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Dinner Time Rota (No bags in Dining Hall)

B Hall Sitting 1

Year 8

Sitting 2

Year 7 & 9

Packed Lunch Year 7 D1 and D3 s m o Year 8 New Ro B Hall and D2 Year 9 Social Area D Floor

Rotating lunchtime sittings will be for Years 7, 8 and 9 only. Years 10 and 11 have optional sittings. Bags must not be taken into B Hall/The Courtyard Cafe at lunchtime unless you have essential medication (i.e. Epipen or Diabetic equipment). rd

School Nurse Drop-in Session: Tuesday 3 June – Medical Room No appointments required – they are here to listen not to tell! iPad drop in session: Tuesdays and Thursdays 12.15pm - K3 Independent Learning (click here for the link)

Amazing Art Have you had a chance to catch our Art Exhibition this week? Today, Friday, is the last chance to see our amazing artists’ work in C8.

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Enjoy your half term! We break up on Friday 23rd May for just a week. School opens again on Monday 2 nd June for our last 8 week stint, and what an 8 weeks it will be! There is so much going on with competitions, visits and transition events...all topped off with Challenge and Celebration Week on 14 th—18th July.

Attendance Measure Attendance rates for years 7-10 only from now until the end of term. Top attendees last week were 7LAM, 8ADM, 9BJS and 10VEB

Year 6 Discovery Week

9 June Year 7 Public Speaking Competition

Best Attendance Tutor Group 12-16 May 2014

13 June

100 Attendance Percentage

Coming Up… 2—13 June

Final GCSE Exam for Year 11

16 June Year 10 GCSE French Orals


23/24/25 June Year 10 Mock Interviews 80

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Tutor Group

24 June Gurdwara Interfaith Visit for Year 7

GCSE Overview Year 10

Year 11

Mr Swain

...and Action! Calling all Year 9-11 students interested in singing, dancing, acting or music. We are looking for enthusiastic, committed and mature students to help produce a Year 7 only show. Please email if you are interested, or attend a short production team meeting at the start of lunch in P Hall on Tuesday 3rd June. Miss Watson Page 2

Congratulations to Dominic Coy (7SP), Ethan Whiteside (7PDH), Ryan Stockley (7SP), Kaitlin Harris (7HED/KE), Cameron Reilly (8ADM) and Ella Shouler Harris (7SL) who took part in the Leeds Bradford Triathalon Aquathlon at the weekend which is part of the Yorkshire and Humberside Triathlon series. Dominic Coy took home the 1st Tristar 2 Boy place in a winning time of 10:49 for a 250m swim followed by a 1800m run. Well done to Ethan Whiteside and Ryan Stockley (who also competed in this category) and Kaitlin Harris who competed in the Girls’ Tristar 2 race. Cameron Reilly and Ella Shouler-Harris competed in the Tristar 3 category completing a 400m swim and 3000m run. Well done to Lucy Haines, (10VEB), Jemima Elgood (10VEB) and Lucy Williamson (11LPO) who travelled to Blackburn for the Inter counties fell race on Sunday 18th May.

Congratulations to Zoe Judkowski (10VEB) who competed in the Yorkshire Athletics Championships on Sunday 10th May and secured a silver medal in the U17 girls’ triple jump, jumping a distance of 9.26m.

Both Lucys were running for Yorkshire with Jemima 1st reserve for the U16s. In the U16’s race Lucy Haines and Jemima came 5th and 6th respectively and helped Yorkshire to 1st place! In the U18’s race, Lucy Williamson came 10th and helped Yorkshire to 4th place.

Good luck to our Year 7 orators who will be taking to the podium on the 9th June in the Year 7 Public Speaking Competition. Which band will be triumphant?

All three girls did really well in the hot conditions of the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Page 3

Congratulations to our cricketers who have been in great form this week. Our Year 7 team played Parkside on Monday and won by 11 wickets, and the year 8 team played Settle College on Tuesday and won by 8 wickets.

Well done to Ollie Burton (8ALC) and Oscar Locke (8CW/SF) who were both selected to play hockey for West Yorkshire in a two day tournament. Oscar played for the U14 A Team and Ollie for the U13 A Team. They were both asked to be Captain for their respective teams. Both boys played very well and they won all their matches.

Ollie Burton

Oscar Locke

Good luck to our Languages team who have entered the Languages Perfect Competion. The team consists of: EthanThompson, 10VEB), Isaac Herrington (8JRW), Will South (8JRW), Jasper Evans (8HM), Catherine Boyle (10ACD), Rose Blackburn (10VEB), Tom Scott (10BB), Erin Spivey (9JLF), James Matear (8ADM) and Adam Cooke (8JP) Well done to ‘Les Roulers Fous’ our TDF languages team who have competed 5 stages of the TDF competition. They will be on a break for half term, but on their return they will be tackling the second half of the competition...allez, allez!

Well done to our athletics team who took part in the Bradford Schools Athletics Competition at the University Academy of Keighley on Wednesday. 21 students represented IGS and enjoyed a very successful afternoon, with 12 students finishing in the top 3 in their event. We are waiting on confirmation of which students have been selected to compete for Bradford in the West Yorkshire competition next month. Page 4

Great teacher training and great visits!

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Boys Dance Too!

Well done to all our male dancers who took part in Phoenix Dance workshop on Monday. The dance group were looking for boys/young men to perform in an adaptation of "Lord of the Flies" at Bradford Alhambra later this year. Your dance and movement were majestic...fingers crossed!

Use a tree...plant a tree! Following the installation of our new printers and photocopiers, we made an ecological promise. In an attempt to neutralise part of our carbon footprint, we began to measure just how many trees worth of paper we used, and planned to plant a tree in school grounds to match it. This week we planted 4 trees in school ; a Cherry, Plum, Apple and Pear tree on the front garden. Thank you to our gardeners , Toby Berry (10BB) and Levi Ali Jones (10ACD) who helped!

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SUMMER MENU French, Indian, Moroccan and West Indian from all over the globe!

Available daily‌

There is also a range of cold meals, sandwiches and pizzas available every day and remember the meal deal is still only ÂŁ2.15. This includes a hot meal and a pudding or drink. The same price covers a choice from the cold selection and a juice and a small dessert. Page 7

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The Global Day of Parents is observed on the 1st of June every year. The Day was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 2012 and honours parents throughout the world. The Global Day provides an opportunity to appreciate all parents in all parts of the world for their selfless commitment to children and their lifelong sacrifice towards nurturing this relationship. In its resolution, the General Assembly also noted that the family has the primary responsibility for the nurturing and protection of children and that children, for the full and harmonious development of their personality, should grow up in a family environment and in an atmosphere of happiness, love and understanding.

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Don’t Miss this Fantastic Opportunity! Warhorse is a powerful and uplifting story of young Albert, his beloved horse Joey, and the unimaginable obstacles they overcome, both individually and together.



The play is coming to the Bradford Alhambra, and we are offering you the chance to see it! Tickets are available for Years 9-13 (cost ÂŁ20) for the performance on Tuesday 10th June 7.30pm. See Ms Ramrattan if you would like a letter about attending this production.


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Leeds’ annual food and drink festival is back for 2014 and this year it’s even bigger and better than ever before. The Leeds Food and Drink Festival aims to become the biggest and best urban food festival in the UK with a diverse range of tasty events. Page 13

Inform 2-6 June 2014  
Inform 2-6 June 2014