Upper School News
Lunch clubs for this academic year
This week, Beverly and Nicole, from Services for Young People, are visiting Year 11s for their guidance meetings, preparing them for their next steps! They have already been into classes and introduced in assembly and will be starting one-to-one sessions from tomorrow, 13th September 2022!
|Club||PE Club (gym)||Games Club (Dacorum)||Art Club (Bungalow)||Film Club (Alban)|
|Description||Sports activities run and change daily, including: football, dodgeball, badminton and the fitness suite.||Computer games, board games and card games can be played here!||This is a calm, quiet space where learners can choose to draw, colour or relax with a book!||A space to relax and chill out watching netflix and talking and film.|
|Run by||Mr Crosswell, Mr Tindall and Mr Guiney||Mr Caple and Mr Guiney||Mrs Morris and Ms Louise||Mrs Hicks and Ms Dente|
The Horse Box Cafe Updates
This weekend the Horse Box cafe was a huge success at Redbourn Classic Cars! Worked by Jenna Fotheringham who completed her Barista and Health and Hygiene training at the end of Year 10 we are looking forwards to training more young baristas in the coming year. You can find out more information below as these pages will be updated regularly as we attend more and more events.
With the start of the new academic year, we invite all learners to apply for a Prefect role as part of the application process for Head Girl and Head Boy. While both Year 10 and Year 11 students will be welcomed onto the Prefect Team, only Year 11s will be allocated the roles of Head Boy and Girl.
This information is shared with students in assembly and during Form Time; those wishing to apply will be supported through the process with roles and responsibilities allocated celebrating each child's individual strengths and interests.
The Upper School Team