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INA Principal's Newsletter

16 January 2015


Announcements Dear Parents and Carers,

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e are excited to announce that next week our peripatetic music lessons (piano and singing) start, taught by a new member of staff, Mr McIntosh. Below is an introduction from him. If you would like further details, please contact Mr Fowler.

I have been teaching Piano and Singing in Primary, Secondary Schools and Further Education colleges for over 15 years across the boroughs of Waltham Forest, Newham and currently in Redbridge. As well as teaching in schools and privately, I am a freelance Opera singer and have travelled and performed in Opera houses and concert venues throughout most of Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and North America. Though my training has been classical, my musical tastes are far and wide, be it music theatre, Jazz or Commercial Pop, RNB/Soulful house! My musical training has been in London and I was lucky to study at degree and postgraduate levels at one of the world’s most prestigious music colleges. The training I received there was first class and had set me up for the professional world, but also the knowledge that was passed onto me from world class musicians, teachers and coaches has enabled me to ‘carry the baton’ onto future aspiring students. My role at INA will be to teach individual 1-2-1 based lessons. I look forward to becoming part of an amazing environment at INA. This week’s newsletter contains some great pictures of our excited reception students exploring their amazing new building. Read on for further details. Wishing you all a great weekend,

RP

achel Macfarlane, rincipal

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>>> News Y9 Prog re s s Meet i ngs

On Wednesday 4th February from 8:50am-5:00pm Year 9 students have their progress meetings at Isaac Newton Academy. This is an opportunity for the students and their parents/carers to meet with each subject teacher for 5 minutes to get feedback about their attainment ad progress. Year 7 students will have lessons as usual that day. Year 8 students will learn remotely through learning posted on FRONTER with supervision arranged by parents at a location away from the site (usually home). Year 9 students will complete their appointments and a reflective learning pack, so will be required to be on site with a parent/carer/family member over 18 for part of the day and in a supervised location away from site for the remainder of the day. We respectfully request that parents take responsibility for ensuring that Year 8 students (and Year 9s when they do not have appointments) are in an appropriate supervised location away from the INA site. No enrichments/detentions will take place that day. Year 9s will set up and manage their appointments in advance. Parents should sign to agree appointments in advance. Tutors will sign to agree appointments. Students will arrive punctually for appointments with a parent/carer/family member over 18. They should wear full INA uniform. Year 9 students will enter the KS3 Hall only and not be permitted elsewhere on site. For safeguarding reasons, parents are only permitted to be in reception, the KS3 hall or the ground floor corridor linking them.

Many thanks

Mr Crowther-Green, Assistant Principal INA Newsletter 3


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E-Safety Parent Information Session

e would like to invite parents/carers to attend an E-Safety Information Session, which is being held on Monday 9th February, from 6.30pm-7.30pm at INA.

We will be sharing information about: • Social networking (security and safety) • On-line messaging • Cyber bullying • Tips for keeping children safe on the internet • Text and MSN abbreviations If you would like to come along, please register your interest at the main reception by Monday the 2nd of February. We look forward to seeing you on the evening.

Leanne Abbott-Jones (Lead Pastoral Leader) This year the Year 9 students will begin to study the first modules of their EDEXCEL Science GCSE course. In order to assess their understanding of all the key stage 3 material they have learned since year 7, the year 9 students will be sitting two 1 hour exam papers on Monday the 19th of January. The results of these exam papers will form the basis of their Spring 1 report level. This means year 9 students will miss their usual lessons for periods 2 and 3 and will resume their normal timetable from period 4. Since they will have to store their bags in their lockers during the exam they will need to ensure that any bags or coats they bring will fit in their lockers. The only equipment they will need for the exam will be two black pens, a sharp pencil, a 30cm ruler and a calculator. Thanks you for you continued support of our students' learning. Mr A Clift-Matthews Head of Science 4  INA Newsletter


The Mathematics department would like to encourage all students to enter next week’s Mathematician of the Moment competition. Have a look at the problem below. Answers to be written on a Maths postcard to be placed in the Maths post box no later than 4.10pm on Wednesday 21st January. Good luck and may the best form win!!! INA Newsletter 5


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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. Well done to 8C, 8E, 8T and 9N for achieving their 100% targets for the first week, you have all had a great start. Weekly form scores 7A 7I 7N 7C 7E 7S 7T 7W

98.6% 98.6% 98.6% 98.5% 98.5% 97% 95.7% 94.7%

8C 8E 8T 8A 8W 8N 8I 8S

100% 100% 100% 98.5% 97.8% 95.5% 94.9% 93.5%

9N 9A 9C 9T 9I 9E 9W 9S

100% 98.6% 98.5% 98.5% 96.2% 95.7% 94.9% 94.7%

Year Groups

Year 8 97.5%

Year 7 97.5%

Leanne Abbott-Jones Year 9 Pastoral Leader

Year 9 97.1%


Praise and Recognition

Merits

Students can receive merits for achievement, progress, contribution, or any of the BRIDGES dispositions. This week's results are as follows:

Year 7 A S C I N W E T

729 678 619 600 599 580 551 505

Year 8 T E N A C S I W

557 508 565 461 447 447 435 388

Year 9 W N S E T C A I

550 515 425 366 348 282 280 277

1 s t p l a c e : N ( 16 7 9 m e r i t s) 3 r d p l a c e : W ( 15 1 8 ) m e r i t s) Jennifer Byrne Year 8 Pastoral Leader, i/c Praise and Recognition INA Newsletter 9


Quaternary Science Saturday Stretch On Saturday 10th January we welcomed Rachael, a postgraduate student studying Quaternary Science at Royal Holloway University, to INA to deliver a Saturday Stretch. A group of 21 students were involved in this interactive and insightful session. Rachael informed us she finished her undergraduate degree in Geography last year and then chose to do her masters in Quaternary discovered this was also linked to Science. temperature and climate. After learning about climate we were very fortunate to see and study some replicas of animals. The replicas were of a mammoth calf bone, mammoth tooth, bear and hyena skull that Rachael had kindly gathered for us to see. In 4 different groups the students answered questions relating to the animals. They rotated and got to spend To start off the stretch ‘Quaternary time at each station studying the different replicas. After each group Science’ was introduced to us, as for most of us it was something we predicted, Rachael gave us the real facts. We were all so amazed! hadn’t heard much about before. Rachael helped us understand what For the second part of the session we got to see real human rock it was; we defined it as being the tools. These were rock tools used study of animals within a specific by humans for hunting, making time period. After this the group spears and also chopping up meat. 10  INA Newsletter


Our task was to place the tools in order of age from youngest to oldest. We had to do this working collaboratively as a big group of 21. Our predictions were fairly accurate.

The final part of the session was focussed on the life at university. Students were asked to design what a typical student looked like. They had to include the clothes they may wear, the items they

carry and also the activities they may choose to do in their free time. Then we were asked to design a typical university timetable the students would have to follow. They had to include a wide range of things such as Lectures (10 hours), practical lesson if applicable, social, sports, washing/cooking and also university work and study. We had some fantastic students designed and some really fun timetables. A huge well done to all students who attended; your contributions were fantastic. Sarah Hussain, Saturday Stretch Ambassador

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Spring term all through menu 2015 Lunch Menu week 1 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

main

HALAL

HALAL

HALAL

main

GRILLED SUPREME OF SALMON

JERK CHICKEN

ROASTED TURKEY WITH

CHICKEN KORMA

FISH OF THE DAY (Haddock)

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

MACARONI CHEESE WITH

SPINACH AND VEGETABLE

CHICKPEA AND SPINACH

NON HALAL

NON HALAL

NON HALAL

WITH A TOMATO AND CHILLI SALSA

GARLIC BREAD (G)(D)(M)

vegetable

STIR FRY WITH NOODLES (G) (S) (E) JERK CHICKEN

vegetable

GRAVY AND CRANBERRY SAUCE WITH NAAN BREAD

IN BLACK BEAN SAUCE

ROASTED TURKEY WITH

vegetable

RICE AND PEAS

ROASTED POTATOES

SIDE SALAD

SIDE SALAD

SIDE SALAD

STEAMED GREENS

Dessert

FRUIT JELLY WITH PEARS FRESH FRUIT

SEASONAL VEGETABLES

Dessert

CARROT CAKE AND CUSTARD (D)

FRESH FRUIT

Lunch Menu week 2

QUORN AND BUTTERBEAN PAELLA (S) (E) NON HALAL

CHICKEN KORMA

GRAVY AND CRANBERRY SAUCE WITH NAAN BREAD

NEW POTATOES WITH MINT

(G) (D)

ROASTED ROOT VEGETABLES

Dessert

(G) (D)

WITH LEMON AND TARTARE SAUCE (G)

BASIL ,TOMATO AND

RED PEPPER BRUCHETTA (G)

vegetable

vegetable

PILAU RICE

CHIPS

SIDE SALAD

SIDE SALAD/COLESLAW

STEAMED CARROTS

Dessert

SWEET POTATO WEDGES

GARDEN PEAS/BAKED BEANS

Dessert

VANILLA ICE CREAM

APPLE AND BLACKBERRY

FRUIT YOGHURT

(D)

FRESH FRUIT

CRUMBLE(G)(D) FRESH FRUIT

(D)

FRESH FRUIT

MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

HALAL

main

HALAL

HALAL

main

CHICKEN STIR FRY WITH NOODLES

TURKEY IN A CREAMY

BARBEQUE CHICKEN

CHILLI CON CARNE

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

(G)

QUORN AND VEGETABLE

STIR FRY WITH NOODLES (G) (S) (E) NON HALAL

CHICKEN STIR FRY WITH NOODLES (G)

vegetable STEAMED GREENS

SIDE SALAD Dessert

RASPBERRY RIPPLE MOUSSE (D)

FRESH FRUIT

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TOMATO SAUCE WITH PASTA (D) (G)

WITH A ROSEMARY GRAVY (G)

PASTA WITH TOMATO

VEGETARIAN CHILLI CON CARNE

CHEESE (D) (G)

AND CHEESE(D)

SPINACH AND RICOTTA NON HALAL

TURKEY IN A CREAMY TOMATO SAUCE WITH PASTA (D) (G)

vegetable

GARLIC BREAD (D)(G) STEAMED BROCCOLI

SIDE SALAD Dessert

EVES PUDDING

WITH CUSTARD (D)(G) FRESH FRUIT

WITH SOUR CREAM (D) NON HALAL

BARBEQUE CHICKEN

WITH A ROSEMARY GRAVY (G)

vegetable

ROAST POTATOES ROAST PARSNIPS PEAS

SIDE SALAD Dessert

STRAWBERRY FOOL (D)

FRESH FRUIT

WITH SOUR CREAM (D) AND CHEESE(D)

BATTERED FISH OF THE DAY

WITH LEMON AND TARTARE SAUCE (G)

vegetarian

SPICED QUORN WITH ROASTED CHEESE AND VEGETABLE BURGER MEDITERANEAN VEGETABLES (S)

NON HALAL

(G)(D)

CHILLI CON CARNE

WITH SOUR CREAM (D) AND CHEESE(D)

vegetable

SWEETCORN

CHIPS

Dessert

SIDE SALAD Dessert

vegetable RICE

AND CARROTS

SIDE SALAD

CHOCOLATE AND RASPBERRY

SPONGE WITH CUSTARD (G)(D) FRESH FRUIT

GARDEN PEAS

BAKED BEANS FRUIT YOGHURT (D)

FRESH FRUIT


Lunch Menu week 3 MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

HALAL

main

HALAL

HALAL

main

SHEPHERDS PIE

FISHCAKE

ROASTED DICED CHICKEN

LAMB BOLOGNAISE WITH

BATTERED FISH OF THE DAY

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

vegetarian

(D)

ROASTED CAJUN VEGETABLES WITH FETA CHEESE (D) NON HALAL

SHEPHERDS PIE

(D)

ROAST TOMATO AND GOATS CHEESE TART (D)(G)

(D)

vegetable

NEW POTATOES

COLESLAW (E)

vegetable

SIDE SALAD Dessert

CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM (D)

FRESH FRUIT

ALLERGENS: (D) DAIRY ( E) EGG

GARDEN VEGETABLES

BAKED JACKET WEDGES

SIDE SALAD Dessert

FRUIT COCKTAIL WITH

WITH STUFFING

AND THYME GRAVY (G)

GARLIC BREAD (G)

VEGETABLE TOAD IN THE HOLE VEGETARIAN BOLOGNAISE WITH GARLIC BREAD (G)

(D)(G)

NON HALAL

ROASTED DICED CHICKEN WITH STUFFING

AND THYME GRAVY (G)

vegetable

ROAST POTATOES

NON HALAL

GARLIC BREAD (G)

vegetable

SWEET CORN

Dessert

Dessert

SIDE SALAD

LEMON CHEESECAKE(D)

RASPBERRY SAUCE

(G)

FRESH FRUIT

FRESH FRUIT

TARTARE SAUCE (G)

SPINACH AND PEPPER PIZZA (D) (G)

LAMB BOLOGNAISE WITH

ROASTED CARROTS GREEN BEANS

WITH LEMON AND

SIDE SALAD

RHUBARB AND STRAWBERRY CAKE (G)(E)

FRESH FRUIT

(G) GLUTEN (M) MUSTARD (S) SOYA

vegetable CHIPS

SWEET POTATO WEDGES MINTED GARDED PEAS BAKED BEANS

SIDE SALAD Dessert

FRUIT YOUHURT (D) FRESH FRUIT

Bi g B an d Proje c t Thank you once again to those parents who made a contribution to their child’s Big Band instrument last half term. The ongoing sustainability of this hugely successful and innovative project, which enriches the lives of every student at the Isaac Newton Academy, is in no small way down to your continued generosity. As you will be aware, we are very keen for students to keep playing after the three year project has ended and for that reason we really want students to have the option of buying their instrument off the school at the end of the project. We would therefore really appreciate a £5 half termly donation which can be made via Wisepay. Just log into Wisepay via the academy website and there is a button for music payments. Any donations made towards the loan of your child’s instrument would be taken as a down payment on the instrument and would be subtracted from the overall cost of the instrument were you to purchase it at the end of your child’s time having Big Band lessons. If you have any questions about the Big Band Project, please contact Mr Coughlin, Head of Music. INA Newsletter 13


The BRIDGES focus for the fortnight Monday 12th January – Friday 23rd January is:

Energy and Enthusiasm

Helen Skelton, TV presenter and ex-Blue Peter presenter, displayed great energy and enthusiasm when engaging in a range of challenges to raise money for charity. In 2009, Skelton became only the second woman ever to finish the 78-mile Namibian ultra-marathon which took nearly twenty four hours to complete. She said, ‘It was a gruelling experience, but one I'll never forget. There were tough times but also amazing times.’ In 2010, Skelton kayaked the entire length of the River Amazon (2,010 miles) on a solo journey for Sport Relief. It was the longest recorded solo journey by kayak and by a woman. Skelton also walked a 150-metre tightrope between chimneys at Battersea Power Station, 66 metres above ground, to raise money for Comic Relief in 2011. In 2012, Skelton raised more money for Sport Relief by becoming the first person to reach the South Pole using a bicycle. She covered 329 miles by kite ski, 103 by bike and 69 by crosscountry ski, pulling a sled containing 82 kg of supplies. Energy The strength to undertake sustained or repeated activity. Enthusiasm Being eager in your approach to life. Behaviours Maintaining motivation, always giving your all, always trying your hardest, having a positive energy and attitude.. Top tips Students Greet every new experience positively and resist negative thoughts. Persevere with an activity, even when you are tired or lacking in energy. Ensure that you do some exercise every day, including walking to school and being active at break or lunchtime. Show your enthusiasm for something you are interested in and motivate others. Create an energy map of your day, indicating the times when you are most energetic. Reflect on why you are more energetic at some points of the day than others and what things energise you most. Parents Talk to your son/daughter about how you approach challenging or difficult things with enthusiasm and positivity. Encourage your son/daughter to engage in an energetic or sports activity at the weekend or after school. Jo Spencer, Vice Principal

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e’re in our fabulous new building and we love it! Our pupils have had a great week getting used to their new classrooms and the general space around them. It was fantastic introducing them all to their new playground on Monday

morning and welcoming our parents into the playground to have a look around. The new space makes a world of difference and we feel extremely lucky!

next few weeks at the following times. Tour groups will be for a maximum of 30 people at a time, so it will be a first come, first served basis with sign-up sheets for the various days. Refreshments will be available at the end of the tour. Sheets will be up and displayed in the playground from Monday: Tuesday 20th January – 8.45am Wednesday 21st January 8.45am Thursday 22nd January 4.00pm Wednesday 28th January 5.30pm

P r imar

e t a y Up d

I know you are all eager to take a look round, so I will be holding some tours for parents/carers over the

Having lots of fun exploring the sound boxes and the mound!

Showing the parents/carers around!

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Tam Broadway, Head of Primary


Exciting Learning this Week We have started our new topic for the half term, ‘Exciting Expeditions’. The overview sheet has been put into the book bags to give you an explanation of the work that will be covered over the next few weeks and how you can support your child at home.

Guided Reading We will be starting ‘guided reading’ this week and reading books will start to go out in your child’s book bag. A letter will accompany the books with further information about ‘guided reading’ and how you can support with your child’s reading at home.

Show & Tell on Mondays The children will be starting ‘show and tell’ on Monday afternoons. Four children from each class will be told each Friday if it is their turn prior to the Monday, so that over the course of the weekend your child can find and prepare something they would like to bring into to school and talk about. This half term the theme is going to be ‘People and Communities’ and the children will be asked to bring in something as simple as a family photograph, a gift received , a postcard or a ticket stub from a day out. A note will also be put into your child’s bag with this information on so that you can support them in their preparation. This will start from Monday 19th January and children will be notified on Friday 16th January INA Newsletter 17


Well done to the following pupils who have been nominated for the Headteacher’s Lunch for next Thursday, 22nd January. An invitation will be given to the children during our Friday Celebration and Awards Assembly on Friday: Kayaan Khan Ayaan Iqtidar Hussain Musa Malik Nandini Sharma Ali Ullah Avneet Chaggar Mariam Chowdhury. Every week each teacher chooses two children from their class to receive a certificate in assembly; one in recognition of a child demonstrating our BRIDGES habit of the week and the other in recognition of a pupil’s academic effort throughout the week. Well done to the following children, who have been recognised this week: Curie Class: Swara Kinhikar – Headteacher’s Habits Award (for self-discipline, working hard and being independent in her writing and trying her best to be a good learner.) Jeevat Palray – Scholar of the Week (for working hard to write her ‘Bear Hunt’ story independently.) Maxwell Class: Ismail Nagra – Headteacher’s Habits Award (for focussing hard on using his sounds.) Saba Akram – Scholar of the Week (for being able to use a calendar to find days of the week.) Newton Class: Aqeel Nazir – Headteacher’s Habits Award (for having lots of self-discipline whilst doing his work and always contributing and helping others in class.) Keerat Teja – Scholar of the Week (for trying really hard in all lessons this week sharing his ideas in class ‘talk time’.) Class Ambassadors We will also be awarding two children from each class a class ambassador badge. Each class teacher has chosen two children from their class to represent them over the course of the half term, to welcome visitors to their class and explain some of their learning to them along with helping the teacher with special monitoring jobs. A purple pin badge will be presented to the children in assembly which will need to be worn on their uniform every day. Well done and congratulations to the following pupils who are our first class ambassadors: Curie Class – Inaaya Ijaz & Soham Deb Barman Maxwell Class – Faheem Ahmedabadi & Khyra Maynard Newton Class – Naniyah Owusu & Ibrahim Ijaz.

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Primary Praise and Recognition

Headteacher’s Lunch


At Isaac Newton Academy every student is set the target of 100% attendance. The class with the highest attendance at the end of every week is awarded the attendance trophy during Friday’s Award & Recognition assembly. Curie

98.3%

Maxwell

92.9%

Newton

99.6%

Overall

96.6%

Well, our figures are looking much healthier at the start of the term. I hope we have all shaken off those awful bugs once and for all! Well done to Newton Class for a fabulous attendance figure of 99.6% - so close to your 100% target – let’s see if you can get there next week. Come on everyone, let’s see which class can reach the 100% first!!

ATTENDANCE

Regular attendance is a crucial factor in students’ educational development and ability to achieve their full potential.

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"We build too many walls and not enough bridges.” Isaac Newton BRIDGES are habits of mind or learning characteristics that develop a pupil's character and learning power and enable him/her to grow into a well-rounded individual and resilient learner. There are seven BRIDGES habits that we will be working on, which will rotate on a weekly cycle throughout the year. The BRIDGES habit of the week will always be introduced at the beginning of the week during the Monday assembly and reinforced throughout the week across the curriculum. Each class teacher will award a certificate to a pupil that they feel has demonstrated the BRIDGES focus for the week. Each week we will update you on the BRIDGES habit that will be introduced in the coming week and offer some top tips on how to reinforce the habit at home too. Please also refer to the Primary BRIDGES wheel above

Week commencing 19th January – Bravery Bravery Displaying habits of courage, leadership, experimentation, risk-taking and optimism At home and school: Self-Discipline is a fantastic habit for us to start our new term with, as the New Year is a time when many people will make resolutions and set themselves new goals. After such a relaxing break from school we quickly need to become self-disciplined and organised as we get back to our usual hardwork and lessons. The children will be introduced to new routines and expectations as they get used to their new environment. During the Spring Term, we will continue to develop the children’s level of independence and encourage that this is something that they will do at home too. We want to instil a healthy work ethos in our children and hope that you will support us at home by ensuring over the break that the children continuously practise their sounds, their handwriting, sentence formation and reading. A little every day will really help us all to ensure we make fantastic progress from the first week back in January. Tam Broadway, Head of Primary 20  INA Newsletter


Primary Reminders IMPORTANT REMINDERS • Please remember to label every item of your child’s uniform, so that we can help in getting items back to the correct owner and to check that your child has the correct clothes at home and hasn’t by mistake taken someone else’s clothing. • If we have had to lend an item of clothing to your child during the day, can you please wash and return these to the main office on the High Road • Schools starts at 8.45, it is important that your child arrives on time every day so that the teachers can start the lesson promptly. The school gate will be open from 8.25 and will close at 8.45. • A reminder that on Mondays the children need to come to school wearing their PE kit. • If your child comes to school wearing boots, they must have their regular school shoes to change into in their bag please. • Please ensure your child attends school every day and on time. If your child is sick then you must call the office to let us know by 8.15am. • Please ensure your child attends school every day and on time, if your child is sick then you must call the office to let us know by 8.15am. INA Newsletter 21


Key Dates for 2015 Spring Term Monday 19th January Year 9 Science Assessments Tuesday 20th January ARK Table Tennis Tournament at INA Wednesday 21st January Visit from David Dein Thursday 22nd January 6pm BRIDGES Parent Workshop (Secondary) Friday 23rd January Maths Challenge at Bolingbroke Academy Tuesday 27th January Holocaust Memorial Day Wednesday 28th January Year 9 Humanities Quiz Thursday 29th January Friday 30th January Year 9 Humanities Quiz Monday 2nd February ARK Spelling Bee Wednesday 4th February Year 9 Progress Meetings (during the day) No lesson for Year 8 & 9 students Monday 9th February Parent Workshop on esafety 6pm Wednesday 11th February Secondary Music Recital (evening) Friday 13th February ARK Training Day (school closed to all students) Half Term: Monday 16 – Friday 20 February 2015 Tuesday 23rd February 6pm Understanding INA Reports Parent Workshop Thursday 26th February Year 8 Progress Meetings (during the day) Wednesday 4th March Rugby Sevens (Year 8) Thursday 5th March Secondary Big Band competition World Book Day Friday 6th March Year 9 Science Live Trip Wednesday 11th March Rugby Sevens (Year 9) 6pm Harkness Parent Workshop Thursday 12th March Year 9 Trip to Othello at the Globe Friday 13th March ARK Mega Maths Wrangle Thursday 19th March BBC School Report Wednesday 25th March Performing Arts Spring Spectacular Thursday 26th March ARK Debating Championships Tuesday 31st March Year 7 Progress Meetings (during the day) Progress Meetings for parents of Reception students (no afternoon lessons for primary students) Wednesday 1st April Secondary Big Band competition Thursday 2nd April Secondary Awards Assemblies & End of Term. Students finish at lunchtime. Summer Term Monday 20th April - Tuesday 21st July Half Term: Monday 25 – Friday 29 May 2015 Staff Training Days: Friday 26th June, & Friday 3rd July

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