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A Level Success

A busy day at school after the long wait for results.

The number of A* and A grades increased this year as did the overall pass rate.

Well done to all our pupils! We are proud of all your achievements.

Congratulations to:

Magnus who obtained A*A*AA and secured his place at Oxford to study Mechanical Engineering

Nadia achieved an amazing 3 A* and will study Maths at Bristol.

Brian, Jishel and Henrietta will study Medicine

Cara, Maeve and Caleb all acheived a magical A* grade.

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Summer Newsletter

Click here for the Summer Newsletter from Mrs Gillespie


Homework Club

Please note that Homework Club is cancelled on Wednesday 10 July.


Activities Day, Friday 5 July

On Friday the 5th of July, we held our annual activities day. Students were, as always, amazing in how they threw themselves into the day and showed real team spirit as form groups as they competed for points for their year group trophies. Points were rewarded for team spirit, community strength and sportsmanship. In addition to the wonderful experience for our students, we hosted a speaker from the charity MOVE against Cancer. This is a charity which promotes fitness, sports and activity for people affected by cancer. We raised £506 for the charity – an amazing amount of money for which they passed on their gratitude to the parents in our community. A special thanks also to our dancers who performed in front of the whole school on the field and were cheered on by their very impressed friends! A community to be proud of.    

 


Summer Reading

Summer Reading:

If you can encourage your child to read just one book a week over the Holidays you will help prevent the dreaded “Summer Slump” which can put their progress back by several months… Please encourage the younger ones to sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge at their local Library  https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

Or take a look at this website which has reading suggestions and activities to keep them occupied over Summer:

https://toppsta.com/pdf/Toppsta%20Summer%20Reading%20Bingo.pdf

Why not take a book away on your holidays too ?

https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/books/best-new-books-for-summer-holiday-2019-a4136741.html

https://www.independent.co.uk/extras/indybest/books/fiction-books/best-summer-books-2019-reads-novels-a8964166.html

Enjoy your reading adventures!