Mr Rayer's Words Lent 11
Good to report that despite the weather the Year 10 Geography Field Trip to South Wales was a great success, as was the Year 8 Parents Evening, thanks to all involved in those activities.
On Wednesday night there was an outstanding Music Concert at the College Avenue site, my congratulations to all the performers and thank you to all the staff who supported the event.
Good luck today to the scullers at the National Junior Sculling event at Dorney Lake and the Year 11 Drama pupils who have their moderation today.
I look forward to meeting parents at the Boat Club Dinner on Saturday and the final week of term when we hold our Commemoration Service on Tuesday and break up on Wednesday.
A very busy Easter holiday with Skiing, Rowing and Sailing trips all out and on our return Year 10 Historians are travelling to Ypres to help with their GCSE studies.
"There's nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with Chocolate."
Linda Grayson, "The Pickwick Paper"