We are currently open to as many pupils as possible ensuring we can safely maintain social distancing to keep everyone as safe as possible. if you have any questions please check our 'Information for parents' section above for latest updates or contact your child's 'bubble lead' on:-
Bubble A - Mrs. H. Gorman – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bubble B – Mr. M. Gorman – email@example.com
Bubble C - Mrs. E. Anderson - firstname.lastname@example.org
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It's the start of a new year; let's begin as we mean to go on!
Full attendance and trying our best, don’t forget ‘If I Try I Can ‘#proud
To contact Miss McIntosh please email: email@example.com
Our topic for this term is integrated computing and we will be doing exactly that; integrating computing and computational thinking into the whole curriculum.
We believe in giving the boys responsibility and we have decided, as a class, for homework to be available for them to take home during the week and is expected back every Friday. As the class are majority KS3, our expectation is that pupils will read at home to an adult and get their reading diary signed at least 3 times per week.
It is important that the children complete all the homework tasks given as it will help them to reach their full potential. If you are unsure how to help your child complete their homework please contact Miss McIntosh at school.
The famous author George R. R Martin wrote: “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, The man who never reads lives only one.”
Reading is an exciting way to escape the world around us and as a school we encourage our pupils to read for pleasure at every opportunity.
Let me know what you are reading at home!
I am currently reading 'The Handmaid's Tale' by Margaret Atwood, which The Guardian describes as 'a chilling tale of a concubine in an oppressive future America.'