Due to unforeseen circumstances the school BBQ on Saturday 7th July has been postponed and will now take place on Saturday 15th September.

Post 16

Post 16 follows a life skills based curriculum which provides students with opportunities to build independence, confidence and also consolidate skills they have learnt in KS3 and KS4 with a focus on using these in everyday situations. As part of the curriculum students are offered the opportunity to take part in work experience in the local community or within the school. Subject areas offered to students at Post 16 include English (reading, writing, speaking & listening), Maths, household skills, leisure activities, community visits, PSE/RSE, PE, creative arts, gardening for pleasure, ‘Team Tuffnell’ and IT. For full details of the subject areas please see the below link for information on the curriculum and aims of the study.

Post 16 Curriculum

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

Latest News

We’re taking part in The Great River Race!

A group of rowers from the school’s staff team is gearing up to take on The Great River Race on Saturday 8th September. The Great River Race is dubbed “London’s River Marathon”; a 21.6 mile spectacular boat race up the River Thames, with …

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St Philip’s Open Day dates announced

We are pleased to announce that St Philip’s School will host an open day on the last Tuesday of every month during term time for the academic year 2018-19. Open Days consist of a presentation, usually delivered by the Headteacher, …

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‘Caroline’ sets sail

With great excitement we officially set sail on our skerry, ‘Caroline’. The sun was blazing down on the Thames as our group of rowers arrived in style for the launch ceremony of our boat. The team was welcomed by their …

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Upcoming coffee morning!

Following on from St Philips Mental Health Awareness Week, Sara Thornhill, Health Link Worker, will be introducing parents to the 5 Ways to Wellbeing followed by a discussion on how we can support good mental health at home at our next …

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