Dealing with impacts of COVID-19 on society has led to improved isolation, anxiety, depression and anxiety for most young adults. In reality, an overwhelming majority of school students (85 percent ) are experiencing increased anxiety and/or stress during those tough times.
Following a glowing report in June of this year by Ofsted Inspectors judging Rhyn Park School to be a ‘good’ school with a strong family ethos, the Head Teacher is pleased to be able to announce that GCSE results are up from last year.
St Martins School hosted its’ first ‘all through’ school event on Thursday 15 November. Staff, students , parents and governors took part in a torch lit procession from the primary department through to the secondary department.
Deciding which courses to study in year’s 10 and 11 can be a difficult and stressful process. Year 9 have already done some preparatory work on careers as part of their tutorial programme but now the options process begins. I thought it would be helpful to provide a timeline for the options process this year and I will be having […]
Thank you to all the parents, students ,staff and governors who attended the uniform forum meeting on Wednesday 30 October. Ms Lovecy explained that following the Winter Fayre event, Review Day at the secondary school and Student Council meetings the favoured colour combination was purple (mix of ‘Ifton Heath’ blue and ‘Rhyn Park’ red) and black.
Unfortunately GCSE Science revision is cancelled tomorrow due to unforeseen works on the school premises. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
School will be hosting the final parents evening of the year on Thursday 6 October. Students will need to make appointments with members of staff and record these in their planners. Can we ask that parents check planners regularly to see that appointments are being made.
School re-opens on Wednesday 5 October. Students are reminded that they should arrive in school promptly in time for the first bell at 8.35am wearing the correct full uniform and with their school equipment.
The Governors of Rhyn Park School and Ifton Heath School are delighted to announce that the leadership of St Martins School from the 1st September 2020 will be as follows:-