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  • Weekly Round-up 25/05/18

    Published 25/05/18

    THIS WEEK

    Here we are at the end of the fifth half term and another busy week.

    Here are the highlights:

    Year 10 are in Berlin with Mrs James, and a "returning for three days only" Miss Hannam!  Looking on the app that tracks their movements I think they are in Potzdamer Platz at the time of writing this update.

    Well done to Year 11 for the effort that most have put into their exams this week, having a Year 11 daughter I know just how tired you will be with revision and the exams.  Keep up the hard work over the holidays.

    It is always good to hear positive comments about YHS students.  14 Year 10 students visited York St Johns and we received the following comment.  “Your students were excellently behaved and engaged and interested, they really got involved and were a credit to your school.”

    Looking to the future - we are seeking to improve behaviour in particular low level disruption.  I would be very interested to hear from parents/students and ex students about how big an issue low level disruption was/is for them.  Please message me your thoughts.

    Year 9’s who are going to Barcelona don’t wish your half term away.

    Finally have a great holiday and stay safe

    Rod Sims

     

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  • Weekly Round-up 11/05/18

    Published 11/05/18

    THIS WEEK:

    I would like to start by saying sorry for missing last week, but it was for a good reason - I was at another school interviewing English teachers.

    Recruitment has formed a massive part of our plans for next year and we have assembled a youthful and talented team for next year.  Conventional recruitment does not always get a large field in the current educational climate and we have used many interesting and new methods to get the best teachers in front of our students for next year.

    Now, on to what has been happening - and what a busy couple of weeks we have had . . . . . .

    Last week some of the Year 9 students visited Kingswood for a character building residential with Mrs Callan and Mr Langley