Mr Bolderow’s End of Term Blog

The rise of the sequel in cinemas has replaced endings with cliffhangers or teasers and a good ending is important – endings give meaning to the story we have been enjoying and prompt reflection on what we have just seen.  Our traditional end of year prize giving is also intended to do that, it is an afternoon on the end of term when at the end of a busy year, we can look back on all that has gone before, recognise the achievements and progress the community has made.

I hope that today’s video which the boys will have watched in tutor time will prompt that same reflection and give them a chance to look back with their tutor and friends on their year and all that they have achieved both before and during lockdown.  Good progress has been made by your sons and that I have been receiving shout outs right up until yesterday is a testament to their hard work and that of the staff.  I know that there have been opportunities missed but they have made the most of a very difficult situation.  If they can take that resilience and independence forward into their studies next year they will do well.

And so, as the country begins to re-open, I hope that you are all able to have some time away, to recharge and I look forward to seeing you all in September.

Have a wonderful summer.

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