Congratulations to our senior boys basketball and our girls football teams, for their stirling performances and achievements at the weekend’s NISSA Finals. It was great to see our athletes thriving with such enthusiastic support from their peers and parents. Thank you to our coaches for their substantial work with our teams throughout the season.
What a fabulous production! I am, of course, referring to the Secondary School’s ‘High School Musical’. If you want to be entertained with singing, dancing, acting and humour, then make sure you catch the second and final performance this afternoon. You will be humming, tapping your feet and leaving the performance with a huge smile on your face; thank you to all of the students that have worked so hard and entertained us so well – bravo! Thank you to all our staff that have worked tirelessly with our students for 7 months, especially Ms. Berque and Ms. Cockle whose passion and enthusiasm is something to behold.
It was wonderful to see so many primary parents in school this week, having rich and positive discussions with their children and teachers this week, celebrating successes and identifying areas where further progress can be made.
Thank you to Mr. Morgan, Mr. Sigdel and Mr, Paul for their informative session on how we use ICT to enhance learning at TBS. We are currently discussing how we move forward with our provision in this area, including the possibility of implementing a BYOD (bring your own device) Policy.
Next week we look forward to Science Week in Secondary School, which includes our Year 6 and Key Stage 3 working together on projects, culminating in a Science Fair on Friday. Next Thursday, our Early Years children will be showcasing their sporting skills during their Sports Day at school
Unfortunately, Primary Sports Day has been cancelled this weekend; we certainly hope we rearrange this event for later in the year. We continue to ensure our site is safe, clean and secure, with everyone entering the site taking personal responsibility in following the advice for taking the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As we all watch developments closely, both here and in other countries, we are focused on ensuring we continue to provide rich and challenging learning experiences at school, whilst planning how we can continue to do this if our situation changes in the coming days and weeks.