At the recent Newcastle and Stafford Colleges Group Virtual Awards night, Queens Croft High School were recognised for the impressive support offered to Apprentices and the promotion of the Apprenticeship Programme as a viable career opportunity. The school won the Best Small Employee of the Year Award and NCSG highlighted our commitment to Apprentices, the progression of trainees and their bespoke training as real strengths. We are absolutely delighted with this Award as it recognises the contribution made by all colleagues in the support offered to our Apprentices. This year we have supported 9 Apprentices in either Teaching Assistant (Specialist Support Teaching and Learning in Schools) or Business Administration qualifications.
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In keeping with our commitment to provide students with outstanding careers guidance and tailored support when choosing their next step after school, we will now be using Unifrog; an award-winning, online careers platform. All students in Year 11 now have access to this excellent website and have had an assembly […] [...]
Reporting to Assistant Headteacher Required November 2020 Hours of work Monday to Friday 37 hours per week Grade SCP 6 9 – 15 Salary FTE Pro-rata £20,903 – £23,541 Pro-rata £17984 – £20,249 Contract Type Full Time / Permanent / Term Time Requirements Thank you for your interest in the […] [...]
The following COVID message was sent out to parents on Friday 23 October 2020: Unsurprisingly, as COVID cases rise in Lichfield and nationally, we are being kept busy here as well. We are pleased to have got to the end of the first half-term without a major closure and hard-fought experience has […] [...]
Despite not being able to get together in school this term, we have decided to continue with our series of Partnership Evenings. They are an important part of our parent and school communication and aim to provide you with inside information on a range of topics relevant to a specific […] [...]
A hate crime is a prejudice-motivated crime which occurs when a perpetrator targets a victim because of their membership of a certain social group or race. Our students live in a society which is awash with social media and it is all too common to see and hear unkind messages […] [...]
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