We are here to help our students have a happy and fulfilling experience at school. We believe in supporting all members of our school community as and when they need it.
The first point of contact is the house team. Each house has a House Leader and an Assistant House Leader.
- House Leader – Mr G Mather
- Assistant House Leader – Ms D Steele
- House Leader – Ms P Owen
- Assistant House Leader – Mr F Cookson
- House Leader – Mr P Arrowsmith
- Assistant House Leader – Miss L Wilkinson
- House Leader – Mr R Brady
- Assistant House Leader – Mrs L Forster
Head of Sixth Form – Mr B Anderson
Assistant to Head of Sixth Form – Mrs S Garay
Student support team
We believe in providing specialist help for all of our students who need it. Our student support team is very experienced in helping all students to achieve their potential and enjoy their time with us.
Head of Student Support team – Mr P Arrowsmith
The student support team provides a wide range of help including one-to-one support, in-class support and help with students who have a special need.
Newcastle SEND local offer
Click below for information about the Newcastle SEND local offer.
Using the School Planner
All students are issued with a school planner.
Your son should use his school planner to record homework and key events. If you feel that homework is not being recorded, please talk to your son and let the Year leader know.
Sometimes a teacher will want to write a note to you. You can then sign the comment to show that you have read it. If you have a question, it can be jotted in the planner.
The planner also contains information about term dates, target levels, uniform and equipment and homework timetables.
The School Nurse is available every Tuesday and Thursday, 12.30pm-1.15pm.
This is a confidential drop in service for students to discuss any issues they may have.
The school chaplaincy team is always available for students and parents to discuss issues as they arise.
Staying Safe On-line and Cyber Bullying
Please help your son stay safe online using this resource.
The whole school community should expect to feel safe and happy in school. If students feel that there are issues with bullying they should never suffer in silence but either they, or their parents, should contact the Year Team.
Educate against hate
An ‘educate against hate’ website has been launched as part of a renewed drive against extremism.
- warning signs of danger
- how parents should talk to children about extremism
- steps concerned parents can take