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Calling all year 5's and 6's. Come and join us for our Open Evening - Thursday 27th September 2018 6.30-8.30pm @Temple_Sutton @GreenwaysPri @hamsteljuniors Porters and Bournemouth Park pic.twitter.com/4ZVwgBFCAA

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We have had a long summer term, but the end is in sight and I would like to thank you for your continued support. 

To celebrate the end of the school year, the students requested a non-uniform day and expressed a wish to support our local homeless charity by ‘paying’ for the privilege of not wearing their uniform, with the donation of a packaged or tinned food item, rather than with money.
 
As is customary, the school will be closing early on Friday 20 July 2018, in readiness for the summer break. Students will be released from 1:00pm onwards.
 

The new school term begins for students on Thursday 06 September 2018. As we will have a large Year 7, they will come in earlier than the rest of the school, to allow them time to settle in; Year 7 students will therefore arrive at 9:00am and members of the Student Leadership Team will be invited in to support. All other years will return at 11:00am.

Stuart Reynolds
Headteacher

 

Year 11 Raising Attainment Evening – Parental Feedback

“The Year 11 Raising Attainment Evening was excellent – 5 out of 5!” 
“My child is really confident that they will achieve their target grades in their PPEs” 
“I would definitely recommend this school to another parent”


DfE Feedback

Recently, we were visited by John Hopper and Chris Flynn from the DfE who wanted to delve a little deeper into the dramatic improvements shown in English, in the hope that strategies could be put to good use elsewhere. When taking the time to thank us for the hospitality shown they said, “We were very impressed with what we saw and the impressive improvements you have made in English over the last few years, through your structured approach. Your students were clearly focused and getting a lot out of your teaching. We will be sharing the positive impressions with colleagues in the department.”