Thank you for taking the time to visit Sir John Cass Red Coat School's 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, all of whom share a phenomenal commitment to the achievement and wellbeing of our students.
Mr Paul Woods, Head Teacher
"I am overwhelmed by what the school has done for my child."
"Tower Hamlets is a better place because of this school."
Sir Ian McKellen, World Renowned Actor
"Teachers' enthusiasm and commitment for every pupil to succeed is infectious, creating a highly positive classroom learning environment."
Ofsted Report, 2015
Sir John Cass Red Coat School is an Outstanding Church School
SIAMS Inspection, May 2018
"There is a high level of support, both pastoral and academic throughout KS3 & KS4 helping to enhance confidence and progress."
"Pupils are provided with opportunities to explore freely and learn about issues that affect their lives, both now and in the future. These include personal, health and social education, the equality group, debating society and faith groups."
Ofsted Report, 2015
"What a pleasure to meet such thoughtful and enterprising students. Their interest in how to deal with the problems of the world is a joy."
Dame Barbara Stocking, President of Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University
We will achieve excellence and inspire generations the Cass Way
“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Luke 6:31
End of Autumn Term and Start of Spring Term Arrangements
End of term 1 arrangements + start of the term 2 School will close for the Christmas break on Friday 20th December. Arrangements are as follows: Periods 1 and 2: Lessons as normal 11.00am: Students return to their form room for tutorial time 11.15am: From 11.15am onwards the students will be dismissed by their Head […]
Cold air is a major trigger of asthma symptoms such as wheezing and shortness of breath. People with asthma should be especially careful in winter. Be extra vigilant about taking your regular medications, and keep emergency reliever inhalers close by. Don’t forget to send in your spare inhaler and spacer to school with a copy of […]
In our aim to reduce waste in school, we are gradually removing any unnecessary disposable items used around the school. As of Monday, students will be required to bring their own water bottles to refill from the water fountains and dispensers at break and lunch time. Thank you for your co-operation