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Message from our Head of IBDP

As we move towards our final week of the year, it amazing how busy the IB students continue to be.

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This week as well as completing their mock examinations, some of our Year 13s have been preparing for their Oxbridge interviews and are flying out the UK either later this week or early next week. I am sure that you will join us in wishing them the very best of luck. Elsewhere, some of our Year 12s have been getting together to form our Year 12 IB Christmas Choir. Led by students (as part of their CAS project) for students, it warms the very cockles of the soul to see students showing authentic leadership and organization skills, banding together, with minimal staff support to perform publicly in the last week of term. I hear there are even three-part harmonies!

Next week in our final week of term we will look back on all of the very wonderful things that have happened in the IB in this very busy first term. In the meantime, I hope to see many of you at the Christmas fair where I believe I may be getting a pie in the face in support of our fund raising for the upcoming Tanzania Service Learning trips. 

Matt Lennon

Head of IBDP, University Advisor
Assistant Headteacher