Pittville School is a vibrant, forward looking and rapidly improving Foundation School in Cheltenham.
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.
Pittville Secondary School’s greatest strength is its students. They are loyal, keen to do well and are great ambassadors for the school.
Traditionally, we offer many trips, excursions and expeditions – from New York to Disney Land , Paris to Barcelona
At Key Stage 3 all students undertake a core programme of English, mathematics, science, modern foreign languages and humanities, including religious studies.
At Pittville School all students are expected to undertake homework on a regular basis to consolidate the knowledge, understanding and skills acquired in a lesson
It is always difficult to make decisions about which courses to follow and often there are no right or wrong answers.
It is always difficult to make decisions about which courses to follow at GCSE and often there are no right or wrong answers.
At Key Stage 4 all students have a core programme of English, Mathematics, Science and PE.
Independent learning outside of the classroom (homework) is an important aid to good progressn
An effective RSHE programme can tackle barriers to learning, raise aspirations, and improve outcomes for students.
Year 10 students are actively encouraged to plan and coordinate a week’s Work Experience in work experience at the end of the summer term.
Parents and students may find the following information of use.
At Pittville School our careers program is delivered throughout Years 7 to 11
Welcome to the part of our website that is about the wider Pittville School community – former pupils- Pittville School Alumni.
Pittville School has some excellent facilities available for hire.
We aim to spread the wonderful and unique joy of a good book across the whole of the Pittville family.
Posted on Aug 31, 2020 to Resources
Please find below suggested tasks in preparation for Year 7. These should be handed in to your child’s English teacher when they start in September.
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|Mar 30, 2023||RSHE|
|Apr 20, 2023||Year 8 Parents evening in person|
|May 08, 2023||School Closed for Kings Coronation|
|May 25, 2023||RSHE|
|Jun 07, 2023||Yr 10 Spanish Speaking|
|Jun 16, 2023||RSHE|
|Jun 29, 2023||Tutor Evening ONLINE|
|Jul 03, 2023||Yr 10 Arras Trip|
|Jul 03, 2023||RSHE|
|Jul 04, 2023||Sports Day|
|Jul 11, 2023||Year 9 DTP / MenACWY Vaccine|
|Jul 13, 2023||RSHE|
|Jul 14, 2023||Barcelona Trip|
|Jul 17, 2023||Yr 10 Work Experience week|
|Jul 17, 2023||Year 9 Battlefields Trip|
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