Firstly I would like to acknowledge and congratulate Samuel Ghinn of Year 9 who competed in a National U16 Gymnastics Competition last Saturday and won Gold on the Pommel Horse and came 4th overall across all disciplines. Sam has also been selected to take part in the GB Squad that is competing in the Junior International Competition in Portugal this weekend. Well done Sam.
This week the four new Heads of House finalise the House Prefect Structure by appointing their House Captains and Deputy House Captains from the 16 strong Student Leadership Team. Thank you to the students who have applied for the posts of House Captain and good luck.
On Thursday and Friday of this week students from Years 7 and 8 put on the dramatic production Fantastic Mr Fox. The boys and staff have been working really hard over the last few weeks and months rehearsing and preparing themselves for these two performances. There are tickets still available so please do come along.
With a temperature yesterday of 30 degrees, and the rest of the week being predicted to be in the high 20s, it is important that everyone stays as cool as possible. School buildings are not the best for staying cool so we need to ensure we can adapt to the high temperatures easily. During the summer months we always enforce summer uniform regulations, and on very hot days we will also allow students, if they wish, to remove their ties and undo their top buttons. Students should also be sensible themselves and think about what they do and where they go at break and lunch. Staying out of the sun and drinking plenty of water would be a good idea. I hope everyone is managing.