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  • Part-time child employment & the law Part-time child employment & the lawPart-time work for school age childrenIf you are 13 years old or older you can get a part-time job. There are ...
    Posted 2 Apr 2014 02:14 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Forthcoming changes at Alde Valley School 18th March 2014 Dear Parents and Carers, Forthcoming changes at Alde Valley School Our Headteacher, Mr ran Flintoff, has decided, after a long career in teaching, to retire at the ...
    Posted 19 Mar 2014 08:57 by Admin Admin
  • England v Wales Shirt Unveil – The Photos! Dear All,   Thank you for your support in the event at the weekend; hopefully you will all agree that the students and the shirts looked amazing. As promised please find ...
    Posted 17 Mar 2014 05:28 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Our Year 8 Rugby Captain Gets to Reveal Our New Kit Design at England-Wales Game on Sunday 9th March   TWICKENHAM IS ALL WRIGHT FOR ALL SCHOOLS SHIRT REVEAL For immediate release Issued by Nicola Marshall   Laura met students at a Canterbury Kit Design Workshop and designed her own rugby ...
    Posted 7 Mar 2014 04:42 by Robin Oxborrow
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From The Headteacher

  • Examination Season approaches!
    Dear parents,
    The examination season is fast approaching and we need to be making sure that all of our students in Years 11, 12 and 13 get the positive support and advice they need at this stage of their school career. GCSE Art students have just sat their two day examination and the main season of GCSE and post 16 examinations starts on May 9. This means there are really only 3 school weeks to go before the main examination session is due to start! All of young people taking exams should now have a clear personal timetable of examinations and be involved in working out a personal timetable of revision. Teachers are offering daily revision sessions for Year 11 for most subjects and there is an abundance of revision booklets and help materials available to the students to help them revise well and with maximum impact. This includes key websites which students can access at any time like BBC Bitesize and SAM Learning. The students themselves need to make sure they are totally focused on their examination preparation and make every effort to get the help offered by their teachers. We ask parents to make sure all of young people are working steadily on their own outside school time and this is balanced with time for rest, relaxation and fun. If we all work together, we can all be part of a celebration of good results in August which is when all the good work will be seen to have paid off!
    Posted 3 Apr 2014 01:54 by Ian Flintoff
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