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Weekly Words from Mr Wilding

Every week the Bulletin newsletter is sent home from the School Office highlighting important forthcoming dates and events, along with comments from Mr Wilding about the week gone by. Read below recent messages from the Head's desk.

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Summer Week 5

    Published 27/05/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    My words last week included reference to some excellent expedition work by Year 9 & 10 towards their Bronze Award DofE. It was so lovely to hear from the independent assessors collectively just how well our boys and girls worked together as they navigated through the eastern Thames Valley/Chilterns.

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Summer Week 4

    Published 20/05/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    Year 11 signed off their formal years of school on Friday with their Celebration Assembly, led by Mrs Selzer and Mr Buckle, supported by former head John Rayer and PTA President Phyllis Avery MBE.

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Summer Week 3

    Published 13/05/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    Kelly House teachers pose for the Victors’ photograph after this week’s official opening of the House Basketball competition - led brilliantly by Miss Lowry whose lay up skills prove second to none!

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Summer Week 2

    Published 06/05/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    This second week back at school has been made all the more successful by the on-going fine weather, permitting almost everything we need to take place to happen, and on schedule, as planned!

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Summer Term Week 1

    Published 29/04/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    Welcome back one and all to the Summer Term 2022.

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Lent Week 11

    Published 01/04/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    This week has been fun packed with cross country for Years 7-9 and our Charity Walk taking place in unseasonably cold and snowy conditions along the Thames!

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Lent Week 10

    Published 25/03/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    The extraordinary blossoming of activity in school may have been cunningly planned (ahem, ahem), but to have nature's support through the brilliance of sunshine provision has been a real bonus.

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Lent Week 9

    Published 18/03/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    Our Jubilee Canopy at Junior Boys is establishing well and to complete our work for this spring, Year 10 boys and girls joined me yesterday for an extended session of tree planting in our Tiny Forest plantation.

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  • Mr Wilding's Words Lent Week 8

    Published 10/03/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    As you’ll have gathered, led at Monday assembly and through discussions during the week, we are keen to show our concern for and sympathy with the country of Ukraine by holding a Non-Uniform day today.

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  • Mr Wilding's words Lent week 7

    Published 04/03/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    Firstly, thank you to everyone who was able to prioritise attending school on-line when school was closed last Friday week. Whilst the wind also took out some local electricity supplies for staff and pupils, it is so nice to know the tech is in place when that happens!

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  • Mr Wilding's words Lent week 6

    Published 18/02/22, by Hayley Johnston

    May I take this opportunity as we close for the February half-term to thank parents and guardians so much for their careful support and ongoing communications with us at school over the past six weeks. I was able to make clear at a ‘whole school in-person assembly’ this morning that it’s been a pretty challenging time for all, most notably in house, as so many of our adults in school have been impacted by Covid positive tests. Despite all that, school has kept going well, safely and in a timely manner, activities and fixtures running and even the kitchen able to run effectively throughout!

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  • Mr Wilding's words Lent week 5

    Published 11/02/22, by Hayley Johnston

    Year 8 have been recreating Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre as part of their English studies, and we’ve seen amazing versions in cake, cardboard and Minecraft as well as full on miniature building materials! As you can see from Mrs Ging’s class team photo, the contributions have been remarkable, and as befits the type of model, particularly tasty too!

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