The school is larger than the average mixed 11 to 18 comprehensive secondary school. The school
converted to become an academy in 2012.
The school is currently split across two sites, with Years 7 to 9 located on Ealing Road and Years 10 to 13
on Stanley Avenue. A new building project is currently under way at the Ealing Road site and will mean
that by January 2018 the whole school will be located on one site.
A larger than average proportion of pupils are eligible for the pupil premium, which is additional
government funding to support disadvantaged pupils and children. looked after
The vast majority of pupils are from minority ethnic groups and speak English as an additional language.
More than 60% of pupils are from Asian or Asian British Indian and Black or Black British African minority
A smaller than average proportion of pupils have special educational needs and/or disabilities; however, a
larger proportion have education, health and care plans.
A small number of pupils attend an alternative provision supplied by the Jubilee Academy. Ten pupils per year join the school's John Boyle Inclusion Centre in Year 10 from Woodfield School. The school meets the requirements on the publication of information on its website. The school meets the government's current floor standards, which set the minimum expectations for
pupils' attainment and progress.
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