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Pittville School is a vibrant, forward looking and rapidly improving Foundation School in Cheltenham.
Whatever your reason for finding out more about our school we look forward to welcoming you to ‘team Pittville’ where every child
really does matter.
A list of the Pittville School Governors
A list of policy documents for you to download
We passionately believe that every student should have an enriching experience of the Arts, Design & Technology and ICT.
The Communications Faculty underpins the essential skills in communication that are needed not only in other subjects, but also
in the wider world.
Performing arts are key to developing confidence and self-esteem.
We aim to equip our students with the relevant skills to become global citizens who are aware of local, national and international
We aim to ensure our students develop confidence in the use of maths along with mental agility and logical thinking.
PE and sports are key to developing confidence and self-esteem.
We strive to enthuse our students to understand the wonders of the world of science and how it impacts our everyday lives.
Our mission is to ensure that students with SEN achieve or exceed their predicted target levels/grades.
A distinctive feature of Pittville School is the strength of partnership that exists between home and school.
If you are interested in Pittville School, and would like a Prospectus Pack you can get one here.
Pittville School calendar for all events and key term dates.
A list of all required uniform here at Pittville School.
ParentPay® is the unique web based service that enables parents to make secure online payments by credit and debit card to schools
and other service providers.
A digital copy of all letters sent home.
The transition from primary to secondary school is an exciting one, full of challenges and experiences for both parent and child.
Abbott House is named after David Abbott, who was the first Headteacher of Pittville School.
Aston House is named after Lynn Aston, a local police officer who sadly lost her battle with cancer a couple of years ago.
Our aim is for everyone to feel part of a community where you are valued and rewarded for your positive contributions to our house.
Stokes House is named after Julie Stokes, the founder of Winston's Wish.
We have an active Student Parliament which is involved in the organisational structure of the school.
At Pittville School our careers program is delivered throughout Years 7 to 11.
Students are expected to undertake homework on a regular basis to consolidate the knowledge, understanding and skills acquired in a lesson.
In December 2017, Pittville School was approached by the Cheltenham Civic Society who wanted our pupils to help with a project linked to the centenary of the First World War.
We have put together some resources to help your child with vital literacy skills.
Every student has access to an engaging, broad and balanced curriculum.
An effective PSHE programme can tackle barriers to learning, raise aspirations, and improve outcomes for students
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Newsletter - April 2019
Accelerated Reading Scheme
Admission Appeals 2019
End of Term 5
Year 7 - 10 Internal Exams
Year 7 Science Festival Trip
Bags 2 School collection
PE Trip to Brighton
Year 10 Textiles Mock TBC
Year 9 Art and Textiles Exam TBC
Y10D Art Mock Exam TBC
Year 9 Art Mock Exam TBC
Year 10D and C Art Mock Exam
Year 10 France Trip
Year 10 Spoken English Exam
Year 6 Induction Evening
Year 6 Induction Days
Year 10 Spoken English Exam Matinee
Reserve Sports Day
Year 10 Work Experience
End of Term 6
Inservice Day 4 and 5
Year 7 Play in a Day
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