Has there been a teacher or support staff who has helped you make a positive start this year? If so, let us know and share your thanks with them.
10WG8 have arrived at Whitemoor Lakes and are now ready for absailing and zip wire.
Over the course of this weekend our newly formed tutor group will have several days of activities to support them in developing team building skills, independence, and resilience, all under the guidance of their tutor Mrs Wilde.
Each house requires new sports and house captains. It’s a great opportunity to develop your leadership skills and get involved in the house system.
See class charts for the form to complete. Remember you must use your school email address to gain access.
Thank you to all who have returned the OSA2 forms and handed in passports and EHICs / GHICs.
Please could we ask that remaining documents are handed into the History department by Friday 23rd Sept – this information allows us to complete final plans for the trip so they are needed ASAP (please contact Mrs Gough if there are any problems with this). Also, please be aware that, in order to help reduce the use of single use plastic, the accommodation no longer provides bottles of water with packed lunches – please make sure that all students bring a re-fillable water bottle with them to use every day (they will be able to fill these before leaving for each day’s activities).
Many thanks for your ongoing support for the Battlefields trip – we are looking forward to a great trip!
The English Department have several tickets left for the RSC’s production of A Christmas Carol on 9th December. This trip has been re-opened on Parent Pay for 24hrs for those who would like to purchase a ticket. The production will support the teaching of A Christmas Carol next half-term.
Please get in touch with Mrs Green, Head of English if you have any questions.
Please note that from 1 August 2022, all COVID-19 travel restrictions for travellers to France and Belgium have been lifted. The rules that previously applied to travellers no longer apply:
- you are no longer required to present proof of vaccination
- you are no longer required to fill out any forms prior to your arrival in France, such as a justification for travel or a sworn statement
- you are no longer required to show proof of a negative PCR or antigen test upon arrival in France
This means we no longer require any proof of Covid status before travel.
Please return OSA2 forms along with passports and EHIC/GHIC cards to the History office before Friday 23rd September. Many thanks for your support with this.
There is a student meeting in H2 at 12:30pm on Tuesday 20th September to discuss expectations on the trip and to sort out rooms for students.