Friday 22nd September 2017

Our Whole School Assembly this week was on the theme of ‘Changes’.   The musical items was a beautiful harp solo by Hannah Griffiths, Year 13.

Our readers this week were Anya Davies, Shannon Samuels and Georgia Considine all from Year 11.  Well done everyone, the messages came over loud and clear.

We eagerly await the Inspectors’ visit next week. Just a quick reminder – parents are invited to a meeting with the Reporting Inspector, Mr. Steven Pringle, on Monday 25th September at 5pm in the School Hall.

We would encourage all parents to attend, and the meeting should last about one hour.  Please note, however, that students are not allowed to be present at the event.

We have just received our new prospectus and this will be delivered to our local Year 6 students in the next few days.

Our Open Evening is at 6.30pm on Thursday 5th October and the Open Morning is on Friday 6th.  Both events promise to be very busy as in previous years.

Tours on the Open Morning will take place at 9.30am and 11am.  Please contact the school in advance to book onto one of these sessions.

Last weekend Mrs. Molloy, together with Sadie Butler, Eleanor Walters, Melissa Holden and Cara Jones worked backstage in the Cookery Threatre Kitchen with ‘Star Baker’ Jo Wheatley who is a previous winner of the Great British Bake Off, at the Mold Food Festival.  Other celebrity chefs at the event included Jean-Cristophe Novelli and Graham Tinsley.

There has been lots of football news this week. Year 7 played Argoed High School and won 5-2, Year 8 played Darland and lost 5-0, Year 10 played Flint High School and won 1-0 and Year 11 unfortunately lost on penalties to Hawarden High School.

Well done to all players.  It is great to see so many students involved, who are both eager to keep fit and are passionate about sport.