Going for Gold!

One of last year’s leavers has been in touch to keep us to date with her amazing news. Ciara was encouraged to pursue her skills for sports by staff here at St Philip’s, and she is continuing to win medals and has her sights set on participating in the international Special Olympics Games.

Ciara has gone on to study at Nescot, and the college has published a story all about her journey and her hopes for this future. We’re so proud of Ciara and can’t wait to see where you go! We’re rooting for you!

Click here to read the full story on Nescot’s website. 

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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Parent Survey Results

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Path building: part 2

Students in year 11 have almost completed repairing the path. We have made great progress on the path – the end is in sight! Several other year groups have supported us – Y8, Y10 and Post16.  The wet weather recently …

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Stag Beetles!

Great news –  Stag beetles have settled in our Nut Walk! So far, our primary students have found two females (as seen in the picture) and a male which have larger pinchers. The male was found during wild time last …

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Mental Health Week

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