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Our Governors

As I am sure is the case for most of you, we all have to answer to someone in our working lives. Some people may not have “bosses” as such but they will normally have business partners or family members…

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A time for everything

On Monday I joined the rest of my large family to say “goodbye” to my Dad. He died in his sleep on Christmas Eve and on Monday we all gathered in Brighton to remember him and lay him to rest…

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Happy Christmas

It seems hard to believe that the Autumn term has come to an end. All school terms fly by but this one has seemed particularly rapid! We are a very busy and hard-working school which offers pupils a fantastic range…

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We will remember them

We will remember them… Today in school we held a very special Remembrance Service to honour all those who have given their lives in armed conflict, with a particular focus on the end of The Great War, 1914-18, the ending…

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It is well with my soul

When peace like a river, attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll; Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to know It is well, it is well, with my soul. One of my favourite hymns of all time…

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The Importance of Reading

How important is reading to you? If you stop and think for a moment, it rapidly becomes clear how difficult our daily lives would be if we could not read. Checking emails, reading the paper, reading the post, reading road…

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Here comes summer

I am writing this newsletter sitting in the departure lounge at the port in Plymouth, waiting to embark on the ferry to Spain. I am helping to support the Gold Duke of Edinburgh award pupils who are heading into the…

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