Head’s Blog 27.11.2020

One highlight in a busy week was meeting with some Year 9 boys who took me through a presentation they had prepared for Astronomy Club on the Doppler effect, how it changes the light from distant stars and how Star Trek didn’t pay attention to the physics and Star Wars did in their special effects.  It was an engaging presentation and one that they tell me will be followed up by others.  It is always impressive when the boys choose to go beyond that which is expected of them and I congratulate them. 

The focus of this afternoon’s assembly is charity and it has been put together by Mr Underwood.  In our annual tradition, we donate shoeboxes of goods to our chosen charity, West London Mission, to support the homeless during the Christmas period. We kindly ask pupils to donate items in a shoebox so that these can be delivered to those individuals who are supported by the charity. Given the current circumstances, these items are in greater need and we would like to be in a position to help. Any boxed goods can be brought in to your form tutor until the end of term. The Christmas jumper sale is also back; hopefully they will have my size!  Also, the PTA will also be raffling hampers at the end of term to raise money for the School’s bursary fund.  

Have a lovely weekend

Best wishes, Seth


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