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GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents If you have children in year 11 taking GCSEs this year, many of their results will be reported on the new grade scale which runs from 9 (the highest grade) to 1 (the lowest grade). Here’s a brief guide to what that means. Why do…

Starting school is a big event which typically involves a rollercoaster of emotions. This year, however, isn’t typical and we might already feel as if we’ve been riding the emotional rollercoaster for some time. The Mental Health Foundation and the BBC have prepared advice for parents and carers in the hope that they can make…

There was a mix of emotion and nerves as the students held their breath, closed their eyes and slowly removed that all important piece of paper. Congratulations to our Sixth Form on this year’s successful results. Our high-flying cohort have secured places at their first-choice universities: AJ is now going on to study History and…