Art & DT Open Evening
KS5 Options 2016-2018
Please click the link below to download the KS5 Options letter.
"Let us help you" cards
Students in Years 9, 10 and 12 have been given “Let us help you” cards provided by the Department of Health and Social Care. The aim of these cards is to provide easy to use information for help and advice that may be relevant to the young people of the Island. The cards cover areas of health including drugs, alcohol and sexual health, and have on-island helplines as well as websites that may be useful if they have questions.
These cards replace the old-style ‘Crashtest.im’ cards that were distributed a few years ago.
GCSE Pod is live for Year 10 and 11 CRHS students!
KS4 Pathways Evening 2016
Thank you to everybody who attended the KS4 Pathways Evening.
The 2016-2018 options booklet is now available to download. You can find it on the left hand side of the homepage (under ‘Latest Letters’) or under the ‘Curriculum’ tab.
We are pleased to have received the final report from our recent external validation process. This is the culmination of an ongoing reflective process through which the school gets to know itself well and identify the best way forward for our pupils. The main points of the validation teams’ report are summarised in the attached document. We now begin a new cycle of self-evaluation, with this latest report giving us a positive external take on our processes and outcomes, which we build on with well-considered innovation and actions which will benefit our young people.
Big Band Night
New Order Forms
Please click the links below to access the most recent PE Kit and School Uniform order forms.
Maths Revision Timetable
Summer 2016 Exam Timetable
Please click the link below to access the full Summer 2016 Exam Timetable. This is includes information on both GCSE and GCE exams.
Changes to Email Addresses
Please update your contacts to reflect the new email addresses for CRHS –
firstname.lastname@example.org (for general enquiries)
email@example.com (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:-
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.