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Secondary Weekly Update 01/03/2019 from Mr. Nick Lee

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It was a privilege and a pleasure on Thursday morning to wish our Under 13 FOBISIA Sports Team the best of luck and wave them goodbye as they headed off to Phuket for the annual games. We are taking our largest ever team to an Under 13 Games, where they will be competing against seven other schools, from across Asia, in athletics, swimming, basketball and football. They have spent a long time training and preparing for this event, including several weekends at the athletics track, to ensure that they are as confident and as prepared as possible for the event. My thanks to Ms Smith, Mr Walsh, Mr Lincoln and Mr Widemann for the many hours they have given up to help the students ahead of travelling to Thailand.

We have also had a lovely week welcoming Primary students to use our Science labs as part of their STEAM Week. Amongst the many activities they have been doing, they saw in action a Ruben’s Tube which shows wave action through controlled flames. They also, through a music and science collaboration, looked at the effect of sound waves through water. It was lovely to welcome them, and I know that they got a lot from this experience.

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With only 30 days to go before the holiday, and then the IGCSE and A Level exams, our Year 11,12 and 13 students have been continuing with their academic mentoring sessions - a one-to-one collaborative discussion with a teacher to enable each student to feel prepared and understand what they need to do ahead of the exams in May and June. These discussions have proved to be invaluable and I would like to thank all the staff for giving their time to this, and particularly to Mr Dale and Mr Morgan for organising this approach to learning that has been on-going throughout the year.

Thank you to everyone in our community for coping with all of the road closures this week. The historic Trump-Kim Summit has meant that we have not been able to run any sessions after school for three days this week, and I would like to thank all parents for enabling their children to leave school earlier than normal.

I hope that you all have a great week ahead.