Friday 29th November 2019
Another busy week in school with students learning about the slave trade in year 8, sewer systems in The Thames in year 10 and the unsuccesful uprisings in Germany between the wars in GCSE History. Year 11 have been revising in science ready for mock exams next week.
I have taken assembly this week where we have been considering the risks of Youth Generated Sexual Imagery. You can find further information and advice on this important topic on the support pages of our website or Think you know.
Road Safety - a polite request to please take care and note of your speed along Vyne Road and turning in and out of the school in a car. We have had a number of near misses with vehicles turning in and out of school at speed causing concern for local residents and for our students. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Progress reports were issued to all students in years 8, 9 and 11 this week. Do not hesitate to contact your son or daughter’s subject teacher or tutor if you have any questions. At such a vital time we are here to support and provide advice and guidance where possible.
Apprenticeship Awareness Networking Drop In Coffee Morning
Friday 6th December 9am -10am
Want to know more about Apprenticeships in general? Year 9, 10 and 11 parents are cordially invited to come to school between 9 and 10am, where ambassadors from Fujitsu will be available to talk you through apprenticeships. Just drop in!
E-Safety Presentation – Wednesday 11 December - 6-7pm
Technology is moving fast. It is so difficult to keep up with the updates and changes as parents. Together with Hampshire County Council Advisory Service, we are pleased to offer parents and carers a presentation providing clear support and advice on how to approach technology around us. Advice will include understanding and managing social media, gaming and mobile phones. Invitations are going out, get replies in early as places are limited.
Enjoy the weekend.
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