Exam Timetables Updated
We have updated the exam timetables for both GCSE and the Sixth Form.
Please check the timetable that is relative to yourself through the menu above ("Pupils" for GCSE and "Sixth Form" for A Level).
A Great OFSTED Outcome For Colonel Frank Seely School
'This is a good school'
The pupils, staff and governors are all delighted with the outcome of our Ofsted inspection held over the 12th and 13th March.
The report acknowledges the good teaching and the good attainment and good progress which our pupils make. The strength of our curriculum and extra-curricular offer available to pupils has also been highlighted, together with the continued high quality pastoral care provided here at CFS.
It also notes how all our pupils are well provided for and how proud our students are of their own school. We are very proud of them too!
To read the full report, please click HERE
We need your help!
I have a close family friend, Brooke who has a brain tumor. Brooke has been told that she will never be able to walk again because of her illness. Brooke is 7 years old! She is very ill. Brooke's family and friends are getting together to raise funds so that she can buy an electric wheelchair to improve her life.
How can you help?
By donating any bottle lids, jar lids, caps - any type of lid at all. These will be cashed in to raise money for the wheelchair.
There will be collection points in the Snack Bar, Colonel's Cafe, the Library and Pupil Reception.
Thank you for your help.
Ellie Kavanagh - 10.6
Message from the Headteacher
On behalf of Colonel Frank Seely School I am delighted to welcome you to our school and website.
Individuals truly matter and we want every pupil to grow and develop to their maximum potential both academically and socially. We believe in hard work and recognising success in all areas. As a school of just over 1,000 pupils, Colonel Frank Seely maintains an excellent curriculum, while still creating a caring and manageable community. The school aims to provide an education that is challenging and supportive and prepares pupils for becoming responsible members of society. It is also extremely important to us that our pupils enjoy their time with us, that they feel happy and secure.
Pupil, staff and parent relationships are key at Colonel Frank Seely School and staff will always go the extra mile to ensure pupils and students receive the best possible outcomes. Hence our continuous improvement in exam performance.
Colonel Frank Seely School values the successes of all pupils, both inside the school and the wider community. Community facilities at the school include the Calverton Leisure Centre which offers an astro turf multi-purpose pitch, squash courts, a fitness suite and swimming pool for our use in conjunction with Gedling Borough Council.
We hope that you enjoy visiting our website and that it gives you a real flavour of the spirit and purpose of our school. We would welcome you visiting us at any time; just contact the school’s reception for an appointment to come along to our open days and evenings.
Mrs V Mays