Forms will take part in Collective Worship activities and literacy and numeracy sessions. Students in each form will elect a form representative and vote for a student to represent them on the School Council. Students will also take part in regular student voice activities where they get the chance to express their feelings about issues in school.
Each year group has a Progress Leader who will take weekly assemblies and monitor the attendance, punctuality and behaviour of the students; they are assisted by a Pastoral Assistant who is non-teaching and dedicated to the physical and mental well-being of students in their year group. Year groups will have the opportunity to take part in extra-curricular activities including sports teams who play regular fixtures with other Manchester schools, school theatrical productions and trips.
With regard to exam preparation, pupils are given clear guidance by their subject teachers on revision techniques. All subjects offer revision, intervention and support sessions for pupils. The vast majority of our students are keen to take advantage of these sessions and make the most of these opportunities to maximise their chances of doing well.