NEXT STEPS Sixth Form Ages 16-18

Why High School?

One of the key strengths at Gateways, is our promise to deliver average class sizes in the High School of between 14-18 pupils. No other school in the area makes parents this promise, yet the benefits of restricting class size in this way are clear for all to see. The effectiveness of the teacher is dramatically enhanced with fewer students in a class and this is evidenced by our Value Added data which regularly places Gateways in the top ten of all schools nationally! In fact in 2016 Gateways was THE top school nationally for value added in Maths and Science at GCSE level. We are extending our provision to accept Year 7 boys from Sept 2019.

How To Apply

Staff

Staff List

To view details of all our staff members, please click here and scroll through the High School section.

Any pupil issues should be referred to the pupil’s current Form Tutor/Class Teacher in the first instance, who will pass the information onto all relevant parties.

Other Enquiries

If you have a general enquiry, or are unsure who to contact please email info@gatewaysschool.co.uk

For enquiries relating to admissions please email admissions@gatewaysschool.co.uk

For enquiries which are financial in nature please email finance@gatewaysschool.co.uk

A Day in the life of ...

Taliya in High School

8:45am

This morning was our class assembly. We decided to focus on friendship as this means a lot to us in the class. We spoke about the qualities that we find in a good friend such as someone who is always there for you. We all wrote the assembly together

9:00am

History is my first lesson of the day. It is one of my favourite subjects because Mr Crosby explains it in a way that is fun and easy to understand. At the moment we are studying the Peasant's Revolt against the king after the Black Death. We watched cartoons to help us understand.

11:00am

After lessons we rush to the dining room for some snacks - sometimes there are slices of pizza which are my favourite! Today we sit outside and have a chat before the next lesson because the sun is out.

11:15am

In Spanish today we are in the language lab. We can call each other across the room to practise our conversations. I also like learning by testing myself on the iPad.

12.45pm

Today is fish and chip day which is everyone's favourite day! I need to eat a good lunch because I have rounders club straight after. Mrs Braithwaite teaches it and it's really fun - we get to try lots of different techniques and then practice them in a game. We also get to mix with other year groups.

2:00pm

This afternoon I have PE which is my favourite subject. Recently we have been doing athletics. I have been really enjoying the sprinting. Today we learnt how to improve our sprinting techniques by using sprint starts. After this I get changed for my final lesson before home time at 4pm.

What's happening in...High School

LATEST NEWS

1st December 2017

High School & Sixth...

Monday 27th Nov U12 Friendly V St Aidans A very inexperienced U12 team had a hard match against a fluent and well-rehearsed St Aidans team. It was evident from the beginning that...

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24th November 2017

High School & Sixth...

  U14 Gateways 12 – 20 Roundhay The first half of the game saw Gateways staying firmly in the running for victory, some strong attacking play from Taliya Murray and Alessia Teoli...

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21st November 2017

High School & Sixth...

U17’s Frisbee Tournament The Gateways U17s Ultimate Frisbee squad had another successful nationals tournament on Sunday 12th November. The team started very convincingly, beating the first two teams in their pool by...

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