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Southern Entrance

We would like to remind parents and carers that the gate at the southern entrance will be locked at 08:23 each morning. Students arriving after this time should enter via the main entrance in Cricklefield Place.

Safeguarding

The welfare and safety of our students is our priority. We do everything possible to ensure our students’ safety, both within the school community and outside of school, including working with relevant agencies to address any issues related to child protection. Students are informed of who they should go to should they have a concern about their own safety or the safety of others. At INA, all staff have regular safeguarding training to ensure that they are able to meet their statutory responsibilities. We also have a number of staff who are designated to respond to any child protection concerns and to liaise with social services:

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Jo Spencer Vice Principal Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) Tam Broadway Primary Headteacher Designated Child Protection Officers Eleanor Seale Office Manager Leanne Abbott-Jones Assistant Principal Gareth Marshall-Jones Primary Deputy Headteacher Patrick Ball Pastoral Leader

You can find the INA Safeguarding policy, Child Protection policy and other related policies and procedures on the Academy’s website.

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Dear Parents and Carers, I hope you all enjoyed a really relaxing break over half term. This week’s newsletter is packed full of reports of trips and visits that our students have been fortunate to experience. I am continually grateful to our staff for giving up their time to enrich the curriculum with these opportunities. I should like to remind parents of secondary students that Monday 27th February is an Independent Learning Day when Years 7-10 study from home. We look forward to welcoming them back at 8.25am on Tuesday 28th. 160 Year 11s have interviews for INA’s sixth form on Monday. It is vital that a parent accompanies each student. The times of these interviews have been communicated to families and we would ask that you ensure that you are punctual for your appointment. Many thanks. Next Thursday is World Book Day and we encourage all the students to come to school dressed as a favourite fictional character, for the cost of £1. I look forward to seeing some fabulous costumes! With best wishes,

Rachel Macfarlane

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Monday 27th February is an Independent Learning day This day is the second Independent Learning day of the year when students will complete their learning independently at home.   Students will not attend the Academy on this day unless requested by to do so by a Head of Department for some intensive revision or learning .  The purpose of the day is for students to consolidate and extend their learning in their various subjects. This will help to develop students’ BRIDGES skills of self-discipline, independence, discovery, organisation and adaptability and other important learning dispositions. Teachers have given careful consideration to the tasks they are setting for the day which can be accessed remotely on Fronter.  There will be opportunities to practise key skills, elaborate upon prior learning, explore concepts and knowledge in more depth, revise for upcoming exams and assessments and to do some pre-learning tasks. Stretch and challenge tasks will be also available.  It would be helpful if parents can ensure that the learning set by teachers is completed to a high standard.

Ms Spencer

Vice Principal

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INA Sixth Form Interviews Monday 27th February 2017

We are looking forward to interviewing all our internal students and some external students on Monday 27th February. Please I can remind parents/ carers that we cannot issue an offer letter without a parent/carer present at the interview. In addition I would like to highlight that the 6th form transition days will take place during the week commencing 3rd July. We will confirm dates shortly but would like you to be aware with sufficient notice. Ms Alibhai Vice Principal

MFL Speaking - Examination re-sits We would like to notify parents (and remind students) that their Speaking re-sit exams will take place next week. This only concerns students that were involved in the preparation for the controlled assessment on Thursday 23rd February. The French exams will take place on Wednesday 1st March in the morning and the Spanish exams will take place on Thursday 2nd March. Please check with your children that they know their appointment time for their exam. We would also be grateful if you could encourage them to revise for this. Thank you,

The MFL team

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Extra Printing Credits for Year 11

All Year 11 students will receive an extra 50 printing credits to support them with their revision and exam preparation

If you are Pupil Premium student and are struggling to meet the printing demands, please see Mr Crowther-Green.

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Year 10 progress meeting Wednesday 1st March 2017 2:30 – 6:30pm ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧

✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧ ✧✧

Year 10 Progress meeting is calendared for Wednesday 1st March 2017 from 2:30-6:30pm. All students will complete lessons P1 – 4a (Year 10 and Year 11 students will complete lesson 4a as per KS3 timings). P4a will finish for all students at 1:05pm. Students will return to tutor groups from 1:05-1:15pm. Students who are eligible for Free School Meals who request lunch in advance (via form tutors) can collect a lunch bag from the KS3 desk area as they leave. Tutors will escort students to the KS3 gate at 1:15 where students are expected to go directly home. Year 10 students will return between 2:30-6:30pm with parents/carers/adult family member. Students are expected to attend with an adult family member in full school uniform. The progress meeting will take place in the KS3 Hall. The last appointment is 6:25pm for a 6:30pm finish. Staff will set independent learning for Years 7, 8, 9 and 11 in advance for P5 and p6. The school will be closed to Years 7, 8, 9 and 11 from 1:15. Enrichments and detentions will not take place. Mark Crowther-Green Assistant Principal

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GCSE Examination Timetable Summer 2017 Date Mon 15 May

Week 3

Week 2

Week 1

Tue 16 May

Session

Length

Paper Code

Subject

AM

60

B603/01

Religious Studies

REL STUDS: ETHICS WRITTEN

60

B604/01

Religious Studies

REL STUDIES B: ETHICS 2 WRITTEN

90

5RS0601

Religious Studies

REL/LIFE/HINDUISM

25

5FR011F

French

LISTENING (F)

35

5FR011H

French

LISTENING (H)

35

5FR033F

French

READING (F)

50

5FR033H

French

READING (H) INFLUENCES ON LIFE (H)

AM

Paper

Tue 16 May

PM

60

5BI1H01

Biology

Thu 18 May

AM

60

5CH1H01

Chemistry

Thu 18 May

PM

90

41530001

Drama

DRAMA UNIT 3 WRITTEN PAPER

Fri 19 May

AM

25

5SP011F

Spanish

LISTENING (F)

35

5SP011H

Spanish

LISTENING (H)

35

5SP033F

Spanish

READING (F)

50

5SP033H

Spanish

READING (H)

CHEMISTRY IN OUR WORLD(H)

Fri 19 May

PM

90

5PE0101

P. E.

THEORY OF PHYSICAL ED.

Mon 22 May

AM

105

1ET0 01

English Literature

SHAKESP.& POST 1914 LIT.

Mon 22 May

PM

90

B561/02

Geography

Wed 24 May

PM

60

5PH1H01

Physics

Thu 25 May

AM

90

1MA1 1F

Mathematics

NON CALCULATOR (F)

90

1MA1 1H

Mathematics

NON CALCULATOR (H)

GEOG B: SUSTAIN DCSN MKNG WRTTN UNIVERSAL PHYSICS (H)

Fri 26 May

AM

135

1ET0 02

English Literature

19C NOV/POETRY SINCE 1789

Mon 5 Jun

AM

105

91451

History

Tue 6 Jun

AM

105

1EN0 01

English Language

Tue 6 Jun

PM

105

B563/02

Geography

Wed 7 Jun

PM

90

5RS1301

Religious Studies

Thu 8 Jun

AM

90

1MA1 2F

Mathematics

CALCULATOR (F)

90

1MA1 2H

Mathematics

CALCULATOR (H)

HISTORY B UNIT 1 FICTION & IMAG.WRITING GEOG B: GEOGRPHCL KEY THMS WRTN HINDUISM

Fri 9 Jun

AM

60

5BI2H01

Biology

COMPONENTS OF LIFE (H)

Fri 9 Jun

PM

90

5MU0301

Music

LISTENING & APPRAISING

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GCSE Examination Timetable Summer 2017 Date

Session

Length

Paper Code

Subject

Mon 12 Jun

AM

120

1EN0 02

English Language

Mon 12 Jun

PM

45

5RU0101

LISTENING

55

5RU0301

READING

90

1MA1 3F

Mathematics

CALCULATOR (F)

90

1MA1 3H

Mathematics

CALCULATOR (H)

Week 4

Tue 13 Jun

AM

NON-FIC.& TRANS.WRITING

Wed 14 Jun

AM

60

5CH2H01

Chemistry

Wed 14 Jun

PM

105

91452

History

Thu 15 Jun

PM

60

B601/01

Religious Studies

REL STUDIES B: PHILOSOPHY 1 WRITTEN

60

B602/01

Religious Studies

REL STUDIES B: PHILOSOPHY 2 WRITTEN

DISCOVERING CHEMISTRY(H) HISTORY B UNIT 2

Fri 16 Jun

AM

60

5PH2H01

Physics

PHYS.FOR YOUR FUTURE (H)

Fri 16 Jun

PM

25

5IN011F

Italian

LISTENING (F)

35

5IN011H

Italian

LISTENING (H)

35

5IN033F

Italian

READING (F)

50

5IN033H

Italian

READING (H)

45

46801H

Panjabi

PANJABI UNIT 1 TIER H

60

5BI3H01

Biology

USING BIOLOGY (H)

Mon 19 Jun Mon 19 Jun

AM PM

45

5AR0101

Arabic

LISTENING

5AR0301

Arabic

READING

46802H

Panjabi

PANJABI UNIT 2 TIER H

60

46804

Panjabi

PANJABI UNIT 4

55 Tue 20 Jun

Week 5

Paper

AM

50

Tue 20 Jun

PM

90

5GR0201

Graphics

KNOWLEDGE & UNDERSTANDING

Wed 21 Jun

AM

60

5CH3H01

Chemistry

CHEMISTRY IN ACTION (H)

Wed 21 Jun

PM

60

5RU0401

Russian

WRITING

Thu 22 Jun

PM

60

5AR0401

Russian

WRITING

Fri 23 Jun

AM

60

5PH3H01

Physics

APPLICATION OF PHYSICS(H)

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Praise and Recognition

At INA, we aim to provide a stimulating, challenging and rewarding learning environment which supports learning, celebrates achievement and encourages everyone. Awarding merits, informal praise in class and the end of term awards assemblies are all part of this. Please speak to your child/children on a regular basis to see how many merits they have and how they are working towards the different awards on offer.

Merits

We have just passed the halfway point of the Spring term, and it has been a great start to the merit race! A massive well done to all the students who have worked hard to get merits so far! Remember that there are merit awards for gaining 25/50/100/150 merits over the academic year, so set yourself a target to achieve! Also your merits help push your form up to the top of the leaderboard, so it will be interesting to see which form wins in each year group this term! If you are owed merits, make sure you do remember to get them and good luck! YEAR 7

TOTAL

YEAR 8

TOTAL

YEAR 9

TOTAL

YEAR 10

TOTAL

YEAR 11

TOTAL

W C A S E N I

345 295 269 244 161 161 155

N T W I C S A E

248 242 221 205 194 160 158 121

T E W S A N C I

146 140 133 92 83 75 65 67

E T N S I W A

188 146 100 97 83 66 26

I W S A C N E T

114 18 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ahmed Al-Khafaji Award (Peer Commendation Award) Ahmed was well known for being kind, for helping others and for being extremely polite. He was also someone known for his hard work and absorption. The idea, therefore, is that the winner should be someone who encapsulated one of these qualities in that week. Year 7: Zahoor Mohammad 7A Year 8: Rohan Seewoochurn 8I Year 9: Arslan Dar 9N Year 10: Zainab Ale 10E Year 11: Milan Sehmi 11A

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Good Deed Feed Ms McEvoy: A big thank you to Abdi Omar in 9I. He spent over an hour helping me organise and process option forms and requests, so that I can now work to build the option blocks. He demonstrated citizenship, energy and perseverance throughout. Ms Brett: Akash Rathoor 7E for helping clean up my classroom without being asked!

Mr Ayerh

Year 10 Pastoral Leader, i/c Praise and Recognition.

Year 11 English Literature Lecture On Thursday 23rd February, Ms Curley, Head of English, delivered a lecture to all of Year 11 on the context of the novel ‘Animal Farm’. Ms Curley’s lecture focused on George Orwell, the Russian Revolution and communism, and Stalin’s reign of terror. The lecture was designed to consolidate and deepen students’ understanding of the relationship between ‘Animal Farm’ and its context, which is a key assessment objective. Students responded positively and commented afterwards how informative and helpful they had found it. Lectures are often given to students at A Level and in universities. It allows the teacher to go in-depth on a specific topic. In order to get the most out of this style of learning, students had to demonstrate great listening and note-making skills. We hope to offer more lecture-style learning experiences to students as they prepare for the transition to KS5.

A video of Ms Curley’s lecture will be posted on Fronter for students to watch again as part of their Animal Farm revision.

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Open Mindedne

Srinivasa Ramanujan

Srinivasa Ramanujan was a mathematician who, after growing up poor in Madras, India, earned admittance to Cambridge University during World War I, where he became a pioneer in mathematical theories. Though he had almost no formal training in pure mathematics, he made substantial contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions. Upon arrival at Cambridge from India (a move which required Ramanujan to be highly open-minded), Ramanujan met with racism and found adjusting to life in England a challenge at first. During his short life, Ramanujan showed vast amounts of curiosity which inspired him to independently investigate and compile nearly 3,900 results (mostly identities and equations). Nearly all his claims have now been proven correct. His original and highly unconventional results, such as the Ramanujan prime and the Ramanujan theta function, have inspired a vast amount of further research.

Google celebrated Ramanujan's 125th birthday with a Google Doodle.

Open Mindedness Being open to new experiences and ideas.

Behaviours Listening to all points of view, not jumping to conclusions, being willing to consider new ways of looking at things and trying new things.

Curiosity A desire to investigate and find out more.

Behaviours Asking questions e.g. I wonder why‌? What if‌? Actively and independently seeking answers, being enthusiastic about learning and viewing gaps in your knowledge as opportunities for development.

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ess & Curiosity Students who have shown great open-mindedness and curiosity

Abhay Prabhakar 11A is so genuinely

interested in his Drama learning; he wants to know everything there is to know and his curiosity for the subject has manifested itself in some stunning performances this half term.

Aksa Ditta 7S and Warren Singh 7A were the winners of Year 7’s Curiosity Box competition. Aksa did a fascinating piece of research on ‘Interesting Iguanas’, which is now available to read in the library. Warren completed a lot of research on sporting heroes, including many footballers.

Students

Top tips

• As you are learning, record the questions that spring to mind so you can investigate them at another time. • Next time you have a choice of meal/cuisine, try a different culture. • Read a book by a different author or a read a genre of book you have not explored before. • Debate a news story or an issue you feel strongly about from the opposite viewpoint.

Parents • Visit a museum or gallery with your son/daughter and discuss the items on display. • Watch a topical news story together and talk about the different viewpoints expressed. • Help your son/daughter to organise a visit to a university open days to explore the range of subjects on offer, not just the ones your child is interested in now.

• Find out how different religions/cultures celebrate holy days, worship, greet each other, socialise etc. • Research a range of careers and ask curious questions about vocations you know little about. • Consider EPQ in sixth form to research a question are curious2017 about. 24you February Secondary Newsletter

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VACANCIES - Exam Invigilators ✧✧ We are looking to appoint Examination  Invigilators to add to our current bank of dedicated Invigilators. ✧✧ Employment will be on a casual basis to supervise students taking GCSE exams, mock GCSEs and general end of year exams as necessary throughout the school year.  ✧✧ Our immediate requirement is from 15th May to 23rd June this year. ✧✧ Please visit (www.isaacnewtonacademy.org/vacancies) our vacancies section on the school website if you are interested in finding out more, or wish to apply. ✧✧ The closing date for applications is 9am Wednesday 8th March 2017.

Y10 students are thinking about Work Experience placements. They want to gain experience that will support them with their future careers. Can you support them by offering a placement at your place of work? We need placements in all work areas for 5 consecutive days from 3rd-7th July 2017. If you can support INA students please contact:  Anu Patel (a.patel@isaacnewtonacademy.org)

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Safeguarding Update The government last week issued a new standard definition of Child Sexual Exploitation, potential vulnerabilities and indicators of abuse and appropriate action to take in response. Although there have been definitions in the past, there was no one agreed definition, and many felt it did not reflect the growth of the internet.

Statutory definition of Child Sexual Exploitation Child sexual exploitation is a form of child sexual abuse. It occurs where an individual or group takes advantage of an imbalance of power to coerce, manipulate or deceive a child or young person under the age of 18 into sexual activity (0a) in exchange for something the victim needs or wants, and/or (b) for the financial advantage or increased status of the perpetrator or facilitator. The victim may have been sexually exploited even if the sexual activity appears consensual. Child sexual exploitation does not always involve physical contact; it can also occur through the use of technology. We must have an increased awareness of the risks involved in the use of technology and that children do not need to be using social media to fall into problems; popular online games also have a risk of grooming. The full document Child sexual exploitation - Definition and a guide for practitioners is available as a link in Appendix C of the Safeguarding Policy on INA’s website.

Ms Spencer

Vice Principal

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Year 11 Exam evening Tuesday 14th March 6.00-7.00pm Attendance is required by parents/carers and Year 11 students

Parents/carers and all Year 11 students are required to attend an exam meeting on Tuesday 14th March from 6.00-7.00pm. During this meeting students and parents/carers will be required to collect and sign documents that will allow the finalisation of exam entries.

We look forward to your attendance. Mr Crowther-Green Coming soon to Year 7...

Rochester Trip 2017

Your chance to visit one of the best-known Norman cities in England. It boasts a magnificent medieval castle and cathedral. Keep an eye out for more information in your Humanities lessons next week!

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Attendance Regular attendance is a crucial factor in students’ educational development and ability to achieve their full potential. At Isaac Newton Academy every student is set the target of 100% attendance. We know that attendance has a direct link to progress, and would urge you to really consider if a day off school is necessary. Congratulations to 9N with 100% attendance. Year 8 are the top year group for the week with 96.8% 7A

96.0

8A

97.5

9A

90.5

10A

96.9

11A

96.5

7C

96.0

8C

96.1

9C

94.3

10E

95.8

11C

86.4

7E

92.3

8E

96.8

9E

93.8

10I

96.2

11E

95.2

7I

96.2

8I

96.7

9I

96.7

10N

92.8

11I

94.3

7N

88.5

8N

93.8

9N

100

10S

94.4

11N

95.7

7S

96.2

8S

98.3

9S

93.5

10T

93.6

11S

94.8

7W

84.6

8T

97.0

9T

97.4

10W

94.2

11T

93.8

8W

97.8

9W

97.6

11W

99.6

Ms Abbott-Jones Assistant Principal

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Year 8 Cushions Half of the year group have just completed a rotation in Textiles Technology and have worked extremely hard creating ‘Day of the Dead’ themed cushion covers. Students have used fabric paint to add decoration on their cushions which needs to be heat fixed to ensure that the paint does not rub off or run when used or washed. Please make sure all students with cushions iron their cushion before use. To do this you need to place some scrap paper / fabric on top of the decoration (this is to protect the iron). The iron should be on a medium heat and will need approximately 1 minute of heat applied to ensure that the paint is fixed into the fabric. If any students need assistance with this there is an iron available in school and they must see Ms Hinds or Miss Foot to help them. If you are looking for a cushion inner to fill the cushion they are available on Wilkinson online or in store. Size = 40cm x 40cm

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Tip of the Week Privacy settings

By default, everyone can comment on and like your posts if you have them set to public. Click  at the top-right corner and select Settings to be able to control who can see and comment on your post.

• Public: Includes everyone, even people not following you. • Friends (+ friends of anyone tagged): Includes your friends on Facebook. If anyone else is tagged in a post, then the audience expands to also include the tagged person and their friends. • Friends of Friends: Includes all of your friends and any friends that they have.

Take the time to check that your settings are secure, visit settings and check the following: We would recommend that your post sharing is set to 'friends'. To limit how you can be searched for on Facebook, these settings can be adjusted Any thing set to public can be viewed by everyone with access to the internet anywhere in the world!

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Year 10 visits the Natural History Museum On Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th February, Year 10 students visited the Natural History Museum to explore the exhibits and gain valuable information as they prepare for their GCSE exams. Students spent their day finding fascinating facts about the human biology, getting up close to dinosaurs and charting the 4-billion-year history of the earth.

even a collection of Darwin’s original work! Overall I really enjoyed this trip as a means of learning outside the school environment” - Amber Khandwalla (10T, Triple Science student)

Dr R. Mounsey Lead Teacher of Biology

“On the Wednesday before half-term, Double Science students were privileged enough to go to the Natural History Museum and immerse ourselves in the knowledge that surrounded us. We scavenged the whole museum completing various activities and we enjoyed exploring and filling our minds with knowledge. The day was a great way to end the term. The highlight was watching the live dinosaur scaring students. The tip was convivial, immersing and enriching” - Aliya Vahora (10W, Double Science student) “I was able to explore the different areas of science the Museum had information about. This included volcanoes and earthquakes, humans and the body, animals, and much more. I was given the opportunity to take a tour “behind the scenes” of what we usually see in the Museum. In a group, we were given a talk about laboratory work, and also had some insight into how it would be to work as a scientific researcher. We were shown parts of the storing rooms where they keep masses of dead animals preserved in jars filled with alcohol, dating back many hundreds of years. There was

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Trip to see Frankenstein at the Greenwich Theatre While everyone else was enjoying a relaxing and well-earned lie-in on the first Saturday of half-term, a small group of Year 11s were not. Instead, they had made the effort to drag themselves out of bed and into the centre of London – despite the trains not running – to see a production of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein at the Greenwich Theatre. As many people know, the story is a tragic one: Victor Frankenstein, a scientist, becomes so obsessed with the mysteries of life and death that he isolates himself, locking himself in his laboratory, setting himself the challenge of bringing the dead back to life. But when the creature he gives life to wakes, and blinks its hideous eyes, he soon regrets what he has done. But it’s too late. Mortified at being rejected by its creator, the creature seeks revenge, and embarks on a killing spree: murdering Frankenstein’s brother, friend, and wife. As the story reaches its climax, the monster and its master pursue one another to ends of the earth – literally – to see which one of them will triumph in the end. The production that we saw brought all this vividly to life: not only was the theatre as cold as the icy landscape where Frankenstein and his monster finally meet, which may or may not have been intentional, the part of the monster was played by a six-foot puppet, which the actors took in turns to operate as they slipped seamlessly in and out of different roles. The fact that one of those actors looked like David Bowie, and that another looked and sounded so much like Mr Coughlin that he could have been his brother, was potentially distracting. But, according to Simran Bilku, who’s been to all three of the Saturday theatre trips so far, it was the best one so far. Hopefully the next and final Year 11 theatre trip – to see Shakespeare’s Othello in the new Sam Wanamaker Theatre on London’s Southbank – will be even better still!

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Key Dates for the Spring Term 2017 Term Dates -Spring Term Tuesday 3rd January – Friday 31st March Half Term: Monday 13th – Friday 17th February INSET Days: Tuesday 3rd January, Friday 17th March Independent Learning Day: Monday 27th February

Key Dates for Secondary – Spring Term

Monday 27th February Wednesday 1st March Thursday 2nd March Friday 10th March Friday 10th March Monday 13th March Thursday 16th March Thursday 16th March Friday 17th March Friday 24th March

Wednesday 29th March Thursday 30th March Friday 31st March

Independent Learning/Revision Day: NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS Year 10 Progress Meetings 14:30 – 18:30 World Book Day (Dress as a book character) Year 9 & 10 Science Live Trip Year 7 & 8 Team Maths Challenge Year 7 Progress Meetings 14:30 – 18:30 Year 8 Royal Observatory Trip Maths Intermediate Challenge Inset Day: NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS Year 8 Big Band Competition Year 9 & 10 Kings College Medical School Day Trip Spring Concert Awards Assemblies. End of Term. EARLY CLOSE

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