End of Summer Term Parental Reports have been handed to students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 on 18th July 2019.
Parents/Carers are able to view these reports online via their parental login for the Aspire Learning Platform.
The results days for Summer 2019 will be:
GCE A Level and AS results – Thursday 15th August 2019 between 9.30 am and 10.30 am at the Main School Reception
GCSE Results – Thursday 22nd August 2019 from 10.30 am until 12 noon in the Main School Reception
If you wish any other person (including family members) to collect your results on your behalf, then you must send in a signed letter of authorisation from yourself with the collector (they must also bring in photo identification such as a passport or drivers license).
No results will be given out by telephone under any circumstances.
Candidates who are unable collect their results on the day can receive them through the post by providing Mr Hodcroft with £1 via the Main School Reception before Friday July 19th 2019. Results will then be forwarded First Class and posted on the afternoon of 15th August 2019 for GCE A Level and AS Level; and on 22nd 2019 August for GCSE, BTEC and Cambridge Nationals (Creative iMedia and Child Development).
Any other queries should be made to Mr Hodcroft.
On Friday August 23rd 2019 Mr Hodcroft will be available in Main School Reception between 09.30 and 11.00 to discuss any issues. Results can also be collected at this time.
No results will be available after 11.00am on Friday August 23rd 2019 until 9.00am on Wednesday September 4th 2019.
Bethanie was in a dance competition this Saturday and has come 1st for her section and 4th overall out of 90 dancers same age group. She has won the scholarship and will be going to Florida within the two years.
I have attached a joint letter from the school and West Midlands Police over the growing concern we have nationally and locally around knife crime. Next week the police will be working with various partner agencies in Op Sceptre to focus on knife crime. Schools within Dudley are supporting this and working together to ensure our children are safe and continue to understand the impact of this crime.
Yesterday, we remembered one of our own students who 6 years ago was fatally stabbed. The memory of that day and following days is easily the worst that I have experienced and would not want to repeat this again for the school or the families concerned. This is why we are uniting with the police for this focus.
Mr M Mynott
Frankie played in the UK U15’s Regional Rugby Finals at Chester RFC yesterday where she scored a winning try with 3 minutes of the game left to go which secured the team the Winners of the Regional Cup. They will now go on to play in the National Finals on Sunday 7th April. Go Frankie Go!
An amazing achievement of which we are all extremely proud of. This is in addition to the recent news that she has been selected to play for the North Midlands U15’s County Rugby Team, of which at their first Festival last Sunday 24th her County Team won 9 out of 9 matches. An unprecedented result. Well done Frankie A*