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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) Leanne Abbott-Jones Assistant Principal Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) Tam Broadway Primary Headteacher Sugra Alibhai Head of Sixth Form Designated Child Protection Officers Gabriel Ayerh Patrick Ball (Online safety) Pardeep Chaggar Jody Lapish Gareth Marshall-Jones

Mariam Mayet Amreen Patel Jag Singh David Wilson

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, As we come to the end of another busy half term, I would like to thank the staff for organising some great events and trips, including the music PGL residential over the May bank holiday weekend, the Rochester trip for 180 Year 7 students, the BBC Orchestra rehearsal day and numerous theatre trips and sporting events. We know how enriching such experiences are and appreciate the time and effort that goes into making them a success. This week we welcomed the Year 6 children who will be joining INA in September at their information evening. We had nearly seven applications for every place and there is a waiting list of about 350 children. The school’s continuing popularity is a result of the hard work and dedication of staff and the great attitude to learning and progress demonstrated by our students. Finally, just to remind you that Monday 4th June is the last Independent Learning Day of the academic year. All secondary students will be expected to use the day to revise at home for their forthcoming exams, except for those who are required to come in for an examination on that day. Further details can be found later in the newsletter. With all best wishes,

Jo Spencer ENRICHMENTS All secondary enrichments will be cancelled from Monday 4th June to Friday 29th June. This is so students can review their learning for their exams. 25 May 2018

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On Tuesday 1st May, I was lucky enough to be selected to attend Teen Tech. This was a fantastic and highly prestigious opportunity, so it was a great honour to one of the very few participants. On our way to Emirates Stadium, where the event was held, our group had to travel on the trains which wasquite hectic however our great leader, Mr Dewal, ensured we arrived safely at our destination.

Once at Emirates Stadium, after taking several pictures and selfies, we made our way in and was greeted by our lovely Teen Tech ambassador and we were allocated our table. For the first part of this excitingly busy day, we had a few questions to vote on. The one that stood out for me was: ’When you get older, would you select a job based around technology?’ and most of the students in the room selected no.

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As the day went on, our group got split up into two, and we had to do some activities, based around technology. The one that I enjoyed the most was ‘The Internet Of Things.’ At first I had no clue what it meant, but I started to understand. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. So what our group invented was Omni Pen, the pen that adjusts to your hand structure to make it easier to write. Our slogan was ‘Unique for You’. Our group were involved in a lot of fun and interesting activities and even earned a certificate for ‘best marketing’ for our product that we came with. So, going back to the question at the start, ’When you get older, would you select a job based around technology?’. Teen Tech asked us to vote again and the number had increased greatly. I think this whole learning experience has changed my perspective of technology and I may consider to involve it in my future career. Sakinah Choudhury, 8C

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Support INA with Work Experience opportunities

Dear Parents,

As you will know all Year 10 students engage in work experience to prepare them for future success. If you are able to support us by offering a placement (Key Requirements: Public Liability Insurance, Health and Safety Policy) from Monday 2nd July to Friday 6th July, please email info@isaacnewtonacademy.org with the following details: Contact name: Industry: Contact address: Contact email: Contact phone number: Many Thanks, Mr Crowther-Green

Universify programme for year 10 students Universify Education runs a free year-long programme for current year 10 students at the University of Oxford. The programme begins with a week-long summer course at the University of Oxford, followed by monthly coaching with trained university student volunteers culminating in a three-day Easter GCSE revision residential. The programme aims to boost student aspirations, attainment and the likelihood of making a successful application to a highlyselective university. To apply, students must complete application form by 13 June. To apply and for more information, please go to http://universifyeducation.com/apply/

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YEAR 11 NEWS GCSE Examination Timetable Summer 2018 Date Mon 4 Jun

Week 3

Tue 5 Jun

Paper Code

Subject

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75

10 6G 1HI0 11

History

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105

10 6G 1EN0 01

English Language

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90

10 6G 1GB0 02

Geography

45

10 6G 1SP0 1

Spanish

LISTENING

60

10 6G 1SP0 3

Spanish

READING

75

01 6A A843/01

Turkish

TURKISH: READING WRITTEN

75

40 6G C660U30‐1

Music

Music Component 3 Appraising

90

10 6G 1MA1 2

Mathematics

AM

120

10 6G 1EN0 02

English Language

PM

105

10 6G 1HI0 27

History

SUPERPOWER RELATIONS B3/4

105

70 6G 8461/2

Biology

BIOLOGY PAPER 2

75

70 6G 8464/B/2

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90

10 6G 1GB0 03

Geography

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90

10 6G 1MA1 3

Mathematics

Wed 6 Jun PM

Fri 8 Jun

Mon 11 Jun

Tue 12 Jun

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Wed 13 Jun

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MEDICINE IN BRITAIN FICTION & IMAG.WRITING UK GEOGRAPHICAL ISSUES

CALCULATOR NON‐FIC.& TRANS.WRITING

Combined Science COMBINED SCI TRILOGY BIOLOGY P2 PEOPLE & ENVIRON.ISSUES CALCULATOR 

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10 6G 1HI0 33

History

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70 6G 8462/2

Chemistry

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70 6G 8464/C/2

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Spanish

WRITING

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Panjabi

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70 6G 8463/2

Physics

PHYSICS PAPER 2

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70 6G 8464/P/2

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Polish

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Panjabi

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Panjabi

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Polish

POLISH UNIT 2

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Polish

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Attendance and Punctuality At Isaac Newton Academy every student is expected to maintain 100% attendance. Each form group across each year are competing to ensure they are top of the attendance league table for their year. Please ensure your child catches up with missed learning. Our pastoral and teaching staff are working hard to ensure students are taking responsibility for going to collect missed learning from their classroom teachers. Punctuality All students need to be present on site and ready for line up no later than 8.25am each day and as such we advise students to be through the school gates (side entrance and southern entrance) no later than 8.20am. The form with the highest attendance at the end of every term is awarded the attendance trophy. Each week we will update you with the year to date attendance figures as seen below. Year group and form attendance for week beginning 14th May 2018 Tutor

Week

Tutor

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Tutor

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7A

92.0

8A

97.2

9A

99.0

10A

97.3

11A

95.6

7C

95.2

8C

95.2

9C

96.7

10C

96.4

11E

90.4

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96.4

8E

95.4

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10E

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11I

93.4

7I

96.2

8I

98.4

9I

90.4

10I

92.3

11N

90.8

7N

93.7

8N

96.9

9N

96.7

10N

96.0

11S

97.9

7S

95.0

8S

97.7

9S

94.3

10S

93.8

11T

94.4

7W

94.2

8W

97.7

9T

94.5

10T

97.3

11W

88.4

Total

94.7

Total

96.9

9W

95.4

Total

94.5

Total

93.0

Total

94.8

If you have any attendance related concerns please do not hesitate to contact myself or your child’s Pastoral Leader to discuss. Ms Lapish Lead Pastoral Leader (KS4)

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Year 9 BRIDGES Mentors

Year 9 students visited the Primary to mentor the Year 3 pupils and support them with their BRIDGES development. The Year 3 pupils had spent time in preparation reflecting on their habit of Integrity and had the opportunity to discuss their progress in this area with their Secondary mentor.  The Secondary students used their prepared questions to challenge and support their Primary mentees.  It was great experience for everyone involved.

The Secondary students were very impressed with how well the Primary pupils understood the BRIDGES framework and how articulate their mentees were. It was great to see so many engaging discussions taking place.

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One Primary pupil described the experience as ‘Epic’. Well done to all involved and thank you to Mr Ball and the Secondary students for their time supporting the Year 3s! Ms Broadway

A message from Ms Broadway We are hoping to get parents from both Primary and Secondary together who would be interested in setting up a new FOINA (Friends of Isaac Newton Academy) group, with the purpose of planning fundraising events for the school throughout the year. If you are interested, in the first instance I ask that you sign up with either Primary or Secondary reception staff, the deadline for which will be 8th June, after which we will organise an initial meeting before the end of term to start thinking about events for next academic year.

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M IN

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Inspiring yourself to goals. Having the d something.

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Being able to live yo or influenced by ot decisions about the achieve your goals. views and actions.

Alex Honnold The beautiful monolith (large rock) in the picture above is El Capitan, which is 914m tall and is in Yosemite National Park in the USA. It is widely considered the hardest rock face to climb in the world. In June 2017 climber Alex Honnold did something extraordinary: he was the first person ever to climb the rock-face solo, without any support, and without any ropes. This took a huge amount of motivation and independence. Although the climb only took him 3 hours 56 minutes, the actual achievement itself was due to over ten years of hard-work and determination. It involved thousands of hours of solo training and Alex pushing himself by trying more and more extreme climbs. Alex commented that his achievement was due to “being motivated to do the hardest thing I thought I could possibly do�. During the climb Alex had to make his own decisions about how he would move up the rock face. Nobody had ever done this before so he was totally reliant on his own judgment. In this case, his life depended on making the right choices. Alex used motivation and independence to climb El Capitan. What can you achieve if you grow your own motivation and independence?

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MOTIVATION & NDEPENDENCE

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choices and taking responsibility eing enthusiastic, determined and urther, being able to stimulate , planning your own revision ng on your BRIDGES progress in ur BRIDGES mentoring session. by ‘the crowd’.

TOP TIPS: Students

• Follow your revision timetable without the need for reminders. • Give yourself plenty of time to complete your IL to increase your chances of deep learning. • Keep in touch with what is going on in the world around us by reading the news, and then form your own opinions on issues such as justice and equality. • Set some long-term goals for yourself. What would you like to have achieved by the time you go to university? Use these goals to help motivate you to become who you would like to be. • Prepare your own meals, make your own bed, clean your own clothes – show that you can care for yourself independently. • Plan an outing on your own (with your parent’s permission) and demonstrate your independence. • Decide who motivates you and think about/listen to them when you need to raise your levels of motivation.

Parents

• Encourage your son/daughter to set goals that will motivate them to succeed, this could be made easier by using recent reports or assessment results. • Allow your son/daughter the independence to make decisions for themselves when appropriate. • Discuss family members or friends who have demonstrated drive and enthusiasm in order to reach their goals.

who have shown Motivation and Independence at INA

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Motivation and independence is very important during examination periods. The following students in Year 11 have shown their independence and motivation by designing a revision timetable and completing additional practice questions for their teachers to mark and hand back to them.

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End of Year Exam Timetable June 2018 AM P1 P2

P3

P4 PM P5

P6

Mon 4th June

Tue 5th June

Wed 6th June

Thu 7th June

Fri 8th June

History Medicine in Britain [75 mins]

English Language Fiction and Imag. Writing [105 mins]

Spanish Listening 45 mins Reading [60 mins]

Mathematics Calculator [90 mins]

English Language Non Fict. And Trans. Writing [120 mins]

Y8 English Non-fiction comparison [60 mins] Y8 Music [60 mins]

Y7 Geography 50 mins

Y9 English Poetry Comparison [75 mins]

Y7 Religious Studies [50 mins]

Y9 Science [90 mins]

Y10 Mathematics Paper 1 [90 mins]

Geography Paper 2 - UK Geographical issues [90 mins]

Music Component 3 appraising [75 mins]

Y10 Science Double Physics [75 mins]

Y7 Music [60 mins]

Y7 History [50 mins]

Turkish

Triple Physics [105 mins]

History Superpower Relations B3/4 [105 mins}

End of Year Exam Timetable June 2018 AM P1

P2

P3

Mon 11th June

Tue 12th June

Wed 13th June

Thu 14th June

Fri 15th June

Biology Paper 2 H [105 mins]

Mathmatics Calculator [90 mins]

Chemistry Paper 2 H [105 mins]

Spanish Writing [80 mins]

Physics Paper 2 H [105 mins]

Comb. Science Biology [75 mins] Y9 Mathematics [90 mins]

Y8 Science [90 mins]

P4 PM P5

P6

Geography Paper 3 – People and Env. Issues [90 mins]

History The USA [80 mins]

Comb. Science Chemistry [75 mins] Y8 Mathematics Calculator [50 mins] Y8 Geography [50 mins]

Y8 Religious Studies [50 mins] Y8 French [60 mins]

Comb. Science Physics [75 mins] Y7 Mathematics Non-Calculator [50 mins] Y7 French [60 mins]

Y10 English Literature [105 mins]

Y10 Science Double Biology [75 mins]

Y10 Maths Paper 2 [90 mins]

Triple Biology [105 mins]

Chinese Polish

Panjabi

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End of Year Exam Timetable June 2018 AM P1 P2

Mon 18th June

Tue 19th June

Wed 20th June

Thu 21st June

Y10 English Language [120 mins]

Y10 PE Paper 1 [60 mins] Geography Paper 1 [60 mins]

Y10 PE Paper2 [60 mins] Polish History 2 Elizabethan Eng [55 mins] Y9 History [50 mins]

Y10 Graphics [105 mins]

Panjabi

P3

Y9 Geography [50 mins]

P4

Y9 Music [60 mins]

PM Year P5

P6

Y10 Science Double Chemistry [75 mins] Triple Chemistry [105 mins]

Y8 Mathematics

Y9 French [60 mins]

Y9 Religious Studies [50 mins] Y9 Spanish [60 mins]

Y10 Spanish & Y10 French Reading F and H

Religious Studies 1 [50 mins]

Geography Paper 2 [90 mins]

Y10 Spanish Writing F and H

Religious Studies 2 [50 mins]

Non-Calculator [50 mins] Y8 Spanish [60 mins]

[45 and 60 mins]

[70 and 80 mins]

Finish 4:10

Fri 22nd June

End of Year Exam Timetable June 2018 AM P1

Mon 25th June

Tue 26th June

Wed 27th June

Geography Paper 3 [90 mins]

History 1 Medicine in Britain [75 mins] Y10 French Listening F [35 mins]

Y10 Drama [70 mins] Y10 Spanish Listening F [35 mins]

P2 P3

Y7 Spanish [60 mins]

P4

Y8 History [50 mins]

Y10 French Listening H [45 mins]

Y10 Spanish Listening H [45 mins]

Y10 Music [75 mins]

Y10 Maths 3 [90 mins]

Y10 French Writing F and H [70 and 80 mins] Finish 4:10

12:50-1:50

PM P5 P6

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Fri 29th June

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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 at school.

Merits Each merit you gain will increase your individual total and also your form’s overall total. So make sure you are keeping up the fantastic work to gain merits!

YEAR 7

TOTAL

YEAR 8

TOTAL

YEAR 9

I N A C S W E

1560 1421 1405 1388 1016 985 978

A E S W I N C

975 861 668 636 574 540 519

T I W N S E A C

TOTAL YEAR 10  TOTAL

495 473 373 358 328 299 192 109

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344 307 298 258 221 216 170

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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: Sumayah Rafiq 7A Year 8: Adam Niaz 8A Year 9: Khadija Ahmed 9N Year 10: David Pilicita Paltan 10S

Good Deed Feed Every week we ask teachers to nominate students who have been role models by carrying out good deeds for others and the INA community. A big well done for those who have been nominated this week! Hammad Khan 9S and Tushar Kainth 8E for helping me with directions when driving to other schools for fixtures. Thank you - Mr Marecar Omeir Khan 10C, Sumayyah Ali 10E, Sadaf Noori 10N, Janki Ranavaya 10T and Lima Uddin 10T for demonstrating a consistently high work ethic throughout their History lessons in preparation for their mock exams. For taking upon themselves to become lead learners for other students and helping them to revise and understand the content! Keep up the hard work! - Mr Smith Mr Barber, Pastoral Leader Year 7

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Saturday Stretch

Medicine

May 19th 2018

On the 19th of May, 14 students met to participate in a Saturday Stretch session. The focus of the session was Medicine and it was led by two students from Cambridge University; Amanda Choo and Yuhan Peng. Amanda and Yuhan have been to INA a few times already to share their passion for medicine, and were very excited to be back once more and engage with a new group of INA students. The morning was full of very interesting things; we began by learning about the central nervous system (CNS) and neurones which are special cells that send electrical signals through our bodies to create what we call involuntary reflexes. The students got an opportunity to see these reflexes in action to better understand the way the body works. By working in pairs, students took turns locating the tendon under the patella (knee cap), and then gently swinging a reflex hammer to cause their partners’ lower leg to swing forward involuntarily. Additionally, students learned about bicep reflexes and had an opportunity to test those as well. The bicep tendon was a bit harder to locate, but Amanda and Yuhan were great teachers! While it was fun to

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test reflexes, the bigger question was why is this something doctors do? We found out that these tests are very important; it is carried out by medical professionals to assess the functionality of the spinal cord. After a short break, Amanda and Yuhan introduced the cardiovascular system and explained how blood pumps through the heart and to the rest of the body. Even though a human heart is located in the chest cavity, the pulse of a heart can be felt at many different places throughout the body. After locating their pulse with their fingers to their wrist and throat, students were given a stethoscope to listen to their partners’ heart. Because a stethoscope makes a heart beat a lot more audible, students were challenged to listen for any abnormalities! Thankfully, everything sounded normal, but also students listened to an audio recording of aortic stenosis and mitral regurgitation. Aortic stenosis occurs when one of valve openings of the heart is restricted. This creates a sound where every other beat of the heart is duller and sounds weaker. Mitral regurgitation occurs when blood flows back into the atrium, creating a whooshing, watery sound within a heartbeat. Later in the session, the students were tested on their understanding of the material covered and took part in a quiz. Things got a little competitive as teams furiously scribbled down their answers, and it was great to see how much everyone had learned. To conclude the session, Amanda and Yuhan talked to us about life at university. They answered a lot of our questions from the competitive entry process to day to day living away from home. They talked to us about what universities are looking for in students and confirmed that in this competitive climate, academic success in not enough. They advised that prospective students need to show a commitment to the field through volunteering and continued work experience. They also told us that universities favour students with interests and passions outside of the discipline. In essence, universities are as interested in you as they are in your academic levels. 25 May 2018

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Key Dates for the Summer Term 2018 Monday 16th April – Friday 20th July

Half Term: Monday 28th May – Friday 1st June INSET Days: 22nd June, 6th July Monday 28th May – Friday 1st June Monday 4th June Thursday 7th June & Friday 8th June Friday 15th June Thursday 21st June Wednesday 27th June Monday 2nd July – Friday 6th July Monday 2nd July Tuesday 3rd July Thursday 5th July Monday 8th July Thursday 12th July Wednesday 18th July Thursday 19th July Thursday 19th July Thursday 19th July Friday 20th July Monday 23rd & Tuesday 24th July

HALF TERM Independent Learning/Revision Day No school for students Year 7 & 8 Meningitis Jabs Year 11 Leavers Assembly End of Exams Year 10 Sports Day Year 10 Work Experience Week Years 7-9 Sports Day Sixth Form Transition Day Year 9 Battle of the Bands Year 9 Girls HPV Vaccination Summer Concert Year 8 Speaking Competition Year 8 Girls HPV Vaccinations KS3 Graduation Year 11 Graduation ball End of Term Awards Assemblies Uniform Sales

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