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26/03/24

Lights... camera... action!! Lots of fun being had getting ready for our first dress rehearsal to local primary schools this morning!!😍 pic.twitter.com/5e4LwYX5QO

25/03/24

A huge thank you to Sue Taylor from the ALPS Partnership who delivered an excellent presentation to our Year 10 cohort this morning, all about the Apprenticeship Training Pathway👏 pic.twitter.com/HTaxU8ePud

21/03/24

Our Year 10 & 11 students have arrived safely in Iceland and are on their way to the first stop! pic.twitter.com/vyxcE7VtpD

15/03/24

The Year 11s received their Revision booklets today as part of the ongoing strategy to support our students in their preparation for their exams! pic.twitter.com/aQ9tf86F0X

15/03/24

The Year 11s received their Revision booklets today as part of the ongoing strategy to support our students in their preparation for their exams! pic.twitter.com/CKRajw9rBh

15/03/24

Media revision bags at the ready! Media students collected revision bags during Media Club today. Each pack contains: knowledge organisers, fact sheets, WAGOLLS, flash cards, highlighters and pens. Reminder that revision is every Thursday after school in room 45 pic.twitter.com/EBDpAVYzCq

08/03/24

To celebrate World Book Day, a selection of our Year 7 & 9 students took part in a visit to Woldingham School, to attend an author event hosted by the Carnegie Medal winning author, Sarah Crossan! pic.twitter.com/P9V7DQEFOk

04/03/24

Congratulations and welcome to our new Year 7 cohort who will be joining de Stafford School in September 2024. We can't wait to meet you all! pic.twitter.com/Ta0N4UbLCm

01/03/24

Good Luck to all the Year 6 students and families on 'National Offer Day'! pic.twitter.com/Y9xJdMUtiV

23/02/24

Canteen staff put on another delicious spread yesterday afternoon as we celebrated Lunar New Year! pic.twitter.com/jUAspALGLn

07/02/24

Wishing our Year 11 Drama students lots of luck for their performance exam on Friday, you've got this! 🫶 pic.twitter.com/L2mhXQO0R1

05/02/24

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02/02/24

A big thank you to David Rabjohns, Assistant Principal from East Surrey College, who visited us yesterday to provide Year 8 with further information about Apprenticeships and T Levels👏 pic.twitter.com/QfaRcNPQvk

23/01/24

📷Year 11 Parents and Carers - please remember to order your son/daughter's Leavers' Hoodie and Yearbook by Tuesday 12 March 2024!To place orders, please visit the following website https://t.co/QEXurmMvBA and enter our unique school ID : 25299YR11

19/01/24

revision sessions today focusing on mind maps. We had great fun revising pic.twitter.com/dyvMrZ9t1w

19/01/24

revision sessions today focusing on mind maps. We had great fun revising pic.twitter.com/dyvMrZ9t1w

19/01/24

Well done to the U13 girls team who took part in the regional tournament with 10 teams taking part. The girls got to the last 4 and played for 3rd and 4th and took home 3rd winning 2-1. Excellent effort girls onto the county cup next week ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/NoQJRa6wiO

17/01/24

Year 7 have been busy creating their own pasta salad this week. They have learned about the process of cooking pasta and safety whilst using the hob. Knife skills and healthy eating have also been our focus so great work Year 7! 🍅🥒🥕 pic.twitter.com/nBOnR1M5iJ

17/01/24

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16/01/24

📣Year 8 Curriculum Personalisation Evening will be held in our Main Hall & Canteen tomorrow, 17 January 2024. There will be no formal presentation during the evening so please feel free to arrive any time from 5pm. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Prevent Strategy

Prevent Strategy

Prevent is a government strategy set out in 2011, safeguarding and supporting those vulnerable to radicalisation. It aims to stop people being exploited by or supporting terrorist or extremist causes.

Protecting children from the risk of radicalisation is seen as part of schools’ and childcare providers’ wider safeguarding duties, and is similar in nature to protecting children from other harms (e.g. drugs, gangs, neglect, sexual exploitation), whether these come from within their family or are the product of outside influences. Schools can also build  students’ resilience to radicalisation by promoting British Values and enabling them to challenge extremist views. It is important to emphasise that the Prevent duty is not intended to stop students debating controversial issues. On the contrary, it is as much about teaching children values such as tolerance and mutual respect.  Importantly, we can provide a safe place for students to discuss any issues so they better understand how to protect themselves.

The Prevent strategy covers all types of terrorism and extremism, including the extreme right wing, violent Islamist groups and other causes. Additional support and information can be accessed via Educate Against Hate – https://educateagainsthate.com/