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The Central Futures team invites our parent/carer community to join us for a Virtual Careers Coffee Morning to discuss any and all questions you may have around your child’s future career prospects. Our Central Futures careers programme is committed to ensuring that all of our young people have the opportunity to develop the qualifications, skills and experiences to be successful in the career pathway of their choice. A key part of this is ensuring our parent/carer community also have the knowledge and understanding of how best to support their child in preparing for that future, which is why we will be dedicating an hour to answering your questions.

We will hold three virtual sessions for the parents/carers of students who are in key transition years. Please use the links below to register your interest in attending these events:

If you have any questions ahead of these events, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Browne at


School telephone line

June 22nd, 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please note that we are experiencing problems with our phone lines due to a fault in a local area.

You can still reach the school office on 02072533741 but the line can be busy at times.

You can contact the school via email at

We are working with the telephone service provider to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

Year 7 exam dates

June 7th, 2021


Please see below a link to a letter in relation to Year 7 exam dates.


Year 7 Letter exam dates – 7.6.21





Please see below a link to a letter to Year 7 parents and carers in relation to upcoming assessment.


Letter to Year 7 parents and carers 19.5.21



Please see below links to the letters for Year 7, 8 and 9 in relation to upcoming assessment and Parents Evenings.


Year 7 -  Year 7 Letter to parents and carers 7.5.21

Year 8 - Year 8 Letter to parents and carers 7.5.21

Year 9 - Year 9 Letter to parents and carers 7.5.21

Year 10 - Year 10 Letter to parents and carers 10.5.21


Please see below a letter in relation to upcoming Year 11 assessments.

Year 11 letter – assessment schedule

Please find below links to letters relating to upcoming assessments for Year 11 and Year 13 students.

Year 11 – Year 11 letter w-c 26th April

Year 13 – Year 13 letter w-c 26th April

Year 9 applications for the Key Project are open!

The Key Project is an exciting opportunity to receive free tuition in a chosen subject, in-school mentoring to support you on your journey to a top university, as well as a range of enrichment opportunities including trips and potential work experience, in partnership with The Access Project and Slaughter and May. You can read more about the Key Project at school HERE and the video below has more detail about what The Key Project offers:

Applications are open to all students, however, as it is a programme designed for those from backgrounds that are underrepresented at top UK universities students that are eligible for Free School Meals and Pupil Premium will be given a degree of preferential treatment.

The link to apply is HERE. Applications will close at 11:59pm on Sunday 2nd May. If you have any questions about The Key Project or issues with your application, please contact our Key Project Coordinator, Mr Moulding, at

Please see below a letter to parents/carers in relation to how the school will determine the GCSE/A level grades this summer.

Determining grades – summer 2021 – letter to parents April 2021

Centre Policy in relation to teacher assessed grades (TAGs) – Summer 2021

Determining Teacher Assessed Grades Summer 2021 – Centre Policy

Please see below a letter with the timetable of online revision sessions for all Year 11 students.

Letter to parents – Year 11 online revision sessions over Easter