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Latest News

  • High Street Challenge

    Published on Monday 25th June 2018

    As part of Telford’s 50th birthday celebrations, Telford and Wrekin Council offered students the opportunity to redesign a High Street in Telford and Wellington Market. 

  • NEW Website dedicated to emotional help and wellbeing

    Published on Thursday 7th June 2018
    Bee U exists to help children and young people to be resilient and to have a positive sense of emotional health and wellbeing.
  • Year 8 Options information

    Published on Monday 30th April 2018

    Year 8 Subject / Pathways Evening and Option Choices.


  • PE Extra Curricular Timetable for Summer Term

    Published on Wednesday 25th April 2018

    PE Extra Curricular Timetable for Summer Term DOWNLOAD HERE

  • Ski Trip to Bormio, Italy 2019

    Published on Thursday 29th March 2018

    As you may be aware, we organise a ski trip for students on an annual basis. We have provisionally booked 24 places for a ski trip to Italy on the Friday 12th April 2019 for 9 days

  • Art students in the news this week!

    Published on Wednesday 7th March 2018

    Today Ray from the Clifton tile group presented the art department with completed tile boards. These tiles were designed by year 7 students last year. In the future they will be displayed on the ground floor of the HSBC building.

  • Street Dance British Champions

    Published on Tuesday 6th March 2018

    Sophie and Jessikas' crew came 1st and came home as British Champions!

  • World Book Day - Author Visit

    Published on Thursday 15th February 2018

    On the 14th March I have a worldwide author, called Ian Billings, coming in to talk to our Year 7 students, in honour of World Book Day.  He is a very funny speaker and will be performing in the Telford Pantomime at the Place Oakengates, from the 29th to 30th March.

  • Fame! Tickets ON SALE NOW!

    Published on Monday 12th February 2018


  • Year 11 Updates for Lesson 6 Arrangements: Priority Lesson 6 (3.15pm to 4.15pm Monday to Friday)

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