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By James Saunders,St Andrews in Marks Tey also welcomed me in I had. a great me looking around the school and saw some, challenging Maths and problem solving taking place. This week has been the last week of formal schooling Thank you Soaring High and St Andrews I really hope I. for our cohort 11 learners Today they begin their get to meet your children in the future and o er them. study leave as the GCSE examina on season begins a warm welcome at Honywood any me. I feel like I have only just said hello to them and now I. must say goodbye I wish you all a great weekend, Exams are o en associated with pressure with stress James Saunders. My par ng advice to each one of our learners is to not. let the outcome of one exam define them Exams are an Congratula ons. important part of the system they are designed to do. so many things There are however many things they To Liam Chapman 11CFr Louis Clements 11CFr. do not do and it is important to remember that They Josh Colairo 11CHo Anjelina Fox 11CFr Morgan. do not dictate or define dreams hopes aspira ons or Harrod 11SWo Ella King 11SAr Annabelle. happiness I hope that all of our learners go on to fulfil Kitching 11CFr Ben Lown 11AMi Ben McSweeney. their dreams and aspira ons post Honywood I am 11FLo Philippa Miller 11CGa Emily Milner 11LSt. confident that they have been prepared to be able to Callum Pennock 11FJo Amy Pye 11CGa Jack Rice. tackle life s challenges with gusto 11CHo Abbie Steele 11CHo William Whitbread. 11CHo Ben Whitehead 11SAr Jack Whitehead, It was great to get the chance to congratulate a group of 11AMi and William Wright 11SWo for receiving. leanrers on comple ng their Duke of Edinburgh award their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award cer ficates. this week As I stood by to hear Mr Ramsey talk to, them with passion and pride in recogni on of the skills Thanks.
they had developed I pondered on the vision I began. to set out last week I spoke about the importance To Regan Camps 8CRs Shafira Collins 8CRs Charlie. of developing social and cultural capital It was clear Mullenger 8CRs and Charley Reid 8CRs for leading. that through the Duke of Edinburgh programme our tours and suppor ng the internship interviews. learners had developed these things and it was the. result of these quali es that Mr Ramsey was alluding. to when he spoke to the learners about the character. they have developed throughout the programme I, want there to be more things like this available to Parents Time. everyone at Honywood Capital enhancing ac vi es, should not be the preserve of the few my vision for Members of the Leadership Team will. Honywood is that we will create equity through the be available to see parents without. development of cultural and social capital for every appointment. child We will work toward a core en tlement for every Monday 9 00am 9 45am. learner This journey will not happen overnight but we Tuesday 7 15am 8 00am. will achieve it Wednesday 3 00pm 3 45pm,Thursday 5 00pm 6 00pm. I have also managed to con nue to visit our local Friday 7 15am 8 00am. primary schools this week At Soaring High I was,impressed with the flexibility that children have. through choice What struck me was the excellent,outcomes that the children achieved through this.
C7 Visit to St Omer, On Friday 4th May Cohort 7 had the opportunity to travel to St Omer in Northern France. to prac se their speaking skills and to explore the culture that this small town has to o er. The day started at 5am when learners arrived in school it was an early start but everybody. was so excited and desperate to get going We travelled to France from Folkestone The. learners found it very exci ng to watch the coach driver steer the coach onto the train. he managed to successfully drive the vehicle into an excep onally ght space The. journey from England to France took just 30 minutes and once we arrived in Calais we. then travelled 45 minutes further un l we reached St Omer. Once we arrived learners split up into smaller groups to explore the town and the first. thing everybody did was to prac se their French in the bakeries and the ice cream shop. so that they could buy things to eat and drink for lunch I was very proud of everybody. for trying their best to communicate using the target language and doing this definitely. gave everyone a confidence boost The town was great as there were a lot of shops and. we didn t hear any spoken English anywhere at all as it was a typical French town We. ate lunch in the park and learners had a fantas c me running o their energy in the. sun A erwards we went back to the town where learners con nued to complete their. challenge booklets some groups even had the opportunity to sit in a caf and order from. the menu in French of course A er we le St Omer we went to the hypermarket where. learners explored a giant supermarket Most people went straight to the confec onary. We finally arrived back at school at 8 45pm I would like to congratulate Cohort 7 for their. enthusias c and posi ve engagement on the day and thank the accompanying members. of sta who made such a valuable contribu on to the day. Mrs Hoogakker,Comments from youngsters, Saint Omer was really fun busy and educa onal because we were allowed to explore and. learn at the same me My favourite part was when I ordered something at the pa sserie. because a french lady commented on how good my french was Also I enjoyed going. around with my friends,Xanthe Goodman 7JLa, I found Saint Omer really fun and interes ng it was a great experience for us I especially. enjoyed the scenery,Maizie Nixon 7DPe, I found the trip fun exci ng and di erent because some mes you might go to a museum. or something But this trip was way di erent especially as we went to France for a whole. day I learnt quite a lot from it especially di erent phrases I also got more intrigued in. learning the phrases that I booked an mlc I also got to talk to my friends and have fun. with them especially on the bus I really enjoyed this day and loved talking the French I. liked being in my group with some friends and got to talk to new people and made some. new friends I loved this day I was hoping it would never end. Makala Dunne 7MHa,I loved the day especially ordering in the cafe.
Patrick Smith 7AGi, I really enjoyed the day I enjoyed si ng in the park ea ng lunch and I managed to use. Ben Gaskell 7AGi,Duke of Edinburgh Presenta on, Liam Chapman Louis Clements Josh Colairo Anjelina Fox Morgan Harrod Ella King Annabelle Kitching. Ben Lown Ben McSweeney Philippa Miller Emily Milner Callum Pennock Amy Pye Jack Rice Abbie Steele. William Whitbread Ben Whitehead Jack Whitehead William Wright. On Wednesday 9th May 2018 our Cohort 11 Duke of Edinburgh par cipants proudly received their Bronze. Award Cer ficates from Mr Saunders at a lunch me celebra on. To achieve this Award the youngsters took on a challenging programme of ac vi es which included learning. new skills helping others taking on a physical challenge and learning how to be self su cient on Expedi on. Experien al learning, They learnt such things as naviga on first aid camp cra problem solving and how to respond in an emergency. situa on They increased their confidence persisted even when it was really tough it was scorching on the. weekend of the final expedi on improved their communica on skills learned the importance of planning. ahead and they could only have achieved this Award by working together as a team. This was a great group of young people some of whom will have made lifelong friendships through their. shared experiences I know they all felt a great sense of achievement at the end of their expedi on and the. Award is well deserved, Some of the group have chosen to go on to take commence their silver award over the coming months. Remember many organisa ons such as employers colleges and universi es take a good view of the Award and. what it says about the person who has achieved it, But mostly what the Group will remember are the friends fun and adventures that they shared as a team.
Congratula ons we re proud to have been part of your journey. Mr Ramsay and Mrs Palmer,Primary Challenge, Primary Challenges for Year 5 and 6 youngsters from the local area have. begun for the summer term Over 50 learners from a range of primary. schools including St Peter s Earls Colne Kelvedon St Mary s Rivenhall. Silver End S sted Soaring High Great Bradford s St Andrew s and Lyons. Hall have joined us for this term to enjoy extending their learning in either. Art Compu ng Dance English Humani es PE Science or Technology Our. newly appointed Cohort 6 Ambassadors have been busy helping out and. have shared below what they have been up to, Every Wednesday we welcome the Year 5 s and Year 6 s into school and take. them to their chosen a er school club They have many op ons so it takes a. while to get them all in and to the correct loca on Every me they come in. they are so excited to start their ac vi es and are learning new things every. week We as ambassadors pop into the clubs and see what exci ng things. they are up to helping out if any children have ques ons or want help It is. a great way for the younger learners to express their feelings towards their. chosen subject and to experience learning in a secondary school environment. Eva Hannah Lily and Sam Cohort 6 Ambassadors, There are s ll spaces in some of the Primary Challenges Please contact. Emma Reece at ereece honywoodschool com if your child would like to take. part in this opportunity,Mrs Reece Cohort 6 and Primary Transi on Leader. C11 Macbeth, On Thursday 10th May 43 C11s and 4 members of sta met at the Odeon.
cinema to watch the Na onal Theatre produc on of Macbeth. This is worth 20 of the English Literature GCSE so it was a great opportunity. for the learners to see the text performed as a play The produc on was a. dark version of the play which matched the text s themes of ambi on blood. and honour, The learners represented the school brilliantly and enjoyed the performance. I wish them all the very best for their exams coming up soon. Mrs Sparrow,C8 Netball, On Friday th May Cohort 8 undertook the first Netball game of our inter LG challenge this term 8DCa 8KAr. and 8APr all played a game of 8 minutes in order to win and progress through to the semi finals. All teams played fantas cally well considering most learners had very li le experience and showed some. brilliant collabora ve skills, Congratula ons to 8KAr who won and will play the winners of the next two games in the semi finals on the. Learners Report by Gabby Assuman 8PBl, Last Friday 8PBL started a netball match The first forms to play was 8DCA 8KAR and 8APR But 8KAR came. out with a win twice All of the forms played worked collabora vely and supported each other in the matches. The players who stood out where, Jack Newnham Ashtyn Newley Hannah Read and Emily Pya.
But everyone worked really well together,LS3 with 9SPl. A bit of fun in LS3 for 9SPl this week Mrs Khoshkhou sends out a. science update with experiments for the learners to try at home. 9SPl decided to give it a go and grew their own cress this week. nevertoooldtogrowcress, This amateur production of Ernie s Incredible Illucinations is presented by special arrangement with. SAMUEL FRENCH LTD,My Learning Important Dates,13th May French Exchange. Enterprise Solu ons Honywood go to France, MLCs this week are available to C7 14th May GCSE Exams Commence. learners that would like to develop their 18th May French Exchange. understanding of what the key di erences,Return Home.
are between sole traders partnerships and, franchises Sessions will also be available 28th May 1st June Half Term. for C8s that would like help developing 12th June Intake Day 1. their inves ga on into Social Enterprises 14th June Intake Day 2. 14th June Intake Evening 7pm,Business Studies,MLCs this week will be focused on the. Mo va on and Reten on and hierarchical,structures as C9 learners con nue to. work through the Human Resources unit,and start their Case Study 3 inves ga on. Sessions will also be available for C10s,who would like to go over any aspects of.
the course following their two mock exam,Please spend some me reviewing your. most recent learning points in English,What is it you need to do to improve Do. you know how to move forward with your,We have many members of the English. team available for you to book an MLC,appointment with Your 1 1 or small group. MLC session could be focused on improving,an aspect of your wri ng or tackling a.
par cular ques on on the GCSE language,papers It might be that you re finding. poetry tricky or the study of a par cular,text is causing you concern. Whatever it is don t hesitate to book an,Cohorts 7 and 8 there are Modern. Languages MLCs available for French,German and Spanish Your teachers can. support you will all aspects of your learning,including pronuncia on listening skills and.
memory strategies,to our Cohort 8 Duty,Recep onists. Molly Mead,Family Learning Team,email FLT honywoodschool com. Sammer Garvey If your youngster is absent please email. Freddie North a endance honywoodschool com,Freddie Penrose. CC7 Visit to St Omer Page 37 Visit to St Omer Page 3 Page 5Page 5 DD of E of E AAwardswards PPage 4age 4 PPrimary Challengerimary Challenge Page 5Page 5 Issue 628 11th May 2018 www honywoodschool com Tel 01376 561231 This week has been the last week of formal schooling for our cohort 11 learners Today they begin their study leave as the GCSE examina on season begins I feel like I

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