Entries by Mark Pedrasa

Half-Term Rewards Review – Whitmore Autumn

Dear all,

We would like to take this opportunity at the end of the Autumn Term to talk to you about Whitmore’s achievements since September.

To celebrate the end of this term, a variety of different achievements and rewards were given out in House Assembly as congratulations to individuals and tutor groups showing high levels of effort and hard work…

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Warren House Newsletter Christmas 2018

Good afternoon,

Term one seems to have passed by very quickly this year and it is once more time for the annual Warren Christmas Newsletter.

Tutor groups have been competing to win the much coveted inter-tutor cup which is up for grabs at the end of each term.  Champions this term are Miss Levine’s tutor group who have scored a record breaking 61 points!  Tutees celebrated with an afternoon tea of cakes and juice during Tuesday’s pm registration.  Challenges included musical chairs, hula hooping, the great Christmas quiz and the basketball shoot out, to name but a few; a massive well done to all who took part.

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Bruyn House Rewards Update December 2018

Attendance

Congratulations to all the Bruyn students who have achieved excellent attendance this term. All of our tutor groups have attendance levels that are good or better and Bruyn House remains in the top place when it comes to overall attendance. Each tutor group’s attendance is detailed below and this term Mrs Sandhu’s group are the winners with a grand total of 97.63% overall attendance. Well done to all.

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Rokell House Rewards Update December 2018

Dear All,

We would like to take this opportunity at the end of the Autumn Term to talk to you about Rokell’s achievements since September.

This term has been a very busy one, but you have all worked exceptionally hard and achieved high. To summarise briefly, this term alone 72 Rokell students have achieved 100% attendance, 130 have received 10 or more positive SIMS, 184 have 0 late marks and 89 have 0 negatives SIMS.

To celebrate the end of this term, a variety of different achievements and rewards were given out in House Assembly as congratulations to individuals and tutor groups showing such high levels of effort and hard work…

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Reminder – Early Closure – Open Evening 13/09/18

Please be aware that the school will be closing early at 1.20pm on THURSDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER 2018 in preparation for the school’s Open Evening.

I should be grateful if you would amend your diaries accordingly.

Thank you to those of you who have already agreed to support the evening. Please ensure that your reply slips/email responses are returned as soon as possible to ensure that we have accurate numbers and are able to provide refreshments for your child.

Yours sincerely,

Simon Bell
Headteacher

Bruyn House Newsletter July 2018

Bruyn Achievements so far this year

Attendance

So far this year our students have shown outstanding attendance. Some of the highest figures recorded in fact. What this demonstrates is a willingness to achieve and succeed. Our team of tutors hold regular attendance conversations with all of our students and will always praise the high achievers. See below the figures so far.

Congratulations to Miss Bull for achieving the highest average for attendance across the whole house.

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Mini World Cup Tournament 2018

In July 2018, as part of the Learning through Sport Program, the William Edwards Year 9 Learning through Sport students planned, organised and ran a Mini World Cup Tournament event for a group of students from Chadwell St Mary Primary School.

The Yr 9 students worked extremely hard to plan the event from the initial conceptual stage all the way through to the delivery and evaluation stage. They completed session plans, equipment lists, scoresheets, job lists and risk assessments as well as independently producing a presentation and letters for the younger students. They showed a fantastic range of organisation, leadership and coaching skills which allowed the younger students to experience a great morning at William Edwards. The students from Chadwell showed amazing energy and enthusiasm on a very hot day and gave 100% effort to all parts of the event.

Congratulations to all students involved!