With more mock exams coming up over the next few months for Year 11, as well as assessments for all year groups, here’s a little something to keep you thinking about revision throughout December.
Each day the image will be updated with a new link – it might be to a revision resource from one of your teachers, a link to a blog about how to study, or a video on marginal gains. Who knows? You’ll just have to keep checking back.
We are inviting all parents/carers to the first Year 11 Parents’ Evening for this academic year. This will be held on Monday 28th November 2016, from 3:45 to 6:15 pm. Please come along and support your son/daughter in the run up to their final exams. You will have the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress and receive advice on how you can best support them at this vital time.
Appointments commence at 3.45 and your child has been given an appointment sheet. It is their responsibility to make appointments. Please check with them over the next few days that they are making appointments. We look forward to seeing you on Monday.
Mr G Fielding
Year 11 Leader
Headteacher Mr Trickett with award winners Maizee-Leigh Cryne, Kyla-Ja Allen, Chloe Yates, Hayley Whalley, Abigail Yates, Charlotte Allonby, Aaminah Ahmed and Damon Smith.
The achievements of Rhyddings’ recent Y11 leavers were celebrated at our annual awards ceremony at the Hope Centre, Oswaldtwistle, last week.
They were presented with their GCSE certificates, as well as some special awards for the highest achievers and most dedicated students.
Graham Jones MP and Matthew Lord from Burnley College present the certificates to Priya Patel, Jodie Bradshaw and Amanda Capstick.
Hyndburn MP Graham Jones was in school last week to present Rhyddings students with the Discovering Democracy Award. This new award is given to schools that encourage pupils to take an interest in the democratic process. We are one of the first 19 schools to be recognised by the British Youth Council for encouraging pupils to have their say in society – both within the school or through social action projects in the local community.
Mr Jones took a tour of the school and discussed his role as MP with some of the students. He was also joined by Matthew Lord from Burnley College who presented our Student Parliament members with a copy of the mission statement they created as part of some workshops last year.