Letters from the Headteacher

Archive: November 2021

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  • The Omnicron variant update

    29th November 2021
    Dear Parents/Carers, Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on Saturday 27 November, where he outlined a series of new temporary measures following the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in the UK, I have since received a communication for the Department for Education. These new measures Include:

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  • 26.11.2021 Letter to Parents

    26th November 2021
    Dear Parents/Carers, I hope that you and your families are all well and that you have all had a productive week. Learning Cycle 2 The Assemblies this week have focussed on how we can all encourage our students to build on their learning. As you will know, there are four Learning Cycles in each academic year, each lasting a total of nine weeks, seven of which are teaching weeks, the eighth week is an assessment week with week nine being the mastery week.

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  • 19.11.2021 Letter to Parents

    19th November 2021
    Dear Parents/Carers, I hope that this letter finds you all well. Year 11 Assessments I am writing to you at the end of the week when our Year 11 students have been sitting assessments in a formal setting for the first time since they have been in secondary school. They should all be complemented for the mature and sensible way in which they have engaged in this.

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  • 12.11.2021 Letter to Parents

    12th November 2021
    Another week has flown past and we have had a very busy and productive five school days: it is quite extraordinary how much can be achieved in this time and the Newsletter contains some examples of what students and staff have been involved in.

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  • 05.11.21 Letter to Parents

    5th November 2021
    This week has seen a positive return to school. Students appear to be well rested after the half term break and it has been a pleasure to welcome them back.

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