – INSET DAY
Tuesday 8 January 2019
Friday 15 February 2019 – INSET DAY
Term 4 Monday 25 February 2019
Friday 5 April 2019
Term 5 23 April 2019
24 May 2019
Term 6 Monday 3 June 2019
Friday 19 July 2019
Monday 22 July 2019 – INSET DAY
Tuesday 23 July 2019 – INSET DAY


Click here for the 2019/2020 term dates

Our School Day
Time Period
8:10 – 8:40 Period 0 – additional activities as required
8:40 Registration – all pupils on site
8:45 – 9.05 Morning tutor time
9:05 – 10:05 Period 1
10:05 – 11:05 Period 2
11:05 – 11:25 Break
11:25 – 12:25 Period 3
12:25 – 1:25 Period 4
1:25 – 2:05 Lunch
2:10 – 2:20 Afternoon tutor time – Drop Everything and Read
2:20 – 3:20 Period 5
3:20 End of school day
3:30 – 4:30 Period 6 – additional activities as required

Transport & Travel

Please click on the timetables below for details on Eurocoaches and Carmel Coaches (X5) bus routes.

Students can also use the FirstGroup’s X3 and X4 buses which travel between Bristol, Pill and Portishead and stop near St Katherine’ s School. The X4 stops outside the school, the X3 stops 5-10 minutes walk away on the A369. Please visit Traveline South West for full timetables.

Please note, the bus stops listed on the route maps are purely to illustrate the route and may not be accurate with regard to ‘stops’, there are many more stops than we have been able to list.

Our school Transport booklet is available to download below.  St Katherine’s encourages students to use sustainable transport.

Visit the Better by Bike website that provides advice and cycle routes in our area.


Our Uniform Supplier are Scholars.  You can buy online or via mail order.
Scholars Schoolwear Specialists, 4 Terrace Walk, Bath BA1 1LN
Tel: 01225 462206    E-mail:    Website:

PE kit is available from:
The Sports Shop, 39 High Street, Portishead, BS20 6AA Tel. 01275 842573.

  • Info

    School Uniform is compulsory. Please see the ‘Uniform and Equipment’ policy in the ‘School Policies Section’.
    Only the items on this list may be worn in school.

Compulsory Uniform items: Permitted Jewellery/Piercings/make-up
  • Maroon blazer with school logo
  • White, collared shirt, buttons to the neck (a plain white T-shirt/vest beneath the shirt)
  • Maroon and silver clip on tie
  • Charcoal grey tailored trousers
  • Charcoal grey tailored knee-length (or longer) skirt
  • Grey with maroon stripe V-neck jumper with school logo
  • Grey or black socks
  • Grey, black or neutral tights
  • Plain (no branding) black leather/leatherette shoes
  • Plain black belt that fits through belt loops
  • One single piercing to ears only
  • One small stud (no more than 5mm) in each ear
  • One small flat ring per hand
  • Single thin silver/gold metal necklace
  • Watch – all alarms switched off
  • Medical bracelets only
  • Make up must be natural and barely visible
  • No false eyelashes, false nails, coloured nail varnish, or visible tattooing
Permitted outerwear – over blazer
  • Overcoat, ski jacket, anorak, raincoat – plain colours, no logos
  • Gloves
  • Woollen/fleece hat
Clothing Hair
  • Denim
  • Hoodies
  • Faux or real leather
  • Gilets
  • No shaved heads including shaved markings
  • No shaved eyebrows
  • Hair dye in natural colours is acceptable
  • Facial hair must be trimmed
PE Kit
Girls: Boys:
  • Black and red polo shirt with school badge
  • Black and red skort with school badge
  • Hooped red, black and white football socks
  • Grey hoodie with school badge
  • Training shoes
  • Football boots
  • Shin pads
  • St. Katherine’s red and black rugby shirt
  • Black and red polo shirt with school badge
  • Black shorts with school badge
  • Hooped red, black and white football socks
  • Football boots
  • Training shoes
  • Shin pads
Optional  Optional
  • Black tracksuit trousers with school badge
  • Gum shield (strongly recommended)
  • Plain black tracksuit trouser with school badge.
  • Gum shield (strongly recommended)

Year 7 Transition

We know that the setp up from primary to secondary school can be a time of anxiety for most pupils (and parents and carers!) so we make every effort to ensure that starting at St Katherine’s is a smooth, happy experience.

Our Transition Learning Manager is Mrs Julie Ball who is highly experienced in transition and Year 7. Mrs Ball visits new pupils in their primary schools from around Easter time. Along with meeting new pupils she discusses each child with their Year 6 child and/or key member of staff.

For pupils with special educational needs and disabilities, Mrs Ceri Rushworth, our Inclusion Manager will visit the school along with Mrs Ball. We hold additional translational visits for all pupils with special educational needs or who will need additional support to secure a smooth transition. This will include discrete induction sessions at St. Katherine’s.

Where a pupil is the only person from their school joining St. Katherine’s we hold a special ‘singles’ event before our main transaction days so that these pupils and families feel confident and less anxious about joining St. Katherine’s.

We hold a two day induction programme in early July. These fun packed days combine taster St. Katherine’s lessons and the chance for all pupils to meet their new tutor and the children who will be in their tutor group.

On the evening of the second day we hold a meeting for parents/carers where there is an opportunity to meet the tutor and other key staff in a relaxed, informal setting. We conclude the evening with a barbecue.

For more information about starting at St Katherine’s read our Parent/Carer A-Z Handbook (Sept 18 edition)

Our Ready to Learn guide is designed to make sure every pupil is properly prepared to learn in every class.  This minimises disruptions in class so our teachers can focus on teaching and help every pupil maximise their progress and succeed.

Year Group Information

Year 7

Year 7 Transition Learning Manager – Mrs J Ball

7P Tutor – Miss A Brown
7S1 Tutor – Mr G Fey
7S2 Tutor – Mr K Arden
7T1 Tutor – Mr L Werndle
7T2 Tutor – Mr D Cook
7Y Tutor – Miss C Aubret

Contact details

Your child’s tutor can be contacted by emailing

Important Information

Year 8

8P1 Tutor – Mr A Mclean
8P2 Tutor – Mr P Cullwick
8S Tutor – Miss R Douglas
8T Tutor – Mr B Court
8Y1 Tutor – Miss C Kenyon
8Y2 Tutor – Miss R Daniels

Contact details

Your child’s tutor can be contacted by emailing

Important Information

Year 9

9P Tutor – Miss S Mullen
9S Tutor – Mrs C Butler
9T1 Tutor – Mrs L Collins
9T2 Tutor – Mr S Simmons
9Y Tutor – Mr G Davies

Contact details

Your child’s tutor can be contacted by emailing

Important Information

Year 10

10P Tutor – Miss C Perry
10S Tutors – Mrs J Lee/Mrs R Wilsher 
10T Tutor – Mrs I Wild
10Y Tutor – Mr R Britton

Contact details

Your child’s tutor can be contacted by emailing
Please click on the link for the “Success at School” website:

Year 10 Work Experience

All Year 10 students are required to undertake a week of Work Experience.  Work Experience forms an integral part of the Year 10 Careers and Work Related Learning programme.  It does much to increase motivation and helps students to link theory to practice.  It also enables students to learn a multitude of key skills in a real, rather than simulated context, and to gather information and knowledge that can contribute to their personal development.

We intend to use the Work Experience placement as an important learning exercise in preparing students for progression from school to further education, training or work.  We very much welcome your support and help!

We ask students to find their own placements with the help and support of family, friends and school.  This in itself provides a valuable learning experience and strengthens the partnerships between students and the community.

Every placement must be approved by Education Business Partnership South West, acting on behalf of St Katherine’s School, before any student can attend that workplace. This is a legal requirement and recognises insurance, and health and safety arrangements.

We believe that Work Experience is a vital part of a child’s education and we wish to ensure that every student receives a rewarding experience.  If any student would like any assistance with finding a placement or you have any queries about the scheme, please contact school reception on 01275 373737 or email

Important Information

Work Experience Documents

Year 11

11P Tutor – Mr T Astill
11S1 Tutor – Miss C Hughes
11S2 Tutors – Miss A Adams/Mr H Hutchens
11T Tutor – Miss E Schofield
11Y Tutor – Miss Z Ivey

Contact details

Your child’s tutor can be contacted by emailing

Important Information

Revision Documents

Sixth Form

Head of Sixth Form – Mr S Colebourne
Deputy Head of Sixth Form – Mr T Hodgson

6GAB Tutors  – Mrs G Ball/Mrs H Shepherd
6HG Tutor – Mrs H Gardener
6JB Tutor – Mrs J Brooke
6RAC Tutors – Mrs R Cameron/Miss H Weatherson
6SJP Tutor – Miss S Pearce

Contact details

Your child’s tutor can be contacted by emailing

Important Information

  • Arrangements for last week of term
  • Sister Act - tickets on sale now!
  • Sixth Form Open Evening - 22 November, 7-9pm RESERVE YOUR PLACE
  • Year 7 enjoy free BuzzBook bonanza
  • Sixth Formers join Bristol Uni Access Programme