The final fundraising challenge of the year has been set for players travelling to USA in February. All players have been asked to raise £50 over the summer using their own intuition, business acumen and entrepreneurship. Suggestions include, car washes, dog walking, gardening / mowing lawns as well as part time shop work. With many parents working incredibly hard this year, as well as giving up a lot of time, it’s now up to players individually to raise a minimum of £50.
Note – As this is the only individual task being set, money raised from this fundraiser will solely go towards your sons personal account. Meaning the more you raise and the harder you work this summer, the more money will come off your payment schedule.
Enjoy the summer and I shall be collecting the £50 or more in the first week back in September
Morning all, this is the final reminder that the Yr11 Basketball Documentary will be aired tomorrow morning 24th July at 8.30am. Doors to the assembly hall will be locked by 8.45am as to not interrupt the premiere, meaning if you are late you will not see any footage. The documentary will last around an hour with refreshments being provided.
All Year 11 leavers, as well as friends and family are welcome, please just make sure you sign in with Mr Hooper at the assembly hall fire exit.
All players travelling on the USA Basketball Trip in 2019 need to meet Mr Hooper at learning family on Monday 23rd July.
Important summer information will be distributed!
Afternoon all, the sports hall and small gym will both be closed tomorrow morning, 20th July.
Please be aware that the whole PE department will be closed tomorrow morning (Wednesday 18th July). This includes the Small Gym AND the Sports Hall!
Repeat – Do not come in for basketball tomorrow morning before school.
For anyone that has been following the FIBA U16 European Championship you will know that Wales have had an incredible tournament and will play Andorra in the final tonight. Our very own Nathan Symons has been representing Wales and contributed to the amazing run so far. He is the first player since Greg Streete to represent his country at a major tournament and the first ever to reach a major final. Good luck to you and the team this evening, hopefully you can bring home gold!!!
Please be aware that tonight Thursday 28th June all flyers junior sessions have been cancelled due to the hall not being available. Please contact your individual team managers or coaches for further information.