We had a wonderful week reading with pupils across all year groups and, together, we have raised a staggering £2,195. Quite unbelievable. We think we might be the best fundraising school in Liverpool, however, we are waiting on an official summary. As to whether we are top, middle or bottom, we are really proud of what our pupils, parents and carers have helped us achieve. We are a very lucky school. Read more here: we rocked Readathon
A roller-coaster of a week regarding our attendance this week. Despite only having four days, some year groups seems to have succumbed to having time off. Of course, we understand that there are bugs, colds and illnesses floating about but we would also not be doing our job if we weren’t challenging those pupils who have attendance lower than 94%. We are bound by a duty of care to have actions for those who are persistently absent, below 90%.
It has generally been a positive and productive week with the majority of pupils taking full advantage of what is meant to be an interim marker of progress leading up to the final exams in the summer term. It has been very pleasing to see the number of Year 11 children revising before school, during break, lunch time and staying behind after school as well.