|Year 13 Revision Timetable November 2020|
|Pre School/Reg||8.15 Maths S7 Miss Erkison|
|P1||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain||Maths S7 Miss Erkison|
|P2||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain|
|P3||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain|
|P4||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain|
|Lunch||Biology S3 Mr Neil||Physics S3 Mrs Lynch|
Sociology A*/A group S8 Mrs Bagshaw
|P6||Media Mini Tom Mr McBain|
Geography T8 Miss Doherty/Mrs Stewart Physics S3 Mrs Lynch
|French S8 Miss Marshall||
Psychology S6 Miss Booth / Sociology S8 Mrs Bagshaw All / Chemistry S7 Mr Middleton
H&S T5 Miss Robson Single: 25th Sept Dipolma: 2nd October Alternative Weeks from there
Following the elections we can now present our full School Council who will be coordinating efforts to represent the school and their peers in the coming year. Well done to our new Head Students from our Sixth Form: Kyle Hutchinson and Emily Peacock.
The other members of the council are as follows: Representing Year 7: Sophie Deighton, Ava Conn, Katie Campbell, Moraya Oladipo, Canis Richardson, Jamie Catcheside, Isaac Woodland. Representing Year 8: Skye Abbott. Representing Year 9: Sam Nightingale, Michael McDade, Lewis McCabe. Representing Year 10: Ben Anderson and Yasmin Tanner. Finally, representing Year 11 and acting as Deputy Head student: Sam Scott. Good luck to you all!
We are delighted that more students than ever will be taking part in our OxNet programme this year. Five Year 12 students will take part in special lectures and study retreats as part of the project, culminating in a special summer school at Oxford University itself! Well done to: Alice Ward, Chloe Todd, Joseph Gonzalez, Christopher Watson and Matthew Alcock.
Sixth Form Language students attended a virtual lecture on the film ‘La Haine‘ which they study at A level. The lecture was organised by the BFI, looking at key themes and filming techniques. Language students are also writing letters to send to the residents of a care home in Canada who can’t see relatives / don’t have any relatives to see this Christmas. We’re really hopeful we might get some letters back so watch this space!
Tuesday 1st December marked the start of Christmas in Sixth Form. As part of the celebrations we have created a Sixth Form Advent Calendar and each day the window opens revealing a treat for students. So far this week they have enjoyed chocolates in form time, an extended break, hot chocolate and a yule log as well as a game of Christmas bingo! More windows will be opened next week!
Developments in the newest part of Sixth Form took another step closer to completion. The scaffolding that has surrounded Southmoor House finally came down and we got a first look at the building’s new visage. As you can see from the before and after picture, it’s quite a transformation! We are delighted to see the external features of the building looking so refreshed. Watch this space for more information soon.