Dear Graduates of Worthing High School 2013, It is with a sense of both excitement and sadness that I wish you well as you prepare to leave Worthing High School. Excitement, because so much in your lives is still to come and I know that you will embrace every opportunity with open arms. Sadness, because you have been an exceptional year group who I am very sad to see leave. I thank you for the sterling work you have done in helping to lead the school and show younger students what it means to be a pupil of Worthing High School.
Carolyn Dickinson Headteacher
I wish you every success in your exams this summer, I know you recognise the power of hard work and perseverance – many of you have overcome considerable barriers in your journey to the end of Year 11. What you have learned during this time will stand you in good stead as you face the trials of life ahead. Please remember that success in life is most often found by working together: value your family and friendships both now and in the future. Very best wishes Mrs Dickinson
So, it is goodbye to Year 11. I have some very fond memories of the Year group – my teaching groups of ICT, temporarily Business Studies and very recently Food Tech(!) have all been great fun in parts. I must also add how impressed I’ve been with a number of students in Drama with which I’ve had some contact, and the vast majority of students in the pre-exam preparation time where your maturity and focus have been evident. I must also thank all the Year 11 students who have contributed to the parental tours and to the student leaders and prefects, most of whom have conscientiously carried out their duties. I will miss the informal chats on the field and the sense of humour of many of the year group. I hope you all go on to achieve great things! You must always aim high. So, wiping a tear away. Let me wish you all a fond farewell. Steve Lyons
Steve Lyons Deputy Headteacher
Dear Leavers, Your time at Worthing High seems to have passed by all too quickly but you have certainly left your mark on the school. Above all, I will remember this year group and my classes for the great sense of fun and the humour they displayed. I hope you look back on your time here with fond memories and that your four years here have equipped you for success in your future lives.
Steve Loney Assistant Headteacher
Iâ€™ve really enjoyed getting to know you over the past four years and have found you an entertaining and likeable group of young people. Joining the school while you were in Year 8 as the Broadwater Community leader seems so long ago. Special mention must go to those I have taught Maths to over the years, you have been a real pleasure to teach. I wish you well in the future and hope that you make the most of all the opportunities that are open to you. Work hard, seek out new adventures and enjoy yourself!
Paul Slaughter Assistant Headteacher
We are really sad to see you go. You are a very special group of people and we consider ourselves to have been very blessed to have known you. Our paths crossed – and that is something that we believe is significant. We can only hope that we have been as nice to you as you have been to us. You really did “make our day” so very often and we count Steve Jeffery ourselves very fortunate to have had the privilege of working Jayne Fillery with you. Most of you have been a constant source of joy and where there have been less positive moments, we have worked through these together and learned something through this. We are proud of you and will be there for you if you ever need us. We shall miss you all very much. Remember, when you are in Heene, you are in Heene forever. Steve Jeffery and Jayne Fillery
“ Qui ne tente rien ne gagne rien.” Bonne chance à toutes et à tous Monsieur Beda
Best of luck for the future, it has been a pleasure to be your Community Leader for the past four years. Remember you can achieve whatever you want out of life, you just have to work hard to get their! Torie Norton
It has been both a pleasure and a privilege to have known you. I wish you the best of luck for the exams and the future. Matt Garrad
Thank you to my two year 11 geography groups. You have been really fabulous. I hope you have as much pleasure in your lives as you have given me this last year. Paul Kaczmarek
Good luck in the next stage of your journey. Plus, if you find a wall clock on that journey, then I would love it back! Emma Graham
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To the rare few Y11s within the fold of BKL, good luck for the future whatever you are doing. Seek and you shall hopefully find, ask and you may be provided with answers and most importantly work hard and you may be rewarded.
To my lovely Year 11’s; T J, Kirsty, Luke and Lizzie.
I wish you all the very best for the future.
Good Bye, Year 11’s. I’ve really enjoyed having all of you in the form and will miss you, especially when I have my ‘one man down’ moment on the rower, on Activ8 Day! Best Wishes,
We will miss you Dann, Hannah, Matt, Max, Oli and Jon! You have been great to have in our family group and we wish you all the best and happiness for your future. Love,
Miss P and BLP
Dear Lois, Phoebe, Loren, Ryan, Connor, Christina and Kristina. I do wish I’d been there to see you leave school and wish you well in person - I miss you! Believe that you’re brilliant and choose to be cheerful – life is truly a marvellous thing to live well. Mrs Sabin x “My dear year 11s. Four years have gone by so quickly. I will miss you all, especially on Activ8 Day. All my best wishes for your future happiness.
Tom, Emily, Emma and Sofia. All the best in the future and good luck at college! You’ve had a really good few years at Worthing High.
Jon Proctor Max Baldwin
Feriha Yapicioz Laura Caperon
Annabella Neale Sophie Offord
Jack Saltmarsh Gary Thompson Kyle Merchant
Bradley Troncone Matt Wileman
Always: inspire; aspire; and don’t forget to respire! Wishing you continued success and happiness in the future. Very best wishes from us all in HBL.
It’s been your pleasure – try not to miss me too much as you may find someone equally as inspiring later on in your lives.
Good luck and enjoy
Dear Amy, Shabanna, Kayleigh, Josh and (who could forget) Bradley! It’s been a brilliant four years with you all in HDB. I wish you all every success in the future,
Debs Bayford Mrs Bayford x
My amazing Year 11 girls , I wish you all the very best; you will be missed! Mrs Hlynianski
Julie Hlynianski I have really enjoyed my time with you. Thank you for your consistent positive influence on the younger students. I will miss you and wish you every success in you future adventures.
To Ed, Jonathan, Harvey, Darren and Amy , Congratulations for surviving this far… and now the fun begins! Good luck
Ross, Charlotte, Shannon, Judah, Grace and Sorrel, it has been a pleasure and a privilege to be your family group leader. I have greatly enjoyed your company and seeing you develop in to brilliant but different young people over the 4 years. All the very best in whatever you chose to do. Sue Fuller
Thank you for being part of such a fantastic Form Group. Good luck in all you do in the future. I hope your lives will always be happy.
It’s been great being your form tutor and see you mature – did I say mature! Best wishes for college and your future, we will miss you. Work to make your dreams come true. Dr Street & Mr Williams
Where does the time go! We're all older, I hope you are wiser and I weigh less! Remember your time at school fondly. Work hard and always give your best. With every good wish, Anne Baker (who is going to help me with the questions I don’t know the answers to in the quiz, Callan?!)
Natalie Besherikli Callan Armknecht
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Yr11 SKE, I have had a great time getting to know you all, despite your quietness. I wish you all success for the future… You ROCK!!! Now prove it.
Sara Kemmish Sara Kimmish
Chiara, Laura, Verity, Arthur, Jake and Ryan, I wish you all the very best for your future lives, wherever they may take you. Rory Matthews
Ellen and Ashleigh, thank for bringing peace and sanity to SGA! Josh, don’t change, I’ve loved listening to your unique view on the world. Caleb, keep sailing. J Saman, I’m sure you will fly high.Joe, Tuesdays are not optional!
Mr Matthews Well guys, it's time to say goodbye. Thanks for being a constant feature of my school mornings for the past 4 years. I have really enjoyed your company and wish you every success for the future. James... take your jacket off!
Caleb Cooper Verity Coleman
Dear Lydia, Jamie, Ryan and Harry. I have enjoyed getting to know you all over the last year or so. I wish you success and happiness in all you do in the future. Be good!
Jack Travis Roger Talbot
The departure of your year group marks a significant moment in this schools’ history. You are the first year group that joined us as we pioneered the community group system of tutoring. It has been your positive response to the old student’s at that time, and your acceptance and encouragement of younger students that has meant that we have become a school that is indeed a community. Your willingness to engage in new experiences and new challenges and your propensity to support staff has made the past four years a very enjoyable experience. Make no mistake you will be missed and you have made a massive contribution. Well Done Mr Talbot
Beth Pemberton-Hill Brandon Osborne
It has been a pleasure to have you as the very first members of SPN. I wish you every success for your future. Fantasy football will never be the same again!
Sharna, Lauren, Alisdair and Oliver, you have all matured into lovely young adults and I am proud of all of you. Thank you for making my first 4 years as a Tutor so easy. I will miss you and wish you all good luck in the future.
Dear Jo, Emily, Lauren, Lucy and Vicky,
Hope you all succeed in everything you do in the future.
It has been a great privilege to be your family tutor. You have all been such great models to our younger students; always helpful, friendly and polite. I will miss you all and wish you every success for the future.
Mrs Feest & Miss Sinsbury
Thank you all for making me feel so welcome after taking over as your tutor this year. I wish you every success in the future in whatever you choose to do. You will be sadly missed by all the form, especially during the weekly quiz!
Katie Hunwick Katie
Congratulations on completing your time at Worthing High School. You have all been a great addition to the tutor group and the school. I will miss you all and wish you all the best in the future.
Dean, josh, Rebecca, Nikkimah and Spencer,
It has been a pleasure to have you in TFI over the past four years! I wish you luck for the future. Good luck
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Ellie, Olivia, Luke and Sam:
You three are the tough core of TIK who made it through. You led our non-sporty team to be Tarring winners on Activ8 day and I have enjoyed your company. All the best for now and future. Take good care.
I wish all of you good luck in whatever you choose to do next. This is only the beginning...Love from Mrs Brown
Dear Chris, Jake, Jasmine, Ryan, Antony & Rebecca – my special Little Miss and Mr Men! When you joined me back in 2009 I was the tallest of the bunch…but wow how you’ve all grown (or have I shrunk) so much since then, and into such nice, pleasant and remarkable young adults. Chris and Jake always there to help with sports events (we’ll miss your smile every lunchtime in the SPH, Chris!), Antony – so kind and helpful, especially when ‘newbies’ join the form, Ryan – my reliable register tray man, Rebecca – a fantastic reading buddy, and Jasmine…a great role model in your work with the wider community (keep talking - you can chat all day for Britain!). Good luck in all you do, I’ll miss your friendly smiles that greet me in Form Time in the mornings. Nicky Stevenson
Ms Stevenson Xxxxxx Francesca, Marcus, Zac and Cortney, Thank you for being part of TAT. You will be greatly missed by all in the form, it won’t be the same without you. Good luck with all your exams and the future ahead.
TGI Y11's...you know who you are! What a fabulous four years it's been. It truly has been a pleasure being your Tutor. I will miss you dearly and I wish you all the very best for the future.
David Martin Chris, Mel, Randall and Hannah, Thank you so much for all the happy smiles, kindness and the wonderful positive attitude you have shown in tutor time. All the best for the future. I shall miss you.
Chloe Ford Josh Culverwell
Josh Best Antony Woollard
Richard Morris Matthew, Noor and Jake, well done on surviving your four years at Worthing High School, TRM will not be the same without youâ€Ś although I think we will all enjoy the silence! Good luck in all your future endeavours. Richard Morris
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