Thanks to our journalists who worked on this.
Credit to them as they managed to get this done in a very short space of time.
It's not about assessments! Our year 11 food prep and nutrition students practised their skills in a burger bake-off. The end results looked very professional!
Kim and Louise in the library organised a reading challenge. It was very popular and it attracted quite a lot of interest.
Well done to the participants and winners!
This is annual event when we all get together and fundraise for ‘Brain Tumour Research’.
Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer. Every penny counts at the time of Research and Cure.
We have pupils and staff in our school who have gone through this devastating illness and therefore we wanted to show our support by wearing hats today. It was great fun to see everyone showing off their headgear, including some lovely homemade ones!
Pupils and staff gave a donation today but if you would like to support this further please donate using the link below.
We are exploring the possibility of setting up a bereavement support group for children.
Please click on the link below to find out more information and express an interest.
Please note that by opening the link or completing the form you are not making any commitment.
We have published our year 9 options' information on our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Today is #Saferinternetday. Our school is working with the RGP and other agencies to promote a safe use of the internet.
We believe that the internet and technology are positive things in our lives. However, we need to be careful and think about how we use them.
I’ve attached a pamphlet which highlights some of the positives of the internet and explains some of the things we need to be mindful about.
I have attached four videos from three of our teachers and one from a colleague in Westside. These teachers enjoy gaming and in these videos they share their experiences. I think you’ll enjoy watching them play and listen to what they say.
Have a good week and keep safe.
The exam boards are conducting a consultation process on the proposals for GCSEs, AS and A Levels in June 2021.
You can see these proposals and are able to give feedback via the link at the bottom of this post.
A quick summary of the main proposals for:
GCSEs, AS and A Levels
The consultations close on 29 January 2021 and we encourage teachers, students and parents to give feedback on the GCSE/A Level
Please refer to the Government’s press release which explains when schools will be open and the principles for learning.
The Contingency Learning Guidelines can be read at the following link https://docs.google.com/document/d/1F51VIyi_-vZhcxrmxWottB0amulszmv3Pko-VcLcKtE/edit
In Bayside your children will be set work by their class teachers via Google Classroom as from Monday 11th January. This applies to ALL year groups, not just our examination classes.
Any other enquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be providing any further updates via our website and Twitter.