Message from the Headteacher
We have a busy term in the run-up to Easter. One date for everyone's diary is Saturday 21 March, for a jam-packed morning of activities as part of the Family Learning Day - breakdancing, music, crafts and animation - fun for all ages!
Our Year 10 students have their one week of Work Experience this term. This is a great opportunity to spend time in the world of work, carrying out duties and tasks much as an employee would but with an emphasis on supported learning.
The school's Academic Review Day takes place on Thursday 12 March. We will invite each student and their parent or carer to meet with their tutor and discuss how their work is progressing in each subject and ways in which they can be supported. The school will therefore be closed for Years 7 to 10 but work will be provided for completion at home.
Some students in Year 11 will be invited to attend specific catch up sessions for part or all of 12th March (with consideration made to allow their appointment with their tutor). Mr Duckham will confirm in due course which students will be required to attend on a compulsory basis on this day. We should like to reassure parents/carers of Year 11 students that the library will be open all day for any Year 11 students wishing to work in school rather than at home.
Sixth Form lessons will continue as normal.
Meanwhile do check other dates in the school calendar, including a Parents' Forum on 23 March, and keep an eye out for ParentMail updates.
Ms Di Mashiter
- 9th March 2015 Week B
- 11th March 2015 A level mock recitals
- 12th March 2015 Academic Review Day
- 16th March 2015 Year 10 Work Experience Week
- 16th March 2015 Week A
- 17th March 2015 Board Committees: CWA/FPP. Policies review
- 21st March 2015 Family Learning Day
- 23rd March 2015 Week B
- 23rd March 2015 Parents' Forum 4
- 27th March 2015 Term 4 ends