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Secondary Assembly: Olympic 'Spying' and Year 11 Graduates

Preview of the 2016 Rio Olympics and Year 11 students on Study Leave before final IGCSE examinations

  • Secondary Assembly: 2016 Rio Olympics Preview
  • Secondary Assembly: 2016 Rio Olympics Preview
  • Secondary Assembly: 2016 Rio Olympics Preview
  • Secondary Assembly: 2016 Rio Olympics Preview
  • Secondary Assembly: 2016 Rio Olympics Preview
  • Secondary Assembly: 2016 Rio Olympics Preview
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates
  • Secondary Assembly: Year 11 Graduates

The Year 7 students took on the ambitious task of incorporating the Spy School skills they have developed in their drama classes and the upcoming Olympics into one assembly. The result was a comical, stealthy, and informative scenario involving an evil Gold Medal Thief, a unit of secret agents from MI5, and a mini Geography lesson on new infrastructure for the Rio De Janeiro Olympic Games.

Today we also said farewell to our Year 11 students who are embarking on Study Leave before their final IGCSE examinations. The students have been working diligently to prepare for these examinations and we are confident they will achieve their full potential with continued hard work.

Students were presented with their Graduation Certificates in assembly this morning by Mr Smith and we were all treated to a video montage on each of the students filled with funny – and no doubt embarrassing – photos of them growing up! 

We wish them the best of luck in their examinations and for their future studies.