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Weekly Words

These are the weekly words from 2021-22 from Mrs Rogers, Head of Sixth Form until December 2022.  We have paused the Heads Words currently but hold these here for parents to look back at the news from Mrs Rogers. 

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  • Mrs Rogers' words summer Week 10

    Published 08/07/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    ‘Unbelievable’ - the word that epitomises the trajectory of progress and achievement the newly crowned Diamond Jubilee Cup Winners have accomplished! Their racing was described as ‘supreme’ and they picked up the nickname ‘giant killers’ during their exploits!

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 9

    Published 01/07/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    Did you know the title ‘High Sheriff’ dates back hundreds of years, to Saxon times, and is the oldest secular office in the UK, second only to the Crown? Many of you may well be nodding your heads, however, I must confess I needed to do some research to fully grasp the significance of the role which the incumbent holds for one year. 

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 8

    Published 24/06/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    We use and respond to feedback all the time - there is nothing better than a colleague or our line manager telling us how well we have run a project or how impressed they are with our problem solving and resourcefulness.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 7

    Published 17/06/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    Our students and staff have made a significant difference in our own school and wider local communities this week.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 6

    Published 09/06/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    Whether you are a fan of the Royal family or not, Queen Elizabeth II can teach us a thing or two about leadership and humanity.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 5

    Published 27/05/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    Broadening our horizons through sharing in each other’s cultural customs and traditions deepens friendship and understanding. This week Ruslana, Valeriia and Maryna have been encouraging us to do exactly that in Food Technology.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 4

    Published 20/05/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    This week I challenged Year 12 to ‘step up’ now that Year 13 are on study leave and focused on their exams. And stepping up encompasses a variety of expectations.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 3

    Published 13/05/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    Friday 13 is synonymous with bad luck and while I am not superstitious, today I do feel unlucky;  Year 13 has officially started study leave and I will miss seeing them all every day!

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 2

    Published 06/05/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    A growth mindset, teamwork and leadership are some of the most important competencies employers look for when recruiting.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Summer Week 1

    Published 29/04/22, by Anneliese Brackin

    A sincere thank you for the significant and mature contribution by our Heads of School, Student Leaders and musicians who participated reverently and respectfully at our Commemoration Service just before the Easter break.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Lent Week 11

    Published 01/04/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    April Fools’ Day, or All Fools’ Day, gets its name from the custom of playing harmless practical jokes. It has been celebrated for centuries but its true origins are unknown.

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  • Mrs Rogers' Words Lent Week 10

    Published 25/03/22, by Catherine Corrigan

    Year 12 students took full advantage of speaking with student ambassadors from a variety of universities at the Higher Education Exhibition this week.

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