As a fully comprehensive, 11 - 18 school, we are committed to the principle that all pupils, regardless of ability, race, cultural background, have a right to the highest quality of education we can provide. This means that we try to ensure:
- breadth and balance for all ;
- appropriate levels of expectation and challenge;
- relevance, continuity and progression in learning;
By providing courses of study and teaching methods which are tailored to the wide range of needs, interests and aspirations of our pupils. It also means that many features of the curriculum are common to all pupils. No pupil is denied access to any part of the curriculum on grounds of ability.