|Mr Rayer's Words Summer 3|
|I hope all enjoyed the long weekend although the weather did prove to be a typical May Bank Holiday. The Year 7 requests in their Magna Carta’s included a four day week !
Year 8 had a pleasant trip to the Neasden Temple and were...|
|FROM THE OFFICE|
|Year 11 Final Assembly – Friday 12 May|
All our Year 11 boys and parents are invited to the Senior Boys Final Assembly. Pimm’s and savouries available from 5.00pm with pupil and staff presentations starting at 5.30pm A great evening, not to be missed.
We have an assortment of valuable items in the office found property box, including a small ipod, a wallet containing cash, a selection of wristwatches and many sets of small earphones. Please come to the office if you have lost anything – we would love to return these items to their owners. Uncollected items will be donated to charity at half term.
Half Term Holiday Club
Tuesday 30 May to Friday 2 June – Available to book online now firstname.lastname@example.org
|PTA & OTHER NEWS|
Summer Festival – Saturday 24 June 2017
‘BETTER ALL TOGETHER’
Are there any individual entrepreneurs out there? Would you like to take a stall at the summer fete this year? The PTA’s key aspect this year is the bustling Summer Market so if you have a venture already underway and would like the opportunity to promote your product please complete the form or contact: email@example.com
It’s Back – Word of the Week
'surreptitiously' An adverb coming from the adjective, surreptitious, meaning to do something or obtain something in a secretive or stealthy manner
Scientist of the Week
Fehmeel Hussain for his excellent revision across all three sciences and Alex Collison Hough for the excellent work he has done in chemistry lessons this week.
Reader of the Week
George Miller – 7B & Travis Allan – 8C
Mathematicians of the Week
Year 7 – Matthew Creaser, Year 8 – Govind Basra, Year 9 – George Keylock, Year 10 – Oliver Hall and Year 11 – Sebastian Tong.
24 June - B7 DT Micromouse B’ham