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Exam Results Information

A Level results day is Thursday 17 August. Year 13 students can collect their results from 9am, and Year 12 students from 10am.

GCSE results day is Thursday 24 August. Year 11 students can collect their results from 9am, and any others from 10am.

In addition to the above, Cambridge issue their results on Thursday 10 August. Students have been issued with personal logins to access their results online. Alternatively students can come into school to collect their results from 9am.

KS4 Options

The KS4 Pathway Guide can be accessed here.

Summer 2017 Exam Timetable

Please click here to access the full summer 2017 exam timetable.

KS5 Options Booklet - September 2017

These are the choices available at CRHS for our September 2017 KS5 intake –

KS5 Options Booklet September 2017

Art Competition

For more information see Mr Edwards

CRHS News Team - Edition 1

The CRHS News Team have been busy – take a look at their first articles!

CRHS News Team – Edition 1

Cars around the school site

When dropping off or collecting students from school please refrain from parking in the Southern Swimming Pool car park; this is not part of the school site and parents using this area means swimming pool customers have nowhere to park.

Students who drive to school are also reminded not to park in this area.

GCSE Pod

GCSE Pod is live for Year 10 and 11 CRHS students!

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New Order Forms

Please click the links below to access the most recent PE Kit and School Uniform order forms.

Uniform Order Form April 2016

PE Kit Order Form April 2016

Changes to Email Addresses

Please update your contacts to reflect the new email addresses for CRHS –

[email protected] (for general enquiries)

[email protected] (to report student absences)

Data Processing Information

To understand how the Department of Education and Children obtains and processes your information please visit this link:-

https://www.gov.im/about-the-government/departments/education-and-children/data-processing

As a member of a school community it is necessary to process your information but this will only be done in accordance with the Data Protection Principles.

The information you provide, and that obtained from other relevant sources, such as registers, letters you send in, forms etc, will be treated confidentially and used by your child(s) school to fulfil its legal/statutory obligations.  Elements of this information may also be shared with trusted third party’s who support the school in the delivery of their statutory requirements, where necessary to confirm factual information provided by you, to protect public funds, including the prevention and detection of fraud and/or otherwise required by law.