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Headteacher’s notice – 8 November 2019

I do hope that this notice finds you all well and ready to brave the increasingly cold weather. It would seem that winter is well and truly upon us. With that in mind I would be grateful if all parents/carers would impress upon their children the wisdom of wearing a coat, gloves, scarf and a hat at this time of the year. Continue reading …

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Headteacher’s notice – 18 October 2019

Hello, can you believe where the last seven weeks have gone? They seem to have passed us by in the blink of an eye. This seems all the more real when I stand still long enough to think about our Year 13 students, some of whom have already started to receive their initial round of offers from UCAS re their university choices. Continue reading …

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Headteacher’s notice – 4 October 2019

I am sure you share our awareness that the dark mornings and evenings are starting to draw in and that there is a real autumnal feel to the air. As the weather is starting to become cold it is advisable that children wear appropriate coats and warming clothing when travelling to school, especially if travelling by bus or walking. Continue reading …

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Headteacher’s notice – 20 September 2019

As we are nearing the end of September, our first month back in school, as a Catholic school we reflect on the fact that this month is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows. This may seem a rather despondent title to afford someone but in actual fact it is one filled with hope. It asks us to reflect upon those in our lives who provide us with comfort, understanding, wisdom and guidance when we need it most. Continue reading …

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End of year letter – 18 July 2019

Dear Parent/Carer, As a school community, this year has again been engaging, interesting and productive for our school. Our academic year began when we gathered as a staff body to commence our new year together by offering mass for our communal intentions. Our students did Continue reading …

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Headteacher’s notice – 18 July 2019

Hello, I would like to start this final edition of More News by thanking you as Parents/Carers for your continued support and encouragement. Any job undertaken is always easiest achieved and completed when there is team work. This is certainly the case when we consider the care, support, time and effort communally given by us all to the well being of our children.

We have had a truly exciting and enjoyable end of school year here. I hope that as many of you as our school would fit were able to attend this year’s whole school production of the Wizard of OZ. A truly exceptional performance on each of the three nights – we were well and truly transported to Oz along the yellow brick road and were more than happy to do so – particularly when led by our two adorable Totos – Bella the main star and Ella her understudy. Continue reading …

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Headteacher’s notice – 28 June 2019

Hello, I hope you are all well and enjoying the glorious sunshine – a welcome change after all that rain. In true biblical fashion, I pondered the need to build an ark and transferring our students from this building to it!

As is always the case in any school we have had a busy time since the last edition. I was lucky enough to be asked to attend Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School which was celebrated by His Grace, Archbishop Bernard. I was so pleased to be able to do so and thoroughly enjoyed my time with staff, parents/carers, governors and most importantly of all the students from Holy Trinity. Continue reading …

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Headteacher’s notice – 14 June 2019

Hello, as you receive this next edition we will be half way through the month of June and moving swiftly towards the end of this academic year – can you believe it?

If you have been into school you will have noticed that the liturgical focus for this month has changed. During the month of June the church focuses on the Sacred Heart of Jesus. This period of dedication helps us to reflect on the sacrifice made by Jesus on our behalf and also reminds us that we too are called to be compassionate, caring and considerate of others in all we do. Continue reading …