The aim of the competition is to get in on time every day during each of the final four weeks of term. Each student that achieves 100% attendance and zero late marks in any of the four weeks will receive a Prize Draw Ticket: if they achieve 100% attendanceand zero late marks in 1 out of 4 weeks, they receive 1 ticket to the draw; for 2 out of 4 weeks, they receive 2 tickets; for 3 out of 4 weeks, they receive 3 tickets; and for 4 out of 4 weeks, they receive 4 tickets - thus, increasing their chances of winning in the Prize Draw on the last day of term for a tablet device.
Competition Two: 25 March to 5 April (last two weeks of term), multiple prizes to be won in our daily prize draws
The second competition will work the same as our Christmas Advent Competition with Daily Prize Draws and lots of prizes to win including loads of Easter eggs, queue jumps, meals for five at McDonalds and KFC and non-uniform days. To be in with a chance of winning, students must attend every day and on time in order to be entered into any of the Daily Prize Draws.
Follow us on social media to find out who are the daily winners!
Achieving in Year 11: Support & Information
Please visit our Year 11 Support & Information page to download our Parent Support Guide for Year 11 parents with lots of practical information to help you support your child in "the final countdown" to exams. This includes the Summer Exam Timetable and other key dates for Year 11.
Our Year 11 Support & Information page is also the place to visit for details on Revision Guides and holiday Revision Sessions.
A hard copy of the Parent Support Guide will be made available to all Year 11 parents.
Internet Safety: Warning to Parents
(Momo Challenge - viral hoax) Message updated 28 February 2019
You may have heard or read about the supposed Momo Challenge, an alarming set of challenges supposedly circulating on children's social media forums. The latest update in the Guardian reports that the UK Safer Internet Centre has called the claims "fake news".
We would like to remind parents that the worldwide web is not a safe playground and close monitoriing of your child's online activities is strongly advised. Please have a chat with your child about what to do if they see anything worrying on the internet and be vigilant with their IT use.
For further advice regarding online safety, please visit our Keeping Safe page where you will find lots of useful web links. Click here to be taken to the Online Safety section of the NSPCC website.