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  • 30/05/18

    Newsletter May 2018

    Dear Parents and Carers, I hope the boys are enjoying the week and you all had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend. Occupational Therapy I met with Clare Rader last week. Clare has worked as an Occupational Therapist in the field of Paediatrics for over 13 years. She has experience working with c...
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  • 02/05/18

    Pupil Voice Newsletter Summer 2018

    We had our first class meeting, we asked all pupils, ‘What would you like to spend the £51.50 from the swear jar on?’ ‘Save the Money’ got the most votes. This week’s question is about school uniform – Do we what to have a tie and blazer, school logo on our...
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  • 29/04/18

    Newsletter April 2018

    Dear Parents and Carers, I hope this newsletter finds you well. It has been a busy couple of weeks in school and I’m sure the next few weeks will be equally as busy as we head towards half term. Parents’ Forum The Forum met on Wednesday 24th. Minutes will be sent home. The nex...
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  • 25/03/18

    Newsletter March 2018

    Dear Parents and Carers,   We are now almost two thirds of the way through the academic year. We have achieved a great deal since September but there is still work to do. At the Easter Fair I was struck by the positive energy in the school and by just how far we have come as a school comm...
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  • 24/02/18

    Newsletter February 2018

    We have been hit hard by the flu virus this week with up to eight members of staff off on some days. This has meant that for some pupils cover for lessons has proved difficult. We hope you understand that this was unavoidable and we hope to see many staff return next week with normal timetables and...
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  • 20/02/18

    Newsletter February 2018

    I’ve asked pupils this week, ‘Are you green?’ It’s been very good to hear pupils tell me that they are green and have been green all week. Just as pleasing are the conversations I have had with pupils who have received yellow or red cards. They have told me what they were for...
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  • 03/02/18

    Newsletter January 2018

    Dear Parents and Carers, It’s been lovely seeing so many of you in school in recent weeks. I’ve also had the chance to spend more time with the children recently and that has been a true pleasure. There has been a regiment of plastic toy soldiers on my office floor all week. They have...
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  • 03/01/18

    Newsletter December 2017

    We come to an end of a very busy and challenging term. We appreciate the support of parents who have worked closely with the school during the past term. You will have received the Ofsted report and a letter from the Chair of Governors. There is much work to do in the coming academic year but there...
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  • 26/11/17

    Newsletter November 2017

    Dear Parents and Carers, Remembrance Assembly Thank you to those who were able to attend the Remembrance Assembly. I was very proud of the pupils in Form SW who performed their parts extremely well. Several parents commented on how moving the assembly was. Thanks go to Mrs Watters and also to...
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  • 11/10/17

    Newsletter September 2017

    Dear Parents and Carers,    This week I have had the pleasure of meeting many of you at our Harvest Assembly and Macmillan Coffee morning. I have listened carefully to your views and as a result I am pleased to tell you that a newsletter will now be sent home more frequently. I have also...
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  • 18/07/17

    Newsletter June 2017

    Dear Parents and Carers    It is that time of year when we say a fond farewell to our fantastic group of Year 11 students.  They have all worked tremendously hard to complete their final exams and we are extremely proud of the hard work and excellent conduct they have shown thro...
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  • 18/07/17

    Newsletter May 2017

    Dear Parents and Carers The summer term and finer weather has seen the opening of the swimming pool and all the boys in Key Stages 2 and 3 are now enjoying the opportunity to swim at least once a week.  Extra-curricular activities have seen trips out for the majority of the pupils and pl...
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