Morning Notes

Friday 04 December, 2015

How was your lunch this week?

Please take a moment to complete this survey on what you like and sharing with us your ideas on how we can improve.


We highly value your feedback and suggestions.


Thank you!

Quiz of the Week

This is the last quiz of the week for 2015. The top two teams from this term will face off in quiz of the year to find our advisory champions!!!

Your Voice is Important!

On behalf of the Halcyon Strategic Planning Committee, we would like to remind you to participate in our strategic planning survey. Let us know your opinion on Halcyon and your school life.


The Halcyon Strategic Planning Committee would like to thank you for your support, and we very much look forward to hearing your opinions through this survey.

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Grades 10 and 11 Art Trip

Date: Tuesday 08 December

Time: Depart Halcyon at 0900, Dismissed from UCL at 1600

Location: UCL Institute of Education in the Logal Hall, 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL


Grade 10 (Vicky, Claire, Julia and Fra) and 11 (Alex, Isla, Charlie, Gwen, Anne­-Marie, Dina and Daphne) art students ( will be attending a day's workshop called "The Creative Process" held at UCL Institute of Education on Tuesday 08 December 2015. This is a specially designed course for GCSE, A Level and IB art students.


Four Contemporary artists will be presenting namely; Kate Malone a Ceramic artist, Rebecca Wright a Graphic Designer, Tom Piper a Set and Costume Designer and Gerald Scarfe a Cartoonist and illustrator.


The trip should provide great inspiration for our art students, learning from these artists about their creative process, methods and way of making a living.


Students should bring:


  • a topped up Oyster card

  • a charged iPad

  • money for a snack and lunch or a packed lunch

  • wear comfortable walking shoes

Grade 6 Drama Trip to Drury Lane-Backstage Tour

On Thursday 10 December the Grade 6 students will be taking a trip to the Drury Lane Theatre, Covent Garden, for a backstage tour. Since 1663 the Theatre Royal Drury Lane has provided entertainment for the masses and has been visited by every monarch since the Restoration.The theatre has not one, but two, royal boxes and it was here that the public first heard both the National Anthem and Rule Britannia. Previous buildings were managed by the great actor David Garrick and the famous playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan and the current, fourth, building was opened in 1812.


Students will depart Halcyon at 1300 and should be returning to Halcyon by 1630 where they will be dismissed from school.


Students need to bring:

- Comfortable walking shoes

- Topped up Oyster card

- Water bottle

Halcyon Winter Dance, Thursday 10 December

Students in the advisory of "Hubbub", have organised a winter dance for our school and community friends. Please sign-up here! Their aim is to raise money for Mary's Meals. £12.20 can feed two children for a year and their goal is to feed 60 young people. Funds will come from the dance entry fees and your contributions to this site.


This is a festive season for children of many faiths. Food is such a big part of traditional celebrations! It is hard for us to realise that many children may be going without food during this happy holiday season. You can make a difference to these young people by making a donation...Plus the government will match you £ for £ up until December 28th for every £ raised. So please be generous and watch our fund raising efforts grow.

Bett Conference

The Bett Conference (great speakers are featured) is a FREE educational technology conference and it is happening again this year at the London Excel Centre on 20-23 January.


Halcyon students and teachers have an opportunity to speak on the Google stage about how Google Apps for Education has improved teaching and learning.


If you are interested in presenting please email Ms Crannell.


A planning meeting will take place next week on Wednesday 07 December in M02 from 1240-1320. At this meeting you will be asked to share what you would like to present so have your ideas ready. We can also help you with an idea.

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GIN Fundraising Event

The GIN Club is fundraising for the garden project, and in order to raise money, we will be hosting a onesie / pyjama day on Thursday 07 January.


Bring in £2 or more and be cosy all day while supporting the garden!


Thank you,

GIN members

Lunch clubs

Student Council in B01

Running Club

This weeks off campus

Friday, Grades 7 and 11

Mother tongue

Lunch

Mike and Thomas, French in S02

Cosmo and Maddie, French in F01

Alex, Swedish in F02

Nathan, German in M02


Period 7

Scott and Eveline, Spanish in S02

Today's lunch menu

Main Dish Option One

Winter vegetable pie (GF)


Main Dish Option Two

Roasted vegetable, black olive and basil pizza


Main Dish Option Three

Butter bean and sage soup


Salad Bar

Mixed salad

Sweetcorn salad

Quinoa feta and pomegranate salad

Cucumber salad

Hard boiled eggs


Dessert

Chocolate brownie

Seasonal fruits