Year 11 Students – it has been a long time since we last saw you in March, and now here we are, mere weeks away from Summer 2020 Results Day (Thursday 20th August)
As you are aware, changes are being made daily, with information being highlighted to us on both TV and Social Media across the UK. In fact, since we sent out our Results Day letter to you all via post and email last Friday, we now have further information to share with you.
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has addressed all 2020 school leavers across England. A video recording of his address is below:
Following on from your Results Day Letter, we have received some wonderful news! Representatives from both Holy Cross College and Bury College will be in attendance on Results Day to answer any questions/queries you may have. It may be that you just need some reassurance, and along with college representatives, staff will also be here for you to speak to.
With all that has gone on over the last few months, this is why it is so important that you attend in person on Results Day, if you can, as it isn’t “only” about collecting your results, it is also about being able to see and speak to fellow pupils, staff etc. (adhering to social distancing procedures) and being able to “share” and celebrate this experience with others.
I would just like to end this note by wishing you all a lovely summer and we look forward to seeing you on Thursday 20th August 2020.
The Whitehead Gardens in Tottington were donated by the Whitehead family of Stormer Hill as a memorial to all those who died as a result of the V1 attack on Christmas Eve 1944.
They are now in a position to move to the next phase of the project and bid for further funding to launch the major refurbishment and development project, to include work on the trees, paths, bandstand and the memorial itself.
Here, at Tottington High School, we very much support this project and would very much welcome your contributions and ideas with regards to the restoration and development of this project. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
From September, we are looking to make some changes to our current Prefect system. We will continue to have a team of Year 11 Senior Prefects, but in addition to this we would like to appoint teams of Prefects in Years 8, 9 and 10.
The letter below explains more information. This is followed by a job description which tells you about roles and responsibilities of being a prefect, and then there’s a person specification which tells you what personal attributes would make a good prefect. If you like what you read, and if you think you’re the right sort of person for the role, then please apply by email to Mrs McCool at email@example.com by no later than 3pm on Monday 13th July. Successful applicants will be contacted by Friday 17th July, and training and specifics of the job will be discussed in September.