‘House Style’ – Standard of work

Pupils are expected to complete their work in the ‘House Style’, whether it is in books, on paper or on computer.

Please find below links with examples of the ‘House Style’:

Handwritten example ‘House Style

Computer example ‘House Style’

School app ‘My Ed’ 

We have a new mobile phone and tablet app called ‘My Ed’. The app is an easy way for parents to access their children’s attendance, timetable, ParentPay, latest news and much more. You can download it via this link.

Free School Meals: Is your child missing out?

Check if you qualify!

Parent View

You can share with OfSTED your views about the school by completing the Parent View online survey at: http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

Process of removing your child/children from Saint Cecilia’s Church of England School

Parents must inform the school in writing of their decision to remove their child/children from the school. Within the letter or email, parents must explain the following: ‘the reason/ reasons for removal’ and ‘the Name and address of new school’ (within England).
If the family is being relocated abroad, the school will need to know the following:

GCSE grading system

New English Language, English Literature and Mathematics GCSE courses have now begun and from summer 2017 they will be assessed differently with pupils achieving grades 9-1 rather than A*-G. Other subjects will use the new grades from 2018.

A good pass will now be considered to be a grade 5 and pupils who do not achieve this in English and Mathematics will have to retake the examination until they do, although for the first year, the government will consider a good pass to be grade 4.

Approximately the same proportion of pupils who currently achieve:
• grade A or higher will receive a grade 7 or higher
• grade C or higher will receive a grade 4 or higher.

The school is making a gradual change towards the new grades and until this is complete you will see both old letter grades and new numerical grades on reports.

Parents’ prayer meetings dates – all welcome!

Parents and carers continue to meet together to pray for the school each month.  It is very encouraging for us to have parents who are willing to pray for pupils and staff and the leadership of the school. All are welcome to join us in school from 2.30pm on the dates below:

And at The Vicarage, 11 Rusholme Road SW15 3JX 7.30-8.30pm on:

If you can’t make these meetings but would like to keep in touch with the prayer group, please send your email address to: The Revd Annie Kurk akurk@saintcecilias.london

Residents’ Driveways

Please could we ask all parents/carers to be considerate when collecting and dropping off their children at school. Please could parents try to avoid blocking driveways. Some of the residents have noticed some damage being caused, not only to the pavement but also to their driveway. Your support with this would be greatly appreciated.

Parents’ Teaching and Learning Group

If you would like to attend any of the meetings, please email Miss Kennedy on akennedy@saintcecilias.london

The Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Duke of the Edinburgh Award helps to bring the best out of young people in a non-competitive environment. The skills they develop are truly valued by employers and will continue to reward them long into their working lives.

If your child would like to obtain further information regarding the scheme, please contact Miss Elizabeth Winterton, Duke of Edinburgh Award Coordinator via email lwinterton@saintcecilias.london