This page provides key information for visitors to the Campus.
Head of School
Senior Deputy Head
Mrs Michelle Newman
Stantonbury Campus, Purbeck, Milton Keynes, MK14 6BN
The School Day
8.40am – 9am Morning Registration
9am – 9.05am changeover
9.05am – 10.05am Lesson 1
10.05am – 10.10am changeover
10.10am – 11.10am Lesson 2
11.10am – 11.30am Break
11.30am – 12.30 Lesson 3
12.30pm – 1.10pm Lunch
1.10pm – 2.10pm Lesson 4
2.10pm – 2.15pm changeover
2.15pm – 3.15pm Lesson 5
- The school has almost 1,800 students, including a large Sixth Form.
- Each year group is based in a specific location but has lessons in different buildings around the Campus.
- Sixth Formers all attend Cooksey Sixth Form Centre but have lessons in specialist facilities across the Campus.
Alternative and Specialist Provision
- The Campus has specially resourced provision for students with special educational needs, providing places for up to 15 students with autistic spectrum difficulties and 15 students with speech, language and communication needs.
- All Year 10 students undertake work experience. In 2017, this is likely to take place in late June and early July. During these times the students will not be in school. Y11 and Y13 students are also not in school at these times as courses have ended.
A map of the Campus is available here.
Major events and information for parents
Major events and term dates are listed in the school calendar. Other useful information available on the website includes
- Parent and Student Guides
- main and post 16 school prospectuses
- letters to parents
- campus e-newsletter (Stantonbury Online)
Leadership and management
- Stantonbury Campus is organised into faculties and year groups:
- Each Faculty has a leadership team comprising a Head of Faculty and dedicated Key Stage posts with responsibility for high standards, good progress and excellent outcomes for students through quality teaching, learning and curriculum in their subjects
- Each Key Stage has its own Director of Learning and team of Year Leaders with wider responsibility for high standards, ethos, good progress and excellent outcomes for all students
- The Aspire Centre, led by Doug Smith, has overall responsibility for children’s services including behaviour, attendance, personalised curriculum, support, guidance, inclusion and provision for Pupil Premium students through the Progress Centre
- Nicola Yates (Assistant Head) leads the Teaching and Learning team supported by three Lead Teachers with a brief to increase the proportion of outstanding teaching and improve progress in literacy, numeracy the use of ICT to support learning