Headteacher’s Blog

  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 08.02.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 08.02.19

    Good afternoon. Well, there we are, another half-term nailed!  Five and a half weeks, four parents’ evenings, a Year 9 options evening, countless extra lessons for GCSE and A level …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 01.02.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 01.02.19

    Good afternoon. Firstly, my apologies for the school closure on Wednesday; I do hope parents weren’t overly inconvenienced.  There has been much talk on the radio this week about how …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 25.01.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 25.01.19

    Good afternoon. What a day!  I’ve had a few busy ones in my time but it has been particularly frantic today.  I must say, however, that it has been the …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 18.01.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 18.01.19

    Good afternoon. I know I’m prone to saying this but I really will be brief this evening.  Principally because I’ve been out for what turned out to be five hours …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 11.01.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 11.01.19

    Good afternoon. Well, didn’t that week just fly by?! Christmas? What Christmas? Easter eggs will be in the shops soon! In all seriousness, it has absolutely been full-steam ahead in …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 04.01.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 04.01.19

    Good afternoon. Happy New Year and welcome back!  I trust that you all indulged suitably over the festive period?  I wonder how many of you are doing ‘dry’ January or …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 20.12.18

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 20.12.18

    Good afternoon. This is going to be the shortest Headteacher’s bulletin on record as it is now 13.30, so the term finished over an hour ago, and I’m due to …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 14.12.18

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 14.12.18

    Good afternoon. First of all, my apologies again for any inconvenience caused by the school closure on Wednesday.  Although I deliberated to a degree on Wednesday morning due to the …