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In Key Stage 3 we understand that the move from the Junior School to the Senior School can be a daunting one, where students will go from being the oldest to the youngest.
Students will switch from a single class teacher in one familiar room to upwards of 12-13 specialist teachers in as many rooms. Students are immersed in a campus rich in cultural diversity with other young people from all religions and nationalities.
We have high expectations of all our students here at St. Christopher’s, not just in KS3, and there will be many opportunities presented to students, both academic and extra-curricular.
Whilst we expect students to show commitment and dedication to their academic studies, there are also a whole host of activities and clubs that they can join and opportunities, and we encourage all our students to sign up and make lots of new friends. Students may also choose to become involved in some of our many Community Service projects which allow us to help others, locally and globally.
To assist with the transition and to help to ease any anxieties, we arrange a number of transition events: