We would like to advise parents to, if possible, walk to our Open Evening on Wednesday 26 September from 7 pm. If travel by car is essential, please allow plenty of time as there could be congestion in the area due to the start of the Bridgwater Fair and on-going roadworks on Durleigh Road. Access to Durleigh Road is possible via Woodbury Road and Oakfield Road. There will be limited parking available on the school site, but please be patient and courteous as you arrive so that the area is safe for everyone. There may be parking available in surrounding streets.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Mrs K Canham
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From the 18th June, Year 7 students headed out to the Foxlease Girlguiding Centre near Lyndhurst for the highly anticipated return of Year 7 Camp.
Upon arrival, campers sorted out their tents and then took part in the first round of activities which included numerous exciting tasks and activities such as high ropes, archery, tunneling, mountain biking and outdoor wildfire cooking. Every task and every challenge was met with a beaming smile from each student as their determination and enthusiasm never ceased. For each meal on camp, students heated up their own food using Trangia camping stoves and even did the washing up (another new experience for most!).
THe sun shone brihgtly for the campers’ second day as they visited the national motor museum in Beaulieu. Here they learned about the evolution of vehicles throughout history, with a huge display of vintage and record breaking cars as well as a brilliant ‘Cars On Screen’ exhibit featuring cars from Harry Potter, James Bond and Only Fools and Horses. In addition, students also had rides on a vintage bus and monorail as well as visiting the historical Montagu house to learn about the history and heritage of Beaulieu.
As a camp tradition, Mr Hellyer got the lively youngsters singing and clapping along to numerous catchy tunes as they all sang campfire songs from the top of their lungs. As camp drew to a close, the coaches home were full of smiles and singing from the night before as the kids began to reminisce about the great time they’d all had on camp.
We would like to thank Mrs Clark for brilliantly organising the camp and thank all of the staff, returning students and other helpers that were involved.
We are very proud of all of our Year 7s that came out on camp. Students behaved brilliantly throughout camp and made the most of every opportunity, giving everything their best shot. A brilliant week of camping with many marvellous memories to take back!
Next up: Year 8 camp!