Mr. Hudson writes...
It has been a truly impressive start to the year from Year 10. The vast majority of students have started their GCSEs in a positive frame of mind. The students have reported really enjoying the new challenge and teachers have been equally impressed by the students’ enthusiasm.
The Year 10 boy’s football team were unlucky to lose to a very strong Petchey Academy team in the cup. Despite losing for the majority of the game, the students continued to encourage each other and did not let their heads drop.
The camaraderie and teamwork demonstrated by our students was inspirational to witness.
There is a huge amount going on at school outside of the classroom at present. A number of students have been part of this week’s school show ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ which has been a huge success.
The “Beyond Race’ Cultural Showcase that was held the week before half term was also a huge success. The following students deserve real credit for their participation:
The Prime Agency delivered a presentation and workshop to all of Year 10 on Monday 29th October. The assembly explored mental health, the causes of mental health problems (stress at school, relationships etc.) and the importance of the four British values (the rule of law, democracy, individual liberty and respect and tolerance). The presentation was well received by Year 10, who asked some excellent questions in the follow up workshop.
The following students deserve recognition for their exceptional start to the year. All of them have more than 65 commendations: