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Welcome to FUEL at what we hope is the start to a positive partnership between ourselves, you and your child.

Our school opening hours are 9.30am – 3.30pm, it is important your child arrives on time in order to get the best from their time here. If you have any issues with your son/daughters attendance please contact us, we will try and support you in any way we can.

FUEL offers a breakfast club to all its learners providing hot and cold drinks and toast before the day’s learning starts. Your child will need to arrive at the centre at 9.00am to benefit from this. At lunch times, we have an onsite canteen which offers a varied, balanced and nutritious menu that your child can choose from.

Please ensure that you inform us of any dietary requirements your child has.

Welcome to FUEL at what we hope is the start to a positive partnership between ourselves, you and your child.



FUEL will now have polo shirt available and we would like to encourage all pupils to wear this. Please download our order form and return this to our office, alternatively contact us for a paper copy.



Your child’s attendance is vital in ensuring progress is made in learning. Non-attendance will result in your child missing out on very important learning time and this may be very difficult to catch up with. If your child’s attendance levels are below a certain percentage, we are required to contact Education Welfare for further intervention. Lateness becomes truancy after 30 minutes. Please ensure that your child is at school on time every day. Please see our handbook for further details. For a copy of the parent/ carer handbook please click HERE.


Wednesday 9th December 2020 4pm-6pm
Wednesday 24th March 2021  4pm-6pm
Inset Days:-
28th August 2020
4th January 2021
5th January 2021
29th June 2021
30th June 2021
For our full term dates please down load the school calendar.
Parents Evenings
School Reports
Friday 18th December 2020
Friday 1st April 2021
Friday 23rd July 2021 (Years 8, 9, 10 only) 
          End Of Year Awards Ceremony       
Tuesday 20th July 2021 6.30pm-8.30pm
Venue - TBC



We are committed and dedicated to the Safeguarding and protection of your child. Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Miralle Bonne.  Miralle will liaise with Health Authorities, Social Services, Multi Agencies and the Police naming just a few services. Whenever possible, we will liaise closely with you, keeping you informed of all the aspects of your child’s wellbeing. There are however times when in the interest of the welfare of your child, we are required by law to deal directly with the authorities. If you have any serious concerns about your child or any other child, please do not hesitate to contact Miralle for further advice and guidance. For a copy of our safeguarding policy please click HERE.

FUEL use parent hub. This app allows us to keep you continually updated on your child’s attendance & progress. Please download the app.



We welcome the opportunity to talk about concerns you may have so we can identify areas where we can improve. In the first instance, your concerns should be raised with us by talking to or writing to our School Business & Education Manager. For a full copy of our complaints policy, please click HERE



Students are expected to respect behavioural boundaries and show consideration and concern for others. We aim to encourage positive attitudes, values and behaviours to ensure productive working environments. Our relationships with our students are based on care, courtesy and respect and we endeavour to help the children to behave responsibly and thoughtfully. We manage an effective and fair rewards system which encourages good behaviour and engagement in school and all provisions which your child may attend. We feel rewards are essential in reinforcing and recognising good behaviour and effort. We believe that rewarding students increases their motivation and their desire to do well in school. For a full copy of our behaviour policy please click HERE.