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Message from the Head – Week 39

Week 39 – 21 July 2023

Upcoming Events

  • Thursday 24th August – GCSE Results Day, 9am
  • Monday 4th September – Training Day
  • Tuesday 5th September – Year 7 pupils only
  • Wednesday 6th September – Years 8-11 return. Year 7 arrive by 8.40am and Years 8-11 arrive at 9am and go straight to tutor groups.

What a fantastic week to end the year on!

School of the Year 2023?

We are proud to have been shortlisted for the York Community Pride Awards, School of the Year 2023!

The awards ceremony will take place at York Racecourse on Thursday 28th September. We will be keeping our fingers crossed!

Flamingo Land

Rain didn’t stop play at Flamingo Land. It’s always a great trip for pupils to end the year on and this year was no different.


Well done to all pupils who have received awards today in assembly, especially pupils who have earned their gold 100% attendance badges. This is a real achievement to be celebrated.

Big congratulations to Ignis who reclaim the House Cup from Aqua! Well done Mrs Crotty and all Ignis pupils.

Community Cupboard

A reminder that the community cupboard is open on Friday 4th August and Thursday 24th August if you would like any items. Please pre-order a bag through Karen Tattersfield.

Uniform and jewellery reminder

Please ensure that all pupils return for the new term in full school uniform. This includes plain black footwear and no leggings. Further details can be found on the school website.

We will look forward to seeing Year 11 pupils collect their results on the 24th.

Have a great summer and we will see you in September.

PE Fundraiser

On Monday this week, students spent one hour of their day, taking part in some fun sports activities. The event was to support Cain North in his battle against cancer. A big thank you to York Knights for the running of the event.

Here is the link to Cain’s just giving page if you are able to support.

Year 7 SparxMaths

Since we started on the 1st March, 21 weeks ago, Year 7 Maths pupils have completed over 106000 correct questions over 1100 hours of learning Maths and 58 students have improved their timetables.

Special mention to:

  • Tiana McGreavy with over 28000 points
  • Peyton Gore-Jones with over 17700 points
  • Ryan Read with over 15600 points
  • Lily Elliot with over 15200 points

Congratulations Y7, what an amazing effort.

– Mr Byrne

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