On this page you can find a selection of forms to print out and fill in:

Asthma Plan (2017)

If your child or young person suffers from asthma, please fill in, print and return this form detailing their daily plan and what medication they require in an emergency, or you can request a copy by emailing:

Bring Your Own Device Form

We understand that children and young people love their technology, and this is expressed prominently with devices such as MP3 players, tablets and smartphones. We do ask, however, that anyone bringing such a device into school has read, signed and returned the BYOD form to us beforehand so that they are aware of the restrictions we place upon the use of these technologies that come in from outside of the school grounds.

Please note that we do not allow the unrestricted use of smartphone/tablet cameras or the activation of mobile data  (3G/4G) within school property, and any devices having these functions are regularly checked by members of staff to ensure compliance with these rules and the continued safeguarding of our students. Devices with internal SIM cards are securely locked away during the school day and returned to the pupil at home time.

Change of Circumstances

Moving house? Changed your name? You’ll want to fill in and send us this form listing any alterations to the details you have given us in the past.

Medical Consent Form

If you need to send any medicine into school with your child/young person that you need the staff or nurses to administer, you’ll need to fill in and send us back one of these forms, please.

Social Media Permission Form

The school runs both a Facebook and Twitter account, through which we love to showcase the work done by our students! We wouldn’t dream of using photographs of any of our pupils without having the relevant permission from their parents or carers though, so if you are happy for us to post pictures that show your child on our social media feeds please print, fill in and send us back the form.

Everyone will be the best they can be. No-one is excluded. Everyone has a voice.