Putteridge High School - First Choice for a Successful Future
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Welcome to Putteridge High School, a thriving and successful Community School, where all staff are committed to ensuring outstanding outcomes for all of our students. We are an inclusive and diverse school community, welcoming young people of all abilities, ethnicities and backgrounds. We work hard to ensure that our students are happy and actively involved in their education and we provide a wide range of opportunities for students to take part and to develop their strengths, skills and abilities. Parental involvement is important to us and we provide lots of opportunities for parents and carers to take a proactive role in their child's progress.
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Putteridge High School is a good school and we are increasingly being recognised for the high standard of education provided to our young people. In February 2015, we received a very welcome letter from the Rt. Honorable, Mr David Lawes, MP and Minister of State for Schools, congratulating us on our success in improving outcomes for disadvantaged students. Mr Lawes recognised the significant improvements made over the last 4 years, stating that “you and your staff have provided your disadvantaged pupils with a good start in life and prepared them well for their futures.” He went on to encourage us to share our achievements with other schools: “so that they can learn from your strengths and experience”. It is always good to receive recognition for the great work that we do at PHS and the staff and students work hard, as a team, to ensure we achieve good outcomes for all of our students.
We have a fantastic team at PHS, come and see for yourself by giving us a call to arrange an appointment.
Mrs Helen Beauchamp, Headteacher
Summer 2015 Results Day
Thursday 20th August - 10:00am – 12:00midday
GCSE, BTEC, ELC, Cambridge Nationals exam results will be available for students to collect.
If a student is unable to collect their results in person, a designated relative may pick the results up. This designated relative must bring along some form of ID and a letter from the student giving them permission to collect the results.
Results cannot be emailed or issued verbally via telephone.
Results not collected between the above mentioned times will be sent to the student's home address.
We wish you the very best on Results Day