Friday 19th July 2019
I think it would be fair to say that at The Vyne we most definitely have not been winding down for the Summer. Enrichment week. This week has seen students completing the 5K Race for Life, taking part in the Festival of Sports, carrying out Archaeology, building roller coasters, learning Italian and German, solving team building challenges and creating a school newspaper - wow!
We also had our Awards celebration for Years 7 to 10 and I was so proud of the achievements of students and enjoyed sharing this event with the students and their families. I was particularly impressed with a student in year 10 who achieved 100% attendance all the way through from Year 7 - well done Toby.
As we get close to the end of term, I would like to thank The Vyne community, students, their families and the staff for welcoming me into this lovely school, I am very excited about September and everything we have planned.
We have a number of staff moving on at the end of this year. This is always a sad time and we wish them all the best for the future. However, we have made some outstanding appointments and we are again, fully staffed this year. A full list of staff arriving and leaving is as follows:
Mr S Coomber - Head of Year 10 and Computing
Mrs R Costambeys - Humanities
Mr J Crees - Head of Year 8 and Humanities
Miss O Pazos-Gonzalez - MFL
Miss M Roberts - Cover Supervisor
Mrs R Shonk - Humanities
Mrs S Allcorn - Cover Supervisor
Miss P Boyd - Science
Mr G Coyden - Geography
Mrs K Daish - Subject Leader Geography
Mrs G Dimond - Learning Support Assistant
Mrs S Ghahari - Learning Support Assistant
Miss H Lyon - English
Mr K Peebles - Assistant Headteacher and Computing (Head of Year 11)
Miss A Woodward - History
Mr W Yates - Design & Technology
Mrs K Cunio - Head of Year 9 (from September)
We would also like to pass on our good wishes to Miss L Buckland who will be getting married over the Summer, returning to school in September as Mrs Guzzi and to Miss N Jamieson who had a baby girl last week and is now on maternity leave. - fantastic news, congratulations to you both!
Next week will be non school uniform for all on Monday and Tuesday and remember we finish early at 12.15 on Tuesday.
Have a fantastic summer!
School Calendar information can be found at the end of this eNews and please open the link for "Dates to Remember" for 2019/20.
Awards Evening - Mr Eddie
It was a genuine pleasure to welcome students, parents, staff and honoured guests to our annual Awards Evening. Our guest speaker was Paul O'Shaunessy, Director of Defence at Fujitsu who spoke about inspiring excellence and the importance of resilience. Subject Awards were presented to students by Mrs Pearce and Effort and Teamwork Awards were presented by Heads of Year. Tasha C provided an outstanding interlude with her singing and particular thanks for organising the evening goes to Mrs Green, Mrs Holmes and the Site Team.
On Tuesday we took 80 Year 7's and 8's on a trip to Blenheim Palace to watch Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in a pop up globe theatre. It was a lovely day in the sunshine and the students thoroughly enjoyed the play, especially when the actors jumped into the audience and used them to hide behind! The students were impeccably behaved and a teacher from another school even commented on how our students were much better behaved than theirs. It was a wonderful way to experience Shakespeare in all its glory.
Race for Life
Thank you for all your support and donations for our Race for Life event on Monday. It is an event that both the students and staff look forward to at the end of a very busy year and I am delighted to say we raised 557 so thank you so much to all those who donated.
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