Throughout the academic year you will receive regular updates on your son’s achievement.
For all students in Key Stage 3/4 (Years 7-11) you will receive Achievement Cards twice a year and once a year you will receive a school report, as well as having the opportunity to attend parents’ evening once a year.
At Key Stage 4 we are experiencing the introduction of new GCSEs (with our remaining few subjects starting in September 2017). Students are now assessed under a new grading system based on numbers 9-1, with 9 being the highest and 1 being the lowest.
At Key Stage 3 we have also adopted this grading system based on numbers 9-1. A table showing how these number grades map onto the old letter grades and levels can be seen here.
- May Half Term Intervention Timetable 2018
- Easter Intervention Timetable 2018
- Year 10 Intervention Timetable Spring 2018
- Year 11 Intervention Timetable Spring 2018
The curriculum maps below are intended to support parents and carers in understanding, in more detail, the topics that their sons will be studying throughout the academic year. We hope that this information will give parents and carers the opportunity to discuss learning with their son which will reinforce continued, outstanding learning and progress.
For guidance and additional information on the National Curriculum please click on the National Curriculum logo below.
The links below will provide you with information on courses available at institutions within Newham. Please read this through with your son so that you are in the best position to support them in their choices.
The website links below are intended to support and give parents and carers access to some of the revision and learning materials that their son has access to through the internet. We hope that this information will give parents and carers the opportunity to discuss learning with their son and also allow their son to show them how they revise and learn which will reinforce continued, outstanding learning and progress.
For information and guidance about keeping your son safe while using the internet please click on the link below to see the NSPCC’s guidance.
For general information: