CAFOD Update

We have managed to raise £73 so far for CAFOD – Just £12 more to go for the toilets. Final update will be on Friday

Weekly Sport Update

Well done to our Year 7 football team in their match last week – unfortunately lost the cup in extra time. Player of the Match was Billy Phillips.

Well done to our Year 10 football team who played well in their cup match against QE last week. Good goal from Ryan Holland.

Well done to Year 10A netball team who finished 4th in the Poole and East Dorset Schools Netball Tournament. Player of the match was Ella Ruby.

Sports Presentation

Date for your Diary:

Sports Presentation Evening 2018 to be held on Thursday 26th April at 7pm in the sports hall.  Everyone is welcome to attend this exciting evening where we celebrate sporting contributions and success from the last year.

Dorset Young Chamber

Thank you to Dorset Young Chamber for coming in to talk to staff last week, about the Young Chamber 123 programme. We are excited about this new partnership and we are very grateful to Actisense for the sponsorship.

Old style £10 notes

As you may be aware, old style £10.00 notes are soon to be taken out of circulation.

We ask that you do not send your child into school with any old £10.00 notes after Friday 23rd March, as we will be unable to accept them.

Weather Update

Dear Parents and Carers,

Due to the forecast being so cold this week, please can you send your child into school with the appropriate warm clothing to be worn outdoors during break time and lunch time.

Should we need to close the school due to unforeseen circumstances, we will endeavour to contact you via text in the first instance.   We will also update the school’s website.


Year 10 Mock Interviews

Poole Rotary members have been in school this week to give Year 10 students the opportunity to prepare for and experience a mock interview.

Students have prepared their CV and personal statement during their English lessons and have had to face an unknown business person to answer those tricky questions that might be thrown at them in future interviews.

We have been working with the Rotary for many years now, as part of the ongoing careers work we do. This is a valuable experience which we could not offer without the support of their volunteers, who are experienced in offering students advice about making future applications

We would like to thank Poole Rotary for their continued support.

House of Maths

Year 7 students have been visited this week by House of Maths to get involved in some fun maths activities on probability, geometry and Euler’s Formula. Thank you Barney for an excellent morning.