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Weekly Bulletin (16 January)

Welcome to your latest bulletin. We’ve got an exciting year ahead of us with some exciting things on the way!


Year 11 Mock Exam Results

Year 11 mock results were given to students yesterday and as part of this, each student had an interview with a senior member of staff about their plans for the months ahead. Please discuss these results and subsequent plans at home.


Year 11 Subject Evening

It is our Year 11 subject evening on Tuesday and we would strongly encourage all parents to join us. It is a vital evening for hearing about what your child can do to get the best grades possible in the summer.



All students need to consider their future plans. Our website has a number of key resources for all career paths for students and it is a good starting point for students unsure what they want to do in the future.


Year 11 Breakfast Booster

This takes place from 7.30am on a Tuesday and Thursday and offers an excellent start of the day. Students can attend in IT6F and revise independently before school. It proved to be very successful for students who regularly attended last year and has had a promising start this week.


16+ Applications

Students who have applied to our Sixth Form will begin to have interviews next week. There is still time to apply though. Application forms are available from Student Services.


Safeguarding Update

It’s great to see so many students cycling to school. However, there are a number of students who are not wearing helmets or do not have lights on their bikes. In the dark mornings, lights and high-viz clothing are essential for cycling. In addition, we have had reports of students cycling on footpaths at high speed. This puts members of the public at risk. Students on bikes should be on the road wearing appropriate safety wear.


Chicken Pox

Please may we ask for your co-operation in an important matter? A person in school is receiving medical treatment for cancer which puts them at risk of becoming very unwell if they are exposed to measles, chicken pox and shingles. If they are exposed to chicken pox they will need to be given treatment as soon as possible. If your child is suspected of having chicken pox you should let us know immediately. Your child is not at ANY RISK whatsoever from this situation. However, the health and well-being of this person who is at risk, does depend on the cooperation of all other parents and carers and we hope you can help us.


Kind Regards


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