I used to go to this school until somebody litterally tried to kill me and tge school did nothing about it. One of thd teachers also locks students in cupboards as punishment. Tge school have no regards to the students mental health. Do better
No where to sit, or take shelter if it’s raining. The way teachers deal with incidents is horrendous. It’s either something serious, (racism etc) and they will do something about it or if there’s been a fight etc, they won’t do anything.
Education is okay. Teachers are loud and clear but they don’t actually care for the students, eg ‘if you come here at lunchtime I can sit down and help you with work’ when actually they are at the canteen on the teachers table shoving fish and chips down their gob.
They are supportive of LGBTQ+ and make it so students are aware. (assembly and posters arround the school)
However, the school likes to waste their money on things that are completely unnecessary. Some classrooms are falling to peices with chipping paint, and other things that need repairs. But! The school decides to put up photos of famous people and plaster them on the windows?!
It hasn’t had a ofted inspection scince 2015 i beileve. (OFSTED, babe. Check on the school. Xx)
Although this school proves to succeed in its grades and academic prowess, it severely lacks in its ability to nurture young people. First of all, the little support that is given does not take into account the personal needs and backgrounds of their students. Hate incidents easily pass unnoticed by staff, and the ones that do get called up upon are not dealt with seriously. As well as this, the school rules regarding uniform include dictating hair length and enforcing the absence of any facial hair, which is completely natural and should not be associated with negative consequences as this leads to insecurity and mental health issues later in life. Also,there is not enough outdoor seating to support the population of over 1,000 students. Additionally the only shelter provided is reserved for the Year 7s and the sixth form is allowed inside but for the other years there is no protection from the rain and wind that inevitably comes with the worsening global climate.The students are told they can go inside in bad weather but that doesn't account for missing teachers and teachers not willing to accommodate students in their classrooms.When students protest this they are met by phrases such as "it's not my job". Apparently some teachers are doing the job just for the money aspect not to educate and enrich the lives of their students
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