We believe that education is not for students but for the adults they will become. We follow a Character Development programme which encourages young people to become successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors.

We encourage our students to reach their full potential both in their academic and personal progress  throughout their time at school and to follow the values everyday whether they are in school or out.

Business Assemblies

We want all our students to have the essential skills for their future whatever they decide to do;

•     Confident and equipped with soft skills
•     Equipped with life skills so they can be independent
•     Understand their role in the community and wider society
•     Fully equipped and ready to get the best out of their secondary education
•    To be aware of the world and different cultures
•     Have a good knowledge of the workplace and how to behave

Regular Character Development/Career Assemblies are held by a variety of individuals, businesses and organisations to widen the childrens’ knowledge of the outside world and to give them an insight into the many different jobs that are available.

Here a few examples of assemblies that have been held:

  • Empowering Women (International Women’s Day) by Brandie from Speakers for Schools
  • Cat’s Protection League and Careers
  • NHS Enact performance on roles within the NHS
  • TikTok Boyband performance on cyber bullying

We started our programme to help to achieve our mission by embedding the values within the curriculum and daily lessons. Our strategy is an integral part of our school, equipping children with the vital skills they need for secondary school and adult life.  We believe that every child can reach their potential and our caring and dedicated staff will allow them to achieve this. Students should become valuable and fully rounded members of society who treat others with respect and tolerance, regardless of background.