There are currently four classes in Key Stage 4: 4JL, 4KO, 4AS and 4SP, consisting of 44 pupils.


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Mrs Owen

Class Teacher


Miss Wood

Teaching Assistant

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Ms Balaam

Teaching Assistant


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Mr Leer

Class Teacher


Miss Fowler



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Mr Stackhouse

Class Teacher

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Mrs Davies

Teaching Assistant


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Mrs Payne

Class Teacher

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Mr Harding

Teaching Assistant

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Ms Dixon

Teaching Assistant

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Miss Coleman

Teaching Assistant

About Key Stage 4

"Ready for my Future"

Our focus within KS4 is to ensure our young people are ‘Ready for the Future’. Using independence skills gained in KS3 they will be able, some with support, to make decisions to aid them in the future. Our young people will be building on strategies to support their own emotional and social well-being and using these skills to access work experience. 


The curriculum is designed to allow the choice of specialist options to assist them in moving forward, better skills and knowledge in different areas of the curriculum, to ensure they are ‘Ready for the Future’. They will continue to build on these skills moving forward to 6th form or college.

Options - We are Introducing a Carousel This Year...

We have our ‘option’ afternoons on Wednesday and Thursday. We are introducing an option 'carousel' system this year, to give you a range of experiences and skills, accessing two different options every half-term (one on Wednesday and one on Thursday). They are Cooking, Rural studies, Art, Sewing, Computing, Health and Social Care, Childcare, Food, Dance and Design Technology.

Rewards and Behaviour

We continue to expect good behaviour in KS4. Students will gain reward points for attendance, equipment, uniform and effort. Green cards are awarded for something ‘above and beyond’ what is expected. Points will be deducted for negative behaviours and plenty of warning is given before we issue a Red card, this results in a lunch or after school detention. 


Behaviour is rewarded – we organise a reward visit each term, for those with a certain amount of points and beyond, past trips have been Laser Quest, safari park, picnic and pizza in the park. We all have a lot of fun in KS4!

Class Timetables