We are organising a school trip to see a matinee performance of “School of Rock” on 30 January 2020 and all students in Years 7-9 are invited to apply for tickets. This is an imaginative and exciting musical production which may already be familiar from the film version. I am sure that everyone who attends will have a wonderful afternoon. This trip was first offered in January 2019 but, as it was very oversubscribed, we are offering it again for 2020.
RE: YEAR 11 – GCSE SCIENCE LIVE – FRIDAY 6 DECEMBER 2019
The Science Department is organising a day trip for GCSE Combined Science students.
The day offers a chance to hear some of the best scientists who are working at the cutting edge of their specialisms. The scientists are carefully chosen for their ability to communicate with students of this age in a direct and exciting way. Students will also have the chance to improve their GCSE result with two sessions from an experience Science examiner. The day will be fast-moving, exciting, thought-provoking and will give students the chance to raise issues with the scientists.
In this critical year, your son will need to ensure he has relevant learning material to succeed. The GCSE in Computer Science is quite rigorous and demanding. We are recommending the following books which will support their progress:
End of term arrangement and start of the new school year. I am writing to update you on our recent Progression Week activities and outline arrangements for the end of term and start of the new school year. Below are some key dates for the end of term and Sep 2019 start.