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Message from the Acting Head of Primary

What can I say about the STEAM festival? It’s hard to describe such an amazing event in a few short words...but I will try!

Steam Festival Challenge Day 4

This week saw Y6-8 students coming together from our schools around the world, such a huge mix of cultures and background, a truly international community. These students, alongside our own, were true ambassadors for their schools and flew the NA flag, proudly. 

Each task presented was greeted with enthusiasm, collaboration, innovation, compassion and hard work. The students demonstrated themselves to be the true engineers, thinkers and leaders of tomorrow. 

All of this would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of Mr McCammon and the STEAM team, led across the primary and secondary by Ms Hoyland, Mr Alderton and Mr Langan.

A huge thank you must also be shared with our STEAM enthusiasts in the primary: Mrs Street, Mr Parkinson, Mr F-T, Mr Guyler, Mr Cowper, Mr Barham and Mr Robinson. All of whom led and supported the incredible student workshops over the course of the festival.

And lastly, but certainly not least,  thank you to our admin and logistics team led by Mr Epsztein, who have been working behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of the festival.

Everyone will be welcoming this weekend of rest and reflecting on the many, many happy memories made over the course of this week.

Best wishes,

Tenneille Alderton 

Acting Head of Primary