"We have our son back! Thank you all so much for all that you do for kids like (our son). He has changed so much in the last few short works for the better. He is lucid, engaged and pursuing hobbies. The photo on the newsletter says it all!" AW, parent of Year 9 child, 16/12/2016
"(My daughter) has come on fabulously over the last year. It may not show up in test results (yet) but her confidence is unmissable. We will often find her reading and writing just for the fun of it and lately, she can count! (well done Mr Plunkett). She seems to be on the an increasingly upward trajectory – great job." MR, parent of Year 5 child, 21/07/16
"For the first time since arriving in the UK, having met you, I finally feel that somebody cares for pupils with SpLD and approach the problem thinking about inclusion in education instead of exclusion." DS 07/07/2016
"I was very pleased to have the opportunity to come to the GCSE Art Exhibition last week. As usual, your students' work was truly inspirational and I thoroughly enjoyed the evening." BD 05/07/2016
"I am always amazed at the high achievement of 'our' students, given the encouragement and direction you so ably provide. . . . So very interesting to see how these young people have developed and matured over the past few years It was such a pleasure to chat with them about their work and ambitions." SH 01/07/2016
". . . a special thank you for all the help you have given (our son). Your vision that cookery was something he could achieve in will stay with him forever. Your patience in helping him through the exam is something we shall be eternally grateful for." J&S H 01/07/2016
"I was lucky enough yesterday to accompany the juniors on their trip to the V&A. I wanted to let you know how impressed I was. Lead by your wonderful Miss Fraser, what a courteous group of children. They were engrossed in all that we saw, they asked / answered questions and all participated in the activities that the tour guide set us. You could tell that all the children were respectful and supportive of each other. At lunchtime they sat beautifully together and talked. When they had finished, without being asked, they collected all the rubbish from their packed lunches and put it in the bin.
Despite a lot of walking (I was tired by the end of the day) I didn't hear one moan or groan. They were all great representatives of the school and you should be very proud of them." JM 04/02/2016