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Easter Assemblies

All year groups had an End of Term Assembly today where they reflected on the Stations of the Cross, Holy Week and the great feast of Easter. Pupil successes were also celebrated with certificates, for example those pupils who had 100% attendance and those who had gained the most achievements points. Well done to all the pupils mentioned in the assemblies. During the Year 7 Assembly, Head of Year Mrs Stanton was delighted to draw a number of raffle tickets as many of the forms in Year 7 have [...]

Year 11s stay positive!

Prior to the Easter holiday, Year 11 pupils were given their mock exam results in the O'Brien Hall. This was to mirror as far as possible the process the distribution of the actual GCSE results in 2019. Pupils were also given advice on how to develop revision programmes over the Easter period, they were also advised to seek the help of their subject teachers, form tutors, Head of Year and the Intervention Team. The key message was to the pupils was to stay positive and reach their potential. Happy [...]

Ethan braved the shave!

It was a case of hair today, gone tomorrow for our student Ethan all for a good cause. Ethan has raised over £230 as he ‘Braved the Shave’ for Macmillan Cancer Support. His form teacher Mr Burke and all of 10R, as well as everyone at school, are really proud of Ethan. Ethan’s mum was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016 - thankfully she has been given the all-clear now. He has done various events including the Race for Life over the last year and this is his latest [...]

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Events for week of 22nd April 2019

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Mon 22nd

School Closed For Easter Break

April 8 - April 22
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School Reopens

April 23 @ 8:00 am
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