Headteacher’s Blog

  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 18th April 2019

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 18th April 2019

    Good afternoon and welcome back. When I decided on the dates of this school year over 18 months ago, I did so to keep aligned with the dates proposed by …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 29th March 2019

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 29th March 2019

    Good evening Believe it or not, I am beginning my weekly ‘report’ on Thursday evening.  And what a glorious Thursday evening it is too!  I’m hoping to get a couple …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 22.03.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 22.03.19

    Good morning. I really will have to be brief this week, as I’m about to start our weekly SLT meeting, then meet and greet candidates for a Science post, pop …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 15.03.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 15.03.19

    Good morning. As I began my journey to work this morning, I heard the tragic news breaking from Christchurch in New Zealand; the horrific and senseless murder of 40 innocent …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 08.03.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 08.03.19

    Good morning It’s going to be a bit frantic today so I’m making an early start on the old bulletin.  We have a weekly SLT meeting at 7.30 (it’s now …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 01.03.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 01.03.19

    Good afternoon. I am not ordinarily the bitter and twisted type but we are officially not celebrating St David’s day today following England’s defeat in Cardiff last Sunday.  Apologies Mrs …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 22.02.19

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 22.02.19

    Good morning. And yes, it is morning and we are nearing the end of the first session (Years 10-13) of this year’s Sponsored Walk.  I must say the students and …
  • 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 …