'Becoming the people
that god calls us to be'


Positive attitude towards school life.


Always aiming for 100% attendance.


Presentation and equipment.


We are delighted to be welcoming our new students to our SPH family, where together we look to support you to become kind, happy, educated children, God called you to be.

As you start your journey with us at SPH we want you to feel happy, confident and supported during your transition time. To make sure every student under our care feels known and loved, we have been speaking to your teachers to find out everything we can to help your thrive here at SPH, which has already begun.

On this page you will find everything you need to know to kick start you into our community with confidence and answer any questions new students often ask.

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask.

We look forward to visiting you in your primary schools over the Summer Term!

If you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our transition team: SPH-Transition@sphcs.co.uk

For any additional support queries contact: KDavessHumphrey@sphcs.co.uk


School runs on a 2 week timetable, which rotates fortnightly. Start of term is Week 1.



Access policy
Edulink is the home portal to find where everything is, including homework, behaviour for learning, pupil reports, parent evening booking and more.
In the first week of joining SPH, all parents get their own logins to a parent view of their child’s EduLink to support with clear communication and support between home and school.
Further support with this will be sent out to all parents/guardians when required.

As a parent you will have received an e-mail to the address you have registered on our system that will provide you with your username for EduLink and a link to create a password. Please check your spam and junk e-mail folders as depending on different e-mail provider settings the message may be there.

You can log into Edulink from any web browser or via the App which is available on IOS and Android. Search for ‘Edulink One’ on the Apple or Google Play stores.
Link: Edulink
What information will I see when I log in as parent?

Belief Points – Your child’s achievement points.

Timetable – View your Child’s lesson timetable for the week.

Reports – Monitoring reports will be available to view here.

Noticeboard – In the noticeboard section you will be able to view whole school letters that are applicable to your child and school newsletters.

Update information – If you have a change of information relating to you or your child you can update it here.

Homework – A list of all upcoming extended learning tasks that have been set on Google Classroom for the student and a history of previous assignments. please note that the app syncs the google classroom data between 7AM – 5PM every two hours.

SPH Links – Additional links to useful websites for Parents can be found here.

All homework’s run on a 2 week timetable throughout the year. Required subject timings are listed below:

Homework Club is available after school 3:05 – 4:00 everyday except Thursday. These sessions are run in Inclusion and our lovely Teaching Assistant’s will be around to help you if you are struggling at all.

Can I choose my tutor group?

You will spend the next five years with the same tutor group and so it is vital that we get the group dynamics right. To do this we speak to your primary schools to find out who you work well with, as well as looking at a range of other data including behaviours for learning, support and attendance.

It is important that you feel comfortable within your tutor group and so we do our best to ensure that everyone is with someone that they know and work well with, however we respectfully ask that parents/carers do not make requests or recommendations for groupings.

Where can I go at break and lunchtime?

There are a range of places around the school that pupils are able to go to during social time. This includes, the Canteen, Main Hall, Courtyard Covered Area, Covered Area attached to the Main Hall, Field, Inclusion, Chaplaincy Room and Chapel.

To support with this, during Transition, future year 7 pupils will have a designated area on the field as a base.

What modern foreign language will I study?

All pupils are placed in a language at the start of year 7. This will then be the pupils subject language all the way up to GCSE. This is to allow all pupils to learn a greater depth of the language and thrive further in the language at GCSE.

Are there any clubs that I can join?

At school we have many Enrichments Clubs and opportunities throughout the year the we recommend pupils getting involved in. To fully embrace what SPH has to offer we suggest pupils attending at least 2 or 3 clubs a week. 

The club list will be sent out in the first term and uploaded to the Enrichment tab on this page. Additional clubs and trips are advertised throughout the year during form and through our school newsletter. 

Do we need a laptop? 

Although we cannot expect pupils to have access to a computer at home, all assignments will be set online and may require the use of subject specific apps or technology.

To support with this we do have a homework club that runs everyday in Inclusion, apart from Thursday, that pupils have access too and are able to use the school laptops and support from our Inclusion Team.

Enrichment is our after school clubs at SPH that are there to enrich our pupils lives and overall school experience. These may be run termly or all year round depending on the subject.

To fully embrace school life, we recommend pupils attending at least 2 or 3 clubs a week.

Click here to see our club list

For Student Welfare team please contact: medical@sphcs.co.uk

Student Welfare is of upmost importance, as healthy students are happy students! Mrs Leonard and Mrs Streeter are always on hand to deal with any student issues, especially when caring for medical needs and care plans. Please notify the Welfare officer if any changes are made to your child’s medical conditions.

Click here for Student Wellbeing page.

Working collaboratively

As a school, we are all about community and working together to ensure we are building each pupil into Becoming the People God Called Us to Be. Working collaboratively is a big part of this. As you can see from the 'Triangle of Student Success', when we work together every pupil can thrive.



During our first week in school all year 7 student will be participating in VESPA Week. This is a week to help the pupils settle in to new habits and routines we have here at school, as well as embed key skills to support with independent learning.

Tech We Use
In School

We have created video guides for technology we regularly use in school.

The School Site



Parent Handbook 2024 - 25



Head of Year

Miss Ayling

Assistant Head Of Year

To be confirmed

Form Tutors

Bernadettes - TBC
Cuthmans - TBC
Dunstuns - TBC
Edmunds - TBC
Richards - TBC
Teresas - TBC
Wilfreds - TBC