- Admissions 2015
- Bus Timetables
- Emergency Closures
- Exams Information
- Headteachers Letters
- Free School Meals Application Form
- Holiday and Policy Letter
- Holidays 2013-2014
- Options 2012
- Our School...
- Privacy Notice 2013
- School Publication Scheme Policy
- Structure of the School Day
- What our parents think of the school
- What our students think of the school
- What our staff think of the school
- Behaviour Policy
- Uniform order form 2012
- Pupil Premium
- Academy Consultation
- Extra Curricular/Community Activities
Aims of the School
We will ensure a safe, disciplined, calm and purposeful environment where world-class teaching and independent learning can flourish supported by a caring pastoral system that is rooted in mutually respectful relationships
We want to give every child of this school the best chance in life, we want to open doors of opportunity and bring them a sense of fulfilment, joy and pleasure and we will do this by building upon the excellent partnership that exists between parents, staff, students and indeed the wider community.
We will offer security to our young people because we are a school that is self-confident in its Catholic identity where the truths of faith are clearly expounded and where the Gospel of love is evident in the way all members of our community treat each other.
Partnership with Parents and Carers
We strive to develop a close relationship with parents and carers. We welcome and encourage all parents and carers to contact the school to discuss any concerns they have- and we will do likewise.
Student planners, annual reports, the Learning Guide, parental consultation evenings, Sims Learning Gateway, Faith matters and our termly news brochure are some ways we communicate with home.
All parents and carers are invited to join The Holy Family Parents and Teachers Association. This group meets regularly and has for many years supported the school through fundraising activities. Any concerns you may have should be raised with the Year Head in the first instance; this can usually provide reassurance and resolve problems speedily. Currently the school is attempting to refocus the work of this group to allow for parents to contribute more effectively to school improvement. Please contact Damian Moore the deputy head for more information.