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  • Exam Results Day / Appeals Update

    Published 19/07/21

    Please read the following documents regarding A Level and GCSE results day and Appeals information 

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  • July Newsletter 2021

    Published 16/07/21

    Please follow the link to see our latest Newsletter

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  • New Day Layout (From September 2021)

    Published 16/07/21

    Please see attached for the new day layout from September 2021.

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  • End of Summer term and start of Autumn term arrangements

    Published 16/07/21

    Please read the attached document regarding the end of Summer term and start of Autumn term arrangements

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  • Families First Portal

    Published 06/07/21

    Please find attached a promotional e-card for the Families First Portal.

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  • Headteacher Appointment

    Published 22/06/21

    Please read the attached letter regarding the Headteacher Appointment

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  • Y10 Work Shadowing

    Published 17/06/21

    Please read the attached documents regarding Y10 Work Shadowing

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  • Covid-19 update from The Public Health team at Hertfordshire County Council

    Published 15/06/21

    The Public Health team at Hertfordshire County Council has asked us to share the following information with you.

    Firstly, we want to thank you for all you are doing to play your part and help protect your school community – you’re all doing an amazing job. As we head towards the end of the academic year, let’s work together to reduce the number of cases in our nurseries, schools and colleges and make sure less children will need to learn remotely. 

    We’re now at a crucial time in our fight against coronavirus. In line with yesterday’s Government announcement we’re asking everyone to not drop your guard just yet – Covid-19 is still here. 

    There are simple things you can do right now to continue to protect yourself, your family and your school community:

    Remember hands, face, space, fresh air – each school may have different rules around face coverings, but everyone aged over 11 should be wearing a face covering when in indoor venues. If you can still meet outside do

    Testing – students in year 7 and above are being provided with a free, regular supply of rapid tests and they should continue to take these twice a week. Parents and carers of children in nursery, school or college should also take regular rapid tests along with the rest of the community, by doing this we can all help to reduce the spread of the virus. You can find your nearest collection site or order online at

    Vaccination – please get your vaccine once you are invited to

    Please do not send children back into education if they are sick or feel unwell – be cautious.

    If you or your child/ren receive a positive result from a rapid test you must begin self-isolating immediately, not attend school and book a confirmatory PCR test.

    If you or your child/ren have symptoms (new, continuous cough, change or loss of taste or smell or a temperature) you must self-isolate immediately and book a PCR test at: 

    If you need help to self-isolate contact HertsHelp for advice and practical help with things like getting food and medicine and accessing financial support. Call 0300 123 4044, email or visit

    We know none of this is easy, but if we throw our arms around schools to protect them now, we can all look forward to the summer holidays we’re hoping for. Thank you again for helping to keep yourselves and your community safe.

    Hertfordshire County Council

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  • Changes to Mobile Device Policy

    Published 11/06/21

    Please read the attached letter regarding changes to the mobile device policy coming into effect from September 2021.

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  • Sports Day Thursday 24 June

    Published 10/06/21

    Please read the attached document regarding school Sports Day

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  • Year 9 and Year 10 Assessments

    Published 28/05/21

    Please see letters attached below regarding the Year 9 and Year 10 assessment period.

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