Our college system It is essential to maintain close links between home and school throughout your child’s education at Mascalls so we can support them effectively.
The academy is organised into four colleges – Earhart, Luther King, Shackleton and Marie Curie (Sixth Form). Each college has approximately 350 students, led by a Head of College, Deputy Head of College, Head of Pastoral, Assistant Head of Pastoral and a team of advisors who know your child very well. Each student is in a mixed age advisory group which meets with their advisor every day. Mascalls actively encourages the competitive element of inter-college competitions through half termly challenges that include sporting, literature and art elements.
Students are also able to visit ‘Student Services’ where they are able to request information about uniform, timetables and emergency issues.
If you wish to contact the school it is advisable to contact your child’s Head of Pastoral.
Martin Luther King, Jr. – was an American Baptist minister and activist who was a leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using non-violent civil disobedience based on his Christian beliefs.
The school leaders have demonstrated their strong capacity to bring about sustained improvement through effective self-evaluation processes and this has been acknowledged by parents, carers and students. One parent referred to the school as a ‘shining light amongst local schools’.
Through engaging with businesses and further education college partners, the school is developing personalised pathways for vocational courses and apprenticeships, which are greatly valued by students.
Students overwhelmingly say that they feel safe in school and that any bullying, name-calling or teasing is immediately dealt with.