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Message from our Deputy Head of Secondary

It’s the first full week of term and it is great to see secondary students fully engaged with the learning in the classrooms.

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Year 11 and Year 13 students have had their feedback from their Mock Exams and are fully aware of how little time is left until their final exams. They are focused on what they need to do to ensure they get the best possible grade in May. Expectations of Year 11 and Year 13 are high and they will have to work jolly hard, but their teachers are there to support them through this last critical term. Meanwhile it was the turn of Year 12 and Pre-IB to have their mid-year exams this week – the first taste of formal exams in their courses.

There is also lots going on outside the classroom. This weekend a large group of Key Stage 3 students head off for their Snow Sports Trip to Switzerland and the following week the Year 10's head out on their Tanzania Expedition. Nearer to home, there are also a number of day trips in Warsaw coming up for various year groups, including a theatre trip, a trip to the national bank and a cinema trip. Please help the organisation of trips by signing and returning permission slips promptly. There is lots of learning to be done – both inside and outside the classroom

Louis Bezodis

Deputy Head, Secondary