The Autumn Term will begin for Pupils in Years 7, 12 & 13 on Tuesday 6 September 2016
1. Pupils in Year 7 are expected to be in school at 8.45 am.
2. Pupils in Year 12 are expected to be in school at 10.30 am.
3. Pupils in Year 13 are expected to be in school according to the appointment times given to them for re admissions meeting. Pupils will be attending appointments with their tutor (8.45 am to 3.00 pm).
4. Pupils in Years 8, 9, 10, &11 are expected to work on-line on Tuesday 6 September 2016
Wednesday 7th September 2016
The Autumn Term will begin for Pupils in Years 9, 10 & 11 on Wednesday 7 September 2016.
Pupils in Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 are expected to be in school at 10.15 am for a 10.30 am start.
On-line Learning Day and Target Setting Day
On Friday 23 September we will have our On-line Learning Day and Target Setting Day for the new academic year. You will receive information on how to book your appointments on Wednesday 7 September 2016.
) know of any concerns or comments you may have about this by 30th June.
We are thrilled to announce that Science and Maths Teacher Elena Samson has been presented with a National Silver Teaching Award. Selected from thousands of nominations received by the Pearson Teaching Awards in 2016, Elena’s is one of just 55 awards presented in the country. Elena will now join fellow Silver Award winners at the UK final of the Teaching Awards to be held at a glittering celebration at London’s Guildhall on 23 October, where 10 Silver Award winners will receive a Gold Plato Award.
Elena Samson has a passion for education in its widest sense and she shares this passion in a quiet, diligent and determined way every day. Elena’s dedication can be seen in her daily routine. She runs a breakfast club for students everyday. To do this she leaves her house to travel to work at 5am. Her classroom is bright and busy and full of students eager to learn from 7am. She has a positive energy, which cannot fail to impact upon all who come into contact with her. She clearly believes that we can all achieve greatness. As one of her tutees puts it, she “inspires me and my fellow pupils to become better people. I believe is an amazing characteristic.”