t: 01359 234050
Executive Headteacher: Mr M Barrow
Head of School: Mrs P Parker

Head of School's Message

Last week saw all year groups participating in Tutor time activities, overseen by Mr Cooper our DSL, focusing on mental health well-being in the run up to World Mental Health Day Saturday 10 October. We are all aware of the impact Covid-19 has had, including on the mental health of millions of people and we understand that the levels of anxiety, fear, isolation, uncertainty and emotional distress experienced have become widespread. Using resources from the PSHE Association, students and staff looked at a range of topics including: challenging stigma related to mental health, promoting emotional well-being and healthy coping strategies, along with raising awareness of common mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression. Our aim has been to raise awareness and improve understanding amongst our community so we can all support one another during these unprecedented times and moving forward. We wish our school to be a positive environment where students who feel they need extra support with their well-being have a range of resources to access either by themselves, with home or through our Pastoral Team.

The renewed House system has had another successful week, with only twenty house points separating the four houses. This week Tutors will be launching our competition to create a minimalist design for each of the houses to fill the quarter sections of our house shields. Designs need to be aesthetically pleasing and should symbolise the values and qualities of our new house heroes and names. The competition will run across the half term break with a closing date for entries of Monday 9 November.


Latest Tweets


News & Updates

74% achieved grades 9 to 4 in English and Maths Pia Parker, SET Ixworth Head of School, said: “We’re immensely proud of all of our students for their hard work and success in their GCSEs. We strive to create a happy community where pupils are well prepared for adult life and that has certainly continued...... more

What’s going on at SET Ixworth School? The latest Ixworth ‘Ixchange’ Newsletter is available to read on the website here…

Click here for the latest Bulletin for Families…