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Archived Weekly News - 5 March 2021

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Head Teacher's Message

Head Teacher

Dear Parents & Carers

I am so delighted to be welcoming our kids back into school on Monday. Over the past two days we’ve managed to carry out approximately 1,600 lateral flow tests and the whole process has gone remarkably smoothly, largely thanks to the maturity of the students and the Herculean efforts of the team here.

With schools re-opening and the data on transmissions, vaccines and fatalities all improving, it looks like we’re heading in the right direction. However, we mustn’t be complacent. I mentioned in my assembly on Tuesday the importance of personal responsibility for all our kids. We don’t want to have to keep telling them what to do regarding mixing, contacts, mask wearing, etc. What we want are young people who understand that they are the first of all of us to be taking these initial steps out of lockdown, and with independent and responsible decision making, they can ensure we will all be able to follow them in the coming months. If they take care to always limit contacts and potential transmission when they are able, soon enough we can all start to mix and enjoy some more freedoms. (more…)


Writing Competition for Years 7-9

What has 2020/21 lockdown meant for you? Respond creatively to your experience of the lockdown and how you think young people have been affected. Hand-write a response to this question in 200–300 words to win a £10 Amazon voucher and have your writing appear in the school newsletter. Submit entries to your English teacher. You can choose the form you write in, such as diary entries, a story, a personal narrative or an article. Deadline – Friday 26 March 2021.

Are you eligible for free school meals?

Once you qualify for free school meals you may also get help with things like transport costs, school trips and uniform.

It’s really easy to apply and if your application is successful, money for school meals is automatically credited to your child’s ParentPay account for them to use in school.

You qualify if you get: (more…)


Post 18 Options Evening – Tues 16 March

Next Tuesday 16 March at 6pm we will be holding a Post 18 Options Evening on Microsoft Teams. This is a live event for parents and students in Year 12. It’s part of the careers support that we offer for students to help progression after sixth form. The evening is set to be a great event with a range of outside speakers giving guidance on higher education, apprenticeship opportunities and gap years. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and an information booklet will be provided.

You can join the event live or watch the recording afterwards.

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