Year 7 P2 Assessments During this half term your son/daughter will be sitting their periodic 2 (P2) assessments. These assessments allow us to measure the progress your son/daughter has made since the P1 assessments in December. The assessment window is Monday 13th May-Friday 28th May 2019.
UPDATE Year 10 boys football reaching a regional cup quarter-final and also in the Villa Cup Final at Villa Park, 22 MAY 2019 not as printed in newsletter as 22 April.
I am writing to you to remind you that Year 9 Students will be sitting the Transition 2 assessments in the assessment window between Monday 13th and Friday 24th May. These assessments allow us to measure the progress your son/daughter has made since the Transition 1 assessments from the last academic year.
I am writing to you to inform you that the Year 10 Mock period will run between Monday13th May and Wednesday 19th June. Students studying Food Technology will have their actual Public GCSE on Tuesday 18th June
Telephone: 0121 441 6103 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sports Centre/Hire Facilities can now accept payment for bookings by card payment.)
Please take the time to read this important collaborative knife crime letter. There is important web-links and telephone numbers.
Battle of the Bands
Press Statement: CCRS Twenty-Five Years On: Forming today’s Catholics is a pressing issue for the Church. A new report CCRS Twenty-Five Years On: One Size Fits All? takes up this question and shows that one of the main vehicles over the last 25 years called the Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS) has made a huge impact on peoples’ personal, spiritual and professional lives.
We are reaffirming our commitment to the high street by making a promise that every town and city that has a Nationwide branch today, will still have one in two years. Why are we doing this? Because it’s the right thing to do - branches have an important role to play in the community. In her poem, ‘High Street Romance', Hannah Swingler talks about the commitment over the years with her childhood sweetheart.
Students aged 15 to 18 are invited to write an article or make a video report that informs and raises important issues on the topic: ‘The Challenge of Climate Change’. The competition encourages students to use their journalistic writing and mobile skills to look at a topical issue that is relevant to society today and resonates with Catholic Social Teaching.