Last week two events reflected completely the journey our students - your children - take through school. Mr Dunn told you about our Open Evening in last week’s newsletter and we hope to see many of those Year 5 students, ‘bright eyed and bushy tailed’ and in oversized school uniform come through our doors in a year or so!
Then on Friday evening, we celebrated with our outgoing Year 11 at their end of year prom as they go on to the next stage of their lives as young adults after Mountbatten. Every single one of them is a credit to themselves, their family and school.
As a fellow parent, it doesn’t seem that long ago that I walked a white-haired tot to her first day at reception, and now she has her own life, house and career! Time flies!
Click here to see what's on next week:
Monday 11 July
Year 7 Reward Morning 8.40am - 12.05pm
Year 8 Reward Afternoon 12.05pm - 3.10pm
Tuesday 12 July
Year 9 Reward Morning 8.40am - 12.05pm
Year 10 Reward Afternoon 12.05pm - 3.10pm
Wednesday 13 July
Work Enrichment Day 9.00am - 3.00pm
Thursday 14 July
New Intake Parents' Information Evening in the Olympic Hall 5.30pm - 6.30pm
History Department - Year 10 GCSE History Trip to London 7.15am - 8.15pm
Friday 15 July
INSET Days for 2021/22
Wednesday 20 July 2022
Every effort is made to ensure these dates are accurate. There are occasions when circumstances beyond our control may result in changes
Danae P 7SFN
Dylan M 7PWR
Alexandra E 8NWS
Darcie M 8AOR
Ethan C 9CPE
Alexandra I 9JLR
Scarlett L 9KRL/CFT
A huge thank you to all the Student Librarians who have been an invaluable asset to the Library this academic year.
Helpful, polite and committed, they are all fantastic role models and ambassadors for books and reading!
Gemma E 11DDY
Nicole I 10RCS
Alice B 10MAZ
Maxim V 11RMR
Erin P 10MRT
Katy C 10EGY
Sophie O 11JGL
Carys W 10EHK
Megan R 10RCS
Amelia H 11RCN
Maisie C 10MAZ
Peter H 8HCS
Lewis B 9COY/SDN
Alex J 9NKN
Bethan T 9CPE
Kate V 9RLR/SOE
Zunayrah R 7EPK/EGE
Jessica I 8NWS
Ruby N 9NKN
Ben H 10MAZ
Grace F 10MRT
Walk The Test Way Charity Walk
Rotary Club of Romsey Test are running an event in September. Walk The Test Way Charity walk is an event that has raised over £1m for walkers charities. It is their major fundraiser of the year and enables them to continue to carry out charitable work over the year.
As part of drive to be a more sustainable school and to support families in our community, we are setting up a school uniform shop on site.
We are looking for CLEAN and UNDAMAGED uniform and PE kit as well as new, unworn shirts.
If you are a Year 11 leaver with spare uniform or have a child that has had a growth spurt leaving you left with good uniform that’s just too small, we would love to take it off your hands!
If you have anything that can be donated please can it be brought to Reception. We hope to have our uniform shop open in September.
Looking ahead at the forecast we are in for a sunny spell until the end of term! Therefore, from next week until the end of term, blazers and ties will be optional for students.
Please ensure students are sent in with water bottles. Students are taking part in lots of events on the field next week; we recommend students bring sunscreen and hats on those days too.
Click the drop-down menus below to find out more about different careers opportunities coming up for our students.
Year 11 apprenticeship opportunity
Mouland & Yates is looking for school leavers seeking to work in the race car industry. Further details can be found in this flyer.
Barratt Homes are offering apprenticeships in their technical team (design or engineering) and commercial (quantity surveying and buying). Please click here for further information.
With it being 'plastic free July', we thought we'd signpost our school community to some simple solutions to reduce our plastic waste.
We don't need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly." ~ Anne Marie Bonneau
You can find out more about 'plastic free July' here
Hampshire Summer Teen Project
Personal Best Education is excited to announce their Summer Teen Project is now open for bookings. The projects are for young people aged 11 - 15, who are eligible for free school meals. The weeks are completely free with a hot lunch and fun activities provided. Please click here to view the flyer.
Actual Salary Details: Grade B £13,462 - £13,690 Grade C £13,731 - £14,462 (depending on experience)
30.83 hours per week, Monday to Friday 8.25 am to 3.15 pm – 39 weeks per annum
Required for September 2022