Wheatley Park School
Everyone Caring: Taking Pride
Our core school value of Everyone Caring (alongside Everyone Learning) is not just about caring for each other. We also encourage students to care about success. By taking pride in their achievements (without boasting or putting others down), our students enhance their sense of self-worth, so paving the way for further achievements.
And there is no shortage of achievements to take pride in as the school year comes to an end. In fact, WPS students have recently started to taste success at a national level. Our phenomenal Yr 8 cricketers became Midlands champions, reaching the final four teams for their age group amongst all English schools. Just as impressively, Year 9 student Tom Hughes won his age category in the BBC Proms Inspire national competition for young composers and will have his fantastic composition performed by a professional orchestra in London this summer. These achievements, alongside many others over the course of the year, remind us that there is no limit to what students from non-selective state schools can achieve.
More generally, all students have risen to the challenge of meeting our higher behavioural expectations this year and we are moving tantalisingly close to being a completely litter-free site. Our Year 11, 12 and 13 students conducted themselves admirably during exam season, and we hope the theme of achievement continues on results days this summer.
Looking ahead to 2018-19, our new Year 7s, along with students going into Years 8, 9 and 10 next year, will be the first to wear our smart new uniform, which will further enhance pride in belonging to WPS. Full details of the new uniform policy can be found following this link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bV8pgURVXiLDMmPPti42vfP7EmEV1oTtuYJ6KceY4Ik/edit and in the Key Information for Parents and Carers 2018-19 pack that will be sent out shortly.
In the meantime, thank you as ever to all parents and carers for your ongoing support and we wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer holiday.
Thank you and Goodbye
We bid a fond farewell to the following staff who are leaving us at the end this term:
Our Head of Arts, Ruth Landreth, retires from teaching after eight years at Wheatley Park and a long and illustrious career. In that time, Ruth has inspired literally thousands of students with her passion for drama and enormous skill and expertise in teaching it. She has also helped develop many trainee teachers in her time (including the current headteacher back in 1999!). In her current role, Ruth has been an unwavering source of support and encouragement to her colleagues in the Arts Faculty who will miss her terribly. Part of her legacy at Wheatley Park will be our Artsmark Gold Award that is testament to how the arts have thrived under her leadership. We wish Ruth a happy and fulfilling retirement.
Our Head of Maths, James Gurung, leaves Wheatley Park after six years to take up a senior leadership post in a school near Birmingham. James has proved himself to be a successful leader capable of creating some very innovative solutions to problems, including software that he has coded himself. Beyond the Maths Faculty, James has involved himself fully in the wider life of the school from leading World Challenge expeditions to organising the Sixth Form paintballing trip, forming fantastic relationships with students along the way. We wish James all the best in his new role where we have no doubt he will flourish.
Chris Bateman, our Head of Technology and Enterprise, will also take up a senior leadership post in September at the Manor School in Northampton. In addition to building up a strong team within his faculty, Chris has latterly been very instrumental, along with Mr Nixon, in the development and implementation of our 1-to-1 Chromebook programme. One of Chris’s highlights beyond the classroom was leading the Yr 12 WPS Young Enterprise Team to victory as Oxfordshire winners. Good luck in your new role, Chris, and thank you for adding so much value to the school over the past six years.
Jo Botha leaves the school after six years where she has contributed enormously to our community as a cover supervisor initially, then as Arts Manager and most recently as an Associate English teacher. As well as being a dedicated, talented and professional colleague, Jo has also made a significant contribution to the school as a staff governor with specific responsibility for safeguarding. Jo moves on to take up an English teaching post at Icknield Community College where we wish her all the best.
The third colleague to gain promotion to a senior position this September is Nick Bowater, our acting Head of Science. Nick joined us four years ago, initially as a Lead Teacher in science. Since then, Nick has formed tremendously warm and supportive relationships with colleagues and students alike thanks to his relentless energy and positivity, not to mention his irrepressible sense of humour He moves on to a school in more challenging circumstances where his energy and enthusiasm are bound to make a positive difference.
Sam Czeres joined us as a newly qualified teacher of maths and PE three years ago and has since progressed to becoming a team leader in maths. Sam has been a hard working, dependable and skilled colleague who has helped raise the profile of maths in a variety of ways, including widening the extra-curricular opportunities on offer. We wish Sam all the best in his promoted position at his new school near Bridgewater next September.
Guy Stanley joined us as Head of Media two years ago and has been consistently positive, supporting all students to do their best and use their existing knowledge and interests in their own work. He is going on to teach primarily 6th form students- they will benefit from his vast knowledge and enthusiasm for his subject.
The maths department has benefited greatly from the expertise and professionalism of Sarah Knowles for the last eighteen months. We hope to welcome her back to WPS again in the future after she takes another career break to look after her young family.
Hollie Colin leaves us to move closer to family after a year of delivering high quality teaching within our science department. Hollie will be much missed by staff and students, including members of the Greenhouse Club that she has helped set up.
Tanya Decosemo has had a really positive impact in our food department this year and will be sadly missed when she leaves us in August. She has built great relationships with students through her infectious passion for food and cookery.
Former student, Olivia Gray, has added considerable value within the English department where she has worked as an apprentice teaching assistant for the last nine months. We wish her all the best as she resumes her studies at university this autumn.
Sally Knight has risen to the challenge of replacing Mr Clark’s business teaching with positivity and energy since his departure at Christmas. We thank her for ensuring the continuity of learning within several key classes and wish her all the best in the future.
We look forward to welcoming several new members of staff to Wheatley Park in the first edition of the newsletter next academic year.
Newsletter- Summer Term 2
Message from the Chair of Governors cont
The end of this academic year is almost upon us and here's hoping the last month's spectacular weather stays with us for much of the forthcoming holidays!
At the end of every academic year for both staff and students there are always some sad farewells as you move on to pastures new. To the students leaving us, well done for working so hard for your exams and we really hope that the results fully reflect your efforts. You will be missed and we wish you every success in your future journeys. Do come and see us again: your experiences can inspire those who follow you and keeping in touch with your school contemporaries can lead to lifelong network of friends and contacts. To the staff members leaving us, we thank you for your fantastic contributions to our students' learning, school life and to your colleagues; good luck with the new horizons you have chosen to explore.
Your Governing Body is also saying a farewell to Tessa Shaw who, after many years service to Wheatley Park School, is hanging up her Governor's hat for the last time. Tessa has been a towering presence at your school for many years providing, as my predecessor as Chair of Governors, immense focus, drive, support and encouragement to our previous headteacher, Ms Curtis, as she battled to bring your school out of an Ofsted "Special Measures" grading. They were dark days but Tessa's tireless contribution as Chair of Governors were a critical part to your school being turned around successfully to now having a lengthy waiting list. More recently Tessa has been Vice Chair of Governors and has been invaluable to me as her successor, always being available as a source of wise counsel, experience and help in shaping the strategies to move Wheatley Park School onward. On behalf of your Governors, we would like to express our enormous gratitude to Tessa for everything she has done for this school since she became part of the Governing Body almost 15 years ago.
Your Governors have been actively engaged with the school's senior leadership in formulating next year's Development Plan. We will be maintaining a strong focus on standards of behaviour by our students - something that both you and the staff continue to support strongly in the surveys we have circulated. In the latter part of this current academic year, the focus on behaviour has widened out from the classroom to the corridors and the school's broader campus and this will continue in the future.
However Wheatley Park School is all about Everyone Learning and from September, Mr Martin and his team will start to make changes to the curriculum that the school will be offering to our students. We will be taking this road very slowly and will be consulting you and the staff on the changes but the reasoning behind this is that we wish to try to offer a broader range of subjects, both academic and more vocationally focused, to better meet the broad range of abilities of our students. Clearly this has to be done at a time when the finances of all schools across England are under significant pressure. Much though we would like it to be otherwise, there is no "Magic Money Tree" and we expect our own budget to leave little room for manoeuvre, which is another reason why our intended curriculum changes have to be managed with a very keen eye on the costs associated with providing the broadest possible education for our students.
The Governors would like to extend a very warm welcome to the staff and pupils who are starting with us in September. We think that your time at Wheatley Park School will be rewarding, interesting, challenging, fun and somewhere that lifelong friendships are forged. Thank you for choosing our school and we wish you every success. To your Governing Body, I would like to extend my personal gratitude to you for the support you have given over the last year, as volunteers, to tirelessly striving to improve the outcomes for our whole school community.
Lastly we wish you all a much deserved and restful summer holidays and may the sun continue to shine wherever you may be.
Philip Baillieu Chair of Governors
Message from the Chair of Governors
Sixth Form News
Year 13 had their last day in school on Friday 25th May, before their A level exams began. True to tradition, there was a wide selection of fancy dress outfits, with some students going to extraordinary lengths to make the day special. Thomas Heatherington, who partly shaved his head and was sporting a mohican haircut, was almost unrecognisable! There was also Super Mario and all of the characters including their vehicles.
After their A Level exams (apart from maths!) we had a final goodbye at the Cherwell Boathouse on Friday 22nd June. It was a very civilised evening, thanks to the staff at the Boathouse who even checked the ID of some teachers to ensure they were over 18! Having enjoyed a very good meal and much socialising the clubs of Oxford were hit, at which point staff made their excuses and left.
We look forward to seeing how Year 13 have done in their exams in the summer and wishing them all the very best for their futures. 98% of students who applied for university have been made an offer.
Year 12 have been preparing for the future! We have had a ‘Futures Day’ when we have considered the different options open to students once they leave school. Ruth Walton from Portsmouth University spoke to the students about life at university, the different courses open to them, and how to research their options. We also had great support from both Oxford Brookes University and Study Higher, who led a session on careers in healthcare, as well as providing individual help to students as they began to think about their personal statements. Oxford University led a session for those thinking of applying to Oxbridge and what the different requirements are in terms of applying. Our own careers adviser form Adviza, Alison Bennett, delivered a session for those not thinking of going to university and what the different options are available for them. Various members of staff also led sessions on writing personal statements and guidance on how to complete the university application process.
On Friday 15th June the whole of Year 12 went to an Open Day at Reading University. This provided them the opportunity to be able to try out different subjects, look at the accommodation, see what a campus university looks like and so on. The feedback from students was very positive, despite our late arrival due to our planned coach breaking down!
Sixth Form Induction
Friday 29th June saw the arrival of almost 100 students to our Sixth Form Induction day. Overall we have had over 150 applications, 40 of which are from students currently in other schools in the county which is a fourfold increase from last year. They all experienced taster lessons for each of their subject choices and then also got an opportunity to speak to a number of current students about their experiences of the Sixth Form. We look forward to welcoming all these students, plus others, in September.
Sixth Form News cont.
Year 11 Ball
The weather continued to smile on Wheatley Park School for the summer concert that was held on Thursday 28th June. The concert was held in the beautiful setting of the Old House terrace. Although England were playing their 3rd group match against Belgium in the World Cup, the turnout of parents and students was excellent and the PTA kept everyone cool by supplying refreshments. As usual the concert was a showcase of the diverse talents of Wheatley Park students who entertained the appreciative crowd with music ranging from Bach (Double Concerto in D minor played by Holly Spearman and Helena Beel) to a piece by french singer Zazz sung (in French!) by Beth Bayliss. Other highlights included an orchestral medley from 'Wicked' and songs from 'The Greatest Showman' including 'This Is Me' sung by over 40 WPS students from Year 7 to 9. The Soul Band wrapped the concert up in style with 'Uptown Funk'.
BBC Proms Inspire competition
Year 9 Thomas Hughes won his age-range in the national competition, the BBC Proms Inspire competition. This means that a professional orchestra will play his piece 'The Weev'ling' and he will receive a BBC commission to compose a new piece.
Please follow the link below for full details:
Taken from the BBC website
The images below will give you a taster of the opportunities the students have experienced this term
Above:Whole School trip to see 'Hairspray' starring ex-student Shakur Gabbidon Williams as Seaweed.
A level trip to see 'Our Country’s Good' which intertwined verbal and visual language, incorporating sign language and subtitling into the show.
Art show Friday 29th June
Year 12s - seen here working on 'A Curious Incident of a Dog in the Nighttime' - have filmed an issues based play for Big Learning Day.
Arts News cont
Sixth Form News cont.
Arts News cont.
Silver and Bronze Arts award will be moderated in the last week of term ( Year 10 and 12)
This peripatetic activity is lead by Paige Fox-Rendle. All our students who took LAMDA exams ( Acting) had fantastic results. If this is something you’re interested in for next year please see the Drama department.
Year 10s completed devising exams performing to parents Tuesday 3rd July .
The Year 10 GCSE Geographers completed their field work in Dorset collecting data around Studland, Swanage, and Lulworth Cove.
The Year 9 Geographers completed their first GCSE trip into Oxford at the end of June to look at Sustainability in Oxford by collecting both Qualitative data (interviews and field sketches) as well as Quantitative sources of data via the use of bi-polar surveys. The pupils also completed a walk along the river in what turned out to be a lovely sunny day.
As ever, the Technology and Enterprise Faculty continues to be incredibly busy with lots going on. Take a look through some of the achievements and events that have taken place this year.
Our Year 10 Young Enterprise team, Marbleous, won 5 awards throughout their competition including Best Trade Fair, Best Product and Best Customer Service. As always, the team sold their mugs and represented Wheatley Park incredibly well and we are very proud of their successes. Thanks also must go to Mel and Caroline, our Business Advisors, who work tirelessly alongside demanding full time roles, in the community to support our young people.
A Level Business students have also visited BMW Mini Centre to explore the world of production and automation, and external speakers from Reading University have visited our Year 11 Business students to talk about aspiration and higher education.
In Computing, we have continued to work with student volunteers from Oxford Brookes University who come and demonstrate amazing things for our students. This year, we’ve had workshops on coding, the Raspberry Pi, the Micro:bit and even dancing robots.
Our Year 8 Design Technology students have been lucky to have demonstrations throughout the year from the Oxfordshire Fire Service focussing on the use of hydraulics in their equipment. Thanks to Mr Baldwin for organising these amazing opportunities for our students.
Across Design Technology we are always amazed by the amazing pieces of work that our GCSE students and A Level students create. They show real determination to complete their final pieces and incredible creativity and imagination in choosing their pieces. Congratulations to all of them on the outstanding level of work achieved.
Another busy year in KS4 and 5 Textiles. The year started off with an AS Textiles trip to the Pitt Rivers and Natural History museums to gain inspiration for their projects. The photographs and sketches that the pupils made were then translated into lino prints and other textile techniques. Year 11 completed their controlled assessment in which they designed and made textile items from brief to final product and all showed commitment and determination from start to finish!
Here are some images of year 11, 12 and 13 work to give you an idea of some of the things they were busy making...
2017-2018 in Technology and Enterprise
Technology and Enterprise cont.
MACRAME REWARD EXPERIENCE
ENGLISH OXFORD CASTLE TRIP
Jenny Campbell, Dominika Chimielewska, Erin Foster, Georgia Healy, Praise Kujore and Libby Mae Webb all showed enthusiasm in a macrame Reward Experience. They each created a unique beaded key ring reflecting their individual pizzazz.
Last academic year, the BBC gave a micro:bit to every student in what was then Year 8. We then passed these onto our students. We have just under a class set left, and would love to use them more in lessons. If you have a micro:bit at home that you no longer use, we would love it if you could return it to Mr Price of myself.
Head of Technology and Enterprise
Year 9 Families - Micro:bit amnesty
On Wednesday 27th June, we took 40 students to the Oxford Castle complex to experience an evening of Shakespeare. We watched hour-long performances of ‘Othello’ and ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. The students enjoyed both plays but particularly loved ‘Much Ado’ as it was so funny. It was a brilliant evening!
YEAR 6 INDUCTION DAY
We would like to welcome our new Year 7 intake in September and any new parents who are joining the Wheatley Park School community.
On 5th and 6th July it was an absolute pleasure to welcome 187 Year 6 pupils to our transition days. Over the two days pupils covered a range of subjects across the curriculum. Pupils also had an opportunity to explore the school site on a treasure hunt with our Year 10 senior students as guides. Both days were extremely positive and staff and students have provided some excellent feedback on how the days went.
Already many of our new pupils have shown great examples of meeting our school values of Everyone Learning and Everyone Caring. It was great to see so many pupils start to develop friendships and we look forward to building on these positive relationships in September. The learning that took place was challenging but it was great to see how well this was embraced by the Year 6 pupils.
DUKE OF EDINBURGH
DofE Bronze Award
On 16th June, 28 lucky students started our walk for the qualifying expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. Rewind 5 or 6 months when we were all eager to start, we began learning the basics of survival in rural Oxfordshire like trangia training, first aid and planning safe routes. We also had a training walk to learn how to navigate and how to use our trangia and completed a practice expedition where we got to practise walking on our own in our groups and with the fully weighted bags. Although the expeditions were challenging, we all learnt something new from DofE about ourselves and each other.
The DofE award is not just about the expedition. We also had to complete 3 or 6 months each of physical activity such as, athletics or trampolining; volunteering such as working with children, animals or at a shop; and a new skill, many of us chose things like learning a new instrument, language or sport. We enjoyed making these commitments and trying new things.
During our time completing the qualifying expedition we faced many challenges, such as walking through bogs, rivers and trees. All the groups had their ups and downs and we were all incredibly relieved to get to the campsite. Many games of netball, tennis and wall football later, we finally had a chance to make food and get some well earned sleep. We put our trangia and tent training to the test and despite many bumps on the practice expedition including destroyed pans and burnt fingers, we all managed to escape unscathed. By the end of the second day we were all exhausted, but managed to push ourselves to the final checkpoint after almost 30 km of walking over the two days. After a well earned rest I’m sure we could all agree it was an amazing experience we will never forget regardless of the cuts and bruises. Bring on Silver and Gold!
Phoebe Coleman & Tabitha Greenhow , 9MPL
Five students (Laura Ansty, Jasmine O'Donnell, Maddie Ireland, Jenni Young and Katy Pirie) have recently completed their Gold Qualifying Expedition in Snowdonia. While the weather was sunny, it was also very hot and made it a real challenge to walk 15-20km a day. The students demonstrated excellent teamwork and physical resolve and are now working to complete the other four sections of the award within the next twelve months.
DUKE OF EDINBURGH cont.
Our meetings, and digs every Tuesday over the past year have resulted in yet another bumper crop of finds.
Below you can see just some of the variety of pottery and even part of a medieval tile that have all been found in just a few square metres of ground alongside the old tennis courts. We are sifting through earth that was once part of the midden (rubbish dump) from the house that once stood on the island. This dates roughly from the Tudor period to about 1690 and along with the English pottery, we find tantalising and beautiful pieces of imported Chinese ceramic - highly prized and valued in the 17th century - 100 years before we could manufacture our own fine ‘China’ here in England. The fact that it was thrown into the midden shows that somebody was very clumsy with the’ best china’.
We have also been visited by local metal detector and archaeologist, Michael Hodges, whose Saxon shield centres were very exciting finds alongside Saxon saucer brooches. These were not found in Holton, unfortunately, but were not too far away in Oxfordshire. Some of Michael’s finds were also seen on our recent end of year treat to the Oxfordshire Museum at Woodstock, There, in an exhibition entitled ‘Oxfordshire Finds’, along with Michael’s finds, were many others. We felt that some of ours deserved to be in the display also, perhaps next time! We have now found so much on site that the Oxfordshire ‘Finds’ officer is going to come out and spend some time with us cataloguing them for the local and national archaeological record.
In the spring, Ben Johnson, a member of the Sealed Knot, brought full suits of armour and full size handmade 15th century English Longbows for us to try out. The layers of armour and mail were only bearable for a few seconds, and the longbows were completely impossible for us to draw. Ben is ranked third in the whole world for Longbow competition and so he showed us how it should be done, but he is 6 feet tall and weighs 16 stone, so no wonder none of us could match him!!
In April our exhibition, held during the 70th anniversary celebrations for Holton Park Girls’ Grammar School, celebrated our finds and Dan also exhibited his vast collection of ‘mudlark’ finds from the banks of the Thames in central London. He finds loads of Medieval and Tudor pottery still being washed up on the tide every day, and that’s because the River Thames was one huge ‘midden’ for the City of London for hundreds of years. He even comes up with the same styles and patterns that we find here in rural Oxfordshire from the same period and so we are able to learn a lot about domestic and social history and the lives of the people who lived in this part of the world hundreds of years ago.
Archaeology Club members
YOUNG ARCHAEOLOGIST CLUB 2017-2018
Calling all Year 8, 9 and 10 students.
If you would like to donate any items of your old uniform to us during September, please bring them to Student Reception in a sealed black plastic dustbin liner. Please only return uniform that can be still worn or re-used. It would be useful if they could be labelled in separate plastic bags as follows: 'Recycling' OR 'To be worn'. The second set will then be sent to a new 'Wheatley Park School' probably in South Africa.
Kevin Heritage - School Manager
YOUNG ARCHAEOLOGIST CLUB 2017-2018 cont.
OLD UNIFORM - SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOL
Congratulations to all Awards Winners!
LOWER SCHOOL AWARDS
Wow! What a year it has been for these boys. They have built on their success of winning the county cup in Year 7 and have gone from strength to strength. The boys have reached the final of the county cup again but that isn’t where the real success lies this season. The boys have done amazingly well and enjoyed a highly successful ride in the David English National Cup. The boys emphatically beat private schools from all over the Midlands and South East to become the area champions. These schools include; Bedford School (who boast Alistair Cook, England’s all time leading test run scorer, as an alumni), Oakham School (the old stumping ground of Stuart Broad, England’s second leading wicket taker), King Edwards School and Packwood Haugh. Unfortunately all good runs have to end and when faced against a very strong Queen Elizabeth Grammar School from Yorkshire they fell just short. However nothing can take away how truly amazing they have been. They have not only stood up for State School Cricket but have been true ambassadors of WPS on this epic journey.
The Year 9 cricket team have continued their successful run of beating everyone that is placed in front of them. This year saw lots of games washed out in the league but they have had a successful run in the County Cup and won in the final against Magdalen College School on the last ball. Strong performances against all have seen comfortable victories over Burford, Abingdon and St Birnius.
A Year 7 team represented Wheatley Park at the South Oxfordshire competition. All team members worked hard and were placed 3rd out of 6 schools attending. A great team effort.
South Oxfordshire Area Athletics.
We travelled in numbers to Tilsley Park for the South Area athletics competition. Teamwork was the key and stood out with senior members of the team guiding new members, easing nerves and supporting athletes to their event starting places. In an extremely competitive environment all team members gave 100% and we were proud to see u15 Girls Team placed 1st in the competition and the u17 Girls placed 2nd in the competition.
From this event a number of WPS students were selected to represent South Oxfordshire in the County Finals and again we were proud to see individual successes and performances within another competitive environment. Students to note and congratulate are:
Sport News cont.
Shot & Discus
This year we entered our first ever swimming teams into the South Oxfordshire competition. All 3 teams qualified for the county finals. Year 7 boys won the bronze medal, Year 7 girls came 4th and Year 10 girls came 4th. Congratulations to all participants.
This year's event not only topped the temperature on record for the day but numbers too, with over 300 primary students working alongside WPS students for Toplink 2018.
Our visiting Year 5 and Year 6 students were led by our Head Boy and Head Girl Team ably supported by their specially selected team of 6th Form Sports Leaders. These students led team building stations at the start of the day as well as organising team competitions for 4 different sporting areas, where our visiting students worked alongside new faces as part of an olympic country. Our newly formed Senior Students as well as a small number of our Year 9 PE Pioneers acted as Team Managers for the day ensuring everyone had an opportunity to be involved and engage with the sporting activities and challenges.
Over this term a group of 13 Year 7, 8 and 9 students have been learning to scull with Hinksey Sculling School. They started in a small lake and then progressed to the big lake. They have had to take part in swimming tests and a capsize test. Great fun was had by all even if they fell in every week!
Good luck to the following students taking part in competitions over the summer -
Lucy Block - National Swimming Championships
Daisy Palmer - English Schools Athletics Championships
Adam Chesterman - English Schools Athletics Championships
CALENDAR AND EVENTS
END OF TERM 12.15
WORLD CHALLENGE TRIP TO MALAWI
A LEVEL RESULTS DAY
GCSE RESULTS DAY
INSET DAY 1
INSET DAY 2, SIXTH FORM ENROLMENT INTERVIEWS
YEARS 7,10,13 IN SCHOOL
ALL YEARS IN SCHOOL
WORLD CHALLENGE 2018 CELEBRATION EVENT, 7-8pm, SFCR
PTA AGM, FARNDELL LIBRARY, 7-8pm
INTRODUCTION TO GCSE EVENING (YEAR 10 PARENTS), 6.30-7.30pm, MAIN HALL
THU 20-SAT 22.09.18
BUSHCRAFT - YEAR 9
YEAR 7 INFORMATION EVENING
YEARS 7 & 10 PHOTOGRAPHS
FULL GOVERNING BODY
OPEN EVENING, 6-8pm
OPEN MORNING, 9-11.15am
MON 01-FRI 05.10.18
YEAR 11 WORK EXPERIENCE WEEK
BIG LEARNING DAY 1
YEAR 11 PARENTS EVENING 4.30-7.30pm, MAIN HALL
THEATRE GOERS TRIP TO 'STRICTLY BALLROOM', 4pm
END OF TERM 1, 3pm
INSET DAY 3
TERM 2, WEEK 2