Welcome to Rayner Stephens High School!

1 March 2023

Welcome to Rayner Stephens! 

We’re so delighted to welcome our class of 2028 who have received their place at Rayner Stephens High School today! 

We are really looking forward to meeting the new class of 2028 in the coming months as we prepare them for the next steps in their education. This is the start of a real partnership as school and home work together to ensure the very best education and opportunities we have to offer at our fantastic school.


Our vision of ‘Excellence and Ambition for All’ underpins everything we do and the progress we have made since becoming part of Stamford Park Multi Academy Trust is having a significant and positive impact on the lives of our students. The class of 2028 will be joining the school at a very exciting time; investment continues to happen across the school in our facilities, our staff, and the opportunities offered to students. We are also incredibly proud that our GCSE results last year were the best in the school’s history.


We understand that moving on from primary to secondary school can feel like a big step for children and their families. Our staff are looking forward to helping students prepare for this exciting step. We have planned lots of activities to support them through this journey and make the transition as smooth as possible, so look out for our transition team visiting primary schools and the key dates coming up!


You can also find key information and dates on the Welcome to Rayner Stephens page.


You do not need to contact the school directly to confirm that you accept the place offered to your child for Year 7 in September.  We will assume that you accept the place if you have not contacted the school by Friday 10th March.


We’d like to take this opportunity to formally welcome our new year 7 cohort and wish them every success as a member of the Rayner Stephens and Stamford Park Trust family!


If you have any specific questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

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