Sixth Formers celebrate Black History Month!


On Wednesday 18th October sixth form students from the Activities Committee held a non-uniform day and Caribbean food sale to raise awareness of Black History Month and valued funds for ‘Stand Up to Racism’. So far, and the count continues, students have raised an impressive £346! Prior to the event itself, the students delivered a

‘Buddy Up!’, Sixth Form-Year 7, mentoring scheme!


On Friday 6th October 2017, twenty-two year 7 students and twenty-two year 12 sixth formers, travelled to ‘Rock Up’, Birmingham, to launch a year long, peer-to-peer mentoring scheme. The students, young and old, will meet one another each week during Monday tutor time to work on literacy and numeracy skills, have fun, to get to

Sixth Form First Aid training!


Over the past two weeks, one hundred and thirty-three year 12 sixth form students undertook a First Aid training course delivered by Anne-Marie Allen of the British Red Cross. The course covered all manner of emergency care treatments with students able to practise the correct depth and speed of chest compressions on resuscitation mannequins. Last

Sixth form library skills sessions!


A huge thanks from the whole of year 12 to Mrs Goode, Arthur Terry’s Head Librarian who has given up weeks of consecutive Thursday and Friday mornings to deliver engaging and informative library skills sessions to the whole year group! The sessions explored the increasingly pertinent issue of ‘fake news’ and source reliability but crucially