Mr Rayer's Words Lent 9
The first snow day of the year and who would believe it with the present temperatures, excellent conditions for the ISA U16 7's and tomorrow's Cross Country (please be aware of the parking plan from Mr Miller due to the wet conditions).
My thanks to all who turned up for the PTA AGM, not a huge number but a very dedicated group, we are always looking for new support, please talk to me at the Cross Country if you are wishing to help.
The feedback I have had from the Year 10 Academic Mentoring meetings have been very positive and I thank the staff for their efforts and parents for coming in to meet.
Year 7 and 8 have had two very successful days, one at Rushall Farm (Geography, rivers and organic farming) and the other at Dorney Court (History, the Civil war) - well done to all involved.
Next week starts with the Joint Senior Music Concert on Monday, Charity Week starting, and in the week Year 10 Geographers will be travelling to Margam Park for their GCSE Fieldwork experience. We continue to be very busy and I look forward to seeing parents at the various events.
Following the events at Nottingham Trent University I feel we should remember these famous words:
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character." Martin Luther King, Jr.