Nathania reaches the National Poetry by Heart competition

Group of finalists at the Poetry by Heart competition in London

Nathania represented the region in the finals of the National ‘Poetry by Heart’ competition in London. Nathania made it to the finals after winning the regional competition, held in Middlesbrough Central Library.  She did exceptionally well in the regional competition.  Nathania, who is only 15 years old, was the youngest pupil to compete against sixthRead More »

What should you consider before choosing a school?

Mr Taylor, Headmaster, talks to Living North Magazine about what parents and pupils should consider before choosing a school. Parents should if possible look at the school’s website.  This should give you a flavour of the school and provide access to inspection reports.  However, it will only be by visiting the school that parents and children willRead More »

Millie Wins Teesside Sports Personality of the Year

Fantastic news Millie has been announced the winner of the Teesside Sports Personality of the Year 2012 award, in recognition for her outstanding achievements in showjumping. Middlesbrough born Olympic swimmer Amy Willmott presented the award to Millie, which rightfully recognises her commitment to the sport. Millie has also won the Evening Gazette Junior Sports PersonalityRead More »

Year 7 – Winning Team

Congratulations to our year 7 girls who performed exceptionally well in their race at the Stockton Cross Country Championships. Rebecca won the overall race, well done! Also all of the year 7 girls ran so well they achieved the top place in the team race. Well done to everyone that took part.

Pupil’s gain excellent GCSE results in 2012

Out of the 43 year 11 pupils at the school in 2012, a total of 10 pupils achieved A or A* in every subject. Charles Simpson and Cameron Grove achieved 11 A* GCSE results, and 94% of all pupils achieved A* to C grades in every subject, including Maths and English. Over half (54%) of all GCSE exams taken at RedRead More »