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Weekly Bulletin (12 November)


Good morning and welcome to the latest parent bulletin.


We have a hectic half term coming up, keep an eye on our website/bulletins/twitter for details.


Reward Events Update

This week and next we are holding a number of reward events for students. Students in Years 9, 10 and 11 are watching a film at a local cinema over the coming days if they have reached the criteria set by their Head of Year, we hope they all have a great time!


Next Wednesday Period 5, we are running a reward event across all year groups for all students in the top 40 (achievement points) of their year group. This event will be ā€˜Iā€™m a Teacher Get Me Out Of Here!ā€™ and students will be invited to come and watch some interesting activities! We are looking forward to a very fun afternoon!


Year 11 Mock Exams

Students in Year 11 are gearing up for their mock exams which start on Monday 18thand run for three weeks. All students have received a timetable and should be revising and preparing for their exams.


Year 10 Work Experience Interviews

Year 10 students are preparing for their work experience week which takes place W/C 22nd June. For the next two weeks, students will be involved in interviews each Wednesday Period 4 to prepare them for this. They need to have completed their letter prior to this interview.


Children In Need

It is Children In Need this Friday and we are having a non-uniform day and a cake sale. Students should bring a £1 donation for non-uniform to be handed into their form tutor.


Friday 29th November  

A reminder that the school is closed to students for INSET on Friday 29th November. We hope that students take the opportunity to have an additional rest during a busy half term, particularly Year 11 students who will be in the middle of their mocks.


Parent Questionnaire

A reminder that there is a parent questionnaire that has been sent out. We welcome your views on the school and would appreciate you spending the time to fill it in.


Anti-Bullying Week

The Long Eaton School takes bullying very seriously and works hard to deal with any cases which are reported to us. 


Each year there is a national Anti-Bullying Week to raise awareness of bullying, the impact of bullying and strategies for dealing with it. The national Anti-Bullying Week 2019 is between the 11th and 15th November. You can find lots of information and resources  on the Anti-bullying Alliance website. 


We would like to remind all parents of the page in the Student Planner which gives advice for students and this page on our school website which provides helpful advice and links to websites providing support.


You may find this link useful - a module which is an information and advice tool for parents and carers


Here is a link providing advice to parents and carers


Kind regards


The Long Eaton School

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