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Design an Easter Egg competition

Updated: Wednesday 31st March 2021

Pupils were asked to design an Easter Egg using a blank template. After many entries, each Head of House picked their favourite design. The winners were Rafailia Pachatouridiou, Regan Scriven, Lauren Parsons and Ruby Walker. Each pupil received an Easter Egg from Mr Burton. Well done to all who entered.

Mr Hope, Head of Stuart House

End of term letter to parents

Updated: Wednesday 31st March 2021

Mr Burton has written to parents today with important updates as we head to the Easter break:

  • Information about Lateral Flow Testing

  • Term dates for 2021/22 (as seen here)

  • Reminder of our expectations in terms of uniform

  • Face coverings

  • Staff appointments

  • Return to school on Monday 19th April

Read the letter in full here.

Mr Burton, Headteacher

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Photography competition

Updated: Wednesday 31st March 2021

Whilst in lockdown pupils were set a challenge of capturing nature in their local area. We received nearly a hundred entries which made the job of picking the best from each house a very hard task. The winning picture from each house was then voted on by staff to pick the overall winner. Winners were George Sparshott (Stuart) Jessica Lavender (Tudor) Lily Compton (Doulton) and Violet Foster (Webb). The voting was very close with Violet Foster being crowned as the overall winner. Each runner up received a £10 voucher and the winner a £20 voucher. Well done to all who entered, also special mention to Miss Timothy who won the staff photography competition.

  • Mr Hope, Head of Stuart House

Covid-19

For information about how we are operating as a school, please see our Covid-19 Information.

Dudley is subject to National Lockdown restrictions

When your child attends school, it will be compulsory for them to wear a face covering when moving around the school building. This includes in lessons, other than PE.

We thank you again for your trust and support in keeping our school community safe.

Our Philosophy

Everyone has the right to learn

  • We educate young people to the highest standard to ensure that their potential is realised.

Everyone shows respect for others

  • We value all pupils equally and constantly promote a sense of purpose, self-confidence and shared values.

Everyone takes responsibility for their actions

  • We expect hard work and highest standards of attendance, behaviour, punctuality and appearance.

House Point Totals

We're really proud of the achievements from our pupils.

We recognise them through the awarding of Achievement Points and Attitude to Learning Points.

These get turned into House Points.

The Headteacher's Video Updates

The latest update is from the 11th February 2021.

See all headteacher updates

Our Leadership Team

Mr G Burton

Headteacher

Mrs H Griffiths

Deputy Headteacher - Quality of Education (Intent and Impact)

Mrs L Parry

Deputy Headteacher - Quality of Education (Implementation)

Mrs K Weatherhogg

Deputy Headteacher - Behaviour & Attitudes

Mr A Fisher

Assistant Headteacher - Personal Development

Mrs C Lawrie

Associate Assistant Headteacher - SENDCo

As a school community, we strive for the best for our pupils.

Safeguarding & Child Protection Team

Our Designated Safeguading Lead is Mrs S Ketteringham. She is supported by deputies Mr S Wright-Evans and Mrs M Curtis.

Mrs S Ketteringham

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mr S Wright-Evans

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs M Curtis

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead & Pastoral Administrator

Contact Us

You can call us on (01384) 816015.

Lines are open between 8am and 4pm Monday - Thursday, and between 8.15am and 2.55pm on Friday.

Donna is always on hand to help.

Alternatively, you can email us or view other ways to contact us.

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