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Principal Weekly Update 13/04/2018 from Mr Mark Sayer

13 April 2018

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And so ends another term.  Every term passes with alarming speed and yet one sees enormous progress in young people, in their personality development and approach to life.  The maturity of our young people is far from linear but just a few highlights to share with parents tells of individual goals achieved, milestones passed and challenges overcome.  To think of our Year 9 students from 2013 when we first opened the school, now approaching international A Level examinations and imminent graduation, is such a thrilling example of the journey that education represents for our young people.  The Primary Art Show has seen displayed work of great skill, detail and imagination.  I was honestly astounded to see some of the work from our Year 2 and 3 students.  The final Primary Assembly Dance piece, involving 35 students, was excellent too and after such a short period engaged in the Juilliard Creative Curriculum.  These few choice examples are testimony to the thoughtfulness of the teaching staff and their committed approach.  As we close the term, I thank my colleagues most sincerely for their hard work and commitment to the students. I hope that you will join with me in thanking them for another great term for all concerned.

I wish you all a very good holiday together as families and look forward to seeing you after the national holiday in early May.