Study Leave

On Friday 27th May our year 11 students will finish school at the usual time of 2.45pm and will begin their study leave. The past two years have been extremely challenging for our students; we have been impressed by the resilience they have shown over the last few months and their mature approach to the examinations so far. Once study leave begins, we still expect students to attend school for lessons in the subjects they are still to be examined on. There will be an allocated independent study room for each period in each day if they also wish to come in to school for quiet study. Students who are in school should either be in their normal lessons or in the independent study room. All students should enter through the main reception door and sign in on the paper registers. When students leave the building, they must sign out on the paper registers. This is important for fire evacuation purposes.

Subject teachers will continue to support your child up until the exam and revision classes will be provided prior to exams. On Monday and Tuesday, there will be revision sessions run by subject teachers (details below)

If you have any concerns during the examination session, we are still here to support you and your family. You can continue to contact your child’s form tutor or progress leader with any issues.

We would like to thank you for continuing to support you child through their examinations and we look forward to celebrating all of our students’ hard work and effort in our Year 11 Leavers’ Assembly on Thursday 23rd June and at our Prom on Thursday 30th June.


Half term revision programme

The year 11 Half Term Revision Programme will be running during the holidays on Monday and Tuesday.  Students are encouraged to attend sessions that they feel they need extra support on.  All the sessions will be led by specialist teachers and are designed to maximise your child’s potential at GCSE.

  • Monday 30th May – English
  • Tuesday 31st May – History

Sessions start at 9am until 12pm. Students will have a 15-minute break and will be expected to stay on site throughout the morning.