Thank you for taking an interest in our school; I hope that our website provides a flavour of the work that we do.
We are a caring, friendly and inclusive school with a fast developing reputation for academic excellence. Our success is founded on a wonderful staff team, a clear focus on learning and a desire to develop high aspirations in our students. We are lucky to work in modern accommodation on an attractive site that provides a superb environment for learning.
Our students are treated as individuals, supported by a strong pastoral system and given access to a wide range of extra-curricular activities. We want our students to leave school with excellent qualifications, high standards of literacy and ambitious plans for the future; above all we want them to have enjoyed school, grown in confidence and to have developed a love of learning.
We aim to match the achievements of the best schools in the country and we are determined to do so without losing the friendly, supportive and inclusive ethos that makes this school so special.
The exam results our students receive demonstrate the impact of our work, for the last three years our results have been well above national and local averages on all key indicators, with 70% of our students in summer 2014 achieving at least 5 A* to C grades including English and Maths. More details of our 2014 results are available here.
Admissions to our school are handled by Derbyshire County Council, you can get more details here.
We are always delighted to welcome visitors, please contact us if you would like to arrange a visit or would like further information about any aspect of our work.
More than 100 local primary school pupils and parents enjoyed an evening of lunar and planetary observations as they joined staff and students from Chapel-en-le-Frith High School for the school’s recent Moonwatch evening. The event, hosted by the school’s Science department and their GCSE astronomy group, allowed the young astronomers and members of the public to explore the finer details of the lunar surface and experience some of the delights of stargazing.
School Book Fair
I would thank to thank all parents, carers and pupils for your huge support for our annual Book fair. We sold a total amount of £612.97 worth of books which gave us a value of £306 of free books for our school library.
Once again I would like to thank you. Enjoy your books!!
Mrs J Basnett
See the latest newsletter for more details of events.
|Friday 6 February||Break up for half term|
|Tuesday 17 February||Year 8 PSHE day|
|Wednesday 18 February||Music Showcase 2 - 7.00 pm|
|Thursday 19 February||Year 9 STEM day|
|Tuesday 24 February||Year 7 Parents’ Evening: 4.30-7.30 pm|
|Wednesday 25 February||Year 11 Parent Information Evening - 6.30-8.00 pm|
|Friday 27 February||Deadline for Year 9 Options forms|
|Wednesday 4 to Friday 6 March||School Production - ”Guys and Dolls”|
|Thursday 5 March||World Book Day|
|Friday 13 March||Comic Relief Day|
|Thursday 19 March||Year 8 Parents Evening - 4.30-7.30 pm|
|Friday 20 March||Years 7, 8 & 9 Citizenship Day|
|Monday 23 March||Year and friendship photographs|
|Wednesday 25 March||Instrumental Showcase evening - 7.00 pm|
|Thursday 26 March||Dance Evening - 7.00-8.15 pm|
|Friday 27 March||Break up for Easter holiday - 2.00 pm finish|
|Monday 13 April||INSET Day|
|Tuesday 14 April||Students return to school - 8.40 am (Buxton College closed)
Year 10 Parent Information Evening 6.30-8.00 pm
Term Dates 2014-15
Autumn Term 1
Tuesday 9 September 2014 – Thursday 23 October 2014
Autumn Term 2
Monday 3 November 2014 – Friday 19 December 2014
Spring Term 1
Tuesday 6 January 2015 – Friday 6 February 2015
Spring Term 2
Monday 16 February 2015- Friday 27 March 2015
Summer Term 1
Tuesday 14 April 2015 – Friday 22 May 2015
Summer Term 2
Monday 1 June 2015- Friday 24 July 2015
Inset Days for staff
Friday 5 September 2014
Monday 8 Sept 2014
Friday 24 October 2014
Monday 5 January 2015
Monday 13 April 2015
School Day Timings 2014-15
|3.05||End of school day|