"Sir John Cass Red Coat is an OUTSTANDING School"
Ofsted Report, December 2015

Message from the Headteacher

Thank you for taking the time to visit our school website.  I am delighted to be the Head teacher of our fabulous school.  It is an absolute honour and privilege to lead such a skilled and committed group of teachers and support staff... >> Read the full message from our Head Teacher here

Mr Paul Woods

Head Teacher

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Ofsted Report

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Radicalisation and Extremism Poster Competion Winner - Faiyaz, 7CRadicalisation and Extremism Poster Competion Winner - Omima, 8T
Radicalisation and Extremism Poster Competion Winner - Fariha, 9SRadicalisation and Extremism Poster Competion Winner - Alimahad, 10T

School Closure for Eid




Open Morning - 10.00am


Careers Week

03/07/2017 - 07/07/2017

Open Morning - 10.00am


Summer Term - May 2017 Newsletter

In this bumper issue; The School Garden Project, Trip to the Royal College of Surgery – Hunterian Museum, MFL Updates, Sports Updates, World Book Day 2017, The Basement Coffee Lounge Trip, Mr Coles-Charity Run, The Young Volunteer Development Programme, Business Updates, Meet the Employer, Earn/Learn/Succeed with the Civil Service, Apprenticeships for Bright Stars, Evangeline-Fashion Designer, The NHS Support Team will see you now, British Science Week 2017, Shakespeare 400, Using YouTube-Advice for Parents  Read more ››

Year 11 Exam Arrangements

Letter sent home to parents re. Yr 11 Examination Arrangements  Read more ››

Important Announcement

Non-Uniform Day - Thursday 6th April 2017

As part of the many events planned for SJCR's Charity Week there will be a non-uniform day on Thursday 6th April. Pupils wishing to wear non-uniform will be asked for a minimum donation of £1 when they enter school. If your child decides not to participate, they will be expected to come to school, as normal, in full school uniform.

Thursday 6th April will be a normal teaching day and it is essential that all pupils attend school correctly equipped and with the books for each of their lessons.