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Message from the Headteacher
It has been an emotional week with it almost being the last of the public exams. There is one more GCSE History exam on Monday and a couple of A level exams but after that they are all finished. I mentioned in previous newsletters just how proud of the year 11s and 13s we are, especially after all we have been through. Their behaviour and application has been exemplary and so, on Thursday we held our celebratory year 11 BBQ together with their final assembly. Sadly, I couldn’t be there, but by all accounts, it was a very joyous celebration. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the year 11s and 13s for all of their contributions over the years and to thank you as their parents and carers for your ongoing support. I know many year 11s will be returning to us in year 12 but I know there will be many moving on to pastures new and I wish all of them the very best for the future. Likewise, to our year 13s who have been a huge part of our wonderful 6th form and I hope that wherever your paths may take you, you will look back fondly on your time here. Remember: once a Campionite, always a Campionite!
We have a very busy couple of weeks leading up to the end of term. We are very much looking forward to seeing all year 8 parents on Tuesday for the parents’ evening and I know further information will be included. You will receive your child’s end of year examination results on the night from your child’s teachers. For years 7, 9 and 10 you will receive their results in the post over the next few weeks once all their exams have been completed, the papers have been marked and the assessment data collected.
We are also looking forward to the summer concert on Thursday with it starting at 4.30pm in the main hall and finishing at 6.00pm. I know many of the children have been practising hard and I’m looking forward to seeing all the performances.
Next Wednesday is the feast of Saints Peter and Paul and we will be celebrating Mass together as a school. I will leave you with this prayer dedicated to both Apostles.
O God, whose right hand raised up blessed Peter, when he walked upon the water and began to sink, and thrice delivered his fellow-Apostle Paul from the depths of the sea, when he suffered shipwreck: graciously hear us and grant, by the merits of them both, that we also may attain unto everlasting glory: Who livest and reignest world without end. Amen
Mr A. Grant