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RoundUp 148 : Friday 23rd October 2020

The latest edition of RoundUp has just been published on our website.  Please click here to read our latest news and information.

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RoundUp 147 : Friday 9th October 2020

The latest edition of RoundUp has just been published on our website.  Please click here to read our latest news and information.

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RoundUp 146 : Thursday 24th September 2020

The latest edition of RoundUp has just been published on our website. Please click here to read our latest news and information.

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Partial Re-Opening Training Video

Please see a video message from Mr Henshall here – https://vimeo.com/428118563

Please click the link below to watch our Training Video ready for the partial re-opening of school next week – https://vimeo.com/428029988

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Transition Day

Transition Day for students moving from Year 6 into Year 7 secondary school was originally set for Thursday 9th July. This is a Hertfordshire wide ‘moving up’ day. Secondary schools fully appreciate the value of this time to acquaint new students with their new school, meet form teachers, see their form rooms etc. However, under the current circumstances it looks like these plans may need adjusting. We have asked Hertfordshire for their guidance as to when and how such a transition day/days might occur alongside our current provision for Year 10 and 12 students, vulnerable and key worker children; we await their response.

It is our firm intention to ensure that transition from junior to secondary school is as smooth and stress free as possible. There are numerous ways to achieve this if a physical transition is not possible and arrangements will be put in place once we have greater clarity. We anticipate that the situation will become clearer before the end of June and we intend to communicate directly with parents/carers of our new joiners at that point.

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Lockdown Literature

During lockdown, we have been so impressed with the creative writing produced by our students. Here is a collection of some that we really want to share with the wider school community. We think you’ll very much enjoy reading these excellent pieces!
Lou Martin
Literacy and Scholars Coordinator
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100K in May Certificate

Thank you to everyone who has got involved with the 100k in May challenge, it has been great to hear of so many families getting involved. For some this challenge has tested individual’s determination and perseverance and for others it has been helping with physical and mental health, whilst raising money for charity.

For those of you that have persevered with the challenge I hope you are closing in on the 100Km target. Congratulations to those who have completed the 100K in May with time to spare. But don’t stop there… why not see how far you can go in the month of May.

I think it is important that your achievements are recognised and especially the achievements of our younger family members. As we near the end of the challenge, please feel free to download and print the 100k in May Certificate which you can then present to your families and have your own achievement celebration.

If you would like to make a donation please visit our justgiving page:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rps100kinmay

Thank you again for all your support

Stay safe

Mr Rowlands

Head of Frank House

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