Mrs Heywood's Words Lent 1
A picture worth sharing..... of the Inter House Relay Challenge, a perfect way to keep pupils engaged in rigorous, yet exciting work before the Christmas break!
On behalf of all the staff, may I wish you a warm welcome back to school. I hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year. It only seems like yesterday that we celebrated our Christmas Carol Services, a wonderful occasion and a timely reminder of why we celebrate Christmas. Thank you to our choirs, musicians and speakers who certainly did us proud on this special occasion.
As ever the start of term is always brimming with activities and looking ahead we have an extremely busy week with lots to look out for and whilst our G11 pupils may have earned a small break, their GCSE work continues apace with their second Maths IGCSE on Tuesday morning. They will also be receiving feedback and advice from subject teaches via their academic report on Friday 18 January. We wish them all good luck.
Our first Senior Girls Assembly of the term was taken up with pupils from G10 and G11 welcoming pupils back to school and delivering three informative presentations of their language trips to Europe in October.
On Wednesday evening we have our first music event of the year where our pupils get an opportunity to perform at our Girls Vocal Recital and on Thursday evening will be holding a Drugs Awareness presentation by Elizabeth Burton-Phillips, founder of Drug FAM. We are very grateful for her expertise and look forward to the evening. Do please come along next week and find out more.
With best wishes for the weekend.