The Newsletter for Term 4 can now be found on our website.
Despite the disruption due to the severe weather, the school remained very busy this term with services of reconciliation, Lenten campaigns, visiting students from Hang Zhou China, tag rugby festival, Safer Internet Day, class Masses at St John’s, A Level Economics trip, World Cinema Club, Drama and Dance performances, World Book Day activities, National School Badminton S W Regional Championships in Bournemouth, Young Musician of the Year auditions and Grand Final, Mid Somerset Festival, Women in Engineering event, Young Voice of Trowbridge competition, Duke of Edinburgh events, Samaritans mental health talk to Year 12, Year 10 cancer awareness talk, CyberFest in Manchester, Spanish trip to Malaga, CAFOD Young Leaders’ charity staff dodge-ball match, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde Trip, STEM and DT Big Bang Fair, Performing Arts exam, Battlefields trip, Primary Schools High 5 Netball Festival, Sixth Form The Orchard Tree theatre trip, sixth form CAFOD training, GLOW Youth Group, Year 12 Careers Fair at Birmingham NEC, West Wilts Netball tournament, WSSG Spring Games, Year 11 taster days at Bath University, House assemblies, and our normal offering of sports clubs, fixtures and tournaments. I am, as ever, grateful to all staff and volunteers for enabling the students to access such a breadth of opportunity.
The students have done a great job raising money during Lent to support the CAFOD campaign and have engaged beautifully in all our Lenten activities.
Please keep those students who are sitting public examinations this summer in your prayers. I wish you all a very happy Easter.