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  1. Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College is a co-educational senior trade school that offers an alternative model to traditional schools. Year 11 and 12 students can focus on a vocational education pathway in a senior college environment. Students who complete the HSC and the first year of an Apprenticeship/Traineeship can earn while they learn. We provide a caring and nurturing environment. Each student has a Mentor who takes a close interest in the students' work and school life. Our Vision The Lord will be the sure foundation of your times, a rich source of salvation and wisdom, and knowledge. Our Mission is To be a positive, supportive and creative learning environment based on solid Christian foundations where students are encouraged and enabled to make wise choices for their future to achieve skilled employment. Feedback from parents, students, and visitors to the College confirms that Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College is a place where young people can start to reach their potential in their chosen career area. We believe in God, the creator of all things, and in His Son, Jesus Christ, whose death and resurrection bring us back into contact with God. We demonstrate this through: Knowing that God can guide, support, and sustain us throughout our lives. Understanding others, their needs, and how they are different from us. Acknowledging when others are hurt by our words or actions, and letting go of feelings against those who have hurt us. Following through on what we say we will do, and working together to make our College a better place for everyone. We believe that Jesus Christ demonstrated what it means to be fully human. We demonstrate this through: Treating other people in ways that show they are important and valued. Avoiding impulsive, disruptive, and disrespectful behavior and seeing difficulties as opportunities for growth. Being dependable, reliable, and accountable for our actions. Committing to doing what is right and following tasks through to their completion. We seek to follow the example of Jesus Christ who came not to be served but to serve others and who gave his life that we might have eternal life. We demonstrate this through Being a part of something bigger than just the individual sharing resources, skills, and knowledge. Seeking to give, not just receive. Behaving in a manner that is genuine, believable, and trustworthy. Caring for the well-being of others. View full school
  2. Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College is a co-educational senior trade school that offers an alternative model to traditional schools. Year 11 and 12 students can focus on a vocational education pathway in a senior college environment. Students who complete the HSC and the first year of an Apprenticeship/Traineeship can earn while they learn. We provide a caring and nurturing environment. Each student has a Mentor who takes a close interest in the students' work and school life. Our Vision The Lord will be the sure foundation of your times, a rich source of salvation and wisdom, and knowledge. Our Mission is To be a positive, supportive and creative learning environment based on solid Christian foundations where students are encouraged and enabled to make wise choices for their future to achieve skilled employment. Feedback from parents, students, and visitors to the College confirms that Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College is a place where young people can start to reach their potential in their chosen career area. We believe in God, the creator of all things, and in His Son, Jesus Christ, whose death and resurrection bring us back into contact with God. We demonstrate this through: Knowing that God can guide, support, and sustain us throughout our lives. Understanding others, their needs, and how they are different from us. Acknowledging when others are hurt by our words or actions, and letting go of feelings against those who have hurt us. Following through on what we say we will do, and working together to make our College a better place for everyone. We believe that Jesus Christ demonstrated what it means to be fully human. We demonstrate this through: Treating other people in ways that show they are important and valued. Avoiding impulsive, disruptive, and disrespectful behavior and seeing difficulties as opportunities for growth. Being dependable, reliable, and accountable for our actions. Committing to doing what is right and following tasks through to their completion. We seek to follow the example of Jesus Christ who came not to be served but to serve others and who gave his life that we might have eternal life. We demonstrate this through Being a part of something bigger than just the individual sharing resources, skills, and knowledge. Seeking to give, not just receive. Behaving in a manner that is genuine, believable, and trustworthy. Caring for the well-being of others.
  3. Established in September 1983, Rueishiang was previously named“Kaohsiung Municipal Rueisiang Junior High School” It was reorganized in 1995 and was the first six-year high school in Kaohsiung. Now, it is a 30-year-old, co-educational school, including junior and senior high students. RSSH consists of Grade 7th–9th ( 13-15 years old) and Grade 10th-12th (16-18 years old). The total number of students is over 3000, including 63 junior high school classes and 27 senior high school classes. Through the cooperation and diligence of teachers and students, RSSH has achieved excellent performances in various fields of learning. The total area of RSSH is 4.9 hectares. Various tropical and subtropical plants flourish across the campus. Rueisiang High School is a campus filled with birdsong and floral fragrance and has an abundant and diverse learning environment. The buildings include eight main buildings and one multiple stadia. Professional training classrooms, e-conference rooms, well-equipped science labs, and computer labs, professional sports courts, and one international-standard swimming pool are available in RSSH. Also, the classrooms in senior high school are equipped with computers and an Internet facility. There are air-conditioners, projectors, digital microphone amplifiers in every classroom. E-learning is everywhere in RSSH. View full school
  4. Established in September 1983, Rueishiang was previously named“Kaohsiung Municipal Rueisiang Junior High School” It was reorganized in 1995 and was the first six-year high school in Kaohsiung. Now, it is a 30-year-old, co-educational school, including junior and senior high students. RSSH consists of Grade 7th–9th ( 13-15 years old) and Grade 10th-12th (16-18 years old). The total number of students is over 3000, including 63 junior high school classes and 27 senior high school classes. Through the cooperation and diligence of teachers and students, RSSH has achieved excellent performances in various fields of learning. The total area of RSSH is 4.9 hectares. Various tropical and subtropical plants flourish across the campus. Rueisiang High School is a campus filled with birdsong and floral fragrance and has an abundant and diverse learning environment. The buildings include eight main buildings and one multiple stadia. Professional training classrooms, e-conference rooms, well-equipped science labs, and computer labs, professional sports courts, and one international-standard swimming pool are available in RSSH. Also, the classrooms in senior high school are equipped with computers and an Internet facility. There are air-conditioners, projectors, digital microphone amplifiers in every classroom. E-learning is everywhere in RSSH.
  5. Our school was founded in September 1946, with the name "Taipei County Banqiao Junior High School." It is also called “Garden of Lindens”, for there are originally two ancient lindens, which are once known as one of the greatest scenes of “Ten Impressive Scenery of Banqiao.” In 1950, August, Banqiao Junior High School began to establish and turn into senior high school. Afterward, our school, including junior and senior high, was formally established in February 1952. The same year in August, it was further restructured and titled, "Taiwan Provincial Banqiao Senior High School." On February 1st, 2000, our school was renamed, "National Banqiao Senior High School." On January 1st, 2002, due to the rising status of New Taipei City from Taipei County, our school was then restructured into "New Taipei City Banqiao High School." There are 61 classes in total, which are composed of both male and female students. Among them, there are three classes for mathematically gifted students and one class for both mentally and physically disabled students. Banqiao Senior High School is an outstanding high school, with a simple and liberal learning style of students, profound knowledge and affluent teaching experience of teachers, and abundant resources for teaching facilities. It is a school of long history and the highest enrollment rate moreover, alumni of Banqiao Senior High all have great performance in various fields. Cultivate students of healthy personality with full development in principles of “Five ways of life”, especially the education in moral. Fertilize competence of further education training, lifelong learning, and the ability to research advanced academic and specialized knowledge. Cultivate students to be open-minded, bear magnificent, advocate freedom, have self-discipline, be self-government, persevere with determination, and have creative thinking and proper judgment. No matter how good the system and the program are, everything is empty without consensus and the support of every teacher in the school. All colleagues of Banqiao Senior High would build consensus with faithful and sincere communication, full participation and service, and professional leadership since it is the vision that stimulates the morale and enthusiasm of staff and students. The continuous improvement in administrative efficiency, curriculum development, teacher education and professional development, student learning, resource integration, etc. can make Banqiao Senior High School an institution of safety, humanities, natural science, technology, and art furthermore, it can make our students have board vision, fully-developed ability, and international view. View full school
  6. Our school was founded in September 1946, with the name "Taipei County Banqiao Junior High School." It is also called “Garden of Lindens”, for there are originally two ancient lindens, which are once known as one of the greatest scenes of “Ten Impressive Scenery of Banqiao.” In 1950, August, Banqiao Junior High School began to establish and turn into senior high school. Afterward, our school, including junior and senior high, was formally established in February 1952. The same year in August, it was further restructured and titled, "Taiwan Provincial Banqiao Senior High School." On February 1st, 2000, our school was renamed, "National Banqiao Senior High School." On January 1st, 2002, due to the rising status of New Taipei City from Taipei County, our school was then restructured into "New Taipei City Banqiao High School." There are 61 classes in total, which are composed of both male and female students. Among them, there are three classes for mathematically gifted students and one class for both mentally and physically disabled students. Banqiao Senior High School is an outstanding high school, with a simple and liberal learning style of students, profound knowledge and affluent teaching experience of teachers, and abundant resources for teaching facilities. It is a school of long history and the highest enrollment rate moreover, alumni of Banqiao Senior High all have great performance in various fields. Cultivate students of healthy personality with full development in principles of “Five ways of life”, especially the education in moral. Fertilize competence of further education training, lifelong learning, and the ability to research advanced academic and specialized knowledge. Cultivate students to be open-minded, bear magnificent, advocate freedom, have self-discipline, be self-government, persevere with determination, and have creative thinking and proper judgment. No matter how good the system and the program are, everything is empty without consensus and the support of every teacher in the school. All colleagues of Banqiao Senior High would build consensus with faithful and sincere communication, full participation and service, and professional leadership since it is the vision that stimulates the morale and enthusiasm of staff and students. The continuous improvement in administrative efficiency, curriculum development, teacher education and professional development, student learning, resource integration, etc. can make Banqiao Senior High School an institution of safety, humanities, natural science, technology, and art furthermore, it can make our students have board vision, fully-developed ability, and international view.
  7. The Indian Community School, Senior Branch, is housed in an excellent campus, centrally located in Salmiya. The ICSK, Senior Branch is a co-educational school for students of classes IX-XII. It is a unique institution, with the tradition of setting new records in academic excellence. The result-oriented teaching has been instrumental in the students securing top ranks in the AISS and AISSC examinations in Kuwait and the entire Gulf region also. The school enjoys a prominent position among all other CBSE schools in Kuwait. A team of highly motivated, dedicated teachers is the backbone of the institution. High-tech science laboratories equipped with the latest equipment are among the unparalleled facilities offered by Senior Branch. A well-laid basketball court and a huge auditorium are the pride of the school. Education is supplemented with a rich variety of co-curricular programs, giving an optimum opportunity to the students to develop and display their creative and cultural talents. Learning here is lively and student-oriented. We have adopted the new Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation program of the CBSE. Rote learning and memorization have been replaced by an emphasis on thinking skills and the continuous growth of students. CCE focuses on the holistic assessment of a learner which includes both scholastic and co-scholastic areas of learner growth with particular reference to attributes such as life skills, attitudes, and values, sports and games as well as co-curricular activities. It means interactive teaching, regularity of assessment, frequency of unit testing, diagnosis of learning gaps, use of corrective measures, retesting, and feedback of evidence to teachers and students for their self-evaluation. View full school
  8. The Indian Community School, Senior Branch, is housed in an excellent campus, centrally located in Salmiya. The ICSK, Senior Branch is a co-educational school for students of classes IX-XII. It is a unique institution, with the tradition of setting new records in academic excellence. The result-oriented teaching has been instrumental in the students securing top ranks in the AISS and AISSC examinations in Kuwait and the entire Gulf region also. The school enjoys a prominent position among all other CBSE schools in Kuwait. A team of highly motivated, dedicated teachers is the backbone of the institution. High-tech science laboratories equipped with the latest equipment are among the unparalleled facilities offered by Senior Branch. A well-laid basketball court and a huge auditorium are the pride of the school. Education is supplemented with a rich variety of co-curricular programs, giving an optimum opportunity to the students to develop and display their creative and cultural talents. Learning here is lively and student-oriented. We have adopted the new Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation program of the CBSE. Rote learning and memorization have been replaced by an emphasis on thinking skills and the continuous growth of students. CCE focuses on the holistic assessment of a learner which includes both scholastic and co-scholastic areas of learner growth with particular reference to attributes such as life skills, attitudes, and values, sports and games as well as co-curricular activities. It means interactive teaching, regularity of assessment, frequency of unit testing, diagnosis of learning gaps, use of corrective measures, retesting, and feedback of evidence to teachers and students for their self-evaluation.
  9. Our aim here in Belgrove Senior Girls’ School is to help each child to achieve her full potential. Together with her educational development, each child’s personal, emotional and social development is our priority. The building of each child’s self-esteem is of prime importance. We inculcate in our pupils’ good behavior patterns based on consideration, respect, and tolerance for others. We place a strong focus on fair and balanced communication as part of this behavioral model. We, as a school community, reject harmful unbalanced interactions and we insist on respect for all. This model encourages the development of empathy and assertiveness between all members of our school community. This includes not only student to student but staff to student, student to staff, staff to staff, parent to staff, and staff to parent. We aim to maintain a safe and happy environment for our pupils, with a positive atmosphere of encouragement and praise. Belgrove Senior Girls’ School first opened in our present building in 1969/70. However, the origins of our school go back quite a bit further. Our school has a dedicated and hard-working Board of Management, which meets regularly. The Board has eight members, with equal representation from the Patron, the Teaching Staff, Parents, and the wider community. Belgrove Senior Girls’ School is a Catholic Primary School operating within the rules of the Dept. of Education and Skills and under the patronage of the Archbishop of Dublin. The girls are prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation. This year the School Staff comprises the Principal, fifteen Class Teachers, three SET teachers (Special Education Team), and visiting SET teachers which make up the remainder of GAM (General Allocation Model) hours. Currently, we have 3 full-time Special Needs Assistants, a School Secretary, a Caretaker, and a Classroom Assistant. View full school
  10. Our aim here in Belgrove Senior Girls’ School is to help each child to achieve her full potential. Together with her educational development, each child’s personal, emotional and social development is our priority. The building of each child’s self-esteem is of prime importance. We inculcate in our pupils’ good behavior patterns based on consideration, respect, and tolerance for others. We place a strong focus on fair and balanced communication as part of this behavioral model. We, as a school community, reject harmful unbalanced interactions and we insist on respect for all. This model encourages the development of empathy and assertiveness between all members of our school community. This includes not only student to student but staff to student, student to staff, staff to staff, parent to staff, and staff to parent. We aim to maintain a safe and happy environment for our pupils, with a positive atmosphere of encouragement and praise. Belgrove Senior Girls’ School first opened in our present building in 1969/70. However, the origins of our school go back quite a bit further. Our school has a dedicated and hard-working Board of Management, which meets regularly. The Board has eight members, with equal representation from the Patron, the Teaching Staff, Parents, and the wider community. Belgrove Senior Girls’ School is a Catholic Primary School operating within the rules of the Dept. of Education and Skills and under the patronage of the Archbishop of Dublin. The girls are prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation. This year the School Staff comprises the Principal, fifteen Class Teachers, three SET teachers (Special Education Team), and visiting SET teachers which make up the remainder of GAM (General Allocation Model) hours. Currently, we have 3 full-time Special Needs Assistants, a School Secretary, a Caretaker, and a Classroom Assistant.
  11. St. Catherine’s Senior School caters to girls from second class to sixth class. We are a fifteen-teacher school, including S.E.T. teachers and a Home School Community Liaison Teacher. St. Catherine’s Senior School is a primary school situated on Ratoath Road in Cabra West, Dublin 7. The school occupies the first floor of the building, which was built by the Dominican Sisters in 1944. The school hall is shared with the Infant School on the ground floor. In April 2006, the Dominican sisters transferred the school to the Laurence O’Toole Trust, under the patronage of The Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin. St. Catherine’s continues to preserve the Dominican tradition of education aiming to develop each girl to her full potential – academically, spiritually, socially, and emotionally, in a spirit of trust and truth. There are currently ten mainstream classes and three S.E.T. teachers in the school. A Home School Community Liaison Coordinator is shared, as is the School Completion Coordinator. As a feeder school for St. Dominic’s College, sixth class pupils usually transfer there for their secondary school education. Parents are encouraged to become involved in the life of the school and their children’s learning. Several courses are organized by the H.S.C.L. Coordinator including cookery (with a focus on healthy, cost-saving meals), fitness classes, and computer classes. There is a parent and toddler group also. Parents are involved in Maths for Fun, Story Sacks, and paired reading initiatives. The school has developed a strong link with the local Library and is a member of CBI (Children’s Books Ireland). The school has for the fifth year running received a Plaque of Excellence for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths. Our School has a large PE hall, which can cater to a range of sporting activities. The hall is also used for Christmas concerts, events, and school activities that involve the entire school population. There is also a large playground, which provides ample space for children to play and engage in playground games. The playground is separated into class groupings for safety. St. Catherine’s is a Catholic school in the Dominican tradition. We are inspired by our school Motto ‘Veritas’, which means ‘Truth’ and we aim to educate our pupils for life, helping them to reach their full potential, and use their gifts and talents to build a just and peaceful world. View full school
  12. St. Catherine’s Senior School caters to girls from second class to sixth class. We are a fifteen-teacher school, including S.E.T. teachers and a Home School Community Liaison Teacher. St. Catherine’s Senior School is a primary school situated on Ratoath Road in Cabra West, Dublin 7. The school occupies the first floor of the building, which was built by the Dominican Sisters in 1944. The school hall is shared with the Infant School on the ground floor. In April 2006, the Dominican sisters transferred the school to the Laurence O’Toole Trust, under the patronage of The Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin. St. Catherine’s continues to preserve the Dominican tradition of education aiming to develop each girl to her full potential – academically, spiritually, socially, and emotionally, in a spirit of trust and truth. There are currently ten mainstream classes and three S.E.T. teachers in the school. A Home School Community Liaison Coordinator is shared, as is the School Completion Coordinator. As a feeder school for St. Dominic’s College, sixth class pupils usually transfer there for their secondary school education. Parents are encouraged to become involved in the life of the school and their children’s learning. Several courses are organized by the H.S.C.L. Coordinator including cookery (with a focus on healthy, cost-saving meals), fitness classes, and computer classes. There is a parent and toddler group also. Parents are involved in Maths for Fun, Story Sacks, and paired reading initiatives. The school has developed a strong link with the local Library and is a member of CBI (Children’s Books Ireland). The school has for the fifth year running received a Plaque of Excellence for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths. Our School has a large PE hall, which can cater to a range of sporting activities. The hall is also used for Christmas concerts, events, and school activities that involve the entire school population. There is also a large playground, which provides ample space for children to play and engage in playground games. The playground is separated into class groupings for safety. St. Catherine’s is a Catholic school in the Dominican tradition. We are inspired by our school Motto ‘Veritas’, which means ‘Truth’ and we aim to educate our pupils for life, helping them to reach their full potential, and use their gifts and talents to build a just and peaceful world.
  13. St. Louis Senior Primary School is a co-educational Primary School, catering to students from Second to Sixth class, in which we strive to provide a well-ordered, caring, happy, and secure environment where learning opportunities abound. Our school fosters a welcoming, positive and inclusive climate where values of self-worth, equality, and understanding are cherished and promoted. We endeavor to enhance the self-esteem of all within our school, imbuing in our pupil's respect for themselves and others and developing in them the concept of civic responsibility. St. Louis Senior Primary School was founded by the St. Louis Sisters in 1939. The school is centrally located in Rathmines and serves the parish of Rathmines and surrounding areas. We are a mainstream, co-educational school. The school caters to pupils aged between seven and twelve. The Senior School was originally a convent and catered for girls only until 1984 when it became co-educational thus providing education for boys also. Our school provides Religious Education by the practices and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, but we are respectful of and cherish other Religious beliefs within our school. We welcome pupils of all faith, including those of none. We promote an appreciation and love of Irish culture and language while also forging a knowledge of and respect for other cultures within our school. Our school motto is “Growing and Learning Together” and this is our mission as we prepare our pupils for lifelong learning and further education. St. Louis Senior School is a Catholic School and we have close links with the local Parish in Rathmines. The school endeavors to create a welcoming environment, in which the children feel secure and valued. We strive to maintain the highest standard of excellence in education, which has been the long, proud and respected tradition of St. Louis Schools. We endeavor to promote the true value and dignity of each person in the school, respect diversity, and grow and work together as a learning community. St. Louis Senior Primary School is a mainstream, co-educational, Catholic Primary School. The school strives to provide a well-ordered, caring, and secure atmosphere where the intellectual, spiritual, physical, moral, and cultural needs of the pupils are identified and nurtured. We value the uniqueness of each child and seek to develop the child’s potential. We aim to help pupils to be happy and confident, to be interested and concerned about people and the world around them, and to see learning as a lifelong experience. We endeavor to promote the true value and dignity of each person in the school, to respect diversity and difference, and to grow and work together as a learning community. View full school
  14. St. Louis Senior Primary School is a co-educational Primary School, catering to students from Second to Sixth class, in which we strive to provide a well-ordered, caring, happy, and secure environment where learning opportunities abound. Our school fosters a welcoming, positive and inclusive climate where values of self-worth, equality, and understanding are cherished and promoted. We endeavor to enhance the self-esteem of all within our school, imbuing in our pupil's respect for themselves and others and developing in them the concept of civic responsibility. St. Louis Senior Primary School was founded by the St. Louis Sisters in 1939. The school is centrally located in Rathmines and serves the parish of Rathmines and surrounding areas. We are a mainstream, co-educational school. The school caters to pupils aged between seven and twelve. The Senior School was originally a convent and catered for girls only until 1984 when it became co-educational thus providing education for boys also. Our school provides Religious Education by the practices and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, but we are respectful of and cherish other Religious beliefs within our school. We welcome pupils of all faith, including those of none. We promote an appreciation and love of Irish culture and language while also forging a knowledge of and respect for other cultures within our school. Our school motto is “Growing and Learning Together” and this is our mission as we prepare our pupils for lifelong learning and further education. St. Louis Senior School is a Catholic School and we have close links with the local Parish in Rathmines. The school endeavors to create a welcoming environment, in which the children feel secure and valued. We strive to maintain the highest standard of excellence in education, which has been the long, proud and respected tradition of St. Louis Schools. We endeavor to promote the true value and dignity of each person in the school, respect diversity, and grow and work together as a learning community. St. Louis Senior Primary School is a mainstream, co-educational, Catholic Primary School. The school strives to provide a well-ordered, caring, and secure atmosphere where the intellectual, spiritual, physical, moral, and cultural needs of the pupils are identified and nurtured. We value the uniqueness of each child and seek to develop the child’s potential. We aim to help pupils to be happy and confident, to be interested and concerned about people and the world around them, and to see learning as a lifelong experience. We endeavor to promote the true value and dignity of each person in the school, to respect diversity and difference, and to grow and work together as a learning community.
  15. We endeavor to provide a happy, secure environment so that all children will progress with enjoyment and develop an eagerness to learn. Opportunities occur during the year for you to visit the school and to discuss your child’s progress with the class teacher. We actively encourage and promote parental involvement in the school. When parents, guardians, teachers, and management are working together, the children flourish. The school enjoys the ongoing support of the Parents’ Committee. The school encourages punctuality but accepts that late arrivals do and will happen, but it is most important that lateness does not prevent attendance. A note should be written to the teacher to explain all pupil absences on the first day after the child returns. Please write the note in the section at the back of your son's homework diary. It should be noted that St. John Bosco's must report absences over 20 days under the 2000 Education (Welfare) Act. St. John Bosco’s Senior Boys NS is a primary school providing primary education to pupils from Second to Sixth Class. By the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools 2017, and Tusla Guidance on the preparation of Child Safeguarding Statements, the Board of Management of St. John Bosco’s Senior Boys NS has agreed the Child Safeguarding Statement set out in this document. The Board of Management recognizes that child protection and welfare considerations permeate all aspects of school life and must be reflected in all of the school’s policies, procedures, practices, and activities In policies, procedures, practices, and activities, the school will adhere to the following principles of best practice in child protection and welfare. This Acceptable Use Policy aims to ensure that pupils will benefit from learning opportunities offered by the school's Internet resources safely and effectively. Internet use and access are considered a school resource and privilege. Before signing, the AUP should be read carefully to indicate that the conditions of use are accepted and understood. This version of the AUP was created in November 2016 by the Staff and Board of Management of Saint John Bosco National School. View full school
  16. We endeavor to provide a happy, secure environment so that all children will progress with enjoyment and develop an eagerness to learn. Opportunities occur during the year for you to visit the school and to discuss your child’s progress with the class teacher. We actively encourage and promote parental involvement in the school. When parents, guardians, teachers, and management are working together, the children flourish. The school enjoys the ongoing support of the Parents’ Committee. The school encourages punctuality but accepts that late arrivals do and will happen, but it is most important that lateness does not prevent attendance. A note should be written to the teacher to explain all pupil absences on the first day after the child returns. Please write the note in the section at the back of your son's homework diary. It should be noted that St. John Bosco's must report absences over 20 days under the 2000 Education (Welfare) Act. St. John Bosco’s Senior Boys NS is a primary school providing primary education to pupils from Second to Sixth Class. By the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools 2017, and Tusla Guidance on the preparation of Child Safeguarding Statements, the Board of Management of St. John Bosco’s Senior Boys NS has agreed the Child Safeguarding Statement set out in this document. The Board of Management recognizes that child protection and welfare considerations permeate all aspects of school life and must be reflected in all of the school’s policies, procedures, practices, and activities In policies, procedures, practices, and activities, the school will adhere to the following principles of best practice in child protection and welfare. This Acceptable Use Policy aims to ensure that pupils will benefit from learning opportunities offered by the school's Internet resources safely and effectively. Internet use and access are considered a school resource and privilege. Before signing, the AUP should be read carefully to indicate that the conditions of use are accepted and understood. This version of the AUP was created in November 2016 by the Staff and Board of Management of Saint John Bosco National School.
  17. Alpha Omega Senior College (AOSC) is a modern coeducational High School for year’s 7-12 students that was established in 2011. AOSC values academic excellence and provides a progressive education in a dynamic and caring educational environment. A comprehensive curriculum is taught by highly qualified specialist teachers to provide all students with an unrivaled opportunity to achieve their full educational potential. Our school motto is Belief – Action – Change. We believe these are the steps to a successful schooling life and a successful life beyond the classroom. We aim to produce quality students who have engaged citizens with the knowledge, skills, and capacity to meet the challenges of a changing world. In a fast-paced world where children often feel overwhelmed, our student-focused PD program allows students to unwind and get in touch with what’s important to them. A weekly PD session provides students with the opportunity to develop their skill set, challenge their thoughts and stir their conscience. We are now a year 7-12 school, and to celebrate we are giving away over $40,000 worth of scholarships to 8 students. Click below to apply for a scholarship now. We’ve always been impressed by the remarkable academic and personal growth our students make in just two years at Alpha! Can you imagine the possibilities available if Alpha could teach your child from as early as year 7? It’s time to stop imagining, 7-12 is nowhere at Alpha! View full school
  18. Alpha Omega Senior College (AOSC) is a modern coeducational High School for year’s 7-12 students that was established in 2011. AOSC values academic excellence and provides a progressive education in a dynamic and caring educational environment. A comprehensive curriculum is taught by highly qualified specialist teachers to provide all students with an unrivaled opportunity to achieve their full educational potential. Our school motto is Belief – Action – Change. We believe these are the steps to a successful schooling life and a successful life beyond the classroom. We aim to produce quality students who have engaged citizens with the knowledge, skills, and capacity to meet the challenges of a changing world. In a fast-paced world where children often feel overwhelmed, our student-focused PD program allows students to unwind and get in touch with what’s important to them. A weekly PD session provides students with the opportunity to develop their skill set, challenge their thoughts and stir their conscience. We are now a year 7-12 school, and to celebrate we are giving away over $40,000 worth of scholarships to 8 students. Click below to apply for a scholarship now. We’ve always been impressed by the remarkable academic and personal growth our students make in just two years at Alpha! Can you imagine the possibilities available if Alpha could teach your child from as early as year 7? It’s time to stop imagining, 7-12 is nowhere at Alpha!
  19. As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. We are a caring and fully inclusive community. We strive to allow all our students to fulfill and achieve their true potential. The core value of our message is that of the Gospel message every student has a talent, God-given gifts, a calling to love their neighbor as themselves and all whom we meet in life are a reflection of the image of Christ. We have a passion to mold and inspire women leaders of the future, instilled with the Gospel values of justice, equality, and love. Our caring and committed staff recognize the importance of creative and exciting teaching and how this contributes to student achievement. Our young people leave school with the tools to solve problems for themselves, understand both their rights and responsibilities and are prepared for challenging further study post-18. We recognize that our students have unique strengths and talents and encourage them to explore and develop these in our very supportive environment. We firmly believe that for your daughter to achieve her aspirations, her learning is best supported by a very strong partnership with parents/carers. Virgo Fidelis' strong pastoral care will ensure that your daughter has appropriate support throughout her time with us. Virgo Fidelis Catholic School affirms that the curriculum as a whole is religious since there is nothing, which does not ultimately relate to God. The curriculum in all aspects, therefore, reflects the fact the Christ is the foundation of the whole educational enterprise. Virgo Fidelis believes that each pupil is both unique and equal to others regardless of sex, nationality, color, creed, class, intellectual ability, or disability. It is the intention that all relationships at Virgo Fidelis are conducted in a Spirit of Love and Understanding. Virgo Fidelis inspires each pupil with Faith, Hope, justice, and Love, which enable her to recognize that she belongs to the human family, and encourage the growth and development of the whole person. We hope, through encouraging each girl to develop her aptitudes, to implant in her mind a strong personal desire to improve, and hence to succeed.
  20. Lubavitch Senior Girls’ School is a strictly orthodox, small secondary school for girls only, based in Stamford Hill, Hackney. The school became voluntary-aided in June 2012 and there are approximately 120 students on roll. It serves the Orthodox Jewish community and caters specifically, but not exclusively, to families who follow Chabad Lubavitch customs and traditions. Most students come from North and North West London, and some girls travel from the surrounding areas including Edgware, Luton, and Wimbledon as well as further afield such as Oxford, Brighton, Solihull, Dublin, and Bournemouth. Lubavitch Senior Girls' School aims to inspire its pupils to become true and responsible representatives of Torah Judaism and Chabad Chassidism as expounded in the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of blessed memory. Admission to the school is open to any girl eligible as a Jew by the ruling of a recognized Rabbinic Authority. LSGS promotes British values of democracy, rule of law, liberty, tolerance, and mutual respect as well as preparing our young women for life in modern Britain. The school encourages pupils to further their education in Seminary and further education, to enhance their moral and spiritual status, and to be able to make a meaningful contribution to society at large. Lubavitch Senior Girls’ School approaches the promotion of Fundamental British Values in line with the Government’s PREVENT theme of the anti-terrorist strategy CONTEST. These British Values are democracy individual liberty the rule of law mutual respect tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. Each is defined below and placed in a school context with examples. It is, without question, everyone’s duty to ensure they do not undermine these fundamental British values as detailed in the current Teacher Standards Part Two: Personal and Professional Conduct. A signed note from a parent or guardian must be produced on return to school, stating the reason for any absence or late arrival. Students arriving late, without a suitable note, may be sent home. Where the absence was due to a contagious illness, a doctor’s note must be produced stating that the illness is no longer infectious. Students are not permitted to leave the premises during normal school hours. Dental or medical appointments should be made outside of normal school hours, or at least at the beginning or end of the day. Notice of these must of course is given in advance. In exceptional cases where you are considering taking a holiday in term time please complete this form and return it to school at least 14 days before the date you wish to remove your child from school. Learning is bolstered and sustained in the presence of a positive and cheerful atmosphere. This occurs when our pupils act within established guidelines of behavior. Although school discipline may involve challenging components, the overall goal is to develop good Middos in our pupils and to prepare them for a lifetime of working and co-operating with others. The parent's role in discipline is vital. We appreciate the insight and support of parents when working to develop self-discipline in our Pupils. Our rules are reasonable and designed to breed a positive learning environment. When these rules are followed. On entering the Sixth Form at LSGS, students start to consider their future beyond school. We aim to give them the independence, confidence, and knowledge to succeed in whichever path they choose. During their time in the Sixth Form, we help our students to learn to take responsibility for themselves - academically and personally - in preparation for the greater freedoms of life after school. They enjoy a range of freedoms and privileges but within the support of the school structure. The School Play is an important part of the life of a student at the School. The Play is generally presented annually, in the Winter term. The show is a chance for girls to show their creative side and is always an enjoyable night. There are also various Musical Shows and Presentations which might take place at appropriate times in the School calendar. The values which are promoted at LSGS are based on Orthodox Jewish teaching, expressed in the Torah, and particularly as expounded by Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson (the Lubavitcher Rebbe, 1902-1994), who sought to demonstrate the relevance of Torah to our modern age. These values closely coincide with fundamental British Values. Proper Torah education acknowledges that Judaism should not be lived in a vacuum. The Torah and its Commandments are for the real world and are to be practiced in the real world. Indeed, Torah is fulfilled in the best way when it informs one’s interaction with the world and with all of its inhabitants. Hence the Jewish Studies section of the school curriculum supports and enhances the General (secular) studies, and vice-versa. An important aspect of Jewish teaching concerns ‘Middos’, which can be translated as ethics and values. Middos education permeates the life of the school, and fully supports, and is supported by, the promotion of Fundamental British Values.
  21. Welcome to Kent College and our school community. Located on the outskirts of the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury, our school is proud both of its 130 years of history and tradition and of its forward-looking, innovative approach to education. We are a school deeply rooted in the Christian Methodist tradition that welcomes all pupils of every faith and none, and celebrates diversity in all aspects of our school life. ‘Do all the good you can do’ is a guiding principle, and one that allows pupils to grow and develop into confident young adults, aware of their responsibilities and their place in the world. Kent College has a reputation as a friendly school. It is most definitely a place where teachers get to know the pupils and have the time and space to give individual attention, both academically and pastorally. While it is a non-selective school, our students consistently achieve excellent academic results at GCSE, A level, and in the International Baccalaureate. We also offer a wide range of additional support for pupils including English language teaching in our International Study Centre, and a specialist dyslexia unit. We were delighted that at our most recent full inspection (in 2015), the Independent Schools Inspectorate judged the school to be ‘excellent’ in every aspect – the highest grade possible. Sport, Music, and Drama all play a major role in our school life and offer opportunities for everyone, from beginners to elite-level performers. We also offer a wide-ranging variety of activities and clubs, as well as the opportunity to work on our School Farm. All of these extra-curricular activities feed into the much wider theme that informs everything we do: that young people who feel good about themselves do well, whatever their chosen path may be. Kent College has always enjoyed a reputation as a, particularly friendly and welcoming school. This is a tradition the School is very anxious to maintain and strengthen, so a clearly articulated mission statement and a widely circulated set of aims and values are an important element in pursuing this goal. Please see these statements as much more than pious platitudes. At Kent College, we genuinely try to live by them. The aims of Kent College are to: Be a caring Christian family community committed to the development of the full potential of each individual: Maintain high educational standards in all academic, cultural, and sporting activities, stimulating high excitement in learning and requiring discipline in study whatever the ability of the child Work with and in the communities it serves Worship as Christians in the Methodist tradition and uphold Christian values in practice as well as in theory, whilst welcoming members of other faiths (and none) in a spirit of openness and tolerance and to make religious education a strong feature of the curriculum Encourage pupils in a critical examination of the standards and values current in society and to discover and develop personal faith and spiritual values to guide them through their lives. At Kent College, we value: An understanding of Christian values and a nurturing of moral responsibilities and behavior regardless of age or background Close co-operation between parents, pupils, and staff Enthusiasm, endeavor, and self-discipline in all that we do The academic rigor at all levels of activity A commitment to striving for improvement and the pursuit of truth Curiosity, critical awareness, and responsibility Fairness, trust, and confidence in our dealings with one another Initiative, creativity, and tenacity in the search for personal growth Qualities of loyalty, leadership, and support Tolerance and respect for others no matter what their differences.
  22. Yesodey Hatorah Girls School is a three-form entry, Charedi orthodox Jewish maintained Voluntary Aided girls secondary school located in Stamford Hill, in the London Borough of Hackney. We serve the Jewish communities of Stamford Hill and its wider area. Our core values and ethos, guided by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, discourage the use of online communication and Internet use wherever possible. This site, therefore, holds only statutory and other basic information about the school. The school is rooted in and firmly based on Torah values which are combined with the National Curriculum to offer a broad and balanced education. Central importance is given to The Charedi Jewish identity. This underpins all aspects of the school. Learning experiences provided will be rooted in the tenet of Torah observance and based on guidance from the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations. Emphasis will be placed on Tznius (modesty), self-discipline, excellence, and creativity. Teaching will be informed by purposeful and careful assessment of need. We favor mixed ability teaching and recognize that for some areas, for example, mathematics, girls will be grouped into sets according to ability. All aspects of achievement, the academic, creative and personal are valued. The curriculum will be supported by a skilled and responsive staff team working with shared approaches to teaching and learning. The promotion of respect and good middos and behavior is an integral part of the school’s ethos. The Behaviour Policy exists to support this aim both during and out of school hours, where a pupil's behavior adversely affects the reputation of the school. This policy should be read in conjunction with the school’s Exclusion policy. The focus of this policy is on positive measures which can be used to encourage and reinforce good behavior within the school. Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls School strives to educate all its pupils within an environment where the Jewish traditions of learning, truth, justice, respect, and community are promoted. Consequently, the overall aim of this policy is to safeguard and promote the welfare of the children in our care. We aim to provide a safe environment in which children can learn and develop. Our policy applies to all staff, governors, and volunteers working in the school. Yesodey Hatorah School is a school with religious designation which exists to meet the needs of Charedi Jewish families who desire a Charedi Jewish education for their daughters. The school seeks to provide a broad and balanced education based on Torah values combined with the National Curriculum. All Charedi girls will be expected to abide by the principles and ethics of the Charedi community as guided by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, and all other pupils will be expected to respect the observance of Charedi principles by Charedi girls while in school or participating in school activities and behave accordingly. The highest possible standards of mutual respect between all pupils are a critical part of the School’s ethos. Yesodey Hatorah is a community and all those directly connected (staff, governors, parents, families, and students) have an essential role to play in making it safe and secure. Yesodey Hatorah recognizes our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children. Yesodey Hatorah recognizes the importance of providing an ethos and environment within school that will help children to feel safe, secure, and respected encourage them to talk openly, and enable them to feel confident that they will be listened to. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection, and justice. The school is aware of its obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and complies with non-discrimination provisions. Where relevant, our policies include reference to the importance of avoiding discrimination and other prohibited conduct. Staff and governors are regularly reminded of their responsibilities under the Equality Act, for example during meetings. Where this has been discussed during a meeting it is recorded in the meeting minutes. New staff receives training on the Equality Act as part of their induction, and all staff receives refresher training every August. The school has an equality link governor. They regularly liaise regarding any issues and make senior leaders and governors aware of these as appropriate. Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls’ School seeks to meet the needs of Charedi Jewish families in Stamford Hill who desire a Charedi Jewish education for their daughters. The school seeks to provide a broad and balanced education based on Torah values combined with the National Curriculum. We are a high-achieving school where every student matters and is encouraged to reach her true potential. Our ethos and values are to provide high-quality education and support to the girls within our community. All girls will need to abide by the principles and ethics of our Charedi community. To be part of the school community you must lead an extremely modest way of life dictated by the highest moral and ethical values. Every aspect of school life is governed by the codes of Torah observance. Students are expected not to have any access to any inappropriate media and parents will ensure that their children have no access to the internet and any other media which do not meet the stringent moral criteria of our Charedi community. Girls will also dress at all times by the strictest standards of Tzinus (modesty) as laid down by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations. Our Charedi community is guided by the authority of the aforementioned Rabbinate. View full school
  23. Yesodey Hatorah Girls School is a three-form entry, Charedi orthodox Jewish maintained Voluntary Aided girls secondary school located in Stamford Hill, in the London Borough of Hackney. We serve the Jewish communities of Stamford Hill and its wider area. Our core values and ethos, guided by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, discourage the use of online communication and Internet use wherever possible. This site, therefore, holds only statutory and other basic information about the school. The school is rooted in and firmly based on Torah values which are combined with the National Curriculum to offer a broad and balanced education. Central importance is given to The Charedi Jewish identity. This underpins all aspects of the school. Learning experiences provided will be rooted in the tenet of Torah observance and based on guidance from the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations. Emphasis will be placed on Tznius (modesty), self-discipline, excellence, and creativity. Teaching will be informed by purposeful and careful assessment of need. We favor mixed ability teaching and recognize that for some areas, for example, mathematics, girls will be grouped into sets according to ability. All aspects of achievement, the academic, creative and personal are valued. The curriculum will be supported by a skilled and responsive staff team working with shared approaches to teaching and learning. The promotion of respect and good middos and behavior is an integral part of the school’s ethos. The Behaviour Policy exists to support this aim both during and out of school hours, where a pupil's behavior adversely affects the reputation of the school. This policy should be read in conjunction with the school’s Exclusion policy. The focus of this policy is on positive measures which can be used to encourage and reinforce good behavior within the school. Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls School strives to educate all its pupils within an environment where the Jewish traditions of learning, truth, justice, respect, and community are promoted. Consequently, the overall aim of this policy is to safeguard and promote the welfare of the children in our care. We aim to provide a safe environment in which children can learn and develop. Our policy applies to all staff, governors, and volunteers working in the school. Yesodey Hatorah School is a school with religious designation which exists to meet the needs of Charedi Jewish families who desire a Charedi Jewish education for their daughters. The school seeks to provide a broad and balanced education based on Torah values combined with the National Curriculum. All Charedi girls will be expected to abide by the principles and ethics of the Charedi community as guided by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, and all other pupils will be expected to respect the observance of Charedi principles by Charedi girls while in school or participating in school activities and behave accordingly. The highest possible standards of mutual respect between all pupils are a critical part of the School’s ethos. Yesodey Hatorah is a community and all those directly connected (staff, governors, parents, families, and students) have an essential role to play in making it safe and secure. Yesodey Hatorah recognizes our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children. Yesodey Hatorah recognizes the importance of providing an ethos and environment within school that will help children to feel safe, secure, and respected encourage them to talk openly, and enable them to feel confident that they will be listened to. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection, and justice. The school is aware of its obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and complies with non-discrimination provisions. Where relevant, our policies include reference to the importance of avoiding discrimination and other prohibited conduct. Staff and governors are regularly reminded of their responsibilities under the Equality Act, for example during meetings. Where this has been discussed during a meeting it is recorded in the meeting minutes. New staff receives training on the Equality Act as part of their induction, and all staff receives refresher training every August. The school has an equality link governor. They regularly liaise regarding any issues and make senior leaders and governors aware of these as appropriate. Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls’ School seeks to meet the needs of Charedi Jewish families in Stamford Hill who desire a Charedi Jewish education for their daughters. The school seeks to provide a broad and balanced education based on Torah values combined with the National Curriculum. We are a high-achieving school where every student matters and is encouraged to reach her true potential. Our ethos and values are to provide high-quality education and support to the girls within our community. All girls will need to abide by the principles and ethics of our Charedi community. To be part of the school community you must lead an extremely modest way of life dictated by the highest moral and ethical values. Every aspect of school life is governed by the codes of Torah observance. Students are expected not to have any access to any inappropriate media and parents will ensure that their children have no access to the internet and any other media which do not meet the stringent moral criteria of our Charedi community. Girls will also dress at all times by the strictest standards of Tzinus (modesty) as laid down by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations. Our Charedi community is guided by the authority of the aforementioned Rabbinate.
  24. As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. We are a caring and fully inclusive community. We strive to allow all our students to fulfill and achieve their true potential. The core value of our message is that of the Gospel message every student has a talent, God-given gifts, a calling to love their neighbor as themselves and all whom we meet in life are a reflection of the image of Christ. We have a passion to mold and inspire women leaders of the future, instilled with the Gospel values of justice, equality, and love. Our caring and committed staff recognize the importance of creative and exciting teaching and how this contributes to student achievement. Our young people leave school with the tools to solve problems for themselves, understand both their rights and responsibilities and are prepared for challenging further study post-18. We recognize that our students have unique strengths and talents and encourage them to explore and develop these in our very supportive environment. We firmly believe that for your daughter to achieve her aspirations, her learning is best supported by a very strong partnership with parents/carers. Virgo Fidelis' strong pastoral care will ensure that your daughter has appropriate support throughout her time with us. Virgo Fidelis Catholic School affirms that the curriculum as a whole is religious since there is nothing, which does not ultimately relate to God. The curriculum in all aspects, therefore, reflects the fact the Christ is the foundation of the whole educational enterprise. Virgo Fidelis believes that each pupil is both unique and equal to others regardless of sex, nationality, color, creed, class, intellectual ability, or disability. It is the intention that all relationships at Virgo Fidelis are conducted in a Spirit of Love and Understanding. Virgo Fidelis inspires each pupil with Faith, Hope, justice, and Love, which enable her to recognize that she belongs to the human family, and encourage the growth and development of the whole person. We hope, through encouraging each girl to develop her aptitudes, to implant in her mind a strong personal desire to improve, and hence to succeed. View full school
  25. North Bridge House Senior School and Sixth Form Canonbury is a co-educational day school for Year 7 to Year 13 students in North London. North Bridge House Canonbury provides a unique, high-quality education, delivered by inspirational teachers in state-of-the-art facilities. The Tudor building has been beautifully restored to provide a contemporary learning environment in a prime London location, easily accessible by a range of public transport links. At North Bridge House Canonbury we are dedicated to providing our students with an outstanding education and to developing happy, confident young adults with the skills to become future leaders. Thanks to the small class sizes we can tailor our teaching and support to meet the needs of every child. With experts continuing to shed ever-more light on teenage learning patterns and the stages of their brain development, we believe that by effectively harnessing this research we can maximize the potential of each individual. The focus on academic excellence is complemented by first-class pastoral care and attention to the learning needs of every child. Both are experienced Learning Support Co-ordinators and SENCO are members of the school’s Senior Leadership Team, thereby ensuring our commitment to an inclusive curriculum and teaching strategies attuned to the needs of the whole school community. Our Aims: To celebrate each child as an individual To have a happy school with a friendly, family atmosphere To provide a secure and nurturing environment where children learn tolerance, consideration, and respect for others To help every child fulfill their potential through dedicated and inspirational teaching To educate the whole child by offering a wide variety of academic, sporting, and extra-curricular activities At North Bridge House Nursery, we have always believed in the importance of celebrating the individual and, as such, have built our long-standing success on maintaining an environment in which our pupils are happy, confident, and proud of their achievements. At North Bridge House Canonbury, we have created a broad and varied curriculum that prepares students for the shifting global job market. Specialist options complement the balanced range of core subjects for every year group so that from the outset of their senior education, students have the opportunity to pursue sought-after fields of interest. North Bridge House Canonbury is an ‘Outstanding’ independent Sixth Form in Islington, dedicated to understanding teens and helping you maximize your A-Level success. Our Sixth Form, a leafy retreat just minutes from Islington’s trendy Upper Street, bridges the gap between school and adulthood. The historic Tudor building lends itself to the mature environment in which students appreciate greater independence, whilst we continue to recognize and support your teen needs. As part of a small Sixth Form community, you will take greater responsibility for your learning but will find one-to-one support readily available across the curriculum, together with UCAS, university, and careers guidance. From the later start time – scheduled around your adolescent brain development – to the Bring Your Device initiative, our unique and contemporary approach sets you apart as senior members of the School, preparing you for your next steps in life. We offer boys and girls an extensive range of A-Level courses at Sixth Form. In addition to our firm offering of Humanities, Sciences, Languages and the Arts, we will run new subjects each year given sufficient demand – part of our tailored approach to meeting our students’ needs. View full school
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