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HEADLETTER BANNERTOP

HEADTEACHERS LETTERS

27th May 2022

Dear Parent/Carer

As we reach the end of the second week of the public examinations, we would like to acknowledge the fantastic way Year 11 pupils have approached and prepared for their GCSE and Vocational examinations. With this continued conscientious and determined effort, they should all reap the rewards in August. Over the past two weeks, in between the formal examinations, the Year 11 timetable has been changed to support your child through their revision with bespoke sessions and resources.

From Monday, 6th June 2022, your child, if they so wish can carry out independent elective home study in preparation for the remainder of their examinations. Many parents, however, will know that their child will work and study far more effectively if they continue to attend school and follow a timetable of lessons and revision sessions. For many pupils, this remains the best way to maintain the terrific start they have made to this year’s examination sessions to achieve the strongest results in the Summer. If you are in that position, then we strongly advise that your child continues to attend school on a full time basis, where we can ensure that they are able to attend quality lessons or given a suitable study room to work in.

For all pupils, we shall continue to issue a bespoke timetable each week showing where: exams, normal lessons, silent study sessions (put in place where courses have finished), special revision events or warm-up sessions are running. This will enable Year 11 pupils to plan their week effectively. All pupils are welcome to attend lessons and events that they believe will help them to prepare for an upcoming examination. When in school, pupils must ensure that they are registered or have signed in at the Main Reception and that they are wearing full school uniform. If your child choses to attend for the morning sessions, they should attend registration where their form tutor will be on hand to support them.

 

Procedures for pupils on elective study leave starting Monday 6 June 2022:

• Your child should enter the examination hall via the Spirit of Sport main front door. Your child should not enter the main school building.

• Your child must arrive for morning examinations at 8:45am and for afternoon examinations at 12:45pm.

• Your child must attend the examinations in their full uniform.

• Your child should leave their bag at home as there is no facility in the SOS for storing bags as all rooms are used for examinations. If your child brings a bag, they will be asked to leave it outside at their own risk.

• If your child brings a mobile phone, ipod, airpods, MP3 players, iwatches or any wrist watch, you MUST hand them in to the member of staff who will be located at the front door of the SOS. These will be then locked away for safety until after the end of the examination.

• Pupils will then leave the SOS via the main front door as quickly and quietly as possible being mindful that some pupils may still be in exams after the main examination hall has been emptied.

• If your child has an examination in the morning and then an examination in the afternoon, they should return home in between the both examination times. They must not go back into the main building for safeguarding reasons.

 

On Monday, 20th June 2022, we will have a celebration assembly for Year 11 as we celebrate their time at Blessed Trinity and for us to wish them well on their future journey. This assembly will take place at 11:30am and finish at 12:30pm. We will send you more details of the arrangements closer to the date of the assembly.

May I take this opportunity to thank you in advance for your co-operation.

Yours sincerely

Dr Jane Tuohy
Deputy Headteacher

 

 

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