Weekly Message 121 – 1 October 2021
4th October 2021
Credit Averages for This Week
Year 7: 8.19
Year 8: 8.69
Year 9: 5.72
Year 10: 6.40
Year 11: 4.08
Wow! We experienced the most phenomenal Open Evening on Thursday with so many visitors coming into school to meet our wonderful pupils and dedicated staff and to experience the range of activities offered.
Our heartfelt thanks to everyone involved and especially to the pupils; parents/carers could not praise them enough for their enthusiasm, knowledge and helpfulness which made the event a very special evening for all.
If you were not able to join us at the Open Evening, please visit our online Prospectus and Virtual Open Evening on our website. If you wish to book a tour of the school during the school day, please phone the school on 01329 231641.
Reporting a Pupil Absence
A reminder to parents/carers that all pupil absences should be reported to school on the first day of absence, giving brief details of the reason(s) your child cannot attend school.
A child not attending school is considered a safeguarding matter. This is why information about the cause of any absence is always required. We thank you for your support with this matter.
Pupil Absence Line: 01329 800901 or an email should be sent to email@example.com, or parents/carers can call into school and report to Reception.
PE Fixtures – results this week
Year 11 football: Portchester 3 – Cams Hill 0
Year 11 football: Cams Hill 6 – Salesians College 2 in the Hampshire cup
Year 9 football: Portchester 7- Cams Hill 2
Year 9 football: Cams Hill 4 – Testbourne 2 in the Hampshire Cup (first round).
Year 8 football: Cams Hill 5- Bay House 4
Art and Technology Exhibition – Wednesday 6 October 2021
We do hope you can join us next week for the Private View of the Class of 2021 Art Exhibition. It is a lovely opportunity to see the work that pupils have achieved throughout their 2-year GCSE course and catch up with the pupils themselves. The work will be showcased in the Exhibition Hall in the Humanities block and refreshments served from 1730 to 1900.