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GCSE results 2019: 32% of grades achieved were the top 9-7 grades!OUTSTANDING: Personal development, behaviour and welfare (Ofsted, 2017)“Governors and staff promote positive relationships combined with high aspirations for themselves and pupils” (Ofsted, 2017)"The behaviour of pupils is outstanding" (Ofsted, 2017)GCSE results 2019: English, 87% / Maths 80% achieved a grade of 9-4OUTSTANDING: Effectiveness of leadership and management (Ofsted, 2017)..the school's culture of respect for all and positive relationships, summarised succinctly in "do your best and be nice" (Ofsted, 2017)GCSE results 2019: The proportion of students who achieved both English and Maths at grade 9-4 is a truly impressive 77%!GCSE results 2019: 80% of students achieved grades 9-4 in 18 subjects


LATEST NEWSLETTER: monday 27 january 2020



former student, Ross Clarke organises special film screening at Clair Hall

Former student, Ross Clarke, invites you to a special one off, not to be missed, screening of The Peanut Butter Falcon at Clair Hall in Haywards Heath on Sunday 9 February at 4 pm. 

Ross is hosting this film screening in support of PSDS a local charity helping children with Down's Syndrome reach their full potential.

Check out the trailer for the film here and be inspired to follow your dreams, just like Ross. 

The film will be introduced by Ross and he would love as many students and staff to join him in raising awareness of Down's Syndrome, but mostly to have a great time.

Click here to buy tickets

bbc radio 2 500 words competition -  get writing!

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of BBC Radio 2's 500 word competition. 

2019 attracted over 110, 000 entries to the short story competition, and since it launched, the competition has received over 912,986 short stories.

It’s super simple. All entrants must pen an original story, no more than 500 words in length, and submit their story to the BBC Radio 2 500 words competition Google Classroom, using the code rkrosct. It can be about ANYTHING you want – space-ships, grannies, insects, time travel. The list is endless!

All of the stories will then be submitted  to the BBC Radio 2 competition. All entries submitted will also be entered into a Warden Park competition, with chances of prizes to be won! 

Get Writing! 

Miss T Overton, Teacher of English

EASTER HOLIDAY SPORTS CAMPs -booking now live!

Now live!  Click on the links below for info including dates, prices and how to book!





CLUB CANCELLATIONS NEXT WEEK No cricket or basketball clubs next week as the "New Sports Hall" is having new lights fitted.    No Monday football club next week as cup game on the 3G.

News from PE!


Click here for the Bob Woolmer Sales website dedicated to Warden Park PE clothing

February 2020 half term courses now FULL!

What is the Internet of Things (IOT)?

Our homes have become even more connected. More families are buying internet-enabled devices such as smart speakers, toys that connect to the internet and even Bluetooth enabled toothbrushes.

Click on the link below where it explains what is meant by the ‘Internet of Things’ and how to use these devices safely with your child.

Click here to find out more!

careers corner




This is a free information service offering parents help and advice for families in a digital world.

Click here to access the Parent Info website

Its news-feed function providing easy access to up-to-date articles with advice across topics such as:

  • Games, apps and technology
  • Sex and relationships
  • Health and wellbeing

Mr Regan, Assistant Headteacher


A busy Kindness Council meeting this week!

Students are in the process of designing a new badge for students to receive if they display RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS (RAK).

Thanks to all those who attended.

Miss Rees and Miss Barton 

GCSE art

Here is Matthew in Year 10 with this amazing piece of art using pastels.  

Matthew's next project is working with mixed media - we can't wait to see the results!

Mrs Tinkler, Art Teacher

Nut-free environment
Polite reminder:

Students should not bring nut products on to the Academy site.

Please be vigilant with lunch boxes and remind your child in relation to buying snacks from local shops on the way to school.

Thank you for your help.

Mr Sorrell,Deputy Headteacher

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Do not rely on Google searches when looking at term dates.  You must refer to term dates published in newsletter or on our website.  Thank you.

Click here for term dates 2019/2020 

Click here for term dates 2020/2021

*Please note, majority of Inset days still to be allocated.

refer to website for more comprehensive information     

29 January 2020 - Inset day (Academy closed to students)

13 February 2020 - Year 8 Options Evening (6 pm onwards)

17 February to 21 February 2020 inclusive (half term)

5 March 2020 - Year 7 Parents Evening (appointments (4.45 pm onwards)

26 March 2020 - Year 9 Parents Evening (appointments) (4.45 pm onwards)

31 March, 1 and 2 April - Dance Show (start times and ticket info to be confirmed)

3 April 2020 - End of Spring term (students dismissed at 1 pm)

20 April 2020 - Start of Summer term


Foundation classes in M01 and M02

Higher classes in M03, M04 and M05

Please make every effort to attend these sessions.

Listed below are the topics we will cover each week.