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Canons High School

An inclusive community of excellence
for hearts, minds and futures

Welcome to CANONS HIGH SCHOOL

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Message from the Headteacher - Dr Keven Bartle

Canons High School is “an inclusive community of excellence for hearts, minds and futures”.  We help members of our community to grow as human beings so that they make progress and achieve success in order to reach and extend their goals and aspirations in life.  To achieve this vision at Canons, we hold ourselves and each other to high standards of inclusivity and excellence at all times.

VISION & VALUES

Canons High School is an inclusive community
of excellence for hearts, minds and futures. 
We help members of our community to grow as human beings
so that they make progress and achieve success in order
to reach and extend their goals and aspirations in life.

 

For the ‘hearts’ of the Canons community, our standards are:

  • All members of the Canons community feel a sense of belonging and motivation.
  • Our health and wellbeing are developed and enhanced so we can be at our best.
  • Our diversity is our strength, and so we prioritise equality and fairness in all that we do.
  • The voices of all our members are listened to, heard, understood and acted upon.
  • An ethic of care enables us to routinely support and challenge others and ourselves.

For the ‘minds’ of the Canons community, our standards are:

  • Canons is a learning community which prioritises powerful knowledge highly.
  • We draw upon trusted evidence to continuously improve what we know and can do.
  • We develop criticality and thoughtfulness through appreciating the ideas of others.
  • Every member of our school is challenged to enlarge their intellectual capacity.
  • We evaluate our work in order to improve individual and collective effectiveness.

And for the ‘futures’ of the Canons community, our standards are:

  • At Canons, we always demonstrate professional attitudes, behaviours and actions.
  • We embrace innovation and technology to enhance our work and impact on others.
  • Individual talents are identified and nurtured through leadership opportunities.
  • Leaders and teams improve their capability to respond effectively to new challenges.
  • We define, refine and redefine standards of excellence through our contributions.

School Results

  • 59% of Grades A*-B at A-Level KS5

  • 67% Grades 9-4 in English and Maths KS4

  • 42% Grades 9-5 in English and Maths KS4

  • 4.8 for Attainment 8

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AUGUST

Thursday 18th August - Sixth Form Exam Results Day

 

Thursday 25th August - Year 11 Exam Results Day

 

  

SEPTEMBER 

Thursday 1st September and Friday 2nd September

 INSET days. 

The school is closed

 

Monday 5th September

 8.40am start for Year 7 and Year 12. 

 

For all other year groups there will be a 10.35am start

(students are welcome to arrive for break at 10.15am).

 

Students should not wear the summer uniform (red polo shirt) when they return in September.