A warm welcome to the new school year from the Acting Head and Deputy Headteacher.
Can we both extend our sincere good wishes to all our parents, carers, pupils and indeed everyone interested in our school.
The summer has seen some important changes within the staff body and we feel confident that we are well placed to provide an even better, enjoyable and ultimately successful experience for all our pupils. Early feedback from your children confirms that we have recruited very wisely over the Summer.
Download the free e-Platform app from your favourite app store now and explore a whole world of e-books!
There have been some updates to the e-book lending platform. The easiest way to borrow and read e-books at home is now through the free ePlatform app.
Please click here to view the latest edition of the Sixth Form Prospectus.
The Sixth Form Open Evening will take place on Thursday 6 November in the William Lee Sixth Form Centre.
On a wet and dreary Wednesday October morning, over 100 Year 7 students set off for Walesby Forest Outdoor Adventure Activity Centre in good spirits eagerly anticipating a fun day out.
A series of 8 activities awaited the pupils including a climbing wall, assault course, cave maze and team building to name but a few. Despite the wet conditions all students had an excellent day and were thoroughly worn out by the end of it. Many pupils overcame personal fears of claustrophobia and heights and it was certainly a character building day.
On Friday 10th October Colonel Frank Seely Sixth Form students supported Breast Cancer Campaigns biggest and pinkest fundraising event, Wear it Pink. The students went all out for Wear it Pink this year and raised a fantastic amount of £188.23 coming to school wearing pink and also held a bake sale. The money raised will help continue to fund Breast Cancer Campaign’s vital and lifesaving research.