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Cressex Community School
Holmer, HP12 4QA, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1494 437729
www:http://www.cressex.bucks.sch.uk/e-mail:office@cressex.bucks.sch.uk


WELCOME TO CRESSEX!

Mr. Richard Marshall

Aspirational Targets

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our school website and introduce myself as the Head Teacher of Cressex Community School.

In a world of increasing complexity and difficulty there has never been a time when education has mattered more to our young people. The ability to respect everyone and to positively enjoy being with different people with different points of view, different skills, different backgrounds and different ambitions is a key to being successful in the global, fast moving society in which we all live today.

Cressex Community School is a school which is proud of its reputation as a caring place that values all its pupils. Since arriving I have been impressed by the aspirations all the staff of the school have for the young people who come here. Their dedication and intense hard work deservedly earns the school a good reputation as a place which works night and day to ensure that its young people are looked after and successful.

My values are those of the school. I have a passion for learning and want every child to be successful so that they can fulfil their dreams and ambitions. Over twenty five years teaching in schools has given me the experience, knowledge and skills that I think will enable me to contribute positively to the development of this ambition of making the young people in the school successful learners. There is nothing more important to me than working together with the vast network of people who make up the school's community - a network that includes staff, parents, local interest groups, businesses, cultural and religious bodies, other local schools and services - in order to ensure that Cressex becomes a centre of excellence where all its pupils learn to become clever, thoughtful and pleasant citizens.


POLICIES

 

Anti-Bullying Policy


Disability Equality Policy (DRAFT)


Gender Equality Policy (DRAFT)


Complaints Policy


Freedom of Information

CURRICULUM

SUBJECT INFORMATION

Arts

Business

English

Citizenship

Geography

Health & Social Care

History

ICT

Maths

MFL

Music

PE

RE

Science

Technology

Youth Award

STUDY CLUBS

STUDY CLUBS

Maths

Aspirational Targets Maths Study Club
Wednesdays
After 2nd Break
Afterschool

I.T

Aspirational Targets I.T Study Club
Everyday until 4.30pm

History

Aspirational Targets History Study Club
Tuesdays Afterschool
Top Set Monday Afterschool

Citizenship

Aspirational Targets Citizenship Study Club
Mondays and Wednesdays
Afterschool

Geography

Aspirational Targets Geography Study School
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
3pm-4pm

Health & Social Care

Aspirational Targets To be confirmed

Science

Aspirational Targets Science Study Club
Thursdays
Afterschool

English

Aspirational Targets English Study Club
Thursdays
3pm-5pm

Business

Aspirational Targets Business Study Club
Tuesdays , Wednesdays and Thursdays
3pm-4pm

 

SIXTH FORM

6TH FORM OPTION CHOICES FOR 2007 - 2008

Advance Level Courses

To opt for any of these you need to have achieved 5 or more A*-C grades in your GCSE exams this summer:.


BTEC Level 2

BTEC level 2 courses and re-sits – to opt for any of these courses you need to have gained a mixture of D and E grades in your GCSE exams this summer


Enrichment

Enrichment – all students must choose at least one enrichment course from the following list:



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