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Our after school PE Clubs are up and running on a Tuesday (Year 7) and Thursday (Year 8). They cost you nothing and are a great way for your son/daughter to make new friends as well as develop their sporting skills! Click here for further details


Parents and carers-please click here to view a letter from Public Health England regarding symptoms.


Our new Head of Music, Mrs Gardner, has been teaching our Year 8 students how to play the 12 bar blues in the Music Room today 🎶 If your child is interested in having private instrumental lessons whilst please email for details.


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Y7 students working on their shooting today at our 1st netball club! There will be lots of fun games, netball activities & matches so grab a friend and come along! Y7 clubs run on a Tuesday/Y8 on a Thursday. Check out the boards in PE or ask your SAM!


Thank you to everyone who has already supported the campaign by donating much needed hygiene items for refugees in need. Staff will be at the school gates every morning this week and next, ready to accept your donations.#Moriacamp


Year 7 Parents/Carers- please find a link to the Year 7 Information Evening presentation We hope you find it helpful! Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.


An update for our Year 10 and 11 students - please note that the East Surrey College Open Event, due to take place tomorrow, has unfortunately had to be cancelled.


Click here to register your interest in our Virtual Open Event. We look forward to giving you an insight into what makes such a unique and special place to work and learn.


Please join us for our Virtual Open Event on Thursday 8 October and see what makes such a special place to work and learn. Register your interest here: and we’ll let you know as soon as our Virtual Open Event goes live.


If you would like to join us in supporting the campaign by supplying much needed hygiene items to refugees in need, staff will be at the school gates every morning next week to accept your donations


Parents/carers - our weekly news bulletin has just been sent via ParentMail and can also be viewed on our website We wish the entire de Stafford community a fantastic weekend!


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It's National Teaching Assistant Day! A day to celebrate the wonderful, dedicated teaching assistants we have across the Trust - thank you for everything you do for our children. Want to join them? Click below for more details!


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How wonderful to be back with our students. Transition groups, Drawing and Talking and social skills all taking place as if we'd never been away.


📢Parents/Carers - please find a link to our weekly news bulletin We will be sending these out every Friday afternoon via and they can also be found on our website here:


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First theory lesson for Y9 Sports Studies! Students have been tasked with designing a brand new sport, focusing on rules and regulations ⚽️ 🎾


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🎊 We're still OPEN for enrolments! Undecided on your options? We'd love to have you on a Full-time course! We're welcoming walk-in enrolments, so bring your quals and docs, and get your next steps sorted! ✅ Browse our Full-time courses for inspiration at


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We are aware of the delays with Hewitts in delivering PE kit! If you are affected, please don’t panic! Just bring in other appropriate kit (plain black top, black shorts / trackies) until it arrives 🤸🏽‍♂️⛹🏽‍♂️🏓🎾⚽️🏀🏐🏉🥏🥎🥍🏑🥊🤾🏾‍♀️🧘🏼‍♀️🤽🏾‍♂️


We are aware that there is an issue with the Scopay website and some parents/carers have been unable to add funds to their son/daughter's account. Please be assured that ALL students will still be able to purchase food and drink whilst we wait for the issue to be resolved.


We are very excited to welcome all year groups back to school on Monday (on their week 1 timetable). A reminder of the timings: Years 7 - 9: 8:30am to 3:15pm Years 10 and 11: 8:50am (straight to period 1) to 3:35pm (SAM time at end of day).


We are really looking forward to welcoming back our Year 8-11 students tomorrow. Please check our website for a reminder of the assembly/arrival timings for each year group.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should I contact with any queries about my child?

All staff can be contacted through the main school number or by email.  To direct your enquiry to the most appropriate member of staff, please see below:

For attendance, medical appointments or lost property, please contact Student Services.

For student welfare/general concerns, please contact your child's SAM or Head of Year.

For subject specific concerns or queries about your child's progress, please contact the relevant subject teacher or Head of Year.

Can my child bring a mobile phone to school?

Students are allowed to bring phones to school, however we have a 'no view' policy and they are not permitted to use them in school unless the teacher has allowed it as part of a lesson.  If a student is seen looking at or using their phone, it will be confiscated and returned to them at the end of the school day.

What extra-curricular activities do you offer?

We offer a wide variety of extra-curricular clubs for students to join.  These can be a great way to make new friends and learn new skills.  A list of clubs is available on our website.  There is also a homework club in the library after school on Monday and Thursday until 4.15pm. 

Will my child be rewarded for their academic progress?

Your child's hard work will be recognised both inside and outside of the classroom.  Achievement points will be awarded where their hard work and contribution to learning is above and beyond the level expected.  Outside of hte classroom, students will also have the opportunity to gain achievement points through representing the school and their contribution to the school community and school life.

What other support services are offered by the school?

A range of activities and interventions are run and co-ordinated through the Learning Support Centre.  Specific programmes target self-esteem, transition, friendship, social skills etc.  Interventions are targeted to meet specific needs and may be either 1:1 support or small groups.  Students access this support via referral from their Head of Year or teachers in the school.  Our pastoral team co-ordinate support for students and families who are working with outside agencies. 

We also have a range of support services including the Education Welfare Officer, School Counsellor and the local Police.  If you would like more information on any of the support services offered, please contact the school by telephone or email

Where does my child go if they are feeling unwell?

If your child feels unwell during a lesson, they should inform their teacher who will give them a note to take to Student Services. 

Who do I contact if my child has a medical appointment?

All medical/dental appointments should be made outside of school hours where possible.  Please advise Attendance prior to the appointment taking place either by phone, letter or email to  Your child will need to sign out at student services before leaving the school site.  For safeguarding purposes, we won't allow a child to leave the school site without permission from a parent/carer, unless the parent/carer comes to collect them.

Who do I inform if my child has a medical issue or condition?

Please ensure you inform Attendance and Student Services if your child has an ongoing medical condition which may affect their attendance and provide medical evidence to enable us to support your child.  The school may request medical evidence for absences of 5 or more consecutive days or if your child's attendance level becomes a concern.