Parent Handbook 2019/20


We are comitted to working in partnership with the parents and carers of our students. You are encouraged to contact the school if you have any concerns or questions about your child's academic progress  and  well-being.

Our Parent Support Adviser , Mrs Sue Wort , is available to offer support for you in a variety of ways. She can be contacted at the school by phone or by emailing SWort@corsham.wilts.sch.ukParent-support-Leaflet

Important school information can be found in our Parent Handbook, which is available to download above

To keep up to date with important dates and forthcoming events, please visit our Forthcoming Events page. 

Information on school uniform requirements can be found on the uniform page in the Parent Handbook.


If you want to give your opinion of our school to Ofsted, please click here for to access Ofsted Parent View.

Keeping up with what is happening at school is easier than ever by using the School Gateway website and app. You can access your child's report, latest messages and letters and make payments for trips.

If you have any queries or concerns about your child, please contact their tutor or Year Learning Manager either by phoning 01249 713284 or by emailing them. If you are unsure of their email address, please email
If you have any queries about their academic progress in individual subjects, please see our subject pages for a list of Curriculum Team Leaders, which includes their email address.
For full details of our Curriculum Structure in Years 7, 8 and 9, please click here.
For full details of our Controlled Assessments in Years 10 and 11, please click here.

'Thrive' - early mental health intervention at Corsham School 

My name is Sarah Collins I am a CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service – Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust) Thrive Practitioner for Corsham Secondary School; I am a Registered Mental Health Nurse with specialist training and experience of Child & Adolescent Mental Health.

What is thrive?  My role sits within the Wellbeing Team of CAMHS as part of early mental health intervention.  There is a small team of practitioners across Wiltshire Secondary Schools and Colleges that work in the education setting to promote emotionally healthy environments.

My role involves value adding to the existing support available within the school; so, this can include providing brief intervention to students; small group work, regular drop-ins to students; staff consultation and training.  This all contributes to creating a culture where emotional and mental health needs are understood and supported in a timely and appropriate manner.

Students can access support either via the three drop-in sessions which are on a Wednesday (times below) or via the pastoral team, of whom I am working closely with.

Upon meeting a student, I will be talking to them about what is going on and ask them what they feel they need help with, this will help create a picture as to whether they do have mental health need/s and what support could be helpful in improving their mental health and emotional resilience.  Types of outcomes from the initial session could be the offer of a brief intervention piece of work; group work; signposting to other agencies or a referral into CAMHS (which would be discussed with parents/guardians).

Drop-ins – Wednesdays

10.40-11.00 Year 7-11s

13.05-13.35 – Year 12-13s


10.40-11.00 Year 7-11s