A School that is as individual as each and every pupil
We welcome everyone with open arms and pride ourselves on our inclusive practice. Combined with this, with we deliver academic success, specialisms in Maths & Computing and Performing Arts and a wide range of extra-curricular activities.Learn more
An 'Outstanding' Sixth Form
Our students have a learning environment which is second to none, including new sports facilities, drama and dance studios, and new sixth form areas, as well as a new Learning Resource Centre, among others. It is the perfect environment to deepen your study of subjects you studied at GCSE or to embark upon new subjects.Learn more
Y7 Parents' Evening
Last day of Term 3.1
May Half Term begins
May Half Term ends
16 Apr 2018
GCSE Revision Tips for Parents - Mr A Walton-McBain, Deputy Headteacher
We are so proud of our students. They have worked so hard during their time at school and are fast approaching the point where they can display all that they have learnt, and unlock the door to an exciting future. We know you cannot help them in the exam itself; however there are some simple things you can do at home to help support them during the revision process and exams.Learn more
High Storrs Vision - Unlocking Potential
High Storrs is a school that has the respect of the city and beyond because it unlocks five key elements which enable students to achieve their potential:
Key 1: Excellent citizenship.
Our students and staff are cared for, respected and encouraged to experience a sense of belonging. This nurture enables them to become resilient, reflective, creative team players with the confidence to improve society.
Key 2: High achievement and progress for all students.
This is secured through outstanding teaching, celebration of achievement and developing self-confidence and independence.
Key 3: Creativity, leadership & accountability.
Staff and Governors understand their leadership role and deliver creative learning consistently well. This is developed through the school’s relentless belief in high quality training and systems which promote accountability and leadership opportunities for staff and students.
Key 4: A learning school community.
The school is responsive to its own needs and the needs of other professionals and schools through its impact within the network of teaching schools.
Key 5: Making a difference through excellence.
Our consistent sense of purpose and ambition are underpinned by a belief that we can make a difference for students through improvement and the pursuit of excellence in partnership with parents.