Parent Bulletin – Friday 17th May 2019 Key Dates
21st May Prefect Interviews 22nd May Year 9 & 10 Area Athletics at Charlton Prefect Interviews Year 6 Tea Party 24th May Y10 Geography Trip to Hengistbury Head 27th May – 2nd Jun HALF TERM 4th June Parent Voice, 5.30pm 17th and 18th June Year 5 Days 19th June Year 5 Sports Event 20th June Teentech Trip 29th June ASDA Bag Pack 1st July Family Evening for Year 6 2nd July Y9 Take Your Child to Work Day Family Day for Year 6 Parent Voice, 5.30pm 3rd July VPA Day for Year 2 Feeder Schools 4th July Year 11 Prom 10th – 12th July Summer Production 12th July Athletics 15th July Sports Day 16th July Community Daty 17th – 19th July Motion & Commotion
Wow! What a quick half term! One week to go. Not a great deal to report from this week. Exams have gone well and the Year 11s are working hard. Revision sessions continue over Easter and there is a maths revision session this weekend on Saturday between 10am and 12 midday. Next week is a really busy week for GCSEs please make sure you keep the pressure on at home. Yesterday we appointed two excellent English teachers for September, they both have a huge amount of experience and will ensure English is able to continue to develop in September. Next week we have the Year 6 tea party on Wednesday, with lots of our wonderful Year 7s serving tea to our new year group. On Wednesday we have Years 9 and 10 area athletics and on Friday a group of Year 10 students are going to Hengistbury Head for Geography. Finally on Tuesday and Wednesday we have the prefect interviews. Congratulations to the following students in the Book of Distinction this week: For Dance – Jack Stuart; For Science – Rianna Bishop. Next week will end with a staff v Year 11 students rounders house competition! Have a lovely week end.
We have secured 50 tickets for the Euro 2020 qualifier match where England will take on Bulgaria at Wembley on Saturday 7th September. This is a community event that is open to all members of our school community as well as staff, parents, family members and friends. Tickets and transport will cost £40 for adults and £25 for children(U18yrs) Letters will be available from student reception on Monday and tickets will be allocated on a first come-‐first served basis. Any questions, please see Mr Ashworth.