End of the Academic Year for 2022
Welcome to my final newsletter of the academic year 2021/22. This newsletter has important information about September as well as rounding up this academic year and celebrating some of the fantastic events we've been able to host this term.
It's great to be able to finish off a full year of school and the last few weeks have been jam packed with awards events, shows and activities. Thank you to everyone for their attendance and support for these events.
I'm very excited about next year, we have some great plans to take our school to the next level and I know your children will benefit hugely from the changes we will be making, but more about that in the next academic year.
For now, for those awaiting examination results in the summer we all wish you the very best of luck and I look forward to celebrating your successes with you later in August, and to everyone else have a lovely summer and I look forward to seeing you in September.
Reminders for September
- COATS- must be black, NAVY blue or DARK grey only
- SHOES - Plain black leather shoes (without any colour, no trainers, boots or canvas shoes)
- SKIRTS - Must be purchased from the outfitters and must meet the knee.
- YR.11 Jumpers - must be black, completely plain and V neck.
- Yr.7, 8,9 only plain t shirt in their house colour.
Start of Term Details
Friday 2nd September - Year 7 and 12 only
Year 7 - 08:35 -15:25
Year 12 - 10:00 - 14:30
Monday 5th September - All Year Groups
08:35 - 15:15 (Y9-13) / 15:25 (Y7 & 8)
New School Day for September 2022
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
School Ambassadors 2022/23
Senior School Ambassadors
Deputy School Ambassadors
Rewards Events for Year 8 and 9
Thinking about the hot weather this summer....
As we are seeing very hot weather at the moment, the natural instinct is to cool off, and you may think what better than in a cooling pond, river, stream or canal. As you will have seen on the news, there have been several deaths recently, with adults, teenagers and children getting into trouble. The main culprit is cold water shock, which causes you to involuntary gasp, get in to trouble and then unfortunately drown. As well as the cold water, most of our rivers have dangerous currents, hidden obstacles and natural dangers, even the strongest swimmers can get caught out.
Please ensure you and your family stay safe. We encourage you to watch the very short video below for more information.
As mentioned above these events and everything else we do on a day to day basis can only happen with the support of our amazing staff who are so giving of their time and energy. I would like to thank all of them for all their hard work this year and wish them a lovely summer break.
I would also like to thank our Governing Body, led by our Chair of Governors, Adrian Harris, who works exceptionally hard behind the scenes to ensure the school is the best it can be.
Finally I would like to thank our parents and carers for their support over the year. Enjoy the wonderful family time over the next six weeks and I look forward to seeing our students back in September; and to those families leaving us this summer the very best of luck for the future.