|Mr Rayer's Words Lent 1|
|Welcome back to the Lent Term, Storm Eleanor has ensured a wet and windy start and I remind the boys that they need to be prepared for the changeable weather of this term (football boots and trainers for example).
|FROM THE OFFICE|
|Roadworks Near Senior Boys |
Beginning Monday 8 January, South East Water will be carrying out work on several roads near Senior Boys. The first phase (until 18 February) will include traffic lights on Ray Mead Road and Ray Park Road. Delays are likely and access restricted. We will keep you updated. Detailed map available here.
Applications for the 2018 scholarships for pupils in Years 7, 8, 9 and 12, close next Friday 12 January. More details on our website. Scholarships are available to current and new pupils so please tell your friends.
Our New Campus
You will no doubt have seen in this week’s press and on our website that the planning application for our new campus was submitted at the very end of last year. We will of course share more information with you over the coming weeks and months, but in the meantime click on the news article below and visit the website pages for the latest details.
Note from School Nurse
If your son is away with sickness & diarrhoea – the rule is to keep him at home for 48 hours after the last bout of illness.
Harry Bennett in Year 9 passed Grade 8 Saxophone with Distinction.
Oliver Walker in Year 10 passed Grade 5 Drums.
Burns Night Supper
Saturday 27 January 2018 – In Aid of the Tours Club. A great evening, full information has been distributed via boy post and email - book your tickets now via http://goo.gl/forms/rMqfNhPXnS .
Linguist of the Week
From the last week in December
Spanish - Year 8 - Ayshmit Sethi and Year 11 – Rhys Haywood.