This page provides all statutory information that an academy should publish on its website, in the order as required by the government:
School contact details
|School name:||Tytherington School|
|Postal address:||Manchester Road
|Telephone number:||01625 610220|
|Member of staff that receives enquiries:||Mrs G Amron / Mrs L Proctor|
|Headteacher:||Mr Emmanuel Botwe|
|Chair of the governing body:||Mr Trevor Langston and Mr Edward Griffen (Co-Chairs)
See ‘Governors’ information and duties‘ section below
|Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo):||Mrs Elizabeth Healey
See ‘Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)‘ section below
|Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Coordinator:||Mrs Caroline Brennan
See ‘Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance‘ section below
Values and ethos
|“We are an ambitious school at the heart of the community. We constantly strive to improve everything we do. Our mission is to provide all students with a high quality education that encourages them to be articulate, resilient, courageous, curious and have the confidence to stand up for what they believe in.”|
Please see our “Our Vision” web page for further details by clicking here.
School Opening & Closing Times and Term Dates
Tytherington School’s Reception is open between 08:15-16:30, Monday to Friday during school term-time.
The school day runs between Registration time at 08:45 and the end of the compulsory school day at 15:05, with some Sixth Form, Mandarin and Latin lessons taking place until 16:05 (i.e. Period 6 lessons).
The total hours provided in a typical week are 31 hours 40 minutes.
Please see the full details of the timings of the school day by clicking here.
Our term dates can be viewed via the following links:
Please see our full admission arrangements information by clicking here.
|Admissions Policy for…||Academic Year||Link to Policy|
|Current Academic Year||2023/24||Open|
|Next Academic Year||2024/25||Open|
|Future Academic Year||2025/26||TBC|
Tytherington School follows the same school applications timetable, and therefore timetable for appeals, as the Cheshire East Local Authority (LA). Therefore, please see the Cheshire East School Applications Timetable for full details.
Please see our most recent OfSTED reports by clicking here.
Key Stage 4
|Performance Measure||2016 ¹||2017 *||2018||2019||2020+||2021+||2022|
|Progress 8 Score||+0.12||-0.03||+0.04||-0.24||+0.29||+0.59||+0.27|
|Attainment 8 Score||54.2||50.6||52.6||48.4||54.7||56.5||56.9|
|Students achieving Grade 4 (or C) or above in English & Mathematics GCSEs||83%||83%||79%||73%||83%||86%||82%|
|Students achieving Grade 5 or above in English & Mathematics GCSEs||N/A||57%||54%||54%||63%||69%||64%|
|Students entering for the English Baccalaureate (EBacc)||47%||38%||39%||45%||38%||30%||32%|
|Students achieving the EBacc at Grade 4 (or C) or above||41%||32%||36%||37%||33%||27%||31%|
|Students achieving the EBacc at Grade 5 or above||N/A||30%||26%||26%||28%||21%||27%|
|The EBacc Average Points Score (APS)||4.66||4.34||4.66||4.41||4.84||4.88||4.99|
|Students staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4||94%||96%||96%||96%||95%||TBC||TBC|
¹ Please note that the data for the 2016 performance measures are for the past A*-G graded GCSE qualifications.
* Please note that the data for the 2017 performance measures are the first 9-1 graded GCSE qualifications in English and Mathematics, with remaining A*-G graded qualifications carrying a lower ‘Attainment 8’ value.
+ Please note that the 2020 and 2021 Progress 8 measures are for guidance purposes only as they were not nationally calculated and published in those years.
Key Stage 5 (Post-16)
|Overall Progress – Level 3 Value Added||+0.07||+0.12||-0.36||+0.24||+0.60||+0.35|
|Overall Attainment – Average Grade||B-||B-||C||B-||B||B|
|Overall Attainment – Average Points per Student||108.74||97.25||87.37||105.81||124.10||114.07|
|Overall English & Maths Progress (of students that did not achieve at least a Grade C or Grade 4 or above at GCSE by the end of Key Stage 4)||+1.5||+0.5||N/A||+0.5||+3.3||+1.0|
|Overall Retention – % of Students Completing Courses||92.3%||94.6%||98.9%||95.3%||94.1%||95.5%|
P Please note that the data for 2022 is provisional at the present time and following the national exam series of Summer 2022. Therefore, these figures could alter depending on calculations made by the Department for Education for all schools.
+ Please note that the 2020 and 2021 performance measures are for guidance purposes only as they were not nationally calculated and published in those years.
Please see Tytherington School’s Secondary national school and college performance tables information by clicking here – Please note that these do not show 2020 and 2021 performance measures as they were not published nationally.
Please see Tytherington School’s 16-18 national school and college performance tables information by clicking here – Please note that these do not show 2020 and 2021 performance measures as they were not published nationally.
Please see ALL national school and college performance tables information by clicking here – Please note that these do not show 2020 and 2021 performance measures as they were not published nationally.
Please click here to see our Personal Development curriculum.
Please click here to see how we promote SMSC and British Values through our curriculum.
Our Key Stage 3 offer
Please see details of our Key Stage 3 curriculum by clicking here.
Our Key Stage 4 offer
Please see details of our ‘Year 9 Guided Choices’ process for support in the selection of our Key Stage 4 offer by clicking here.
Please see our ‘Guided Choices’ booklets for the information about the courses that are offered to students that are in or approaching Key Stage 4:
The Foundation Curriculum at Key Stage 4
The foundation subjects are computing, physical education, and citizenship. At Key Sage 4, our students experience these in the following ways:
- Computing – Delivered through Computer Science and Creative iMedia within our “Guided Choices” process and continued use of computing technology in other subjects, where required.
- Physical Education (PE) – Students continue to receive timetabled PE lessons in KS4, supplemented by a wide range of extra-curricular and competitive sport opportunities.
- Citizenship – Delivered within our Personal Development curriculum.
Religious Education (RE) and Sex Education are both delivered within our Personal Development curriculum.
The full offer of GCSE subjects at Key Stage 4 can be viewed via the “Guided Choices” booklets above.
Our Key Stage 5 offer (Post-16)
Please see details of our Key Stage 5 (Post-16) study programmes and qualifications on offer through our dedicated Sixth Form web-pages by clicking here.
If you have any further questions about the curriculum that Tytherington School offers, please make contact with us using the telephone number or email address in the ‘School contact details‘ section above.
Please see our Behaviour Policy, known as our ‘Conduct and Safety Policy’ by clicking here.
Please see our Anti-Bullying Policy by clicking here.
Please see our Uniform Policy by clicking here.
Please see our “School Uniform & Equipment” webpage by clicking here.
Relationships & Sex Education Policy
Please see our Relationships & Sex Education Policy by clicking here.
Please see details of our Personal Development Curriculum by clicking here.
Pupil Premium and Catch-Up Premium
We hold an annual review of our strategy regarding pupil premium that takes place across the end of September and into October, as part of reviews of students’ performance and the our whole school self-evaluation. The ‘Pupil Premium Review’ that we publish is an outcome of that review process that is then presented to our governing body.
COVID-19 Catch-Up Premium
Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
Please see our policy documents relating to SEND by clicking on the related links:
Please see our ‘SEND Information Report’ by clicking here.
Please see our Safeguarding Policy (including Child Protection) by clicking here.
Please see our Safeguarding, Welfare, Support & Advice webpage for parents by clicking here.
Please see our Staying Safe webpage for students by clicking here.
If you need to report any problems affecting you or someone you know please use the Staying Safe Reporting Form.
Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) and Equality objectives
Please see our Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) document by clicking here.
Please see our equality objectives contained within our ‘Equality Information and Objectives’ by clicking here.
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)
|Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Coordinator:||Mrs Caroline Brennan
Please see our CEIAG Policy, containing our ‘Provider Access Policy Statement’ and ‘Careers Programme’, by clicking here.
The next review of CEIAG information that is published is scheduled for October 2023.
Data Protection & GDPR
Please see our ‘Data Protection Policy’ by clicking here.
Please see our ‘Retention Policy’ by clicking here.
Please see our ‘Privacy Notices’ and information within them about Data Protection and the GDPR by clicking here.
Please view our ‘Freedom of Information Publication Scheme’ information by clicking here.
Please see our ‘Complaints Policy & Procedure’ by clicking here.
Please see our ‘Special Educational Needs Policy’ above for specific details about any complaints regarding support of children with special educational needs provided by the school.
Please see our ‘Whistleblowing Policy’ by clicking here.
Charging and remissions policies
Please see our ‘Charging and Remissions Policy’ by clicking here.
School Development Plan and SLT Roles
Please click here to see the School Development Plan (SDP)
Please click here to see the roles within the Senior Leadership Team (SLT)
Governance and financial information
Please see our current memorandum of association, articles of association, funding agreement, annual audited accounts, annual report and register of interests for the accounting officer by clicking here.
Please see our structure and remit of the members of our governing body, plus any relevant business and pecuniary interests that they have by clicking on the related links:
Trade Union Facility Time
We follow the Department for Education’s advice regarding Trade Union Facility Time. We agree flexible arrangements with union representatives, providing them with reasonable amounts of time off to carry out union duties and undergo relevant training.