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So many good things to celebrate!

The end of the half term has given us much to celebrate.

Half terms pass in the blink of an eye, and here we are already at the end of May, and returning in June. One of the great reasons that our school terms go so quickly is how busy we are as a school, which in turn means there are so many great things to celebrate. Here are just two examples from the last 24 hours.

South Asian Celebration - Friday lunchtime

I am incredibly proud of the ways we celebrate the many diversities of our school population, both staff and students. Today at lunch, our students raised funds for the South Asian Health Foundation by preparing and serving food and drinks. The food was absolutely delicious, and in addition the students raised over £370 for this excellent cause.

Year 7 Cricket Winners – Thursday night

I very much enjoyed my start to the day yesterday morning, playing cricket with our talented Year 7 cricketers before school. I can report that although I didn't get out when I batted, I might be nursing the odd bruise from the extreme pace of their bowling. 

After school last night, this Year 7 squad went on to play in the London Borough of Sutton ‘Super Sixes’ tournament. They moved through the group stages with ease, before being bowled out for a disappointing total of 18 runs in the final. However, they came back strongly, going on to bowl out the opposition in a nail-biting victory. Congratulations to Anjishnu, Azaan, Kamal, Sajgin, Sam, Shaurya, Shravan and Shivansh.

Students of the term

As ever, congratulations to these students that have embodied all the values of our school. Their hard work and endeavours have seen them achieve well and we are very proud of their achievements. Well done.

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Sixth Form










School reports - advance notice

Over the last half term we have changed our ‘management information system’. This rather clunky term describes the school database that holds all of our contact information, as well as data on students’ academic achievement and their school reports. We will keep access to school reports on our Frog Parent Portal, however some features will move to a new app called ‘My Child at School’ or MCAS. We will share instructions on how to access MCAS when we return next half term.

So I wish all of our students a restful break. Our Year 11 and Year 13 students have been doing sterling work in their public exams and I wish them all the best with the second half of their GCSEs and A Levels after the break.

See you all back at school in June.

Mr N House, Headteacher