The Wise Project

​The ​King Alfred School are delighted to have been ​selected by the ​Wellbeing in Secondary Education (​W​ISE)​ Project, in conjunction with the University of Bristol & Cardiff University, ​to take part in Mental Health First Aid Training. Staff are undergoing professional training to help them work with young people and support colleagues experiencing emotional problems.  This has been very positively received by the staff taking part and we envisage it being of great benefit to the school community.

Tootoot

We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with tootoot!

Tootoot is a safe, secure and diverse web-based safeguarding tool, which allows pupils of all age ranges - from Primary right through to University - to report incidents of bullying, problems they could be having in class or any issues that may be concerning them in an anonymous, confidential and discrete manner. These individual cases are monitored, managed and resolved by staff/mentors within the school.

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Tootoot KAS Login

Further Information (pdf)

GCSE Results 2016

The King Alfred School is very proud of the achievements of our year 11 students who have worked hard to achieve strong results.  Overall 50% of students who attended the King Alfred School achieved 5 GCSEs including English and maths at grade C and above. 

There were many outstanding individual performances, these include; 

Rebekah Nicol 4A*, 3A, 2B, Distinction; 

Fred Tiso 3A*, 3A, 4B, Merit; 

Ariadna Vasile 2A*, 5A, 3B;

Blas Sala-Rich 2A*, 5A, 3B, 1C; 

Hannah Sainsbury 1A*, 6A, 2B, 2 Distinctions; 

Denise Hurr, Headteacher stated ‘we are proud of the achievements of all our students.  Our students and staff have worked incredibly hard to ensure that everyone gets the opportunity to achieve their potential.  We are proud of the excellent relationships in school and the dedication of our staff and community in developing our students.   The governors and I would like to thank the community for their ongoing support.’

Useful Dates for 2016-2017

Please click here for a list of useful dates for 2016 -2017.

NOTE: 
There is an amendment to the original list regarding Year 9 Parent Evening.  The date has been changed to Tuesday, 27 June 2017 due to a clash with Year 11 Prom.

A Level Results Success 2016

The King Alfred School students are celebrating continued success in today’s A-level and AS level results, marking yet another year of excellent academic and personal achievements for students at the school.  100% of students gained success at A level with 69% of the students achieving 1 A* - C grade and 18% of all grades achieved at A* and A grade. 

We are delighted with the outstanding success of our students A Levels results, particularly in Maths, Chemistry and Biology.  Excellent results were also achieved in History, English Literature, Psychology and Sociology.   We are pleased to see so many of our students achieving their places at a wide range of leading Universities. Excellent individual performances include Rory Edwards A* A A A, Amy Rickwood A* A A, Jessica Pelling A* A B, Emily Bailey A* A B, Emily Cook A* A B, Andrew Duncan A B B, Charlie Hughes A A B, Sophie Daymond-Heuze A A B, Ashley Stearn A A B and Thrinayani Ramakrishnan A A B.  Students have secured top university places such as Oxford, Exeter, Kent, Sheffield, Leeds, Sussex, Cardiff, Southampton, UCL and Imperial College, London.  These results demonstrate that the School is continuing to provide high quality education to students in Burnham on Sea and Highbridge.

Mrs Hurr
Headteacher

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