18th May 2018
We would like to remind you that the changed timings during the school day will continue until 15 June. This is to accommodate the large number of GCSE exams that are taking place. Every morning, Year 11 pupils have come in early to take advantage of the pre-exam warmup sessions as well as the free breakfast provided by the school: bananas; cereal bars; and water are all available to help them sit their exams properly fuelled.
The Years 7 and 8 cricket teams were both successful against Brune Park this week – congratulations to all of the boys who took part. There were also sporting successes for pupils who attended an inter-schools athletics competition at the Mountbatten Centre on Wednesday – well done to Nicole Ainsworth in the 1500m, Saffron Moore in the 800m, Elliott Evans in the 80m hurdles, and Phoebe March in the hammer. All of these pupils won their events.
On Tuesday, pupils took part in a Duke of Edinburgh walk to Portchester Castle. This was a preliminary walk, to help them get used to the demands of the longer walks that will follow. Thank you to Mr Townsend and Mr Sanders for arranging this.
The Headteacher’s blog contains more informal reflections and is available here:
Parent Headteacher Clinic
|Friday 21||LAST DAY OF AUTUMN TERM. NON UNIFORM DAY School closes 1230
Outstanding Results in the Junior Maths Challenge
The Junior Maths Challenge results have arrived this week and there are some amazing scores. Our pupils achieved a total of 43 certificates including 7 gold, 15 silver and 21 bronze. Best in Year 8 was Saranne Charlton (83 points) with other golds from Isaac Smith and Hussain Khedepa. Best in Year 7 won’t come as a surprise, if you have read earlier reports this year, (Shayne Wood) with a very high score of 135. However, another Year 7 also performed exceptionally well, achieving a score of 120 points, namely William Begg. Both these boys have qualified for the Maths Olympiad Round which means they ranked in the top 500 in the country! Other golds in Year 7 were achieved by Jason Nash (93 points) and Alistair Warren. Saranne and Jason have both qualified for the Kangaroo round of the competition which takes place next month.
Congratulations to all our certificate winners (listed below) and to the rest for taking part in the competition.
Year 8: Saranne Charlton, Issac Smith and Hussain Khedepa.
Year 7: Shayne Wood, William Begg, Jason Nash and Alistair Warren.
Year 8: Connor Piper, Callum Tomlinson, Tyler Daysh, Kiera Davies, Amelia Ogburn, Madison Morris, Naomi Light, Olivia Salmon, Eva Coward, Oliver Marks, Michael Gibson, Lewis Chorlton and Oscar Deans.
Year 7: Josh Gittins and Charlie Trafford.
Year 8: Elliot Franckeiss, Ben Sykes, Adam Churchill, Jack Webley, Saleha Moledina, Max Moody, Farah Ibrahim, Luke Mason, Archie Bennett, Lucy Brown, Toby Uren, Niamh Howe, Jacob Olie and James Carnell.
Year 7: Patrick Slee, Libby Huntington, Sophie Bulpitt, William Jones, Evelyn Garrett, Catrin Gibbard and Tim Czura.
Year 10 Textiles Challenge
Pupils were given the challenge of creating an interesting three dimensional garment out of different types of paper. They had a very short time frame to complete the garment so speed and team work were critical! There was a lot of determination, focus and laughter. The results were amazing.
Exhibition Success for Mrs Hiron
Congratulations to Mrs Hiron whose Art work has been selected for exhibition in London. She entered a competition, sponsored by Hobbycraft, to submit mixed media work and her work will be on display at the Menier Gallery from the 26th to the 29th of June. As some of you may be aware the Art Department will sadly be losing Mrs Hiron at the end of the Summer so that she can pursue her creative adventures. We are very proud of her and look forward to hearing all about how she gets on in this competition.
Year 7 Boys’ Cricket won by 69 runs against Brune Park
Year 7 Boys’ Cricket away to Bridgemary (approx. return 17.00)
Year 9 Girls’ Rounders away to Henry Cort (approx. return 17:30)
From 15 January MEAL DEALS have the option of flavoured water.
From 12 January baguettes will be reduced to 55p (was 60p), but if butter is required the cost will be increased to 65p.
Free school meals must only use the Dining Hall at lunch time, and have either a MEAL DEAL or MAIN MEAL.
If items are not found on the day they are lost, please keep checking with the Medical Room as they can often take a couple of weeks to reach us.
|Monday 09 July 2018 - Friday 13 July 2018|
|Padded Beige hoodie uk 18-20 Ayacucho
Black Mountain Warehouse Coat size M
White NB trainers size 7.5
Black/white adidas football boots size 11
Black plimsoles size 5
Nike trainers Blue speckled size 5
White/Green Nike football boots size 7
Various keys, glasses, jewellery
PE kit in White bag
White Cedar Wood State Hoodie size S
Grey Hoodie “I’m so freaking cold” size S
Light Grey Next hoodie size 13 years
Green Next Sun cap 7-10 years
Various Water bottles
Grey Hype jumper size 11-12 years
PE Kit in Navy Bag (Bottoms size 20, Top size L)
Black Clarks shoes size 9G
Black Capsule trainers size 8
Black laced plimsoles size 4
1 Black Slazenger plimsole size 3
Fox Head purse with Yellow wrist band
Please check with the Medical Room for this week’s lost property.
A polite reminder to parents/carers – please ensure that all property is clearly named with the pupil’s name and tutor group.
Various keys, watches and pairs of spectacles are kept in the Medical Room when handed into lost property. When named items are handed in to the Medical Room Form Tutors are notified by e-mail or printed slips, which are sent in school registers, to ask pupils to come and collect the items.
School Trips Update
You may pay online for the majority of trips at https://www.scopay.com/camshill-hants
Payment of £18.50 now overdue
Year 10 History GCSE Trip to Berlin – July 2018
PAYMENTS NOW OVERDUE – Final instalment was due Monday 30 April 2018
Any remaining payments must be paid ASAP
|History Trip to Berlin 2018||Payment By||Amount||Total|
|First non-refundable deposit||Monday 27 November 2017||£150.00||£150.00|
|Second non-refundable deposit||Friday 15 December 2017||£100.00||£250.00|
|First instalment||Wednesday 31 January 2018||£50.00||£300.00|
|Second instalment||Wednesday 28 February 2018||£100.00||£400.00|
|Third instalment||Thursday 29 March 2018||£100.00||£500.00|
|Fourth and final instalment||Monday 30 April 2018||£100.00||£600.00|
Water Sports Trip to the Ardeche – July/August 2018
PAYMENTS ARE NOW OVERDUE – Final instalment was due Monday 30 April 2018
Any remaining payments must be paid ASAP
|Ardeche 2018||Payment by||Amount||Total|
|First non-refundable deposit||24 May 2017||£100.00||£100.00|
|Second non-refundable deposit||30 June 2017||£100.00||£200.00|
|First instalment||21 July 2017||£60.00||£260.00|
|Second instalment||29 September 2017||£60.00||£320.00|
|Third instalment||31 October 2017||£60.00||£380.00|
|Fourth instalment||30 November 2017||£60.00||£440.00|
|Fifth instalment||31 January 2018||£55.00||£495.00|
|Sixth instalment||28 February 2018||£55.00||£550.00|
|Seventh instalment||29 March 2018||£55.00||£605.00|
|Eighth and final instalment||30 April 2018||£55.00||£660.00|
Ski Trip 2019 (Years 7-9) – April 2019
Fourth instalment of £75.00 due by Friday 25 May 2018
|Ski Trip 2019||Payment by||Amount||Total|
|First non-refundable deposit||20 October 2017||£100.00||£100.00|
|Second non-refundable deposit||24 November 2017||£100.00||£200.00|
|First instalment||28 February 2018||£95.00||£295.00|
|Second instalment||29 March 2018||£75.00||£370.00|
|Third instalment||30 April 2018||£75.00||£445.00|
|Fourth instalment||25 May 2018||£75.00||£520.00|
|Fifth instalment||29 June 2018||£75.00||£595.00|
|Sixth instalment||28 September 2018||£75.00||£670.00|
|Seventh instalment||31 October 2018||£75.00||£745.00|
|Eighth instalment||30 November 2018||£75.00||£820.00|
|Ninth and final instalment||14 December 2018||£65.00||£885.00|
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