From the Head of Primary, Mrs. Rachel Perkins

Dear Parent,

It was delightful to welcome all the children and staff back this week from the half term holiday, everyone looked well rested and full of energy for the rest of the term.

This term will be very busy with the Year 6 residential, Book Week, Science Day and many other fun learning activities. Today we enjoyed a thrilling and frightening Halloween Day and many thanks goes to the Student Council for organising the fun and quite scary activities at break and lunch time. All the funds raised are going to local charities so as well as having lots of fun, the children were learning to support others less fortunate as themselves.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend and I look forward to seeing you all on Monday for Book Week.

With best wishes

Rachel

From the Head of Secondary, Mr. Brian Irving

Dear Parents,

I am very conscious of telling you in each newsletter what a busy school we are, but it’s true! This week our Year 10s have left Bangkok on their Outdoor Education adventure, plans for our spectacular Loy Krathong celebration are going well, and Year 11 Business Studies students have visited the Thai Labour Museum.

Time passes quickly when you are busy and having fun…is it nearly Movember (sic) already?

Have a learning filled fortnight!

Brian