Year 11

Attend Belong Succeed

Y11 raises ambition and enables high achievement through developing independent learners. To attend in Y11 means more than striving for 100% attendance in school. 

A Y11 student will contribute to their successes by engaging in and out of class. All opportunities in Y11 are focused to sustain and build development of independent learners. Therefore, to attend in Y11 means participating in; an extended curriculum; workshops/master classes; sporting activities; leadership development; subject specific sessions and residential activities.  

To belong in Y11 means taking responsibility for and contributing to the local community.  A Y11 student recognises their place within the local community and, as such, understands their role within in it. Beyond local involvement lies an understanding of a national context and how we fit in it as individuals. A global vision is encouraged in Y11 allowing us to build ambition, make sense of the world and find a place within it.  

To succeed in Y11 is about having an ambition for the future with a clear plan and an understanding of how to make it a reality. This takes building an awareness of different pathways and the success criteria within each subject unit about how to achieve.  Coupled with this is the notion that wellbeing, both mental and physical, underpins all our successes.  

Our mission as a year group is to foster highly achieving, successful, independent learners that develop the transferable skills needed to manage the challenges of the changing world. The expertise of the Y11 team contributes to all of the above and are available for support should you so require it.  Please feel free to email or call through to any of the team with any queries.

With best wishes,

Passport to Success Revision timetable Y11 Countdown to exams GCSE exam timetable 2019
 May half term revision menu

GCSE English Language Timing of questionsApprenticeship Presentation  Instructions for GCSE Languages exams

Mr Rosen
Year Team Leader

Year Team Leader

Oliver Rosen

Student Progress Leader

James Bonvini


Asma Ali

Hayley Adams-Heath

Luke Browne

Katty Jacob

Natasha Khan

Daniel Mountford

Marita Young


Y11 GCSE Religious Studies

In preparation for their Religious Studies Mock Exam (Paper 2) in late March, students are being set a weekly revision homework. Please encourage your child to complete this homework each week which consists of completing activities in a booklet. The homeworks will be published on the Showmyhomework website for your reference. The activities are simple knowledge check activities, which should not take long to complete, but which will ensure that they are revising the key content for their Mock Exam in March which will take place in the week beginning 25 March.

Kind regards

Luke Browne

Head of RE



Key dates

  • 3 Jun 2019


    14 Jun 2019

    Y11 Public exams
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