Weekly Parent Bulletin
Friday 6th May 2022
REMINDER: Upcoming Dates and Events
Thursday 12th May - Year 13 Celebration Day
Thursday 12th May - Year 7 Parent Evening
Mon 30th May - Fri 3rd Jun - Half Term Holiday
Mon 6th Jun - Fri 10th Jun - Year 12 into 13 Entry Exams
NEW: Bronze Duke of Edinburgh 21st-22nd May
A reminder to parents and students of Year 9 that the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh practice is happening on the 21st-22nd May and that the ParentPay payment for both the practice and qualifying expeditions are now online. There are route planning meetings on the following days and students will be aware of their group letter. It is essential that all group members attend the planning meetings.
Monday 16th May: Groups A-F
Tuesday 17th May: Groups G-K
If you have any questions about the expedition or the award, please contact Miss George.
NEW: Wellbeing Ambassadors
We are pleased to share that we now have a team of students who will begin working as Wellbeing Ambassadors in the College, supporting students in Years 7-9 through the school day. The aim of their role is to promote wellbeing and self-care and they will be involved in working with other students in a range of activities, including sports, arts/crafts, dance, games and talk sessions, as well as being available in busy areas during break and lunchtimes. These students have completed training around mental health, self-care and wellbeing with Jo Philp, our School Counsellor, and will be identifiable by their purple lanyards.
NEW: Lost Property
If your child has recently lost a coat, item of uniform/PE kit, bag/pencil case/water bottle or other personal items, please encourage them to have a look on the table in Reception, as it may be here!
NEW: Give Tennis A Go!
Please see this flyer to sign up to free Tennis sessions for the LTA's Big Tennis Weekend from 13th - 15th May at the Dragon Centre, Bodmin.
NEW: Hockey Opportunity
Cornwall Hockey Association are holding area development sessions for any young players who are ready to enter the Cornwall Player Pathway. The Development Centre is the first step on the Player Pathway and aims to progress the core skills of young talented hockey players, for them to hopefully attend the County Academy and beyond in the future. The Centre mainly focuses on developing the core skills and progression into game play. For more information on the England Hockey Player Pathway please visit the England Hockey website – www.englandhockey.co.uk
The CHA Schools & Youth committee will deliver sessions in Bodmin, Truro and Pool for U12 and U14 boys and girls. Players should attend their nearest centre.
All goalkeepers will need to attend Truro.
Friday 13th May to Friday 24th June (not including 1/2 term) 6-7.30pm.
For more information, please contact the PE Department.