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Transition to the College

The College seeks to ensure that the transition from primary to secondary school is as supportive as possible.

Primary School Visits

In the Summer Term the Head of Figures (Y7) will visit primary schools. During these visits, pupils will get a chance to discuss life at College and ask any questions they may have. It also gives the opportunity to meet Year 6 teachers and exchange as much information as possible to aid a successful, happy transition.

Year 6 Test Day

The College holds a test day for all pupils starting in September. Pupils sit a series of short Cognitive Abilities Tests (CATs) which give us useful information about the pupils and are also used to set them for the start of Year 7. Parents get a copy of the results and more detailed information about how these are used is given at the Year 6 Transition Meetings.

Year 6 Parents' Transition Meetings

This is held towards the end of June, this year's date: Wednesday 30 June 2021 at  7.00pm

A recording of the year's meeting is below

The evening is designed for parents to familiarise themselves with the routines of the College and to get key information and dates. There will be a presentation by the Head Master, the Deputy Head in charge of Lower Line and the Head of Figures (Y7) followed by an opportunity for parents to ask questions. Copies of the key documentation and the presentation are available below (to follow)

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Year 6 Pupil Transition Days

The pupil transition days are the most important part of the transition process as they provide the opportunity for pupils to come and have a 'taster' of life at the College. The College holds two, one for those with Special Educational Needs (date tbc) and one for all pupils.

Introductory training session for RUGBY and FOOTBALL

At  Coombe Lane playing fields, 183 Coombe Lane, Raynes Park, SW20 0RG on Saturday, 4 September 2021.  Registration will start at 9.00am with the first session starting at 9.30 and finishing at 11.00am.  Please arrive on time so that the sessions can run smoothly and the boys can settle into the activities as quickly as possible. 

The morning will start with a brief talk to introduce you all to the staff, the facility and to provide you with valuable information that will allow you and your son the chance to get the maximum benefit from his time at the College, and to see how the College views Sport and the standards we set for ourselves. These are not trials but they will provide us with valuable and early observations of your sons ability. Teams will be selected on commitment, attitude & ability. 

You son will require;

  • College Games kit
  • football or rugby boots (must have studs)
  • mouthguard
  • shin pads 
  • water & sun cream (weather pending). 

The College will also be offering an opportunity for your son to get a dentist made mouthguard through OPRO during early September (further details will be provided) but he will need a cheaper one for the start of term

School Gateway Registration

 Both parents may  register online and top up meal accounts. 
This will be available from 2 September 2021.

  • Make payments for school items, trips & check refectory cashless balances
  • View achievements
  • View behaviour issues
  • Monitor attendance and inform school of unexplained/future absences
  • Check the contact details that our school holds for you
  • View assessment results
  • View the contact details of parents and carers that our school holds for your child
  • View details of any medical conditions that our school has on record
  • Download the app: If you have a smartphone, please download ‘School Gateway’ from your app store (Android and iPhone)

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  • Prophetic
  • Learned
  • Faith-filled
  • Generous
  • Grateful
  • Hopeful
  • Curious
  • Attentive