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Issue No. 248

19 May 2017
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This week Mr Lawrence and I attended the Jack Petchey Award ceremony at the Palace Theatre in Westcliff. The award is highly regarded, particularly by employers. Our winners who received their award this year were Chloe Davey, Megan Twiddy, Bobby Deal, Enya Davies-Collins, Hermoine Lawrence, Maya Cann, Charlotte Davey, Dylan Barton and Niamh Macloughlin. Well done to them all, it was a fantastic event. The examinations have now started in earnest. It is really important for our students to have a good night’s rest beforehand, eat before they leave home and arrive in plenty of time so they don’t panic. It is, as I have said before, a heavily congested examination season this year because of all the exams being at the end of the courses, so it’s even more important for them to follow this basic preparation.

On the BBC website education page there is an informative article called Sleep, Snacks and Support suggesting four ways in which you can support your sons and daughters in preparation for their exams. 

Expect Excellence

Mr M Schofield, Headteacher

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Free School Meals~ Renewal for Free School Meals, that are due to expire at the end of May, must be received before the end of term for eligibility to continue.  If you would like more information on Free School Meals, please contact Mrs J d’Eca on Ext 156.

Mrs d’Eca

 

Mock Court Trial Competition~ Following their recent success at Chelmsford Crown Court last month, this year’s Mock Court Trial Team will be taking part in the Regional Final to be held at Basildon Crown Court, this Saturday. The winning school will qualify to compete in the National Final held in London in June.  The team consists of Year 9 students:

Rosie Young, Noah Gribbon, Eleanor Townsend, Genna Gowreea, Molly Macloughlin, Ellie Hunt, Maya Cann, Niamh Macloughlin, , Ellie Carter, Hermione Lawrence, Elizabeth Mitchell, Christopher Hardy,  Katie Guest and Year 8  Jack Cottham.   Good Luck.

Mrs Sutton

 

Well done~ to our Year 11 students for completing their first GCSE exams in biology and chemistry. The next is physics on Wednesday. Revision will continue after school: we are pleased that so many of you have been making use of these sessions.

Mr Booker, Science Dept

 

PE News

Congratulations to the Junior and Inter girls’ athletics team who took part in the first rounds of the English school athletics last Friday in Chelmsford.  The junior girls missed second place by just 1 point! The inter girls finished 4th. There were some fantastic individual results.

Alayna, Trinity, Enya and Hayley all finished in first place in their respective events. It was a pleasure to see you all compete and training continues for the borough events.

Ms Hawker

Congratulations to Enya Davis Collins Year 9, who has been selected to represent Southend in the 100m athletic competition in Chelmsford on Saturday, 10 June.  Good luck.

Ms Hawker

Girls~ athletics fixture Monday, 22 May at SHSG – Year 7 only.

Ms Hawker  

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