Welcome to our website and, through this, to the school. We hope that you will enjoy browsing and finding out more about us, or, if you are looking for something in particular, that you will find it quickly and easily. The website can be used as a portal for the school's intranet for registered users, and as an access point to download and upload documents from and to individual user areas on the school network. If you have not yet registered for this, please ask at school.
We welcome those who are contacting us from outside the UK, whether as potential students or out of personal interest, and of course potential pupils in the Canterbury area. You can request a prospectus and/or application forms through the website, but please note that we do not accept applications online.
Wherever you are, we send you greetings and best wishes. Mr M Liddicoat, Headteacher
We are delighted to advise that we have achieved the prestigious 'Investors in Careers' once again!
Quotes from the report:
''Sixth form provision is exemplary ''
SCHOOL CLOSURE ARRANGEMENTS
We take every possible action not to close our school, however, should the weather be so bad that having children on site is unsafe the following will happen:
- If the decision is taken before the start of the school day:
You will be contacted via 'Keep Kids Safe' that the school will be shut. We will also ensure that the website is kept up to date and will inform KM radio. If the decision is taken to close the school we will have someone on site to monitor any pupil who may arrive until they can be collected.
- If the decision is taken during the school day:
Parents/Guardians will be informed via 'Keep Kids Safe' and also update the school website. we will also allow pupils to contact home to arrange a convenient time to be collected. The site will stay open so pupils have a warm place to be until they are collected/make their way home.
This is how our recent Ofsted report rated the 6th Form at The Archbishop's School-
“A combination of determined and successful leadership, high expectations and good teaching have combined to make the sixth form more and more popular”
“Sixth form careers guidance is excellent”
“Nearly all learners attained the grades they needed to be accepted by their first choice higher education institution or to move on to employment or apprenticeships”
“Beyond their formal studies, learners are as well prepared for their futures”
“Pupils enjoy the high expectations and the style of the work”
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