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We welcome those who are contacting us from outside the UK, whether as potential students or out of personal interest, and of course potential pupils in the Canterbury area. You can request a prospectus and/or application forms through the website, but please note that we do not accept applications online.
Wherever you are, we send you greetings and best wishes. Mr M Liddicoat, Headteacher
Sixth Form Applications for September 2016
Please contact our Head of Sixth Form, Mr Martin, at email@example.com for further details.
Forthcoming dates for your diary
Friday 22nd April Battle of the Bands
Monday 2nd May Early May Bank Holiday
Friday 20th May Year 7 Tracking sent home
Saturday 28th May - Sunday 5th June Half Term Holiday
Archbishop's Collective Thoughts
Year 9's pay their respects
Last week the scheduled Year 9 trip to Belgium and France had to be postponed due to the recent terror attacks in Paris and subsequent worries about safety. However, The Archbishop's School felt it was important that it still took the time to pay it's respects to those British soldiers who had sacrificed so much for so many and also honour those who were affected by the recent attacks in Paris.
Mr. Davies organised for a representative from each Year 9 form to lay two wreaths at the Dane John War Memorial on Wednesday 25th November. The students who attended were Emma Jones (Matthew), Jackalyn Sellens (Mark), Benjamin Patch (Luke), Ella-Thea Jackson-Harris (John), Courtney Brown (Paul) and Anthony Lewis (Peter). Students took two beautiful wreaths that were ordered to be laid during the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres, and placed them next to the war memorial. Students spent time reflecting on recent events and how important it is to learn from the brave soldiers who have fought to defend Britain's safety. Emma read the poem 'The Soldier' by Rupert Brooke. Photos were taken courtesy of Mark Harris (6 Matthew) and Adam Wilkin (6 Mark).
64% of students achieved the government target of 5 good passes and above, with 50% of students achieving this including English and Maths. Students continued to make good progress in both Maths and English with the progress being made by Year 11 students in line with the national average. The new government measure known as Progress 8 was also promising, showing a positive added value of +0.16.
A' Level Results 2015
The school achieved it's best ever A' Level results with students averaging a C grade for their entries. For Vocational BTEC subjects, the average grade achieved by students was a Distinction (an equivalent to a B grade).
Please follow the link above for a copy of the presentation delivered by Mr Davies on 23rd November 2016
Please follow the link above for a copy of the presentation delivered by Mr Davies on 19th November 2015
Please follow the link above to access a copy of the presentation delivered by Mr Davies on 5th October 2015
Please follow the link above to access the new Home Learning Brochure for Key Stage 3
The revised version of this form can now be found by following the link above
Lunchtime and After School Clubs
Please follow THIS link for a list of our extra curricular clubs
With over fifty activities on offer each week, we hope there is something of interest to every student
Investor in Careers Award - achieved once again!
We are pleased to advise that after a long and gruelling inspection, we have, for the second time in a row, been awarded the prestigious IiC quality award mark.
All areas of the Careers Faculty were inspected with a particular focus on our increased offer of 'External Independent Careers Advice', the comprehensive key stage 3 and 4 'Careers Education and Guidance Curriculum' as well as the significant increase in 'Work Related Learning Opportunities' within the Sixth Form.
We would like to thank all staff who have contributed so enthusiastically towards this crucial work, as well as to all the students themselves who have taken such an interest in the opportunities that have been provided for them. Mr A Martin
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