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5th April 2019

posted 5 Apr 2019, 03:42 by Nat Admin   [ updated 5 Apr 2019, 03:48 ]
We have reached the end of term and ended with a mufti day to raise money for our charity, Aspire Ryde. We will let you know how much we raised as soon as possible.

We have lots of revision and coursework sessions taking place over Easter for Year 11 and 6th Form and you can find the timetable on our website. 6th Form timetables have been given to students.

Parents can now check for themselves if their child is eligible for free school meals (FSM). The government gives schools additional funding for those students who are entitled to free school meals. We can then use this to obtain additional staff and resources that help improve the quality of education. If you want to check your eligibility you can do so on https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/ There is also a link on the front of our website that will take you to the eligibility checker.

We have two more family learning exam preparation events coming up; on Tuesday 23rd April for Computer Science and on Thursday 2nd May for Maths. These take place between 4.45pm-6.15pm. Please book via ParentPay or contact Tanya Baxter tbaxter@rydeacademy.org or 01983 567 331.

In our first week back we will be holding our termly Parent and Community Action Group meeting. You can read a summary of our last meeting in this Newsletter.

Our next INSET day is on Friday 14th June. This means that students, unless they are sitting an exam, will not be in school.

Congratulations to this weeks Most Remarkable Student, Molly MacKinnon (6th Form). Molly recently helped staff when another student became ill. Molly is an extremely caring person and a good friend to her peers. This act of kindness is nothing less than we would expect of her.

 



In our first week back we will be holding our termly Parent and Community Action Group meeting. You can read a summary of our last meeting in this Newsletter.
Our next INSET day is on Friday 14th June. This means that students, unless they are sitting an exam, will not be in school.

Congratulations to this weeks Most Remarkable Student, Molly MacKinnon (6th Form). Molly recently helped staff when another student became ill. Molly is an extremely caring person and a good friend to her peers. This act of kindness is nothing less than we would expect of her.

 

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